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Pollard OG, Barlow NLM, Gregoire L, Gomez N, Cartelle V, Ely JC and Astfalck LC
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2023
The Cryosphere

Preprint. Discussion started: 19 January 2023

The authors acknowledge PALSEA, a working group of the International Union for Quaternary Sciences (INQUA) and Past Global Changes (PAGES), which in turn received support from the Swiss Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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Hollyday A, Austermann J, Lloyd A, Hoggard M, Richards F and Rovere A
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2023
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems

This article was written by members of the PALSEA working group. 

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Walker JS, Khan NS, Shaw TA, Barber DC, Switzer AD and Horton BJ
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2023
Journal of Foraminiferal Research

The authors acknowledge PALSEA (Palaeo-Constraints on Sea-Level Rise), a working group of the International Union for Quaternary Sciences (INQUA), and Past Global Changes (PAGES), which in turn received support from the Swiss Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

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Li F, Gaillard M-J, Cao X, Herzschuh U, Sugita S, Ni J, Zhao Y, An C, Huang X, Li Y, Liu H, Sun A and Yao Y
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2023
Earth System Science Data

Furong Li and Marie-José Gaillard conceptualized and coordinated the study as a contribution to the PAGES working group “LandCover6k”. 

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Rovere A, Ryan DD, Vacchi M, Dutton A, Simms AR and Murray-Wallace CV
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2023
Earth System Science Data

The data used in this study were extracted from WALIS, a sea-level database interface developed by the ERC Starting Grant WARMCOASTS (ERC-StG-802414) in collaboration with PALSEA (PAGES/INQUA) working group.
The development of the WALIS visualization interface was sponsored by the PAGES “Data Stewardship Scholarship” given to Sebastian Garzòn.
 

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White S, Pei Q, Kleemann K, Dolák L, Huhtamaa H and Camenisch C
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2022
WIREs Climate Change

This review is a product of the Past Global Changes (PAGES) Climate Reconstruction and Impacts from the Archives of Societies (CRIAS) working group. It is not associated with any conference. We thank the reviewers and editors for their valuable comments on the manuscript.

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Camenisch C, Jaume-Santero F, White S, Pei Q, Hand R, Rohr C and Brönnimann S
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2022
Climate of the Past

The authors would like to thank PAGES (Past Global Changes) for supporting the CRIAS working group in this research.

This paper presents a novel approach to assimilate climate information contained in chronicles and annals from the 15th century to generate climate reconstructions of the Burgundian Low Countries, taking into account uncertainties associated with the descriptions of narrative sources. Our study aims to be a first step towards a more quantitative use of available information contained in historical texts, showing how Bayesian inference can help the climate community with this endeavor.

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Hébert R, Herzschuh U and Laepple T
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2022
Nature Geoscience

The work profited from discussions at the CVAS working group of the Past Global Changes (PAGES) programme.

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Pan L, Milne GA, Latychev K, Goldberg SL, Austermann J, Hoggard MJ and Mitrovica JX
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2022
Quaternary Science Reviews

The authors acknowledge PALSEA, a working group of the International Union for Quaternary Sciences (INQUA) and Past Global Changes (PAGES), which in turn received support from the Swiss Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

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Verniers T, Couper H, Lechleitner FA and Baldini JUL
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2022
Results in Geochemistry

We thank two anonymous reviewers for providing comments that greatly improved the manuscript. We also thank Andrew Kerr for their editorial handling of the manuscript. We also thank the SISAL project, and international PAGES working group, for compiling and providing access to the SISAL database v1.