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Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm
Wefer, G.; Berger, W.H.; Behre, K.-E.; Jansen, E. (Ed.) (2002). Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. Springer: Berlin. ISBN 3-540-43201-9. IX, 486, 189 fig., 16 tables pp.

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    VLIZ: Meteorology and Climatology MET.9 [99479]

Keywords

Authors  Top 
  • Wefer, G., editor
  • Berger, W.H., editor
  • Behre, K.-E., editor
  • Jansen, E., editor

Content
  • Berger, W.H. (2002). Climate history and the great geophysical experiment, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 1-16, more
  • von Storch, H.; Stehr, N. (2002). Towards a history of ideas on anthropogenic climate change, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 17-23, more
  • Meincke, J. (2002). Climate dynamics of the North Atlantic and NW-Europe: an observation-based overview, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 25-40, more
  • Schulz, M.; Paul, A. (2002). Holocene climate variability on centennial-to-millennial time scales: 1. Climate records from the North-Atlantic realm, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 41-54, more
  • Paul, A.; Schulz, M. (2002). Holocene climate variability on centennial-to-millennial time scales: 2. Internal and forced oscillations as possible causes, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 55-73, more
  • Lean, J. (2002). Solar forcing of climate change in recent millennia, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 75-88, more
  • Berger, W.H.; Pätzold, J.; Wefer, G. (2002). Times of quiet, times of agitation: Sverdrup's conjecture and the Bermuda coral record, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 89-99, more
  • Berger, W.H.; Pätzold, J.; Wefer, G. (2002). A case for climate cycles: orbit, sun and moon, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 101-123, more
  • Schulz, M.; Berger, W.H.; Baillie, M.; Luterbacher, J.; Meincke, J.; Negendank, J.F.W.; Paul, A.; Ramseier, R.O. (2002). Tracing climate-variability: the search for climate dynamics on decadal to millennial time scales, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 125-148, more
  • Hammer, C.U. (2002). Holocene climate and past volcanism: Greenland - Northern Europe, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 149-163, more
  • Koç, N.; Jansen, E. (2002). Holocene climate evolution of the North Atlantic Ocean and the Nordic Seas - a synthesis of new results, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 165-173, more
  • Negendank, J.F.W. (2002). Holocene climatic history of Northern Europe - the evidence from lake deposits, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 175-190, more
  • Harrison, S.P.; Yu, G.; Vassiljev, J. (2002). Climate changes during the Holocene recorded by lakes from Europe, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 191-204, more
  • Emeis, K.-C.; Endler, R.; Struck, U.; Kohly, A. (2002). The post-glacial evolution of the Baltic Sea, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 205-221, more
  • Huntley, B. (2002). Holocene climatic history of Northern Europe as recorded by vegetation changes: possible influences upon human activity, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 223-232, more
  • Nesje, A. (2002). Late glacial and Holocene glacier fluctuations and climatic variations in Southern Norway, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 233-258, more
  • Huntley, B.; Baillie, M.; Grove, J.M.; Hammer, C.U.; Harrison, S.P.; Jacomet, S.; Jansen, E.; Karlén, W.; Koç, N.; Luterbacher, J.; Negendank, J.F.W.; Schibler, J. (2002). Holocene paleoenvironmental changes in North-West Europe: climatic implications and the human dimension, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 259-298, more
  • Behre, K.-E. (2002). Landscape development and occupation history along the Southern North Sea coast, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 299-312, more
  • Grove, J.M. (2002). Climatic change in Northern Europe over the last two thousand years and its possible influence on human activity, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 313-326, more
  • Baten, J. (2002). Human stature and climate: the impact of past climate on living standards, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 327-338, more
  • Knottnerus, O.S. (2002). Malaria around the North Sea: a survey, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 339-353, more
  • Brázdil, R. (2002). Patterns of climate in Central Europe since Viking times, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 355-368, more
  • Jäger, K.-D. (2002). On the Holocene water balance in Central Europe and several historical consequences, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 369-375, more
  • Baillie, M. (Ed.) (2002). "Narrowest-Ring" events in the Irish oak chronology: uncertainties in reconstructing cause and effect in prehistory, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 377-385, more
  • Streif, H. (2002). The Pleistocene and Holocene development of the southeastern North Sea basin and adjacent coastal areas, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 387-397, more
  • Flemming, B.W. (2002). Effects of climate and human interventions on the evolution of the Wadden Sea depositional system (southern North Sea), in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 399-413, more
  • de Kraker, A.M.J. (2002). Historic storms in the North Sea area, an assessment of the storm data, the present position of research and the prospects for future research, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 415-434, more
  • Alheit, J.; Hagen, E. (2002). Climate variability and historical NW European fisheries, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 435-445, more
  • Lindeboom, H.J. (2002). Changes in coastal zone ecosystems, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 447-455, more
  • Montresor, M.; Smetacek, V. (2002). The impact of harmful algal blooms in natural and human-modified systems of northern Europe, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 457-471, more
  • Smetacek, V.; Wefer, G.; Alheit, J.; Lamy, F.; de Kraker, A.M.J.; Flemming, B.W.; Lindeboom, H.J.; Streif, H.; van Weering, T.; von Storch, H. (2002). Climate and human induced impacts on the coastal zone of the southern North Sea, in: Wefer, G. et al. (Ed.) Climate development and history of the North Atlantic realm. pp. 473-486, more

Abstract
    The global environment is changing rapidly under the impact of human activities. An important element in this change is related to global climate modification. Experts from the natural and social sciences with a strong interest in history discussed common topics of great interest to society. Can the study of climate and history help in devising strategies for coping with this change? What might be the type of information most useful in this context? What are the pitfalls awaiting the unwary? These and similar questions were discussed during a four-day workshop. The resulting proceedings contain comprehensive papers of broad interest, thematic back-ground papers and reports of study groups.

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