The importance of the geophysical context in statistical evaluations of climate reconstruction procedures

@inproceedings{Ammann2007TheIO,
  title={The importance of the geophysical context in statistical evaluations of climate reconstruction procedures},
  author={Caspar M. Ammann and Eugene R. Wahl},
  year={2007}
}
A portion of the debate about climate reconstructions of the past millennium, and in particular about the well-known Mann-Bradley-Hughes (“MBH” 1998, 1999) reconstructions, has become disconnected from the goal of understanding natural climate variability. Here, we reflect on what can be learned from recent scientific exchanges and identify important challenges that remain to be addressed openly and productively by the community. One challenge arises from the real, underlying trend in… CONTINUE READING
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