23 (2): Volcanoes and Climate
Eds: LeGrande AN, Anchukaitis KJ, von Gunten L & Goodwin LPast Global Changes Magazine, vol. 23(2), 41-84, 2015.
This issue of Past Global Changes Magazine: Volcanoes and Climate highlights how volcanic eruptions represent some of the most climatically important and societally disruptive short-term events in human history. It focuses on the history, processes, and consequences of large eruptions and how they affect the climate system.
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> Volcanic eruptions and climate
Allegra N. LeGrande and Kevin J. Anchukaitis
Science Highlights: Volcanoes and Climate
> The history of volcanic eruptions since Roman times
Michael Sigl, J.R. McConnell, M. Toohey, G. Plunkett, F. Ludlow, M. Winstrup et al.
> Volcanic aerosol radiative properties
> Evolving particle size is the key to improved volcanic forcings
Graham Mann, S. Dhomse, T. Deshler, C. Timmreck, A. Schmidt, R. Neely and L. Thomason
> A coordinated modeling assessment of the climate response to volcanic forcing
Davide Zanchettin, C. Timmreck, M. Khodri, A. Robock, A. Rubino, A. Schmidt and M. Toohey
> Volcanic eruptions and the global hydrological cycle
Carley E. Iles, G.C. Hegerl and A.P. Schurer
> On the AD 1815 Tambora eruption and the matter of misplaced tree rings
Scott St. George and Kevin J. Anchukaitis
> Illuminating the volcanic signal in tree rings
Alexander R. Stine, M.P. Tingley and P. Huybers
> Siberian trees: Eyewitnesses to the volcanic event of AD 536
Olga V. Churakova (Sidorova), M. Saurer, R.T.W. Siegwolf, M.V. Bryukhanova et al.
> Potential impacts of historic volcanic eruptions on the contemporary global food system
Michael J. Puma, S. Chon and Y. Wada
> Lessons from Tambora
> Integrating records of aquatic change: existing evidence and missing data
> Global Soil and Sediment Transfers in the Anthropocene (GloSS)
> Climate variability in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean and links to extra-polar climate
> Quantifying global sea level during warm periods
> Social-ecological dimensions of forest bark beetle disturbances
> Late Pleistocene and Holocene climatic variability in the Carpathian-Balkan region
> Quaternary fluvio-lacustrine environments and human settlements in West Africa
> Quaternary paleoecology: Reconstructing past environments
> Spatiotemporal distribution of temperature and hydroclimate proxy data in the Arctic
> Toward an Asian hydroclimate field reconstruction
> Climate variability and human impacts in Central and Eastern Europe
> Launching workshop of PAGES’ working group LandCover6k