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Willis KJ, Rudner ZE and Sümegi P (2000) Full-glacial forests of Central and South Eastern Europe. Quaternary Research 53: 203–213.

Willis KJ, Rudner ZE and Sümegi P 2001 Full Glacial Tree Refugia in Europe. Response to Letter to the Editor – C. Carcaillet and J.-L. Vernet. Quaternary Research 55: 388–389.

Rudner ZE and Sümegi P (2001) Recurring taiga forest-steppe habitats in the Carpathian Basin. Quaternary International 76-77: 177–189.

Sümegi P and Rudner ZE (2001) In situ charcoal fragments as remains of natural wild fires of Upper Würm in the Carpathian Basin. Quaternary International 76-77: 165–176.

Rudner ZE, Sümegi P (2002) Charcoal as a remain of natural and human-set fires of Palaeolithic times – case study from Hungary. In: Gheorghiu D (ed.) Fire in Archaeology. Papers from a session held at the European Association of Archaeologists Sixth Annual Meeting in Lisbon 2000, BAR International Series, 1089: 11–18.

Rudner ZE (2004) Wood anatomy, The results of wood anatomy, charcoal and fruit and seed analyses. In Sümegi P, Gulyás S eds., The geohistory of Bátorliget marshland. Archaeolingua, Budapest, 60–62: 173–183.

Magyari E, Rudner ZE, Sümegi (1999) Palynological and plant macrofossil data on late Quaternary short term climatic oscillations in North-East Hungary, Acta Palaeobotanica 2:491-502.

Sümegi P, Kertész R, Rudner ZE (2003) Magyarország rövid környezettörténete. A magyar régészet az ezredfordulón, Visy Zs. Szerk. (Geoarchaeology in Hungary, Hungarian Archaeology, 2000), 15–20.

Lyra C, Sinkko H, Rantanen M, Paulin L, Kotilainen A (2013). Sediment Bacterial Communities Reflect the History of a Sea Basin. PLoS ONE 8(1): e54326.