19 (2): Integrative Paleoscience for Sustainable Management

Eds: Dearing J, Dotterweich M, Foster T, Newman L & von Gunten L

, vol. 19(2), 2011


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This newsletter focuses on the important perspectives offered by paleoenvironmental records in ascertaining the complexity of modern landscape management decisions. It also provides information on recently held meetings and upcoming events.

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Special Section: Integrative Paleoscience for Sustainable Management


 > Integrative Paleoscience for Sustainable Management [p.43]
John Dearing, Markus Dotterweich and Thomas Foster

Workshop Report

 > Regional integration of past records for management of modern resources [p.44]

Science Highlights

 > Conservation and habitat restoration of moorland and bog in the UK uplands [p.45-47]
F.M. Chambers and J.R.G. Daniell

 > Spatial and temporal controls on hydro-geomorphic processes in French Prealps [p.47-49]
D.S. Crook, R.C. Chiverrell, J.A. Dearing, R.T. Jones and K.E. Welsh

 > Past land use and soil erosion processes in central Europe [p.49-51]
M. Dotterweich and S. Dreibrodt

 > Long-term perspectives on an iconic landscape: Origins and future trajectories [p.51-53]
M. Edwards and M.J. Grant

 > Grazing activities and biodiversity history in the Pyrenees [p.53-55]
D. Galop, T. Houet, F. Mazier, G. Leroux and D. Rius

 > Managing biodiversity using long-term regional data in the southeastern USA [p.56-57]
T. Foster

 > Assessing environmental response and recovery of a Great Lakes watershed [p.58-60]
C.E. McLean, D.T. Long and B. Pijanowski

 > Landslides in São Paulo, Brazil: An integrated historical perspective [p.60-62]
L.H. Nunes

 > Regional wetland response typology: Murray-Darling Basin, Australia [p.62-64]
M. Reid and P. Gell

Open Section

Science Highlights

 > Evidence for bias in C/N, δ13C and δ15N values due to acid pre-treatment methods [p.65-67]
C.R. Brodie

 > Extending glacier monitoring into the Little Ice Age and beyond [p.67-69]
M. Zemp, H.J. Zumbühl, S.U. Nussbaumer, M.H. Masiokas, L.E. Espizua and P. Pitte

 > Proximal trigger for late glacial Antarctic circulation and CO2 changes [p.70-71]
T.J. Crowley

Program News

 > Paleoclimate Reconstruction Challenge: Available for participation [p.71-72]

Workshop Reports

 > Arctic2k: Synthesizing paleoclimate data to assess Arctic climate change [p.73]

 > 2nd Australasia 2k Network workshop: Data synthesis and research planning [p.74-75]

 > Euro-Med2k workshop: Current knowledge, available data, multproxy integration [p.75-76]

 > Advancing N. American climate field reconstructions [p.76-77]

 > Reconstructing climate variations in South America and the Antarctic Peninsula [p.77-78]

 > Bayesian hierarchical models for climate field reconstruction [p.78-79]

 > Synthesis of transient climate evolution of the last 21 ka workshop [p.79-80]

 > The 3rd PAGES Past Interglacials workshop [p.80-81]

 > Reconstruction of Holocene environmental conditions in northern Poland [p.82-83]

 > PMIP3 workshop [p.83-84]

 > The 3rd Eastern Africa Quaternary Research Association workshop [p.84-85]

 > Multidecadal and centennial ENSO variability [p.85-86]

 > Linking monsoon systems across timescales [p.86-87]

 > Relative sea level, ice sheets and isostasy past, present and future [p.87-88]

 > Learning from other communities: Towards more robust varve chronologies [p.88-89]

 > Land-cover reconstructions: Pollen modeling approach and data synthesis [p.89-90]

 > 2010 international workshop on XRF core scanning [p.90-91]


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