1 edition of Holocene climate variability found in the catalog.
Holocene climate variability
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by E. Jansen, P. DeMenocal, F. Grousset.|
|Contributions||Jansen, E., DeMenocal, P., Grousset, F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
Buy Natural Climate Variability and Global Warming: A Holocene Perspective by Rick Battarbee, Rick Battarbee, Heather Binney (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Frank Oldfield Introduction: the Holocene, a special time Raymond S. Bradley Climate forcing during the Holocene Paul J. Valdes An introduction to climate modelling of the Holocene Stepehen Shennan Holocene climate and human populations: an archaeological approach H.E. Wright Jr & Joanna Thorpe Climatic change and the origin of agriculture in the Near East Jon R. Pilcher Radiocarbon dating and.
Climate variability includes all the variations in the climate that last longer than individual weather events, whereas the term climate change only refers to those variations that persist for a longer period of time, typically decades or more. In the time since the industrial revolution the climate has increasingly been affected by human activities that are causing global warming and climate. We examined late Holocene (ca. yr BP to present-day) climate variability in the central Northwest Territories (Canadian Subarctic) using a diatom and sedimentological record from Danny’s Lake (ºN, ºW), located 40 km southwest of the modern-day treeline. High-resolution sampling paired with a robust age model (25 radiocarbon dates) allowed for the examination of both .
Pacific archaeologists, geographers, and other social scientists have long used a model of Late Holocene climate change based largely on other regions of the world. In highlatitude regions, two major climate periods have been recognized: the Medieval Warm Period, dated to ca. AD , and the Little Ice Age, dated to ca. AD However, new evidence from longlived Pacific corals. Given the generally warmer conditions through the mid-Holocene (Mulvaney et al., ), moss banks probably grew somewhere on the AP for much of the Holocene, and the north-south trend in initiation age is a likely function of a combination of past fluctuations in climate and protection from later glacial activity in the more northerly locations.
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Modes of variability. Palaeoclimatology. Holocene. NAO. Proxy-based reconstructions. Climate changes. Introduction. The Earth Holocene climate variability book a complex system in which climate variability, i.e., variations in the mean state of the climate system, results from intricate interactions between its components (atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere, cryosphere Author: Armand Hernández, Celia Martin-Puertas, Paola Moffa-Sánchez, Eduardo Moreno-Chamarro, Pablo Ortega.
“Natural climate variability and global warming is clearly an important book, well-focused and distinctive, with fundamental things to say about Holocene science and its interface with the practical problem of global warming.
It is an authoritative, up-to-date summary and synthesis of current knowledge in this area and is attractively Price: $ The Holocene, the interval covered by the l years, represents a largely nonglacial period in Earth's climatic evolution.
This book synthesizes the climate history of this interval and investigates the role of natural climate variability in explaining current global warming.
Although the dramatic climate disruptions of the last glacial period have received considerable attention, relatively little has been directed toward climate variability in the Holocene (11, cal yr B.P.
to the present).Cited by: Perhaps the best known episode of multi-centennial climate variability in the Holocene is the ‘ ka cold event’; a sudden cooling that lasted for about – years, and that has left its imprint on many proxy records around the North Atlantic basin including northern Europe, as reported in several comprehensive reviews (Alley and Cited by: Holocene Climate Variability and Global Warming.
Richard W. Battarbee. Environmental Change Research Centre, University College London, 26 Bedford Way, London WC1E 6BT, UK. Search for more papers by this author. Richard W. Battarbee. Book Editor(s): Richard W. Battarbee. A speleothem record of Holocene climate variability from southwestern Mexico - Volume 75 Issue 1 - Juan Pablo Bernal, Matthew Lachniet, Malcolm McCulloch.
1. Introduction. A crucial question in palaeoclimatology in the perspective of a possible global warming scenario is the variations in the hydrological cycle associated with the Holocene natural climate variability (Vörösmarty et al., ).In answering this question, lake basins offer highly sensitive archives because lake-level records can document past changes in the water budget in.
Microbial Community Structure in Arctic Lake Sediments Reflect Variations in Holocene Climate Conditions The reconstruction of past climate variability using physical and geochemical parameters from lake sedimentary records is a well-established and widely used approach. These geological records are also known to contain large and active.
Time series of pollen data are important sources of information on climate variability within the century and millennium frequency bands. Twenty pollen records from the midwestern United States were investigated using two methods of time series analysis in order to characterize Holocene climatic variability in this region.
Variability in water isotopes has been captured in numerous archives and used to infer climate change. Here we examine water isotope variability over the course of the Holocene using the water.
The marine sediment core JPC38 from the Vega Drift provides a new high‐resolution Holocene climate record of variability and oceanographic conditions on the eastern side of the AP.
Diatoms assemblage and multivariate statistical analyses along with specific biomarkers provide a robust reconstruction, and new insights into the past 8 ka B.P. Article; Open Access; Published: 03 March Holocene ENSO variability in the South China Sea recorded by high-resolution oxygen isotope records from the.
Holocene climate variability --a marine perspective / E. Jansen, P. deMenocal and F. Grousset --Extra-tropical northern hemisphere land temperature variability over the past years / E. Cook, J. Esper and R. D'Arrigo --Holocene paleoceanography and glacial history of the West Spitsbergen area, Euro-Arctic margin / M.
Hald, H. Ebbesen. Marine and terrestrial proxy records suggest global cooling during the Late Holocene, following the peak warming of the Holocene Thermal Maximum (∼10 to 6 ka) until the rapid warming induced by increasing anthropogenic greenhouses gases.
However, the physical mechanism responsible for this global cooling has remained elusive. Here, we show that climate models simulate a robust. This book groups together overviews and original research papers dealing with South American climate variability from the Last Glacial Maximum to the Holocene.
The contributions deal with tropical, temperate and high latitudes climate variability in South America and in surrounding regions (including Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and Antarctica).
&;Natural climate variability and global warming is clearly an important book, well-focused and distinctive, with fundamental things to say about Holocene science and its interface with the practical problem of global warming.
It is an authoritative, up-to-date summary and synthesis of current knowledge in this area and is attractively produced Format: Gebundenes Buch.
Thompson and others: Holocene climate variability arc hived in the Puruogangri ice cap 65 average from to the late 19th to early 20th centuries, and then above average over most of the 20th.
toward climate variability in the Holocene (11, cal yr B.P. to the present). Examination of ~50 globally distributed paleoclimate records reveals as many as six periods of significant rapid climate change during the time periods –, –, –, – Book Title: Natural Climate Variability and Global Warming: a Holocene Perspective: Pagination: Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell: City: Chichester: Keywords: climate, Holocene: Abstract: Whilst there is now overwhelming evidence that greenhouse-gaspollution is becoming the dominant process responsible for globalwarming, it is also clear that.
Holocene climate variability is strongly controlled by the dynamics of atmospheric circulation 10 and, as a result, the spatial-temporal distribution of floods has changed with time (Fig.
3f,g). At the continental scale, atmospheric circulation patterns are strongly influenced by semi-permanent features of the atmospheric pressure fields in the.TY - CHAP. T1 - Holocene coral records.
T2 - Windows on tropical climate variability. AU - Cole, Julia E. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Corals provide palaeoclimatic information on the behaviour of the tropical oceans that is available from no other proxy.Holocene climate variability and global warming / Richard W.
Battarbee --Holocene climate research: progress, paradigms, and problems / H. John B. Birks --The role of people in the Holocene / Frank Oldfield --Modeling the climate of the Holocene / Michel Crucifix --The early to mid-Holocene thermal optimum in the North Atlantic / Eystein.