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Little Ice Age (Europe: Northern)

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Little Ice Age (Europe: Northern)

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* -- A 2500-year Temperature Reconstruction for Western Sweden

* -- An 810-Year Summer Temperature Reconstruction in Scotland

* -- The Little Ice Age: Its Relevance for Interpreting Modern Warming

* -- The Holocene Temperature History of Northern Europe

* -- Alpine Glaciers (Especially Those of Scandinavia)

* -- The Climate and Glaciers of Holocene Iceland

* -- Climate History of Northern Europe During the Late Holocene

* -- Medieval Droughts of Northern Europe and Beyond

* -- The Holocene Climate of Central Iceland

* -- A Millennium of Environmental Change in the Baltic Sea

* -- Sea-Surface Temperatures of the North Icelandic Shelf

* -- A Record of Millennial-Scale Climate Variability from Northernmost Europe

* -- Surface and Bottom Water Temperatures of the North Atlantic Current off the Coast of Europe

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

3600 Years of Scandinavian Summer Temperature Variability

A Multi-Proxy Approach to Peat-Based Climate Reconstruction

The Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age on the Faroe Islands

Outlet Glaciers of the Myrdalsjokull Ice Cap of Iceland

Six Centuries of Climate Along the Southern Norwegian Continental Margin

Three Thousand Years of Climate Over the Norwegian Sea

Human Impacts of Climate Change in Northwest Europe

Post-Little Ice Age Histories of Four Icelandic Glaciers

Remains of Midges Have Climate Tale to Tell ... If We Can Learn Their Language

The Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age in Ireland

Historical Flooding in Norway

A Hot Time in the Medieval Southwestern Baltic Sea