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Publications
Author
Katrina Kremer, Michael Strupler, Katleen Wils, Renaldo Gastineau, Tatiana Izquierdo and Iván Hernández-Almeida
PAGES Magazine
2024
Past Global Changes Magazine

Earthquakes can generate mass movements and deformation on the Earth's surface, and in some cases they also generate tsunamis in aquatic systems. The traces associated with these events are diverse and can be found in multiple environments. Understanding the formation mechanisms of past seismic events, reconstructing magnitude and frequency of these events are important for assessing future hazards and helps identying highly vulnerable regions.

The Spring 2024 Special Issue of the PAGES Magazine contains 19 articles combining multiple approaches to identify (Paleo)-Earthquake and -Tsunami records, dating precisely these events, and assessing the impact on the environment and on human societies. 

 

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Individual Articles

> Front Cover
> Index
> News
 

Editorial

>  Advances and challenges of (paleo)-earthquake and -tsunami research  [p. 03]
Kremer K., Strupler M., Wils K., Gastineau R. and Izquierdo T.

 

Science Highlights

>  Calibrating the subaqueous seismograph: Using recent events to inform our knowledge of the past  [p. 04-05]
Singleton D.M., Brothers D.S., Haeussler P.J., Witter R.C. and Hill J. C.

>  Relationship between fault source, ground motions and marine turbidites emplaced by the 2016 Kaikōura earthquake  [p. 06-07]
Howarth J.D., Orpin A.R., Tickle S.E., Kenako Y., Maier K.L., Strachan L.J. and Nodder S.D.

>  A major paleoearthquake in central Canada interpreted from early postglacial subaqueous mass transport deposits  [p. 08-09]
Brooks G.R.

>  Seismites as new indicators of regional tectonism  [p. 10-11]
Lu Y.

>  Combining remote sensing, geophysics, and paleoseismology to study earthquakes on the Idrija Fault in Slovenia  [p. 12-13]
Grützner C.

>  Paleoseismic studies reveal the high seismic hazard potential of the Matano fault, Sulawesi, Indonesia  [p. 14-15]
Patria A. and Daryono M.R.

>  Combining geological and archaeological evidence to infer the recent tectonics of the Montagne du Vuache Fault, Jura Mountains, France  [p. 16-17]
Lallemand T., Audin L., Quiquerez A., Baize S., Grebot R. and Mathey M.

>  Seismic seconds: The challenges of precisely dating and timing earthquakes in New England in the past four centuries   [p. 18-19]
Kleemann K.

>  Combining onshore-offshore paleoseismic records to test for synchronicity of coastal deformation  [p. 20-21]
Pizer C., Howarth J.D. and Clark K.J.

>  Investigating past earthquakes with coral microatolls  [p. 22-23]
Philibosian B.

>  The importance of diatoms for understanding subduction zone earthquakes in Alaska  [p. 24-25]
Summers G.F., Engelhart S.E. and Woodroffe S.A.

>  Diatoms as indicators of coseismic, postseismic, and interseismic deformation along subduction zones over centennial and millennial timescales  [p. 26-27]
Dura T. and DePaolis J.

>  Diatoms in earthquake and tsunami reconstruction along the Chilean subduction zone: valuable proxies of a paleoseismologist’s toolkit  [p. 28-29]
Hocking E.P., Garrett E. and Dura T.

>  Reconstructing Coastal Evidence for Earthquakes and Tsunamis using Elemental (XRF) Geochemistry  [p. 30-31]
Giang A., Hong I. and Pilarczyk J.E.

>  Comparing recent cyclone and tsunami deposits from southeast India   [p. 32-33]
Gouramanis C., Yap W., Srinivasalu S., Anandasabari K., Pham D.T. and Switzer A.D.

>  Earthquake-related tsunami archives based on sediments from coastal lagoons in the Lesser Antilles  [p. 34-35]
Fabbri S.C., Sabatier P., Paris R., Biguenet M., Falvard S., Feuillet N., St-Onge G. and Chaumillon E.

>  Characterization of paleotsunami deposits along the western coast of India   [p. 36-37]
Prizomwala S.P., Pandey U., Tandon A., Makwana N. and Das A.

>  Tsunami deposits to reconstruct major earthquakes chronology in southern Peru  [p. 38-39]
Cuven S., Paris R., Audin L., Mitra S., Gielly L. and Aguirre E.

>  The camouflaged tsunami record of arid coasts: Looking for sand in the Atacama Desert  [p. 40-41]
Izquierdo T. and Abad M.

 

Spotlight

>  A palaeo-reanalysis of global monthly 3D climate since 1421 CE  [p. 42-43]
>  Hidden from plain sight: Sclerosponges as environmental archives of ocean conditions from the surface to the mesophotic zone  [p. 44-45]
 

Fellowship Reports

>  Atmospheric dryness recorded in tree rings of Araucaria araucana from the northwest of the Patagonian Steppe  [p. 46]
>  Sediment sources and transport pathways to the western South Atlantic since Termination I  [p. 47]
>  Dust flux estimates for the last glacial-interglacial cycle in southern South America based on loess deposits  [p. 48]
>  What signs of climate variability can be extracted from the quantitative wood anatomy of Cedrela fissilis Vell. rings?  [p. 49]
 

Workshop Reports

>  The 5th Summer School on Speleothem Science  [p. 50]
>  Dendrochronological potential of the tropical wet miombo trees unveiled through African Fieldschools  [p. 51]
>  An initiative to better understand the future ice-ocean-atmosphere interactions between the Southern Ocean and Antarctica from the past critical periods   [p. 52]

>  Instabilities and Thresholds in Antarctica [p. 53]
>  Young researchers explore climate histories  [p. 54]
>  The atypical interglacial of MIS 11c and the long-term change in interglacial intensity over the past 800 kyr  [p. 55]
>  Fire science Learning AcRoss the Earth system (FLARE) workshop  [p. 56]
>  Human Traces: Holocene-scale lake sediment Pb records, a database and review  [p. 57]
 

Data stewardship report

>  Generating high-resolution chronological databases with varves and tephra  [p. 58]
>  The CoralHydro2k Seawater δ18O Database  [p. 59]
>  A Southern Ocean sea-surface temperature compilation for the Last Glacial Cycle  [p. 60]
>  A global database of carbon and oxygen isotopes for the last deglaciation  [p. 61]
 

Data stewardship

>  Spatial distribution of paleo records across Brazil: Clues for the changing climate and past civilizations  [p. 62]
 

Opinion

>  What defines an "early-career researcher" in the paleosciences?  [p. 63]
 

Publications
Author
Ailsa Chung, Niklas Kappelt, Florian Painer, Lison Soussaintjean, V. Holly L. Winton, Giulia Sinnl, Olivia L. Williams and I. Hernández-Almeida
PAGES Magazine
2023
Past Global Changes Magazine

Ice cores have become one of the golden standards in paleoclimate research. Because of the physical nature of their proxy records, their capacity to record past greenhouse (and non-greenhouse) gas concentrations, and their high time-resolution, they have become the focus of multiple PAGES working groups. Two early-career research networks, DEEPICE and ICYS, have contributed and edited this Past Global Changes Magazine issue, which contains 26 science highlights on ice cores and new developments in analytical techniques.

