Bent Odgaard
Bent Odgaard
Professor of palynology, University of Aarhus
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The Holocene vegetation history of northern west Jutland, Denmark
BV Odgaard
Nordic Journal of Botany 14 (5), 546-546, 1994
Holocene land-cover reconstructions for studies on land cover-climate feedbacks
MJ Gaillard, S Sugita, F Mazier, AK Trondman, A Broström, T Hickler, ...
Climate of the Past 6 (4), 483-499, 2010
Chironomid stratigraphy in the shallow and eutrophic Lake Søbygaard, Denmark: chironomid–macrophyte co‐occurrence
KP Brodersen, BV Odgaard, O Vestergaard, NJ Anderson
Freshwater Biology 46 (2), 253-267, 2001
Fossil pollen as a record of past biodiversity
BV Odgaard
Journal of Biogeography 26 (1), 7-17, 1999
Pollen‐based quantitative reconstructions of Holocene regional vegetation cover (plant‐functional types and land‐cover types) in Europe suitable for climate modelling
AK Trondman, MJ Gaillard, F Mazier, S Sugita, R Fyfe, AB Nielsen, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 676-697, 2015
Pollen-landscape relationships in modern analogues of ancient cultural landscapes in southern Sweden—a first step towards quantification of vegetation openness in the past
A Broström, MJ Gaillard, M Ihse, B Odgaard
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 7 (4), 189-201, 1998
Controls of algal abundance and community composition during ecosystem state change
S McGowan, PR Leavitt, RI Hall, NJ Anderson, E Jeppesen, BV Odgaard
Ecology 86 (8), 2200-2211, 2005
Quantitative reconstructions of changes in regional openness in north-central Europe reveal new insights into old questions
AB Nielsen, T Giesecke, M Theuerkauf, I Feeser, KE Behre, HJ Beug, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 47, 131-149, 2012
The European modern pollen database (EMPD) project
BAS Davis, M Zanon, P Collins, A Mauri, J Bakker, D Barboni, ...
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 22 (6), 521-530, 2013
Origin and temporal development of macro‐scale vegetation patterns in the cultural landscape of Denmark
BV Odgaard, P Rasmussen
Journal of Ecology 88 (5), 733-748, 2000
Holocene changes in vegetation composition in northern Europe: why quantitative pollen-based vegetation reconstructions matter
L Marquer, MJ Gaillard, S Sugita, AK Trondman, F Mazier, AB Nielsen, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 90, 199-216, 2014
Subfossil Cladocera in relation to contemporary environmental variables in 54 Pan‐European lakes
R Bjerring, E Becares, S Declerck, EM Gross, LA HANSSON, T Kairesalo, ...
Freshwater Biology 54 (11), 2401-2417, 2009
Pollen deposition in mosses and in a modified ‘Tauber trap’from Hailuoto, Finland: what exactly do the mosses record?
S Räsänen, S Hicks, BV Odgaard
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 129 (1-2), 103-116, 2004
Mid-to late-Holocene land-use change and lake development at Dallund S0, Denmark: synthesis of multiproxy data, linking land and lake
EG Bradshaw, P Rasmussen, BV Odgaard
The Holocene 15 (8), 1152-1162, 2005
Quantitative landscape dynamics in Denmark through the last three millennia based on the Landscape Reconstruction Algorithm approach
AB Nielsen, BV Odgaard
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 19 (4), 375-387, 2010
Lateglacial vegetation development in Denmark–New evidence based on macrofossils and pollen from Slotseng, a small-scale site in southern Jutland
MF Mortensen, HH Birks, C Christensen, J Holm, N Noe-Nygaard, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 30 (19-20), 2534-2550, 2011
Recent palaeolimnology of three shallow Danish lakes
NJ Anderson, BV Odgaard
Hydrobiologia 275 (1), 411-422, 1994
The response of the southern Greenland ice sheet to the Holocene thermal maximum
NK Larsen, KH Kjær, B Lecavalier, AA Bjørk, S Colding, P Huybrechts, ...
Geology 43 (4), 291-294, 2015
The fire history of Danish heathland areas as reflected by pollen and charred particles in lake sediments
BV Odgaard
The Holocene 2 (3), 218-226, 1992
Environment and man: current studies in vegetational history at the geological survey of Denmark
ST Andersen, B Aaby, BV Odgaard
Journal of Danish Archaeology 2 (1), 184-196, 1983
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