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Medieval Warm Period (North America: Canada Plus)

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Medieval Warm Period (Regional - North America: Canada Plus)

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.


* -- A Holocene Summer Temperature Proxy for Central Quebec

* -- One Thousand Years of Summer Temperatures in Northeastern Canada

* -- Millennial Tree-Ring Chronologies of Northeastern North America

* -- A Holocene Temperature History of Canada's Devon Island

A Two-Millennia Temperature History of the Southwestern Corner of Canada's Yukon Territory

A 4000-Year History of Greenland Surface Temperature

* -- Is Western North America's Water Supply Imperiled by the Mere Maintenance of Earth's Current Climate?

The Uniqueness of British Columbia's Medieval Warm Period

Temperatures of the Past Six Millennia in Alaska

Late Holocene Water Balance in the Experimental Lakes Area of Canada

The Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age on Southampton Island, Nunavut, Canada

Advances and Retreats of Alaska's Tebenkof Glacier

A Millennium of Climate Change in Western Canada

The Medieval Warm Period in Canada's Columbia Icefield

A Late Holocene Fire History of East-Central Alberta, Canada

Climatic Implications of an Eastern Canadian Boreal Forest Fire History

A Millennial Thermal History of Lower Murray Lake, Canada

Century-Long Warm and Cold Periods of the Past 2000 Years in Southern Alaska

The Medieval Warm Period on Canada's Victoria Island

A 7200-Year Climate Record of Canada's Boothia Peninsula

A 5000-Year History of Ocean and Climate Conditions Along Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Medieval vs. Current Warm Period: Iceberg Lake, Alaska

Canada's Kootenay Valley on the Path to Returning to Medieval Warm Period Conditions

A Thousand-Year Temperature History of Northwest Alaska

A Thousand-Year Temperature History from the Canadian Rockies

A 2000-Year History of Climate Change in Alaska

The Establishment and Demise of the Medieval Nordic Settlements on Greenland: The Role of Natural Climate Change

Moisture Regimes of the Northern Prairies of North America

A 4000-Year Record of Climate Change in Southern Alberta, Canada

The "Good Old Days" of Little Ice Age Climate Instability

Alaskan Glaciers Advance and Retreat with Changes in Holocene Climate

Unprecedented Warmth in Northern Québec?