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> Front Cover
> Contents
> News

About this issue

> About this issue [p.55]

About us: DEEPICE

> Meet our guest editors [p.56] 

About us: ICYS

> Meet our guest editors [p.88]   

Editorial

> A European network of young ice-core scientists to develop new methods for the analysis of deep polar ice  [p.57]
Ailsa Chung, N. Kappelt, F. Painer and L. Soussaintjean

> Ice Core Young Scientists spotlight new developments in ice-core science [p.89]
V. Holly L. Winton, G. Sinnl and O.L. Williams

Science Highlights

>  On the role of precession in Quaternary glacial cycles [p.58-59]
Daniel F.J. Gunning, K.H. Nisancioglu, E. Capron and R.S.W. van de Wal

> Could there be 2 million year old ice at North Patch near Dome C, Antarctica? [p.60-61]
Ailsa Chung, F. Parrenin, R. Mulvaney and O. Eisen

> From precipitation to ice core: On the importance of surface processes for stable water-isotope records in East Antarctica [p.62-63]
Inès Ollivier, H.C. Steen-Larsen, M. Casado, B. Stenni and A. Landais

> Challenges of water isotope measurements on ice cores [p.64-65]
Eirini Malegiannaki, K.M. Peensoo, P. Bohleber and V. Gkinis

> How best to recover water-isotope data from ice cores [p.66-67]
Fyntan M. Shaw, T. Laepple and V. Gkinis

> Where does the mineral dust in Greenland ice come from? [p.68-69]
Geunwoo Lee, T. Erhardt and H. Fischer

> Organic tracers in ice: Untapped potential for specific biomarkers of past environment [p.70-71]
Hanne Ø. Notø

> Impurities in the ice matrix: Where are they, and why does it matter? [p.72-73]
Piers Larkman, N. Stoll, R. Rhodes and P. Bohleber

> Mapping ice microstructure: Advancements in Large Area Scanning Microscopy techniques [p.74-75]
Miguel Moreno, A. Lamott, S. Kipfstuhl and D. Dahl-Jensen

> Radionuclide-decay dating in ice cores [p.76-77]
Niklas Kappelt, R. Muscheler and E.W. Wolff

> What is controlling δO2/N2 variability in ice-cores records? [p.78-79]
Romilly Harris Stuart and Amaëlle Landais

> In situ production of N2O in ice challenges past N2O reconstructions [p.80-81]
Lison Soussaintjean, J. Schmitt and H. Fischer

>  Clathrate hydrates of air in polar ice and their importance for climate science [p.82-83]
Florian Painer, S. Kipfstuhl and I. Weikusat

> Investigating the unexplored paleoclimatic information of Greenland Ice Sheet basal materials [p.84-85]
Lisa Ardoin

> Exploring the origin of Antarctic precipitation for an improved climatic interpretation of ice-core records [p.86-87]
Qinggang Gao, L.C. Sime, M. Werner and E. Capron

> Analytical challenges and advancements in measuring individual mineral nanoparticles and microparticles entrapped in ice cores [p.90-91]
Madeleine Lomax-Vogt, S. Kutuzov, P. Gabrielli and J. W. Olesik

> Inspecting the radiative properties of insoluble impurities stored in ice cores [p.92-93]
Llorenç Cremonesi and Claudia Ravasio

> Exploring new molecular universes: How non-target screening analysis can open new perspectives in ice-core science [p.94-95]
François Burgay

> A whole ocean thermometer from atmospheric noble gas ratios [p.96-97]
Sarah Shackleton

> Extracting paleoclimate information from stratigraphically disturbed “oldest ice” [p.98-99]
Yuzhen Yan

> New perspectives on the isotopic paleothermometer [p.100-101]
Mathieu Casado and Anaïs J. Orsi

> Advances in triple oxygen isotope analysis and applications for ice-core paleoclimate science [p.102-103]
Lindsey Davidge

> Dive into the timescales of deep ice cores [p.104-105]
Marie Bouchet, A. Landais and F. Parrenin

> Radiocarbon dating of alpine ice cores [p.106-107]
Ling Fang, T.M. Jenk and M. Schwikowski

> Cosmogenic nuclide moraine chronologies from Patagonia: A globally synchronic response of mountain glaciers during Termination 1? [p.108-109]
Rodrigo L. Soteres, E.A. Sagredo, M.R. Kaplan, M.A. Martini, F.M. Riquelme and J.M. Schaefer

> Searching for the secrets of tipping points in Greenland ice cores [p.110-111]
John Slattery and Louise C. Sime

Program news

> Marine Arctic Diatoms working group [p.112]
> African Tree Ring Network for Resilience: Revealing climate change patterns and their impacts across wider spatial-temporal scales [p.113]

Fellowship Reports

> The combined use of paleoenvironmental reconstructions and glaciological modeling for assessing the effect of climatic variability on Andean cryospheric environments [p.114]
> Archaeological evidence of continuous occupation of the Southwest Maputo Province , Mozambique [p.115]  

Workshop reports

> 14th International Conference on Paleoceanography [p.116-117]
> 2k-CVAS Topical Science Meeting: Centennial climate variability at regional scale in models and reconstructions [p.118-119]
> Challenges and opportunities for paleo-informed ecosystem conservation in Asia [p.120]
> Setting a new research agenda for tropical peatlands, recent carbon accumulation and ecosystem services [p.121]
> Climate and Conflict Revisited: Perspectives from Past and Present [p.122]
> Paleo sea level and ice sheets for the Earth’s future [p.123]
> Geohistorical perspectives on functional connectivity patterns [p.124]
> Moving forward by looking back: Past and future volcanic impacts on climate and society [p.125]
> Harmonizing marine Arctic diatom taxonomy for improving paleoenvironmental reconstructions [p.126]
> Shedding light on current developments in Paleo-Ecological Genomics [p.127]
> MioOcean Temperature Synthesis Meeting 2 [p.128]

Data stewardship

> Building a controlled vocabulary for the international lipid biomarker database [p.129]

Obituary

> Claude Lorius (1932–2023) [p.130]

Publications
Author
Xavier Benito, Giorgia Camperio, Ignacio A. Jara, Estelle Razanatsoa and Iván Hernández-Almeida
PAGES Magazine
2023
Past Global Changes Magazine

Humans, social elements, and natural processes interact with each other and the environment through time. Understanding interactions and feedback mechanisms in these so-called past socio–environmental systems helps society to adapt, build resilience and develop more sustainable practices. This special issue contains articles describing past socio-environmental systems (SES) at a range of timescales, highlighting the need for interdisciplinarity and collaboration for advancing in this field of paleoscience.

