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Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability: Historical and Paleoenvironmental Perspectives

Series: Antarctic Research Series Volume: 79

By: Eugene Domack

American Geophysical Union

Hardback | Dec 2004 | #192912 | ISBN: 0875909736
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The Antarctic Peninsula 'the most rapidly warming place on Earth' is undergoing dramatic environmental changes, including ice shelf break-up events. What forcing factors made this possible? "Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability: Historical and Paleoenvironmental Perspectives" responds to this question, and more. Geologists, oceanographers, glaciologists, meteorologists, ecologists, and natural historians will find this work an important integrative resource in their effort to understand how regional climates change.


Environmental Setting of the Antarctic Peninsula

Meteorological Record and Modeling Results
- Antarctic Peninsula Climate Variability and its Causes as Revealed by Analysis of Instrumental Records
- Regional and Large-Scale Influences on Antarctic Peninsula Climate
- Response of Wintertime Antarctic Temperatures to the Antarctic Oscillation: Results of a Regional Climate Model
- Glaciological Climate Relationships Spatial and Temporal Variation of Surface Temperature on the Antarctic Peninsula and the Limit of Viability of Ice Shelves
- Impact Assessment of Regional Climatic Warming on Glaciers and Ice Shelves of the Northeastern Antarctic Peninsula
- Climate-Induced Ice Shelf Disintegration in the Antarctic Peninsula

Terrestrial Archives of Paleoenvironmental Change
- The Late Pleistocene and Holocene Glacial and Climate History of the Antarctic Peninsula Region as Documented by the Land and Lake Sediment Records-A Review
- An Overview of the Late Pleistocene Glaciation in the South Shetland Islands
- Ice Core Paleoclimate Histories From the Antarctic Peninsula: Where Do We Go From Here?
- Ecological Responses Palmer Long-Term Ecological Research on the Antarctic Marine Ecosystem
- Maritime Antarctic Climate Change: Signals From Terrestrial Biology
- Ecological Responses of Maritime Antarctic Lakes to Regional Climate Change
- Late Holocene Penguin Occupation and Diet at King George Island, Antarctic Peninsula
- Marine Geological Records Retreat History of the Gerlache-Boyd Ice Stream, Northern Antarctic Peninsula: An Ultra-High Resolution Acoustic Study of the Deglacial and Post-Glacial Sediment Drape
- Deglacial History of the Greenpeace Trough: Ice Sheet to Ice Shelf Transition in the Northwestern Weddell Sea
- Marine Sedimentary Record of Natural Environmental Variability and Recent Warming in the Antarctic Peninsula
- Origins and Paleoceanographic Significance of Layered Diatom Ooze Interval From the Bransfield Strait in the Northern Antarctic Peninsula Around 2500 Yrs. BP
- Foraminiferal Distributions in the Former Larsen-A Ice Shelf and Prince Gustav Channel Region, Eastern Antarctic Peninsula Margin: A Baseline for Holocene Paleoenvironmental Change

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