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Editor = "Idyll, C. P."
Title = "Exploring the Ocean World: A History of Oceanography"
Publisher = "Thomas Y. Crowell Co."
Year = "1969"
Pages = "280"
LOC = "78-78268"
Table of contents:
1. The science of the sea - C. P. Idyll 2. The underwater landscape - Robert S. Deitz 3. Biology of the sea - Charles E. Lane 4. Physics of the sea - James B. Rucker 5. Chemistry of the sea - Neil R. Andersen 6. Food from the sea - C. P. Idyll and Hiroshi Kasahara 7. Farming the sea - C. F. Hickling 8. Mineral resources and power - Robert S. Deitz 9. Underwater archeaology - Mendel Peterson 10. Man beneath the sea - Capt. Edward L. Beach
Editor = "Ikeda, Motoyoshi and Frederic W. Dobson"
Title = "Oceanographic Applications of Remote Sensing"
Publisher = "CRC Press"
Year = "1995"
Pages = "487"
ISBN = "0-8493-4525-1"
Table of contents:
I. Ocean circulation dynamics A. Mesoscale variability 1. Mesoscale variability revealed with sea surface temperature imaged by AVHRR on NOAA satellites - M. Ikeda 2. Mesoscale variability revealed with sea surface topography measured by altimeters - M. Ikeda 3. Synthetic aperture radar on ERS-1 - J. A. Johannessen, R. A. Shuchman, and O. M. Johannessen B. Tide, shelf circulation, and internal waves 4. Coastal tides and shelf circulation by altimeter - G. Han 5. Linear and nonlinear internal waves in coastal and marginal seas - J. R. Apel C. Basin-scale circulation 6. Basin-scale oceanic circulation from satellite altimetry - P.-Y. Le Traon D. Equatorial dynamics 7. Sea surface temperatures observed by satellites and equatorial dynamics - M. Kubota 8. Observations of tropical sea level variability from altimeters - G. T. Mitchum and B. J. Kilonsky II. Water properties A. Large-scale ocean temperature 9. Sea surface temperatures from the along-track scanning radiometer - P. J. Minnett 10. Skin and bulk sea surface temperatures: satellite measurement and corrections - W. J. Emergy, G. A. Wick and P. Schluessel B. Ocean color 11. Coastal Zone Color Scanner on Nimbus and sea-viewing wide field-of-view sensor of Seastar - M. R. Lewis III. Wind, wind waves, and the marine boundary layer A. Wind and wind stress 12. Wind speed from altimeters - E. B. Dobson 13. Marine winds from scatterometers - B. J. Topliss and T. H. Guymer B. Wind-generated waves 14. Significant wave height from altimeters - E. B. Dobson and F. M. Monaldo 15. Synthetic aperture radar imagery of ocean waves - P. W. Vachon and H. E. Krogstad C. Marine boundary layer 16. Microwave radiometers for studies of the ocean and the marine atmosphere - K. B. Katsaros and W. T. Liu 17. Remote sensing of surface solar radiation flux and PAR over the ocean from satellite observations - C. Gautier 18. Simultaneous assimilation of satellite radar data in coupled wind and wave forecast models - F. W. Dobson IV. Application to sea ice A. Ice surface condition 19. AVHRR applications for ice surface studies - K. Steffen 20. Sea-ice geophysical parameters from SMMR and SSM/I data - J. C. Comiso 21. Airborne and satellite SAR investigations of sea ice surface characteristics - M. R. Drinkwater 22. Sea-ice studies with scatterometers - A. Cavanie and F. Gohin B. Ice movement 23. Satellite remote sensing of ice motion - W. J. Emery, C. W. Fowler and J. A. Maslanik 24. Applications of SAR measurements in ocean-ice-atmosphere interaction studies - M. R. Drinkwater C. Waves in ice-covered oceans 25. Study of waves in ice-covered oceans using SAR - A. K. Liu Appendices A. AVHRR on NOAA - S. Saitoh B. Coastal Zone Color Scanner on Nimbus 7 - M. R. Lewis C. Microwave radiometers - K. B. Katsaros and W. T. Liu D. Radar altimeter sensors and methods - L. H. Peterrsson, P. Samuel and A. Drottning E. SAR systems - R. K. Raney F. The AMI-wind scatterometer G. The along-track scanning radiometer on ERS-1 H. OCTS on ADEOS
Author = "Infeld, Eryk, and George Rowlands"
Title = "Nonlinear Waves, Solitons and Chaos"
Publisher = "Cambridge University Press, New York"
Year = "1990"
Pages = "423"
LOC = "QC 174.26 W28 I55 1990"