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Editorial

> Advancing past socio–environmental systems [p.3]
Xavier Benito, Giorgia Camperio, Ignacio A. Jara, Estelle Razanatsoa and Iván Hernández-Almeida

Science Highlights

> Archaeoecology: Using archaeological data to study ecosystems of the human past [p.4-5]
Stefani A. Crabtree

> Connecting paleoecology and art: A novel approach to recall socio–ecological memories in inhabited volcanic settings [p.6-7]
Catalina González-Arango

> Integration of proxies in human–environmental systems: Paleoecology, paleoclimatology, and archaeology [p.8-9]
Macarena M. Zarza, X. Benito, C. Flores, S.K. Mandal, A. Maldonado and S.Y. Maezumi

> Situating past societies in their environments: Emerging techniques [p.10-11]
Simon E. Connor

> Environmental history of the northern Maya Lowlands: Evidence from a karstic lake [p.12-13]
Alejandra Rodriguez-Abaunza and Alex Correa-Metrio

> Speleothems as a novel tool to elucidate human–fire–ecosystem dynamics in tropical Australian savanna [p.14-15]
Elena Argiriadis, R.F. Denniston, S. Ondei and D.M.J.S Bowman

> Pre-Columbian legacy and modern land use in the Bolivian Amazon [p.16-17]
Umberto Lombardo

> Interactions between past societies and environmental change in the Lake Titicaca region (tropical Andes) [p.18-19]
Christophe Delaere, S. Guédron and S.C. Fritz

> Past synchronies, asynchronies, and collations between naturally and anthropogenically driven changes in northern Chile [p.20-21]
Antonio Maldonado, C. Méndez and M. Uribe

> Human–environment interactions in south Asian watersheds over the last 100 years: A multi-disciplinary analysis of talavs [p.22-23]
Atreyee Bhattacharya, J.S Leonard-Pingel, S. Sarkar, G. Arora, R. Ray, A. Ambilili, A.V. Michelson, P.K. Mishra, M. Desimone, S. Chakraborty, P. Sabale, K. Bajaj, A. Bhattacharya, R. Balaji and A. Bazaz

> Paleoenvironmental change and human activity at Okomu National Park, Nigeria [p.24-25]
Emuobosa A. Orijemie, T.O. Ayelagbe, A.S. Diya, A.J. Ibirogb and E.T. Olaleye

> Newly discovered Plio-Pleistocene sites in west Mt. Kenya: Potential tropical high elevation refugia?  [p.26-27]
Rahab N. Kinyanjui, A. Grossman, F. M. Kirera, V. Waweru, N.R. Malit, C. Omuombo, H. Mashaka L.N. Chege,F. Nderitu and R. Kinyua

> Insight into the 4.2 ka event records in northeast India: A global connection and the geological evidence [p.28-29]
Nivedita Mehrotra and Santosh K. Shah

> pSESYNTH project: Community mobilization for a multi-disciplinary paleo database of the Global South [p.30-31]
Charuta Kulkarni, I.A. Jara, M. Chevalier, A.A. Isa, K. Alinezhad, S.O. Brugger, M.M.E. Bunbury, C. Cordero-Oviedo, C. Courtney-Mustaphi, P. Echeverría-Galindo, T. Ensafi Moghaddam, V. Ferrara, F. Garcia-Rodriguez, P. Gitau, M. Hannaford, A. Herbert, A. Hernández, B. Jalali, D. K. Jha, R.N. Kinyanjui, G. Koren, H. Mackay, C.A. Mansilla, O. Margalef, S. Mukhopadhyay, O. Onafeso, P. Riris, A. Rodriguez-Abaunza, P. Rodríguez-Zorro, S. Saeidi, A. S. Ratnayake, C. Seitz, M. Spate, C. Vásquez and X. Benito

Fellowship Reports

> Interrogating the digital eye: Building capacity to analyze and interpret sedimentary charcoal records from African grassy biomes [p.32]
> Paleoecology of mangroves along the Kenyan coast [p.33]
> Phylogenetic diversity in space: A tool to evaluate the effect of paleoclimate on terrestrial biota [p.34]
> Lake sedimentary DNA research: Extending the sedaDNA network across Latin America [p.35]
> Fog-dependent forests in southern Atacama face threat from drought [p.36]
> Dendrochronological potential of Tarara colorada (Platymiscium ulei Harms) in tropical dry forests of Bolivia [p.37]

Opinion

> Challenges and opportunities of communicating interdisciplinary paleoscience: An early-career researchers’ perspective [p.38]

> Advice on how to organize an ECR workshop: Lessons learned during PASES 2022 [p.39]

Workshop reports

> The warm Pliocene: Bridging the geological data and modeling communities [p.40]
> Numerical ecology and time series analysis of marine proxy data [p.41]
> A synthesis of Cenozoic paleoceanographic proxies for seawater oxygenation [p.42]
> Boron-CO2 workshop: Testing and extending the limits of the foraminiferal boron proxy for seawater pH and atmospheric CO2 reconstructions [p.43]
> Human traces in lake sediments: Towards a database for extracting regional signals [p.44]
> International Association of Limnogeologists - International Paleolimnology Association joint meeting: Lagos, Memorias del Territorio [p.45]
> Ice Core Science at the three Poles [p.46]
> Interglacials of the 41 kyr-world and the Middle Pleistocene Transition [p.47]
> Early-career researchers embrace interdisciplinary paleosciences: The joint PAGES–INQUA workshop [p.48]

 

Data stewardship

> News from paleoscience data organizations [p.49]
> The Peatland Paleo Proxy Database [p.50]
> Advancing Last Interglacial and Holocene sea-level databases [p.51]

 

Publications
Author
Chadwick M, Kohfeld KE, Leventer A, Pieńkowski A, Zimmermann H & Eggleston S
PAGES Magazine
2022
Past Global Changes Magazine

Understanding past, present, and future changes in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice is crucial to understanding a wide range of interconnected impacts. This special issue contains articles describing novel proxies and reconstructions of sea ice at a range of timescales from both poles, highlighting some state-of-the-art knowledge in this field.

