Wednesday, May 22, 2013
New paper finds another non-hockey-stick in the Russian Subarctic
A new paper published in Quaternary Research reconstructs temperatures over the past 10,000 years in the Russian Subarctic, and finds temperatures were about 1C higher than the present during the Holocene Climate Optimum ~8,000 years ago. The authors also find a linear non-hockey-stick increase in temperature over the past 3,000 years to the present-day.
Holocene climate variability on the Kola Peninsula, Russian Subarctic, based on aquatic invertebrate records from lake sediments
Posted by MS at 3:36 PM