Mass spectrometric imaging techniques used to extract micron-scale organic paleothermometry signatures from Arabian Sea sediments show that they skillfully reflect observations.
Volcanoes, heat waves, and tree rings – getting the seasonal story straight – a new study finds that volcanic fog lowered summer tree ring density despite the heat.
Discovering climate signals in the archives: how using a common language for data deposition ensures your data are found, understood and cited.
An ensemble of climate simulations identifies factors that drove long-term trends of a prehistoric greenhouse climate.
The first high-resolution historical record of Europe’s Glacial Eastern Boundary Current sheds new light on ocean circulation, ice sheet dynamics, and climate change.
Un nuevo registro de isótopos de boro proveniente de sedimentos marinos del Pacifico Sur, ofrece una imagen más completa del intercambio de dióxido de carbono entre el océano y la atmósfera durante el Pleistoceno tardío.
Largely spared from disruptive tectonic activity, the South African coastline offers a natural setting to study sea levels from when Earth’s atmospheric carbon dioxide last reached today’s levels.
Magnetic analysis of mineral composition supports the importance of tropical climate processes in shaping long-term monsoon patterns.
Researchers used a sediment core from a lake in California’s San Bernardino Mountains to track the effect of climate on vegetation, fire, and erosion between about 120,000 and 15,000 years ago.