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> Guest editors: Sea ice in the polar regions

> Guest editors: Early-career perspectives on ice-core science

Editorial

> Editorial: Sea ice in the polar regions [p.69]

Matthew Chadwick, K.E. Kohfeld, A. Leventer, A. Pieńkowski and H. Zimmermann

Science Highlights

> Sea ice in the satellite era [p.70-71]

Walter N. Meier

> An Inuit sea-ice-change atlas from Mittimatalik, Nunavut [p.72-73]

Katherine Wilson, A. Arreak, Sikumiut Committee and T. Bell

> Understanding differences in Antarctic sea-ice-extent reconstructions in the Ross, Amundsen, and Bellingshausen seas since 1900 [p.74-75]

Ryan L. Fogt, Q. Dalaiden and M.S. Zarembka

> Sea ice: An extraordinary and unique, yet fragile, biome [p.76-77]

Letizia Tedesco and Eric Post

> Sedimentary ancient DNA (sedaDNA) as a new paleo proxy to investigate organismal responses to past environmental changes in Antarctica [p.78-79]

Linda Armbrecht

> Getting to the core of sea-ice reconstructions: Tracing Arctic sea ice using sedimentary ancient DNA [p.80-81]

Sara Harðardóttir, J.R. Evans, D.M. Grant and J.L. Ray

> Snow petrel stomach-oil deposits as a new biological archive of Antarctic sea ice [p.82-83]

Erin L. McClymont, M.J. Bentley, D.A. Hodgson, C.L. Spencer-Jones, T. Wardley, M.D. West, I.W. Croudace, S. Berg, D.R. Gröcke, G. Kuhn, S.S.R. Jamieson, L.C. Sime and R.A. Phillips

> Wood, whales, and the water's edge: Three proxies for interpreting past sea-ice conditions on arctic beaches [p.84-85]

F. Chantel Nixon

> Reconstructing Antarctic sea ice from 130,000 years ago [p.86-87]

Matthew Chadwick

> The importance of glacial-interglacial Antarctic sea-ice reconstructions in understanding atmospheric CO2 variability [p.88-89]

Jacob Jones, K.E. Kohfeld, H. Bostock and X. Crosta

> Past glacial-interglacial changes in Arctic Ocean sea-ice conditions [p.90-91]

Ruediger Stein, A. Kremer and K. Fahl

> Last Interglacial Arctic sea ice as simulated by the latest generation of climate models [p.92-93]

Marie Sicard, A.M. de Boer and L.C. Sime

> Quaternary Arctic sea-ice cover: Mostly perennial with seasonal openings during interglacials [p.94-95]

Anne de Vernal and Claude Hillaire-Marcel

Editorial

> Editorial: Early-career perspectives on ice-core science [p.97]

Jessica Badgeley, T.J. Fudge, B. Koffman and S. Rupper

Science Highlights

> From drilling to data: Retrieval, transportation, analysis, and long-term storage of ice-core samples [p.98-99]

Lindsey Davidge, H.L. Brooks and M.L. Mah

> Putting the time in time machine: Methods to date ice cores [p.100-101]

Kaden C. Martin, S. Barnett, T.J. Fudge and M.E. Helmick

> Our frozen past: Ice-core insights into Earth's climate history [p.102-103]

Kathleen A. Wendt, H.I. Bennett, A.J. Carter and J.C. Marks Peterson

> Ice-core records of atmospheric composition and chemistry [p.104-105]

Asmita Banerjee, Ben E. Riddell-Young and Ursula A. Jongebloed

> Fire trapped in ice: An introduction to biomass burning records from high-alpine and polar ice cores [p.106-107]

Sandra O. Brugger, Liam Kirkpatrick and Laurence Y. Yeung

> Ice-core records of human impacts on the environment [p.108-109]

Sophia M. Wensman, J.D. Morgan and K. Keegan

> The living record: Considerations for future biological studies of ice cores [p.110-111]

Madelyne C. Willis, N. Chellman and H.J. Smith

> Firn: Applications for the interpretation of ice-core records and estimation of ice-sheet mass balance [p.112-113]

Drake McCrimmon, A. Ihle, K. Keegan and S. Rupper

> What can deep ice, water, sediments, and bedrock at the ice–bed interface tell us? [p.114-115]

Caleb K. Walcott, E. Erwin and B.H. Hills

> Ice-core constraints on past sea-level change [p.116-117]

Andrew J. Christ, J.R. Andreasen and J. Toller

Fellowship reports

> West African paleoclimate reconstruction from estuary mangrove sediments [p.118]

> Anthropogenic effects on climate and hydrology of Central Brazil [p.119]

> The palynology and paleoenvironment of the coastal environment of Southern Nigeria in the Holocene [p.120]

Opinion

> SEDI-SHARE: A new community initiative to promote sediment sample sharing [p.121]

Workshop reports

> Studying the past, early-career researchers gather in the virtual world for a better future [p.122]

> Learning from the past for a sustainable future [p.123]

> Toward a more inclusive and diverse PAGES community [p.124]

> Understanding past hydrological changes in Africa since the Last Glacial Maximum [p.125]

> SISAL Phase 2: Towards a global compilation of speleothem trace element records [p.126]

> Climate Change: The Karst Record IX conference (KR9) [p.127]

> Low oxygen in coastal and marine waters [p.128]

> Gathering an interdisciplinary community to explore carbon-cycle complexities over the history of the Earth [p.129]

> The European Pollen Database in Neotoma: Expanding horizons to new proxy communities [p.130]

Data stewardship

> PAGES 2k data portal and the LiPDverse [p.131]

 

Publications
Author
Eds: Gillson L, Whitlock C, Gell P, Prader S, Tinner W & Eggleston S
PAGES Magazine
2022
Past Global Changes Magazine

2021 marked the beginning of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, aiming to prevent, halt and reverse the degradation of ecosystems worldwide. Honoring this important initiative, this issue of PAGES Magazine highlights the immense, and largely untapped, potential for synergy between paleoecology and restoration ecology. Examples illustrate the importance of paleoecology in establishing restoration “baselines” or reference conditions, determining the degree of anthropogenic impact, maintaining cultural landscapes, managing fire, and restoring missing ecosystem processes such as herbivory and pollination. This issue highlights opportunities to seamlessly integrate paleoecology and neo-ecology alongside other disciplines and knowledge streams, thereby contributing to the mainstreaming of long-term data into restoration ecology and biodiversity conservation.

