A profound knowledge of the past climate is vital for our understanding of global warming. The past 2000 years are both the period which is of most relevance to the next century and that for which there is the most evidence. High-resolution proxy records for this period are available from a variety of sources. Five sections consider dendroclimatology, ice cores, corals, historical records, lake varves, and other indicators. The final two sections cover the histories of various forcing factors and attempt to bring together records from a variety of sources and provide explanations.Routledge London, 572-591 Mosley-Thompson E, Thompson LG (1992) Spatial and temporal characteristics of the Little Ice Age: ... J Clim 6: 141-150 Pasteur EC , Mulvaney R, Peel DA, Saltzman ES, Whung P-Y (in press) A340-year record ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Climatic Variations and Forcing Mechanisms of the Last 2000 Years|
|Author||:||Philip Douglas Jones, Raymond Stephen Bradley, Jean Jouzel|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-29|