The CoralHydro2k database: a global, actively curated compilation of coral δ18O and Sr ∕ Ca proxy records of tropical ocean hydrology and temperature for the Common Era
CoralHydro2k is a contribution to Phases 3 and 4 of the PAGES 2k network. We would like to thank PAGES IPO for providing logistical, technical, and financial support for community-driven projects such as CoralHydro2k. More specifically, we would like to extend our gratitude to Sarah Eggleston, Belen Martrat, Angela Wade, and the PAGES2k coordinators for helping facilitate various aspects of this project over the last 4 years. Most importantly, we would like to thank the original data generators of each coral-based proxy record for making their data publicly available via the World Data Center PANGAEA, the NOAA NCEI World Data Service for Paleoclimatology, or other means, without whom this effort would not be possible.
We would like to thank all the researchers whose publicly archived data were included in the CoralHydro2k database (Appendix A). We would also like to thank the following researchers who provided data that were not previously archived or that were archived in places other than NOAA or PANGAEA and are now included in CoralHydro2k and NOAA: Tianran Chen, Wenfeng Deng, Juan P. D'Olivo, Heitor Evangelista, Jennifer A. Flannery, Eberhard Gischler, Nathalie F. Goodkin, Y. Kawakubo, K. Halimeda Kilbourne, Braddock K. Linsley, Christopher R. Maupin, Hussein R. Sayani, Sujata A. Murty, David Storz, Takaaki K. Watanabe, Henry C. Wu, Hangfang Xiao.
The effect of uncertainties in natural forcing records on simulated temperature during the last millennium
This paper benefitted from discussion at events of the Past Global Changes (PAGES) working group “Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society” (VICS). We acknowledge the World Climate Research Programme's Working Group on Coupled Modelling, which is responsible for CMIP, and thank all the climate modelling groups for producing and making available their model output. We acknowledge the Northern Hemisphere Tree-Ring Network Development (N-TREND), Past Global Changes (PAGES) project and the other authors of proxy reconstructions for providing publicly available data. We thank Karsten Haustein for developing and sharing the code for his impulse response model.
Contemporaneously growing speleothems and their value to decipher in-cave processes – A modelling approach
(This study) includes data compiled by SISAL, a working group of the Past Global Changes (PAGES) project.
Holocene relative sea-level changes in northwest Ireland: An empirical test for glacial isostatic adjustment models
This work is a contribution to IGCP Project 725 ‘Forecasting Coastal Change’ and to PALSEA, a working group of the International Union for Quaternary Sciences (INQUA) and Past Global Changes (PAGES).
Did the Bronze Age deforestation of Europe affect its climate? A regional climate-model study using pollen-based land-cover reconstructions
This is a contribution to the strategic research areas MERGE (ModElling the Regional and Global Earth system), the Bolin Centre for Climate Research, and the PAGES LandCover6k working group.
A global synthesis of high-resolution stable isotope data from benthic foraminifera of the last deglaciation
The Ocean Circulation and Carbon Cycling (OC3) working group of the Past Global Changes (PAGES) program seeks to understand global ocean carbon cycling, ocean circulation and climate during the last deglaciation.
Relative sea level response to mixed carbonate-siliciclastic sediment loading along the Great Barrier Reef margin
The authors acknowledge the collaborative research oppurtunities created by PALSEA, a working group of the International Union for Quaternary Sciences (INQUA) and Past Global Changes (PAGES).
Patterns of fish consumption by hunter-fisher-gatherer people from the Atlantic coast of Tierra del Fuego during the Holocene: Human-environmental interactions
MB is a member of Q-MARE international working group from PAGES and of the “Integrated Marine Ecosystem Assessments (iMARES)", an Excellence Research Team (2021 SGR 00 435) of the Catalan Government (Grup de Recerca de Qualitat-Generalitat de Catalunya).
This research contributes to the objectives of Q-MARE (a PAGES working group).
This work also benefited from participation by some authors in the Past Global Changes Volcanic Impacts on Climate and Society working group.