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Solar Output and Climate During the Holocene (Palaoklimaforschung-Palaeoclimate Research , Vol 16)
by Balogh Scientific Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||200|
The Little Ice Age, from which we have been emerging since c. , was the coldest period of at least the last 8, years, possibly the entire Holocene. Grand Solar Minima recur in clusters roughly every years. 27 Grand Minima have been identified during the Holocene (Usoskin et al. ). Thus, we were in Grand Solar Minimum about 1. The solar-output model was modified to allow the basic cycle to vary from a year basic cycle during the l years of the last glacial cycle up to the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary [approximately 9, years before present (BP)] to a year basic cycle onward for anot years [to 10, years after present (AP)].
A satisfactory explanation for the forcing of these Holocene Antarctic climate changes remains elusive, though the link to variations in solar output is suggestive. Evidence of a link to solar radiation comes from a more detailed examination of forcing over the last 2, years using the ice cores and other palaeoclimate records. In hunters' Stone Age, occurred the hottest time throughout the Holocene, which is called the Holocene Optimum, and lasted almost until the Neolithic period about 4, years before present, then the temperature continued to drop through bronze-, iron-age and historical times until it reached a low point in the Little Ice Age in 's.
Solar variations are changes in the amount of solar radiation emitted by the Sun. There are periodic components to these variations, the principal one being the year solar cycle (or sunspot cycle), as well as aperiodic fluctuations. Solar activity has been measured via satellites during recent decades and through 'proxy' variables in prior times. Climate scientists are interested in. Holocene Cold events Bond cycles Climate forcings Climate atlas abstract The present interglacial, the Holocene, spans the period of the l years. It has sustained the growth and development of modern society. The millennial-scale decreasing solar insolation in the.
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Solar output and climate during the Holocene. Stuttgart ; New York: G. Fischer ; Strasbourg: European Science Foundation ; Mainz: Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Burkhard Frenzel; Teresa Nanni; Menotti Galli; Birgit Gläser.
Global climate during the Holocene responded to orbital, solar, and volcanic forcings, as well as internal variability. Global climate shifts influenced atmospheric circulation patterns, such as the migration of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), which in turn influenced local weather patterns.
Initial 14C activity in a late Holocene stalagmite (a14Cstal) from Attahöhle (Sauerland, Germany) varies synchronously with atmospheric 14C activity (a14Catm). This observation provides independent c Cited by: 3. [Show full abstract] not only the long-term (10(5) to 10(3) years) climate changes of the Pleistocene but also short-term (10(1) to 10(2) years) climate changes in the Holocene.
During the deglaciation that began in the Last Glacial Maximum and later in the Holocene, the main external climate drivers were the modulation of the orbital parameters of the Earth, change in the solar irradiance, volcanic activity, change in the properties of land cover (see Chap. 25), and the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Cited by: A link between solar forcing and Holocene climate, such as the Asian monsoon, has been shown for some regions, although no mechanism for this relationship has been suggested.
Here we present the first high-resolution complete Holocene climate record for the North American monsoon region of the southwestern United States (southwest) in order to.
The cycles, however, are not coherent with changes in solar activity (both being on the same absolute timescale), indicating that Holocene North Atlantic climate variability at the millennial and centennial scale is not driven by a linear response to changes in solar activity.
Climate Changes in the Holocene: Impact, Adaptation, and Resilience investigates the impact of natural climate changes on humans and civilization through case studies from various places, periods, and climates.
Earth and human society are approached as a complex system, thereby emphasizing the necessity to improve adaptive capacity in view of.
It reflects climate amelioration during the late Holocene with a rapid increase in tree frequencies from to BP and their stabilization thereafter. Late Holocene climate change in the study area, indicated by the pollen records, seems markedly different from the change in adjacent areas, except for simultaneous climate deterioration.
Climate change and coastal hydrographic response along the Atlantic Iberian margin (Tagus Prodelta and Muros Ría) during the last two millennia. The Holocene, Vol.
16, Issue. 7, p. The Holocene, Vol. 16, Issue. 7, p.  The large (8%) changes in the past seasonal insolation have a well‐documented influence on the Indian summer monsoon. However, the effect of the small (solar variability is less certain.
Evidence is emerging that Earth's climate is sensitive to small changes in solar output on centennial time scale during the Holocene. tent solar influence on North Atlantic climate during the Holocene, Science,– Chandrasekar, A., and A.
Kitoh (), Impact of localized sea surface. "Solar Out Put And Climate During The Holocene", Edited by Frenzel (), "The Role of The Sun In Climate Change" by (Hoyt and Schatten () and recently, "Solar Variability And Climate " edited by Friis -Christensen et al.
Solar variations can be of the order of yr. sunspot cycle, the yr. oscillations in the solar polar. Persistent Solar Inßuence on North Atlantic Climate During the Holocene Gerard Bond,1* Bernd Kromer,2 Juerg Beer,3 Raimund Muscheler,3 Michael N.
Evans,4 William Showers,5 Sharon Hoffmann,1 Rusty Lotti-Bond,1 Irka Hajdas,6 Georges Bonani6 Surface winds and surface ocean hydrography in the subpolar North Atlantic.
Solar activity has been on a declining trend since the s, as indicated by solar cyclesin which the maximum number of sunspots were, respectively. In the three decades followingthe combination of solar and volcanic activity is estimated to have had a slight cooling influence.
A study found that the composition of solar radiation might have. Surface winds and surface ocean hydrography in the subpolar North Atlantic appear to have been influenced by variations in solar output through the entire Holocene.
The evidence comes from a close correlation between inferred changes in production rates of the cosmogenic nuclides carbon and beryllium and centennial to millennial time scale changes in proxies of drift ice measured in deep.
with amplifying effects during the Holocene. For example, the amount of nutrients (e.g., nitrogen and phosphorus) released from de-composition was probably greater during the Holocene, when organic soils were thicker and the active layer deeper than during the Late Glacial.
Spectral analyses (11) of the Holocene BSi record from Arolik Lake show. During the Holocene, MAT varied from ca. °C below to ° above present-day temperature. Warm periods (11,–10, –, – cal yr BP) were separated by colder intervals. The last kyr of the record is affected by human impact.
Solar forcing of Holocene summer sea-surface temperatures in the northern North Atlantic Centre for Past Climate Studies and Arctic Research Centre, Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University, DK Aarhus C, Denmark they suggest that the climate system in this area is more susceptible to the influence of solar variations during cool.
But, yet again, Rome proved resilient and, “the climate stabilized. After ADthere was not a major volcanic event for more than a century and a half. Solar output escalated, reaching its maximum [ ] around AD and then maintaining high levels through the fifth century” (p.
The last two chapters are the most gripping. Context. Long-term records of solar radiative output are vital for understanding solar variability and past climate change.
Measurements of solar irradiance are available for only the last three decades, which calls for reconstructions of this quantity over longer time scales using suitable models. Aims: We present a physically consistent reconstruction of the total solar irradiance for the.
Holocene variability, especially pronounced in the Northern Hemisphere, was driven primarily by changes in orbital insolation, solar output, and albedo (especially reflection of solar radiation by ice sheets).
Orbital insolation reached its peak in the Northern Hemisphere aro years ago, but much of this incoming solar radiation.(PDF) Holocene Climate Change and the Evidence for Solar and. ; Trackback URL; A multi-proxy lacustrine record of Holocene climate change on.