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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis recenzuojamoje užsienio tarptautinės konferencijos medžiagoje / Article in peer-reviewed foreign international conference proceedings (P1d)
Field of Science: Ekologija ir aplinkotyra / Ecology and environmental sciences (N012)
Author(s): Treydte, K;Schleser, G.H;Esper, J;Andreu, L;Bednarz, Z;Berninger, F;Böttger, T;D'Allessandro, C.D;Ethien, N;Filot, M;Frank, D;Grabner, M;Gutierrez, E;Haupt, M;Helle, G;Hilasvuori, E;Jungner, H;Kalela-Brundin, M;Leuenberger, M;Loader, N.J;Masson-Delmotte, V;Pazdur, A;Planells, O;Pukienė, Rūtilė;Reynolds, C;Rinne, K.T;Saurer, M;Sonninen, E;Stievenard, M;Switsur, R;Szczepanek, M;Todaro, L;Waterhouse, J;Weigl, M;Wimmer, R
Title: Climate signals in the European isotope network ISONET
Other Title: Klimato signalai Europos izotopų tnkle ISONET
Is part of: TRACE - Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatology and Ecology. Vol. 5, Proceedings of the Dendrosymposium 2006, April 20th - 22nd 2006, Tervuren, Belgium. Jülich : Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH, 2007
Extent: p. 138-147
Date: 2006
Series/Report no.: (Umwelt/Environment 74)
Keywords: Izotopai;Medžių rievės;Klimato kaita;Europa;Tree rings;Isotopes;Climate change;Europe
ISBN: 9783893364800
Abstract: Over the last three years, 16 European isotope labs collaborated in the EU project ISONET (co-ordinator: G. Schleser, http// on developing the first large-scale network of 13C, 18O and 2H in from oak, pine and cedar tree-rings, covering sites from Fennoscandia to the Mediterranean region. The sampling design considered not only ecologically “extreme” sites, with a single climate factor predominantly determining tree growth, as required for ring width and wood density analyses (Bräuning & Mantwill 2005, Briffa et al. 2001, 2002, Frank & Esper 2005a, b), but also temperate regions with diffuse climate signals recorded in the ‘traditional’ tree ring parameters. This strategy, however, may enable expanding climatic reconstructions into regions not yet well covered. As reported earlier (Treydte et al. 2005), the aim is to estimate temperature, humidity and precipitation variations with annual resolution, to reconstruct local to European scale climate variability over the last 400 years. Climate variability is addressed on intra-annual to century timescales. This strategy should allow understanding both, high frequency variations including the exploration of seasonality signals and extreme events, and longer-term trends including source water/air mass changes and baseline variability across Europe. Here we present first climate calibration results for the 20th century, using 13C and 18O data from up to 25 sites currently available in the network
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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