The temperature of Europe during the Holocene reconstructed from pollen data

@inproceedings{Davisa2002TheTO,
  title={The temperature of Europe during the Holocene reconstructed from pollen data},
  author={B. A. S. Davisa and S. Brewerb and A. C. Stevensona and J. Guiotc},
  year={2002}
}
  • B. A. S. Davisa, S. Brewerb, +1 author J. Guiotc
  • Published 2002
We present the first area-average time series reconstructions of warmest month, coldest month and mean annual surface air temperatures across Europe during the last 12,000 years. These series are based on quantitative pollen climate reconstructions from over 500 pollen sites assimilated using an innovative four-dimensional gridding procedure. This approach combines threedimensional spatial gridding with a fourth dimension represented by time, allowing data from irregular time series to be… CONTINUE READING
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