Six millennia of summer temperature variation based on midge analysis of lake sediments from Alaska

@article{Clegg2010SixMO,
  title={Six millennia of summer temperature variation based on midge analysis of lake sediments from Alaska},
  author={B. F. Clegg and G. Clarke and M. Chipman and M. Chou and I. Walker and W. Tinner and F. Hu},
  journal={Quaternary Science Reviews},
  year={2010},
  volume={29},
  pages={3308-3316}
}
  • B. F. Clegg, G. Clarke, +4 authors F. Hu
  • Published 2010
  • Geology
  • Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Despite their importance for evaluating anthropogenic climatic change, quantitative temperature reconstructions of the Holocene remain scarce from northern high-latitude regions. We conducted highresolution midge analysis on the sediments of the past 6000 years from a lake in south-central Alaska. Results were used to estimate mean July air temperature (TJuly) variations on the basis of a midge temperature transfer function. The TJuly estimates from the near-surface samples are broadly… CONTINUE READING

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