Data for: Towards a Holarctic synthesis of peatland testate amoeba ecology: development of a new continental-scale palaeohydrological transfer function for North America and comparison to European data

Published: 3 Nov 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/bdbsgn32n6.1

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Testate amoeba community data for 1956 modern surface samples throughout Canada and the USA, alongside environmental data (water table depth, pH) and location (lat/long). Full details given in 'Read me' tab.

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This data is associated with the following publication:

Towards a Holarctic synthesis of peatland testate amoeba ecology: Development of a new continental-scale palaeohydrological transfer function for North America and comparison to European data

Published in: Quaternary Science Reviews

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  • Version 1

    2018-11-03

    Published: 2018-11-03

    DOI: 10.17632/bdbsgn32n6.1

    Cite this dataset

    Amesbury, Matthew; Booth, Robert; Lamarre, Alexandre; Pelletier, Nicolas; Markel, Erin; Magnan, Gabriel; van Bellen, Simon; Roland, Thomas; Bunbury, Joan; Mitchell, Edward; Payne, Richard; Roe, Helen; Clifford, Michael; Charman, Dan; Talbot, Julie; Warner, Barry; Mackay, Helen; Finkelstein, Sarah; Swindles, Graeme; Sullivan, Maura; Elliot, Suzanne; Loisel, Julie; MICHELLE, GARNEAU; Hughes, Paul (2018), “Data for: Towards a Holarctic synthesis of peatland testate amoeba ecology: development of a new continental-scale palaeohydrological transfer function for North America and comparison to European data”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/bdbsgn32n6.1

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