18 (2): Fire in the Earth System: A Paleoperspective

Eds: Whitlock C, Tinner W, Newman L & Kiefer T

, vol. 18(2), 2010

This newsletter issue provides an overview of the state-of-art in paleofire research. It also includes a number of openly submitted scientific articles, and provides information on recently held meetings and upcoming events.

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Special Section: Science Highlights

> Editorial: Fire in the Earth System
C. Whitlock and W. Tinner

> Recent advances in the analysis and interpretation of sediment-charcoal records
P.E. Higuera, D.G. Gavin, P.D. Henne and R.F. Kelly

> Specific molecular markers in ice cores provide large-scale patterns in biomass burning
N. Kehrwald, R. Zangrando, A. Gambaro, P. Cescon and C. Barbante

> Global patterns of biomass burning during the last glacial period
A.-L. Daniau

> A fire paradox in ecosystems around the Mediterranean
B. Vannière, D. Colombaroli and N. Roberts

> Tropical fire ecology across the African continent: A paleoecological perspective
D. Colombaroli and D. Verschuren

> Holocene fires in eastern Canada: Towards a forest management perspective in light of future global changes
C. Carcaillet, Y. Bergeron, A.A. Ali, S. Gauthier, M.P. Girardin and C. Hély

> Fire and climate variation in western North America from fire-scar and tree-ring networks
D.A. Falk, E.K. Heyerdahl, P.M. Brown, T.W. Swetnam, E.K. Sutherland, Z. Gedalof, L. Yocom and T.J. Brown

> Paleofire activity in tropical America during the last 21 ka: A regional synthesis based on sedimentary charcoal
M.J. Power, M.B. Bush, H. Behling, S.P. Horn, F.E. Mayle and D.H. Urrego

> Paleofires in southern South America since the Last Glacial Maximum
P.I. Moreno, T. Kitzberger, V. Iglesias and A. Holz

> Paleofire in the wet tropics of northeast Queensland, Australia
S.G. Haberle, S. Rule, P. Roberts, H. Heijnis, G. Jacobsen, C. Turney, R. Cosgrove, A. Ferrier, P. Moss, S. Mooney and P. Kershaw

> Humans and fire: Consequences of anthropogenic burning during the past 2 ka
J.R. Marlon, Q. Cui, M.-J. Gaillard, D. McWethy and M. Walsh

> Pyrogeography: Understanding the ecological niche of fire
M.A. Moritz, M.A. Krawchuk and M.-A. Parisien

Science Highlights: Open Section

> Emerging proxy evidence for coherent failures of the summer monsoons of Asia during the last millennium
A. Sinha and M. Berkelhammer

> An emerging paradigm: Process-based climate reconstructions
M.K. Hughes, J. Guiot and C.M. Ammann

Workshop Reports

> Workshop on modeling Holocene climate evolution
G. Lohmann and Workshop Participants

> Advances in varved sediment studies during the last 10 years
P. Francus, A.E.K. Ojala, A. Heinsalu, R. Behl, M. Grosjean and B. Zolitschka

> The 1st Australasia 2k regional workshop: Towards data synthesis
C. Turney, J. Gergis, A. Lorrey, J. Palmer, S.J. Phipps and T. van Ommen

> The nitrogen cycle in the ocean, past and present
E. Galbraith, M. Kienast and T. Kiefer

> The first Africa 2k regional workshop
M. Umer and D. Verschuren

> PAGES regional workshop in Japan
T. Nakatsuka

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