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> Contents

> News

Editorial

> Editorial: Mainstreaming paleoecology into ecosystem restoration [p.3]

Lindsey Gillson, C. Whitlock, P. Gell, S. Prader and W. Tinner

Science Highlights

> Multiple baselines for restoration ecology [p.4-5]

Sandra Nogué, L. de Nascimento, W.D. Gosling, N.J.D. Loughlin, E. Montoya and J.M. Wilmshurst

> Paleoecology-guided ecosystem management and restoration in the Western Mediterranean [p.6-7]

César Morales-Molino and Christoph Schwörer

> The value of long-term history of small and fragmented old-growth forests for restoration ecology [p.8-9]

Walter Finsinger, E. Cagliero, D. Morresi, L. Paradis, M. Čurović, M. Garbarino, N. Marchi, F. Meloni, V. Spalević, E. Lingua and R. Motta

> Understanding and enabling variability in wetlands [p.10-11]

Max Finlayson and Peter Gell

> How paleoecology can support peatland restoration [p.12-13]

Katarzyna Marcisz, S. Czerwiński, M. Lamentowicz, D. Łuców and M. Słowińskite, J.F. González-Rouco, R. Neukom and A. Schurer

> The future of the past: Applications of paleoecological findings in peatland restoration in Indonesia [p.14-15]

K. Anggi Hapsari, T.C. Jennerjahn and H. Behling

> The use of paleoecological data in mire and moorland conservation [p.16-17]

Frank M. Chambers

> Paleoecology helps optimize restoration efforts by identifying unrealistic pre-anthropic targets [p.18-19]

Valentí Rull

> Towards integrating paleoecological and traditional knowledge to preserve the Ethiopian Ericaceous belt [p.20-21]

Graciela Gil-Romera, M. Fekadu, L. Bittner, M. Zech, H.F. Lamb, L. Opgenoorth, S. Demissew, Z. Woldu and G. Miehe

> The role of paleoecology in restoring and managing the Patagonian landscape [p.22-23]

William P. Nanavati, C. Whitlock and A. Holz

> Millennial-scale perspective on biodiversity conservation of the forest-steppe ecotone in Europe [p.24-25]

Thomas Giesecke, Petr Kuneš and L.S. Shumilovskikh

> Paleoecological records inform conservation management in New Zealand [p.26-27]

Janet M. Wilmshurst and Jamie R. Wood

> Using the knowledge of past ecosystem turnover to inform restoration efforts: A case study from Nigeria [p.28-29]

Matthew A. Adeleye, S.E. Connor, S.G. Haberle and P.A. Adeonipekun

> Challenges to forest restoration in an era of unprecedented climate and wildfire activity in Rocky Mountain subalpine forests [p.30-31]

Philip E. Higuera, S. Crausbay, B. Shuman and K. Wolf

Internship report

> Sociological analysis of the PAGES network [p.32]

Chloé Dhaille, L. Ogorzelec and B. Vannière

Editorial

> Socio-ecological approaches to conservation [p.33]

Daniele Colombaroli and Evan Larson

Special Section

> Higher fuel loads and more fire follow removal of Indigenous cultural burning across southeast Australia [p.34-35]

Michela Mariani, S Connor, M.-S. Fletcher, A. Romano and S.Y. Maezumi

> Blending tree-ring fire-scar records and Indigenous memory in northern Minnesota, USA [p.36-37]

Lane B. Johnson, E.R. Larson, K.G. Gill and J. Savage

> Landscape conservation and the ancient technique of pastoral fire in the western Pyrenees [p.38-39]

Michael R. Coughlan, T.L. Gragson and D.S. Leigh

> Socio-ecological vulnerability and adaptation of southwestern Malagasy to changing environment and climate [p.40-41]

Estelle Razanatsoa and Lindsey Gillson

> Combining paleoecological and archaeological records to inform fire management and ecosystem conservation in Killarney National Park, Ireland [p.42-43]

Donna Hawthorne, D. Colombaroli and F.J.G. Mitchell

> Paleoscience–policy "commons": Connecting the past to a sustainable future in a human-dominated tropical biodiversity hotspot [p.44-45]

Charuta Kulkarni and Dhanya Bhaskar

> Future fire predictions in light of millennial fire regime variability in Corsica, France [p.46-47]

Marion Lestienne, C. Hély, I. Jouffroy-Bapicot, T. Curt and B. Vannière

> Transforming tree-ring research through collaborations with Indigenous peoples [p.48-49]

Kelsey Copes-Gerbitz, W. Spearing and L.D. Daniels

> Working with: The ethics and practices of engaging Indigenous peoples in scientific research [p.50-51]

Kayla M. de Freitas, G.A. Winter, T. A. Kennedy, A. Johnny and J. Mistry

Program News

> Phase 4 of the PAGES 2k Network: Hydroclimate of the Common Era [p.52]

> The second phase of the Cycle of Sea-Ice Dynamics in the Earth System (C-SIDE) working group [p.53]

> Q-MARE working group [p.54]

> Expanding PlioVAR to PlioMioVAR [p.55]

Workshop Reports

> Towards reliable proxy-based reconstructions: Community perspectives and criteria for the ACME database [p.56]

> Unraveling the complex relationship between solid-Earth deformation and ice-sheet change [p.57]

> An update on advances in paleoscience in the Carpathian-Balkan region [p.58]

> PAIGE: Chronologies for Polar Paleoclimate Archives – Kickoff conference of a new Italian–German partnership project [p.59]

> C-PEAT at COP26 [p.60]​​​​​​​

> LandCover6k [p.61]

Data Stewardship

> Data stewardship projects underway [p.62]​​​​​​​

> What can APIs do for you? [p.63]

Publications
Author
Eds: Valdes PJ, Braconnot P, Meissner KJ & Eggleston S
PAGES Magazine
2021
Past Global Changes Magazine

This issue of Past Global Changes Magazine celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project (PMIP). PMIP started the same year that PAGES was formed and has been hugely influential in focusing the paleoclimate modeling and data communities on key aspects of past change and the link to future climate change. This issue presents the story of its formation, some of the key results and impact of the research, and a discussion of the very latest results and future initiatives.

