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A comprehensive overview of the last 2,000 years Iberian Peninsula climate history

AuthorsGiralt, Santiago ; Moreno, A.; Cacho, Isabel; Valero-Garcés, Blas L.
Issue Date2017
PublisherInternational CLIVAR Project Office
CitationClivar Exchanges 73: 5-10 (2017)
AbstractThe understanding of past multiannual-decadal climate variability in the Iberian Peninsula, and the long-term evolution of the main climate modes, can only be fully achieved if a large set of well resolved precipitation and temperature reconstructions are available. Such reconstructions can be obtained through a large array of proxies measured from different natural archives, like tree rings, lacustrine and marine sedimentary records, peatbog sequences and speleothems, among others. These climate reconstructions permit to characterize the main climate conditions and modes of climate variability at different geographical and time scales, and identify the stationary or non-stationary behaviour in the relationship of different climatic variables.
Identifiersissn: 1026-0471
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