Surface air temperature variability reconstructed with tree rings for the Gulf of Alaska over the past 1200 years

@inproceedings{Wiles2014SurfaceAT,
  title={Surface air temperature variability reconstructed with tree rings for the Gulf of Alaska over the past 1200 years},
  author={Gregory C. Wiles and Rosanne D. D’Arrigo and David Barclay and Rob J. S. Wilson and S Jarvis and Lauren Vargo and David Frank},
  year={2014}
}
A 1200-year-long tree-ring width record from living and subfossil mountain hemlock wood is used to reconstruct February through August temperatures for the Gulf of Alaska, providing a record of past climate variability for the Northeast Pacific sector that captures interannual to centennial timescales. The moderate elevation at the tree-ring sites has allowed these trees to retain their temperature signal without evidence of the so-called divergence effect, or underestimation of tree-ring… CONTINUE READING

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