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Medieval Warm Period (South America)

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

Medieval Warm Period (Regional: South America)
Climate History (Medieval Warm Period: Regional, South America)


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


* -- The MWP in a Multi Proxy Record of Argentinas Laguna Nassau

* -- The Medieval Warm Period in Northern Chile

A Two-Millennia Record of the South American Summer Monsoon

A Millennial-Scale Climatic Oscillation in Southern Chile

The Medieval Warm Period in Southeast Uruguay ... and Beyond

The Medieval Warm Period in Southern South America

A 2300-Year History of the South American Summer Monsoon

A 1600-Year Temperature History of Tropical South America

The Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age in Northern Patagonia

Summer Temperatures of Central Chile Back to AD 850

Climatic Conditions in the Fjord Area of Southern Chile

The Atacama Desert During the Medieval Warm Period

The Cariaco Basin's Little Ice Age and Medieval Warm Period

The Medieval Warm Period in the Tropical Andes of South America

The Medieval Warm Period in Southern Patagonia, Argentina

More Problems for the Mann et al. Temperature Record

Medieval Drought in Peru (and Elsewhere): What Does It Tell Us about El Niņos and Medieval Temperatures?

The Medieval Warm Period in Tierra del Fuego

North Atlantic Record of Cyclic Climate Change Replicated Near Cuzco, Peru

Of Mayas and Vikings ... and Millennial-Scale Climatic Oscillations

A 4000-year Pollen History from Peru

Millennial-Scale Climatic Oscillations in Central Chile

Yes, Virginia, There Really Was a Medieval Warm Period ... And a Little Ice Age Too ... Even in South America!