Series: Dahlem Workshop Reports - Environmental Sciences Research Report Volume: 12
Edited By: JA Eddy
Experts discuss the use of palaeoclimate data for analysing climatic processes and for modelling the future evolution of climate.
Partial table of contents: Comparison of Interglacial Climates Regarding Space and Character (B. Frenzel). Self-Regulatory Processes in the Biosphere in the Face of Climate Change (I. Prentice & M. Sarnthein). How Reliable and Consistent Are Paleodata from Continents, Oceans, and Ice? (J. White, et al.). Use of General Circulation Models to Follow Climatic Tracers on a Global Scale (J. Jouzel, et al.). Role of Trace Gases: The Problem of Lead and Lag (D. Raynaud & U. Siegenthaler). The Role and Response of Continental Vegetation in the Global Climate System (J. Overpeck). The Role of Solar Output Variations (J. Eddy & H. Oeschger). Climatic Evolution During the Last Millennium: What Can We Learn from It? (H. Flohn). Indexes.
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