Reconstructing Large-scale Variability from Palaeoclimatic Evidence by Means of Data Assimilation Through Upscaling and Nudging(DATUN)

@inproceedings{Jones2004ReconstructingLV,
  title={Reconstructing Large-scale Variability from Palaeoclimatic Evidence by Means of Data Assimilation Through Upscaling and Nudging(DATUN)},
  author={J. Mary Jones and Martin Ludwig Widmann},
  year={2004}
}
This chapter describes a newly developed approach for extracting the climate signal from proxy records, termed DATUN (Data Assimilation Through Upscaling and Nudging). 
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