13 (1): Future Paleoscience

Eds: Kull C, Christen L & Kiefer T

PAGES news, vol. 13(1), 1-24, 2005


In addition to discussing the future of PAGES and paleoscience, the Science Highlights section in this issue includes articles about: Radiocarbon in Tree Rings, Late Pleistocene and Holocene Fluvial Record from Northern Tunisia, Paleoclimate and Fossil Woods in Tropical India, Upwelling Seesaw in the Atlantic and Why Study Past Regional Variability?

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Individual Newsletter Articles


> Inside PAGES [p.3]
> In Memory of Dr. Geoffrey Owen Seltzer [p.5]


> Future PAGES [p.2]
T. Kiefer

Science Highlights

> Radiocarbon in Tree Rings: A Unique Treasure of Information [p.11-12]
J. Beer

> Fluvial Record of Late Pleistocene and Holocene Geomorphic Change in Northern Tunisia – Global, Regional or Local Climatic Causes? [p.13-14]
D. Faust, C. Zielhofer, F. Diaz del Olmo and R.B. Escudero

> Tracing Paleoclimatic Signatures in Fossil Woods and Sub-fossil Logs of Kerala, Southwestern India [p.15-17]
K.P.N. Kumaran and K.M. Nair

> An Upwelling Seesaw in the Atlantic Ocean: Model Results and Paleoceanographic Evidence [p.17-19]
M. Prange and M. Schulz

> Call for a PAGES Initiative on "Past Regional Climate Variability" [p.19-21]
H. Wanner

Program News

> The Pivotal Role of Paleosciences in the New IGBP [p.6-7]
> The Future of PAGES/CLIVAR Intersection Activities [p.7-8]
> Southern Hemisphere Climate Change: Re-coring Lynch’s Crater [p.9]

Workshop Reports

> Tropical-Extratropical Climatic Teleconnections: A Long-Term Perspective [p.22]
> An Overview of the Swiss Contribution to the HITE Project [p.22-23]
> Past ecosystem processes and human-environment interactions [p.23]

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