Spring-summer temperatures since AD 1780 reconstructed from stable oxygen isotope ratios in white spruce tree-rings from the Mackenzie Delta, northwestern Canada

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Spring-summer temperatures since AD 1780 reconstructed from stable oxygen isotope ratios in white spruce tree-rings from the Mackenzie Delta, northwestern Canada
Author(s)
Porter T, Pisaric M, Field R, Kokelj S, Edwards T, deMontigny P, Healy R, LeGrande A
Publication Title
CLIMATE DYNAMICS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
CLIM DYNAM
Publication Date
2014 Feb
DOI
10.1007/s00382-013-1674-3
ISSN
0930-7575
Volume
42
Issue
3-4
Page Count
15
First Page
771
Last Page
785
Keyword(s)
Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences, Mackenzie Delta, White spruce tree-rings, Stable oxygen isotope ratios, Atmospheric circulation, Temperature reconstruction, NASA-GISS ModelE, HIGH-RESOLUTION PALEOCLIMATOLOGY, WESTERN ARCTIC COAST, ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION, CLIMATE VARIABILITY, ICE-CORE, NORTHERN-HEMISPHERE, YUKON-TERRITORY, SURFACE TEMPERATURES, REANALYSIS PROJECT, LAST MILLENNIUM
Citation
Porter T, Pisaric M, Field R, Kokelj S, Edwards T, deMontigny P, Healy R, LeGrande A. Spring-summer temperatures since AD 1780 reconstructed from stable oxygen isotope ratios in white spruce tree-rings from the Mackenzie Delta, northwestern Canada. CLIM DYNAM. 2014;42 (3-4):771-785.
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