Series: Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research Series Volume: 6
638 pages, no illustrations
This book provides a major synthesis of evidence for past climate variability at the regional and continental scale across Europe and Africa. It focuses on two complementary time-scales, the Holocene (approximately the last 11,500 years) and the last glacial-interglacial cycle (approximately the last 130,000 years). An overview of the climate system of the past has never been attempted before on this scale, and, as such, the volume represents a benchmark for future research.
It is written by an expert group of climate change scientists and presents an insight into past climate variability that challenges climatologists who seek to explain climate dynamics of the past and provides climate modellers with a work of reference for data-model comparison. The book is an advanced but very readable text essential for all students and scientists interested in global environmental change.
From the reviews: "This volume presents an impressive overview of the range of ongoing paleoclimate research along the whole Afro-European transect ! . This volume represents another highlight of the international efforts on improving our understanding of global change. ! Overall, the volume is very well edited, including the figures. ! The editors have to be congratulated for their excellent work." (Vera Markgraf, Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 36, 2006)
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