Development of a novel proxy calibration dataset to enhance the study of past wildfire regimes

    Project Details


    Internally funded Research Project (£18,883)

    Layperson's description

    It is increasingly understood via modern charring experiments that charcoal can record information which can be used to answer the questions about fire regimes. However a number of gaps in our knowledge currently preclude our ability to apply these techniques robustly to the fossil record, this project generated pilot data to allow us to produce a robust calibration datasets and production of new methods to better understanding palaeofire.
    Effective start/end date1/08/171/08/18


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