Secular temperature trends for the southern Rocky Mountains over the last five centuries

@inproceedings{Berkelhammer2012SecularTT,
  title={Secular temperature trends for the southern Rocky Mountains over the last five centuries},
  author={Max B. Berkelhammer and Lowell D. Stott},
  year={2012}
}
[1] Pre-instrumental surface temperature variability in the Southwestern United States has traditionally been reconstructed using variations in the annual ring widths of high altitude trees that live near a growth-limiting isotherm. A number of studies have suggested that the response of some trees to temperature variations is non-stationary, warranting the development of alternative approaches towards reconstructing past regional temperature variability. Here we present a five-century… CONTINUE READING

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