Proxy-based Northern Hemisphere Surface Temperature Reconstructions : Sensitivity to Method , Predictor Network , Target Season , and Target Domain

@inproceedings{Rutherford2003ProxybasedNH,
  title={Proxy-based Northern Hemisphere Surface Temperature Reconstructions : Sensitivity to Method , Predictor Network , Target Season , and Target Domain},
  author={Rutherford and Bradley and Briffa},
  year={2003}
}
Results are presented from a set of experiments designed to investigate factors that may influence proxy-based reconstructions of large-scale temperature patterns in past centuries. The factors investigated include 1) the method used to assimilate proxy data into a climate reconstruction, 2) the proxy data network used, 3) the target season, and 4) the spatial domain of the reconstruction. Estimates of hemispheric-mean temperature are formed through spatial averaging of reconstructed… CONTINUE READING
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