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Editorial

> Editorial: Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project [p.63]

Paul J. Valdes, P. Braconnot and K.J. Meissner

Science Highlights

> PMIP: Looking back to its first phase [p.64-65]

Sylvie Joussaume and Karl E. Taylor

> PMIP key dates and achievements over the last 30 years [p.66-67]

Pascale Braconnot, M. Kageyama, S.P. Harrison, B.L. Otto-Bliesner, A. Abe-Ouchi, M. Willé, J.-Y. Peterschmitt and N. Caud

> The contributions of PMIP to the IPCC assessment reports [p.68-79]

Masa Kageyama, A. Abe-Ouchi, J. Annan, P. Braconnot, C. Brierley, J. Fidel Gonzalez-Rouco, J. Hargreaves, S.P. Harrison, S. Joussaume, D.J. Lunt, B. Otto-Bliesner, M. Rojas Corradi

> Paleoclimatic data syntheses from the terrestrial realm: History and prospects [p.70-71]

Patrick J. Bartlein and Thompson Webb III

> Simulating the Common Era: The Past2k working group of PMIP [p.72-73]

Johann H. Jungclaus, O. Bothe, E. Garcia-Bustamante, J.F. González-Rouco, R. Neukom and A. Schurer

> Simulating the mid-Holocene in PMIP [p.74-75]

Chris Brierley and Qiong Zhang

> The 8.2 kyr event: Benchmarking climate model sensitivity to ice-sheet melt [p.76-77]

Lauren J. Gregoire and Carrie Morrill

> New PMIP challenges: Simulations of deglaciations and abrupt Earth system changes [p.78-79]

Ruza F. Ivanovic, E. Capron and L.J. Gregoire

> Modeling the climate of the Last Glacial Maximum from PMIP1 to PMIP4 [p.80-81]

Masa Kageyama, A. Abe-Ouchi, T. Obase, G. Ramstein and P.J. Valdes

> The last glacial ocean: The challenge of comparing multiproxy data synthesis with climate simulations [p.82-83]

Lukas Jonkers, K. Rehfeld, M. Kageyama and M. Kucera

> PMIP contributions to understanding the deep ocean circulation of the Last Glacial Maximum [p.84-85]

Sam Sherriff-Tadano and Marlene Klockmann

> Mineral dust in PMIP simulations: A short review [p.86-87]

Fabrice Lambert and Samuel Albani

> PMIP-carbon: A model intercomparison effort to better understand past carbon cycle changes [p.88-89]

Nathaelle Bouttes, F. Lhardy, D.M. Roche and T. Mandonnet

> Towards a better understanding of the latest warm climate: The PMIP Last Interglacial Working Group [p.90-91]

Bette L. Otto-Bliesner, P. Scussolini, E. Capron, M. Kageyama and A. Zhao

> PlioMIP: The Pliocene Model Intercomparison Project [p.92-93]

Alan M. Haywood, H.J. Dowsett, J.C. Tindall, PlioMIP1 and PlioMIP2 participants

> DeepMIP: The Deep-Time Model Intercomparison Project [p.94-95]

Daniel J. Lunt, M. Huber, B.L. Otto-Bliesner, W.-L. Chan, D.K. Hutchinson, J.-B. Ladant, P. Morozova, I. Niezgodzki, S. Steinig, Z. Zhang and J. Zhu

> Paleomonsoon modeling within PMIP: Recent progress and future directions [p.96-97]

Jian Liu, L. Ning, M. Yan, W. Sun, K. Chen and Y. Qin

> Interannual-to-interdecadal variability in PMIP simulations at the local to global scale [p.98-99]

Kira Rehfeld and Josephine Brown

> PMIP Past to Future Working Group [p.100-101]

Julia C. Hargreaves

Program News

> PaleoEcoGen: Unlocking the power of ancient environmental DNA to understand past ecological trends [p.102]

> PEOPLE 3000 working group [p.103]

Workshop Reports

> Modeling long-term human–environment feedback loops during the Holocene [p.104]

> Socio-environmental histories and interdisciplinary perspectives on the resilience of the Andean tropical forests of Colombia [p.105]

> Past global changes as indicators for future changes and strategies for sustainability [p.106]

> Beyond paleoclimate ping pong [p.107]

 

Publications
Author
Eds: Fischer H, Fritz S, Evans MN & Eggleston S
PAGES Magazine
2021
Past Global Changes Magazine

This issue of Past Global Changes Magazine celebrates the 30th anniversary of the PAGES project. Since its formation in 1991, PAGES has been at the forefront of paleoscience research. Here we present both a retrospective look at the past 30 years, and also look to the future in the special section led by the PAGES Early-Career Network.

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Editorial

 > For she's a jolly good fellow: Happy Birthday, PAGES! [p.3]

Hubertus Fischer, S. Fritz and M.N. Evans

Science Highlights

 > A 30-year multi-proxy reconstruction of PAGES' history [p.4-6]

Thorsten Kiefer and Marie-France Loutre

 > Past Global Changes: 30 years of paleoscience to help save the planet [p.7-9]

Hubertus Fischer, S. Fritz and A. Mix

 > Looking forward [p.10-12]

Michael N. Evans, W. Tinner, Z. Jian, B. Vannière, S. Eggleston and M.-F. Loutre

 > SynTRACE-21: Synthesis of Transient Climate Evolution of the last 21,000 years [p.13-15]

Zhengyu Liu, B.L. Otto-Bliesner, P.U. Clark, J. Lynch-Stieglitz and J.M. Russell

 > Global climate goes regional, and vice versa: Reflecting on 14 years of the PAGES 2k Network [p.16-17]

Nerilie Abram, D. Kaufman, H. McGregor, B. Martrat, O. Bothe and H. Linderholm

 > PALSEA: 13 years of ice-sheet and sea-level science [p.18-20]

Alessio Rovere and Andrea Dutton

 > Fabulous interglacials: A timeline of the PIGS and QUIGS working groups [p.21-23]

Chronis Tzedakis, L. Menviel, E. Capron, B.L. Otto-Bliesner, J.F. McManus, D. Raynaud and E. Wolff

 > Fire history of an inhabited Earth: Experiences from the PAGES Global Paleofire Working Group [p.24-26]

Boris Vannière, D. Colombaroli and M.J. Power

 > Obituary: Govind Ballabh Pant (1945–2020) [p.27]

Rupa Kumar Kolli

 > Memories ... [p.28-29]

Anne-Christine Clottu Vogel, S. Colman, M.-F. Loutre, M.N. Evans, H. Wanner, P. Francus, T. Meloth, L. von Gunten and A. Maldonado Castro

