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The PAGES (Past Global Changes) project is an international effort to coordinate and promote past global change research. The primary objective is to improve our understanding of past changes in the Earth system in order to improve projections of future climate and environment, and inform strategies for sustainability. ... more

PAGES, a registered association for scientific research and networking, is open and inclusive to all scientists interested in past global changes. Science within PAGES is conducted by working groups, which are open to all paleoscientists working on the topic. Get involved by contacting the working group leaders, signing up to mailing lists, and attending teleconferences and/or workshops.

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PAGES Newsletter May 2022 - "Light"

In this month’s PAGES newsletter, we are keeping things shorter than usual due to the current Young Scientists Meeting, upcoming Open Science Meeting and annual Scientific Steering Committee meetin

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PAGES' SSC member receives high distinction

The Director of the Oeschger Centre and new member of PAGES' Scientific Steering Committee (SSC), Prof.

The 1600 CE Huaynaputina eruption as a possible trigger for persistent cooling in the North Atlantic region

By White S, Moreno-Chamarro E, Zanchettin D, Huhtamaa H, Degroot D, Stoffel M and Corona C.

A quick guide to paleoclimate in the IPCC AR6 2021 report

Last updated by Basil Davis 26 April 2022

Pollen-based reconstruction of total land-cover change over the Holocene in the temperate steppe region of China: An attempt to quantify the cover of vegetation and bare ground in the past using a novel approach

A new paper has been published by the LandCover6k working group in CATENA with the title "Pollen-based reconstruction of total land-cover