North American monsoon precipitation reconstructed from tree‐ring latewood

@inproceedings{Griffin2013NorthAM,
  title={North American monsoon precipitation reconstructed from tree‐ring latewood},
  author={Daniel Griffin and Connie Ann Woodhouse and D. M. Meko and David W. Stahle and Holly L. Faulstich and Carlos Carrillo and R. Touchan and Christopher A. L. Castro and S W Leavitt},
  year={2013}
}
[1] The North American monsoon is a major focus of modern and paleoclimate research, but relatively little is known about interannualto decadal-scale monsoon moisture variability in the pre-instrumental era. This study draws from a new network of subannual tree-ring latewood width chronologies and presents a 470-year reconstruction of monsoon (June–August) standardized precipitation for southwestern North America. Comparison with an independent reconstruction of cool-season (October–April… CONTINUE READING
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