The Late Maunder Minimum (1675–1715) – A Key Period forStudying Decadal Scale Climatic Change in Europe

@article{Luterbacher2001TheLM,
  title={The Late Maunder Minimum (1675–1715) – A Key Period forStudying Decadal Scale Climatic Change in Europe},
  author={J. Luterbacher and R. Rickli and E. Xoplaki and C. Tinguely and C. Beck and C. Pfister and H. Wanner},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2001},
  volume={49},
  pages={441-462}
}
  • J. Luterbacher, R. Rickli, +4 authors H. Wanner
  • Published 2001
  • Economics
  • Climatic Change
  • The Late Maunder Minimum (LMM, 1675–1715) denotes the climax of the `Little Ice Age' in Europe with marked climate variability. Investigations into interannual and interdecadal differences of atmospheric circulation between the LMM and the period 1961–1990 have been performedand undertaken based upon sea level pressure (SLP) difference maps, empiricalorthogonal function (EOF) analysis, and objective classification techniques. Since the SLP during the LMM winterwas significantly higher in… CONTINUE READING
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