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AmS-Varia 24. Stavanger: 101Ð110. 1994: Documentary records of climate from Iceland during the late Maunder Minimum period . 1675 to 1715 with reference to the isotopic record from Greenland.
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The Maunder Minimum (MM; 1645–1715) delineates the coldest phase of the so-called ‘Little Ice Age’ (LIA; variously assessed as ~AD 1300 to 1900; Holzhauser, 1997; Pfister et a. 1998; Wanner et a. The Maunder Minimum (MM; 1645–1715) delineates the coldest phase of the so-called ‘Little Ice Age’ (LIA; variously assessed as ~AD 1300 to 1900; Holzhauser, 1997; Pfister et a. 2000) with marked climatic variability over wide parts of Europe.
This field of science and an overview of its development are described in detail . The main focus concentrates on data, methods, definitions of the Medieval Warm Period and the Little Ice Age, synoptic interpretation of past climates, climatic anomalies and natural disasters, and the vulnerability of economies and societies to climate as well as images and social representations of past weather and climate.
In Pedersen, E. S. (e., AmS-Varia 25 North European climate data in the latter part of the Maunder Minimum period . Extended abstracts for the Regional North-European sub-group meeting on historical climatology in Stavanger, Norway, pp. 9-12
In Pedersen, E. 9-12. DOI: 1. 029/95JD01543.
The Maunder Minimum is the most famous cold period of the Little Ice . All times of solar minima were coincident with cool periods in central England. CET during the Maunder Minimum.
The Maunder Minimum is the most famous cold period of the Little Ice Age. Temperatures plummeted in Europe (Figs. In North America, early European settlers experienced exceptionally severe winters.
The Maunder Minimum, also known as the "prolonged sunspot minimum", is the name used for the period . The Maunder Minimum roughly coincided with the middle part of the Little Ice Age, during which Europe and North America experienced colder than average temperatures.
The Maunder Minimum, also known as the "prolonged sunspot minimum", is the name used for the period starting in about 1645 and continuing to about 1715 when sunspots became exceedingly rare, as noted by solar observers of the time.
The European Climate Assessment and Dataset (ECA&D) is a database of daily meteorological station observations across Europe and is gradually being extended to countries in the Middle East and North Africa. ECA&D has attained the status of Regional Climate Centre for high-resolution observation data in World Meteorological Organization Region VI (Europe and the Middle East)].
North Atlantic climate . d 1000: Millennial reflections on the Viking discoveries of Iceland, Greenland and North America. North European climate data in the latter part of the Maunder Minimum perio. 1996. AEJ Ogilvie, LK Barlow, AE Jennings. Weather 55 (2), 34-45, 2000. A robust, multisite Holocene history of drift ice off northern Iceland: implications for North Atlantic climate. JT Andrews, D Darby, D Eberle, AE Jennings, M Moros, A Ogilvie. Bons Baisers d’Islande: Climatic, Environmental, and Human Dimensions Impacts of the Lakagígar Eruption (1783–1784) in Iceland. GR Demarée, AEJ Ogilvie. History and Climate, 219-246, 2001.
SEMPER ~ European Science Foundation Akademie der Wissenschaften Strasbourg und . Climate model simulates global cold climate and largescale North Atlantic sea-ice anomalies during Late Maunder Minimum (1675-1710).
SEMPER ~ European Science Foundation Akademie der Wissenschaften Strasbourg und der Literatur. Mainz Gustav Fischer Verlag. Historical Climatology In Europe – The State Of The Art. By Hans von Storch.
The climate sensitivity of Norway spruce in the southeastern European Alps.
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