C-SIDE Workshop; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 24–26 October 2018
Wizened bristlecone pines in California reveal past climate trends, and new research shows how slight variations in landscape position drive different growth patterns in trees’ annual rings.
Scientists are digging up Adélie penguin guano to study millennia of Antarctica’s history.
A network of tree-ring chronologies has been used to develop the first reconstruction of atmospheric river landfalls on the US Pacific Coast over the last 500 years.
Scientists trace severe storms’ effects through tree ring growth patterns.
Treatment of the Climatic Signal in Time and Space: From Instrumental and Proxy Data to Modelling; Rouen, France, 18–20 April 2017
A new study of the late Pliocene era could help scientists predict future sea level rise.
The Editor-in-Chief of Paleoceanography explains that the journal is changing its name to Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology to reflect the evolution of science in this field.
PALSEA2 2016 Workshop: Sea-Level Budgets at Decadal to Millennial Time Scales to Bridge the Paleo and Instrumental Records; Mount Hood, Oregon, 19–21 September 2016
Nitrogen isotopes within samples of bat excrement accurately reflect modern precipitation patterns. So could guano serve as a paleoclimate record?