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Medieval Warm Period (Regional - Asia: Russia)

Material in this section originates from the following categories in our Subject Index:

Medieval Warm Period (Regional - Asia: Russia)
Climate History -- Medieval Warm Period (Regional - Asia: Russia)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- Parts of Asia Were Warmer During the Holocene Than They Are Now

* -- Late-Holocene Climate of the Eastern Slope of the Northern Urals

* -- Two Thousand Years of Dust Deposition in the Aral Sea

A Holocene History of Floodplain Occupation on the Upper Reaches of the Zapadnaya Dvina and Volga Rivers

A Holocene History of Changes in Northern Russian Treelines

Late Holocene Climatic History: Southeastern Shelf of the Laptev Sea

An 800-Year Temperature History of Southern Siberia

A Thousand-Year Pollen Record of Environmental Change in the Northern Altai Mountain Region of Southern Siberia

Tree-Line Evidence for the Medieval Warm Period in the Polar Ural Mountains

* -- A 1500-Year Climate History of Northern Eurasia

Climate Variability of Central Asia

800 Years of Siberian Climate

Large-Scale Treeline Advances in the Circumpolar Northern Hemisphere

The Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age in Russia and Elsewhere

The Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age: Their Untimely Demise and Welcome Resurrection

The Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age in Russia

Medieval Climate on the Kola Peninsula, Russia

Extraordinary Warmth in the 20th Century?