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Reconstruction of New Zealand Temperatures Back to AD 1720 Using Libocedrus bidwillii Tree-Rings
The longest chronology from New Zealand so faris from Libocedrus bidwillii Hook. f. (i.e.,from AD 1992 back to AD 1140, a span of 853 years). A subset of 11 chronologies was selected from anetwork ofExpand
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High-Precision Radiocarbon Measurements of Tree-Ring Dated Wood from New Zealand: 195 BC–AD 995
The best means for correcting Southern Hemisphere (SH) radiocarbon measurements, which are significantly influenced by temporal variations in the interhemispheric offset, is by the construction of aExpand
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Extension of the New Zealand kauri (Agathis australis) chronology to 1724 BC
Long tree-ring chronologies have been constructed in the Northern Hemisphere for dendroclimatology and palaeoenvironmental studies, radiocarbon calibration and archaeological dating. NumerousExpand
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Bayesian Evaluation of the Southern Hemisphere Radiocarbon Offset during the Holocene
While an interhemispheric offset in atmospheric radiocarbon levels from AD 1950-950 is now well estab- lished, its existence earlier in the Holocene is less clear, with some studies reportingExpand
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Non-uniform interhemispheric temperature trends over the past 550 years
The warming trend over the last century in the northern hemisphere (NH) was interrupted by cooling from ad 1940 to 1975, a period during which the southern hemisphere experienced pronounced warming.Expand
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Investigating the Interhemispheric 14C Offset in the 1st Millennium AD and Assessment of Laboratory Bias and Calibration Errors
Past measurements of the radiocarbon interhemispheric offset have been restricted to relatively young samples because of a lack of older dendrochronologically secure Southern Hemisphere tree-ringExpand
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A comparison of some simple methods used to detect unstable temperature responses in tree-ring chronologies
Abstract Temporal stability of the relationship between a potential proxy climate record and the climate record itself is the foundation of palaeoproxy reconstructions of past climate variability.Expand
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Dating ancient wood by high-sensitivity liquid scintillation counting and accelerator mass spectrometry - Pushing the boundaries
It is critical that a comprehensive terrestrial radiocarbon (C-14) calibration curve is developed beyond 26 ka for high-precision calibration and correlation of climatic, environmental andExpand
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Reconstruction of New Zealand climate indices back to AD 1731 using dendroclimatic techniques: Some preliminary results
Reconstructions of temperature and zonal and meridional flow over New Zealand are presented for the period back to AD 1731. The reconstructions have made use of ring-width chronologies from fiveExpand
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Decadally resolved lateglacial radiocarbon evidence from New Zealand kauri
The Last Glacial–Interglacial Transition (LGIT; 15,000–11,000 cal BP) was characterized by complex spatiotemporal patterns of climate change, with numerous studies requiring accurate chronologicalExpand
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