 > Former co-chairs reminisce about their tenure [p.30-32]

Bob Wasson, T. Pedersen, J. Brigham-Grette, H. Wanner, H. Fischer and S. Fritz

 

Special section: The future of past global change research

 

Editorial

 > Highlighting the future of past global change research [p.33]

Stella J. Alexandroff, A. Bonk, M.J. Mette and T. Trofimova

Science Highlights

 > Pliocene sea level revisited: Is there more than meets the eye? [p.34-35]

Georgia R. Grant and Tim R. Naish

 > Exploring novel ice-core proxies for paleoclimate reconstruction in the sub-Antarctic [p.36-37]

Amy C.F. King and Dieter R. Tetzner

 > Long-term peatland dynamics and effects of peatland-mediated feedbacks on the climate system [p.38-39]

Nitin Chaudhary

 > The enigma and complexity of landscape dynamics in Chinese deserts: From case studies to big data [p.40-41]

Peng Liang, H. Li, Y. Zhou, X. Fu, L. Mackenzie and D. Zhang

 > Human activities disturb lake sediment records of past flood frequencies [p.42-43]

William Rapuc, P. Sabatier and F. Arnaud

 > Climate and environmental changes in the Mt. Kenya region [p.44-45]

Christine A. Omuombo

 > A window into the Anthropocene through lake-sediment records in central Chile [p.46-47]

Magdalena Fuentealba, C. Latorre, M. Frugone-Álvarez, P. Sarricolea and B. Valero-Garcés

 > Archives of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation: A coral point of view [p.48-49]

Allison E. Lawman, J.W. Partin and S.G. Dee

 > Data-based evaluation of paleoclimate records from the terrestrial Indian region: Opportunities and gaps [p.50-51]

Nikita Kaushal, Y. Kulkarni, P. Srivastava, S. Rawat and S. Managave

 > An approach to collaboration through horizon scanning in the field of sclerochronology [p.52-53]

Madelyn J. Mette, T. Trofimova, S.J. Alexandroff and E. Tray

Program News

 > DiverseK – Integrating diverse knowledge systems for environmental policy [p.54]

 > Exploring past human impacts over time and space [p.55]

Workshop Reports

 > Glacial terminations: Processes and feedbacks [p.56]

 > PMIP2020 Conference [p.57]

 > Virtual Past Socio-Environmental Systems: An interdisciplinary ECR workshop [p.58]

Opinion

 > Towards increased interoperability of paleoenvironmental observation data [p.59] 

Publications
Author
Eds: Camenisch C, White S, Pei Q, Huhtamaa H & Eggleston S
PAGES Magazine
2020
Past Global Changes Magazine

Historical climatology is the interdisciplinary research field that reconstructs past climates and weather and their societal impacts on the basis of written and physical records produced by people. This issue of Past Global Changes Magazine presents papers on the current state of research in several world regions, as well as on new methods and the analysis of new sources in the field. It is a product of the PAGES Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies (CRIAS) working group.

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Editorial

> Editorial: Recent results and new perspectives in historical climatology: An overview [p.35]
Chantal Camenisch, S. White, Q. Pei and H. Huhtamaa

Science Highlights

> Recent developments of historical climatology in Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe [p.36-37]
Andrea Kiss, R. Brázdil, M. Barriendos, C. Camenisch and S. Enzi

> Historical climatology in Western and Northern Europe: State-of-the-art, typical documentary data and methods [p.38-39]
Chantal Camenisch, H. Huhtamaa, N. Maughan and C. Rohr

> Archives of societies and historical climatology in East and Southeast Asia [p.40-41]
Fiona Williamson and Qing Pei

> Historical climatology in Africa: A state of the art [p.42-43]
David J. Nash and Matthew J. Hannaford

> Attribution of historical societal impacts and adaptations to climate and extreme events: Integrating quantitative and qualitative perspectives [p.44-45]
Sam White and Qing Pei

> Flood hazard assessment from alluvial sediments: Data from sedimentology to place names [p.46-47]
Antony G. Brown, B. Pears, P. Toms, J. Carroll, J. Wood and R. Jones

> Surprising eastern perspectives: Historical climatology and Rus'ian narrative sources [p.48-49]
Adrian Jusupović and Martin Bauch

> Combining the archives of nature and society: Tree rings and tithes [p.50-51]
Heli Huhtamaa, S. Helama, L. Leijonhufvud and F. Charpentier Ljungqvist

> Winter freeze-up and summer break-up in Nunatsiavut, Canada, from 1770 to 1910 [p.52-53]
Marie-Michèle Ouellet-Bernier and Anne de Vernal

> Arab Islamic historical documents as a climatological source in the Maghreb [p.54-55]
Yassin Meklach

> The potential of written sources for a historical climatology of the Middle East during the Mamluk era [p.56-57]
Undine Ott

> A preliminary global inventory of historical documentary evidence related to climate since the 14th century [p.58-59]
Angela-Maria Burgdorf

Program News

> SISAL achievements and future initiatives [p.60]
> Climate Variability Across Scales (CVAS): Phase Two [p.61]
> The International Paleofire Network (IPN) [p.62]
> The DEEPICE research and training network [p.63]
> Early-career researchers' perceptions of PAGES working groups [p.64]
> PAGES ECN develops activity clusters: A new structure to support global networking [p.65]
> PAGES 2k Network community survey [p.66]

Workshop Report

> Paleo sea-level science is advancing through Earth- and ice-process insights, but key questions linger [p.67]

 

Publications
Author
Eds: Cheddadi R, Báez S, Normand S, Payne D, Taberlet P & Eggleston S
PAGES Magazine
2020
Past Global Changes Magazine

Conservation policies for preserving biodiversity under ongoing climate change require historical data and hindcasting models to better understand modern processes and more accurately predict potential future changes. This PAGES magazine issue is multidisciplinary and aims to highlight possible contributions of paleodata to conservation initiatives, as these data contain a wealth of information about past climate changes in terms of trends, abruptness, and velocity, and on plants' diversity down to their infraspecific level.

