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Two millennia of North Atlantic seasonality and implications for Norse colonies

Two millennia of North Atlantic seasonality and implications for Norse colonies,10.1073/pnas.0902522107,Proceedings of The National Academy of Science

Two millennia of North Atlantic seasonality and implications for Norse colonies   (Citations: 9)
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Journal: Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences - PNAS , vol. 107, no. 12, pp. 5306-5310, 2010
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    • ...broadly defined Medieval Warm Period (MWP) in Europe, when mean annual temperatures were *1� C warmer than the twentieth century (Kump et al. 2004) and temperatures in Iceland were similar to those of the twentieth century (Patterson et al. 2010)...
    • ...Shindell et al. (2001) used computer simulations for the Maunder Minimum and concluded that winter temperatures over eastern North America were *1–2� C cooler than today, while Patterson et al. (2010) observed a decrease in Icelandic temperatures of *6� C. Greenland ice core data indicate an increase of volcanic activity during the LIA relative to the MWP, but volcanic aerosol forcing typically lasts only a few years (Kump et al. 2004)...

    Henry T. MullinsWilliamet al. Holocene climate and environmental change in central New York (USA)

    • ...This view persisted through to the first IPCC report in 1990 (Folland et al. 1990) and is seen to this day (Patterson et al. 2010)...

    A. E. J. Ogilvie. Historical climatology, Climatic Change , and implications for climate...

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