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Roman Warm Period (Asia)

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Roman Warm Period (Asia)


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


* -- A 2000-Year SST History of the Northeastern Arabian Sea

* -- 2500 Years of Northern South China Sea Surface Temperatures

* -- Roman and Medieval Warm Periods vs. the Current Warm Period

* -- Sea Surface Temperatures of the Southern Okinawa Trough

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

Two Millennia of Temperature and Precipitation Changes in Arid Central Asia

The Roman and Medieval Warm Periods at Paradise Lake, Northwestern Himalaya

Late Holocene Climatic History: Southeastern Shelf of the Laptev Sea

The Millennial-Scale Oscillation of Climate in the Qinghai-Tibetan Region of China

Another Record of Asian Monsoon Variability

The Roman Warm Period and Dark Ages Cold Period in China

Corals at the Southern Extreme of China Reveal Temperatures of the Roman Warm Period

Five 2000-Year Temperature Records from the Tibetan Plateau

The Roman Warm Period in Northwest China

A 2000-Year Temperature Record of a Second "Big Chunk of China"

A 2000-Year Temperature Record of a Big Chunk of China

Was Late 20th Century Warming Really Unprecedented Over the Past Two Millennia?

Millennial-Scale Oscillation of Climate Recorded at Beijing

Two Thousand Years of Chinese Climate