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Editorial

> Editorial: Past plant diversity changes and future conservation issues [p.3]
Rachid Cheddadi, S. Báez, S. Normand, D. Payne and P. Taberlet

Science Highlights

> Past and future contexts for climate and water-cycle variability, and consequences for the biosphere [p.4-5]
Pascale Braconnot and Françoise Vimeux

> How the Asian subtropical area became evergreen since the Last Glacial Maximum [p.6-7]
Zhuo Zheng, K. Huang, Q. Wan and R. Cheddadi

> Past climate changes and the role of refugia in the temperate Northern Hemisphere [p.8-9]
Rachid Cheddadi and Keith D. Bennett

> Next generation sequencing, phylogeography, and paleoecology [p.10-11]
Gentile F. Ficetola and Pierre Taberlet

> Survival and spread of arctic plants in response to climate change: DNA-based evidence [p.12-13]
Inger G. Alsos, M.E. Edwards and C.L. Clarke

> Ancient DNA from lakes: Insights into plant response to past climate changes [p.14-15]
Laura Parducci

> Modeling past plant species' distributions in mountainous areas: A way to improve our knowledge of future climate change impacts? [p.16-17]
Louis François and Alain Hambuckers

> Past changes in species diversity: A view from the mountains [p.18-19]
Davnah Payne, C. Hoorn, C. Randin and S.G.A. Flantua

> Using paleoecology to inform restoration and conservation of endangered heathlands [p.20-21]
Cherié J. Dirk and Lindsey Gillson

> Mountain science poised to help ecotourism in Peruvian cloud forests [p.22-23]
Fausto O. Sarmiento, M.B. Bush, W. Church, P. VanValkenburgh, M. Oliva, E. Delgado, S. Fernandez and N. Rojas

> Columbus' footprint: Land-use change before and after European incursion in Hispaniola [p.24-25]
Alvaro Castilla-Beltrán, H. Hooghiemstra, M.L.P. Hoogland, J. Pagán-Jiménez, B. van Geel, M.H. Field, M. Prins, T. Donders, E. Herrera Malatesta, J. Ulloa Hung, C.H. McMichael, W.D. Gosling and C.L. Hofman

Workshop Reports

> Relaunching the African Pollen Database: Abrupt change in climate and ecosystems [p.26]
> Exploiting the SISALv2 database for evaluating climate processes [p.27]
> Is the El Niño-Southern Oscillation changing? Lessons from the past [p.28]
> Tropical ocean hydroclimate and temperature from coral archives [p.29]
> Integrating documentary evidence into climate reconstruction and impact studies [p.30]
> Floods in a warmer world: Insights from paleohydrology [p.31]

Publications
Author
Eds: Gottschalk J, Zhang X, Burke A & Eggleston S
PAGES Magazine
2019
Past Global Changes Magazine

This issue of Past Global Changes Magazine highlights the paleoceanographic proxies and Earth system modeling studies used to reconstruct and understand changes in these processes over a range of climate states, from the Last Glacial Maximum 20,000 years ago to the warm climates of the early Cenozoic more than 55 million years ago, and the recent progress and ongoing challenges in reconstructing these changes, with an aim to inspire further research in these fields. It is a contribution to the PAGES OC3 working group.

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Editorial

> Editorial: Old problems and new challenges in understanding past ocean circulation and carbon-cycle changes [p.47]

Julia Gottschalk, X. Zhang and A. Burke

Science Highlights

> Benthic foraminiferal stable carbon isotope constraints on deglacial ocean circulation and carbon-cycle changes [p.48-49]

Carlye Peterson, G. Gebbie, L.E. Lisiecki, J. Lynch-Stieglitz, D. Oppo, J. Muglia, J. Repschläger and A. Schmittner

> Millennial to centennial changes in deep-ocean ventilation during the last deglaciation [p.50-51]

Tianyu Chen and Laura F. Robinson

> Ice-age storage of respired carbon in the Pacific Ocean [p.52-53]

Allison W. Jacobel, R.F. Anderson, B.A.A. Hoogakker and S.L. Jaccard

> Revealing past ocean circulation with neodymium isotopes [p.54-55]

Patrick Blaser, M. Frank and T. van de Flierdt

> Pa/Th as a (paleo)circulation tracer: A North Atlantic perspective [p.56-57]

Laura F. Robinson, G.M. Henderson, H.C. Ng and J.F. McManus

> Boron in CaCO3 as a record of past seawater carbonate chemistry [p.58-59]

Michael J. Henehan and Hana Jurikova

> The deglacial rise in atmospheric CO2: A (not so) simple balance equation [p.60-61]

Katrin J. Meissner and Laurie Menviel

> Data constraints on ocean-carbon cycle feedbacks at the mid-Pleistocene transition [p.62-63]

Jesse R. Farmer, S.L. Goldstein, L.L. Haynes, B. Hönisch, J. Kim, L. Pena, M. Jaume-Seguí and M. Yehudai

> Modeling perspectives on the mid-Pleistocene transition [p.64-65]

Matteo Willeit and Andrey Ganopolski

> Long eccentricity cycles in oceanic carbon reservoir [p.66-67]

Pinxian Wang and Jun Tian

> The influence of circulation change on sedimentary records of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum [p.68-69]

Donald E. Penman and Sandra Kirtland Turner

Program News

> Arctic Cryosphere Change and Coastal Marine Ecosystems working group [p.70]

> Cycles of Sea-Ice Dynamics in the Earth System working group [p.71]

> Understanding long-term human-climate-ecosystem interactions for sustainability [p.72]

> Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies working group [p.73]

Workshop Reports

> Mapping past land use in Europe for climate modeling [p.74]

> Holocene land cover and land use in South and Southeast Asia for climate modeling [p.75]

> 4th Summer School on Speleothem Science (S4) [p.76]

> Peatland ecosystem services during the Anthropocene and beyond [p.77]

> Human paleobiogeography and the synchrony of social-ecological systems on Earth [p.78]

> European Association of Archaeologists 25 years: Beyond paradigms [p.79]

> Climatic and hydrological extremes: Linking the instrumental period of the last decades with the more distant past [p.80]

> Understanding volcanic impacts through time [p.81]

> How hot was the Holocene? [p.82]

> Past climate changes and human adaptation [p.83]

> Warm extremes: Marine Isotope Stage 5e and its relevance for the future [p.84]

> Big data: Challenges and solutions of archiving over 130,000 years of sea-level change [p.85]

> Understanding glacial-interglacial changes in Southern Ocean sea ice [p.86]

> Under the Southern Cross: 13th International Conference on Paleoceanography [p.87]

> Toward community resources for paleoclimate data assimilation, reanalysis, and proxy system modeling [p.88]

> Climatic modes of variability over the Holocene: Model-data synergies to improve future projections [p.89]

> Paleoscience Symposium: Paleoclimates and Paleoenvironments [p.90]

> Demystifying the grant writing process for early-career paleoscientists [p.91]