Latest Medieval Warm Period Stories
Another study is backing up climate change claims, saying Earth is at the warmest it has been in at least 1,400 years. The study further shows that the planet has warmed more between 1971 and 2000 than during any other three-decade interval during the model period.
The calculations prepared by Mainz scientists will also influence the way current climate change is perceived
Pitt scientists also discover unexpected complexity to the US West's patterns of drought during the Middle Ages.
A study led by anthropologist Christopher I. Roos from Southern Methodist University in Dallas shows that modern “mega forest fires” in the southwestern U.S. are the result of dense canopies that likely grew as a result of human interference.
El Nino and its partner La Nina, the warm and cold phases in the eastern half of the tropical Pacific, play havoc with climate worldwide.
Combination of hi-tech models and paleo-records may hold key to unlocking reason for Anastazi people's migration and other global events.
A new 2,000-year-long reconstruction of sea surface temperatures (SST) from the Indo-Pacific warm pool (IPWP) suggests that temperatures in the region may have been as warm during the Medieval Warm Period as they are today.
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