The 5.2 ka climate event: Evidence from stable isotope and multi-proxy palaeoecological peatland records in Ireland

@inproceedings{Roland2015The5K,
  title={The 5.2 ka climate event: Evidence from stable isotope and multi-proxy palaeoecological peatland records in Ireland},
  author={Thomas Patrick Roland and Thomas J. Daley and Chris J. Caseldine and Dan J. Charman and Chris S M Turney and Matthew J. Amesbury and Gareth A Thompson and Ewan J. Woodley},
  year={2015}
}
18 Evidence for a major climate event at 5.2 ka has been reported globally and is associated with 19 considerable societal disruption, but is poorly characterised in northwest Europe. This event 20 forms part of a broader period of re-organisation in the Earth’s ocean-atmosphere circulation 21 system between 6 – 5 ka. This study tests the nature and timing of the event in northwest Europe, 22 a region highly sensitive to change in meridional overturning circulation and mid-latitude 23 westerly… CONTINUE READING
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