ISBN = "0 521 37937 7 (paperback)"
Table of contents:
1. Introduction 1, 1.1 Occurrence of nonlinear waves and instabilities in Nature 1, 1.2 Universal wave equations 6, 1.3 What is a plasma? 11, 1.4 Wave modes on a water surface 14, 1.5 Linear stability analysis and its limitations 19, 1.6 Chaos, turbulence and strange attractors 23, 1.7 Contents of chapters 2-10 26, 2. Linear waves and instabilities in infinite media 29, 2.1 Introduction 29, 2.2 Plasma waves 29, 2.3 CMA diagrams 35, 2.4 Instabilities 39, 2.5 The Vlasov equation 44, 2.6 Weak instabilities 50, 3. Convective and non-convective instabilities; group velocity in unstable media 56, 3.1 Introduction 56, 3.2 Kinematics of unstable wave packets 58, 3.3 Moving coordinate systems 63, 3.4 Higher dimensional systems 66, 3.5 Summary 67, 4. A first look at surface waves and instabilities 68, 4.1 Introduction 68, 4.2 Simple surface waves 71, 4.3 The Rayleigh-Taylor instability 77, 4.4 The Kelvin-Helmholtz instability 79, 4.5 Solid-liquid interface instabilities 83, 4.6 A first look at gravity wave instabilities 85, 4.7 Summary 95, 5. Model equations for small amplitude waves and solitons; weakly nonlinear theory 96, 5.1 Introduction 96, 5.2 A few model equations as derived by introducing a small parameter 99, 5.3 Weakly nonlinear waves 108, 5.4 A general look at two families of model equations 127, 5.5 A natural extension to finite amplitude waves due to Hayes 130, 5.6 Temporal development of instabilities and wave-wave coupling 134, 5.7 Concluding remarks 140, 6. Exact methods for fully nonlinear waves 144, 6.1 Introduction 144, 6.2 Phase plane analysis 145, 6.3 Bernstein-Greene-Kruskal waves 158, 6.4 Lagrangian methods 168, 6.5 Lagrangian interpolation 176, 7. Cartesian solitons in one and two space dimensions 184, 7.1 Introduction 184, 7.2 The direct method 187, 7.3 Constants of motion 191, 7.4 Inverse scattering method 192, 7.5 Backlund transformations 196, 7.6 Entr'acte 198, 7.7 Breathers and boundary effects 199, 7.8 Experimental evidence 202, 7.9 Plane soliton interaction in two space dimensions 203, 7.10 Integrable equations in two space dimensions as treated by the Zakharov-Shabat method 216, 7.11 Summary 223, 8. Evolution and stability of initially one-dimensional waves and solitons 226, 8.1 A brief historical survey of large amplitude nonlinear wave studies 226, 8.2 Four methods as illustrated by the Klein-Gordon equation 240, 8.3 Higher dimensional dynamics 252, 8.4 A more physical approach leading to an assessment of models 276, 8.5 Dynamics of nonlinear wave, shock and soliton solutions to the cubic nonlinear Schrodinger equation 287, 8.6 Some general conclusions and possible future lines of investigation 293, 9. Cylindrical and spherical solitons in plasmas and other media 298, 9.1 Interest in higher dimensional plasma solitons 298, 9.2 Unidirectional cylindrical and spherical ion acoustic solitons 299, 9.3 Properties of unidirectional soliton equations 303, 9.4 Soliton solutions as compared with numerics and experiments 308, 9.5 Langmuir solitons 319, 9.6 Interacting solitons and some conclusions 324, 9.7 Epilogue; some other examples of spherical and cylindrical solitons 326, 10. Non-coherent phenomena 329, 10.1 Introduction 329, 10.2 Bifurcation sequences and chaos 338, 10.3 Flows and maps 356, 10.4 Strange attractors 361, 10.5 Effect of external noise 374, 10.6 Experimental evidence for strange attractors 375, 10.7 Other theories of turbulence 378, 10.8 Conclusions 378, Appendix 1 - Parameter stretching as suggested by linear dispersion relations 381, Appendix 2 - Relation between the trace method and the inverse scattering method 384, Appendix 3 - Some formulae for perturbed nonlinear ion acoustic waves and solitons 385, Appendix 4 - Colliding soliton theory 388, Appendix 5 - A model equations for spherical solitons 390, References 392, Author index 413, Subject index 419 " }
Editor = "Ippen, Arthur T."
Title = "Estuary and Coastline Hydrodynamics"
Publisher = "McGraw-Hill, N.Y."
Year = "1966"
Pages = "744"
LOC = "65-276677"
Table of contents:
1. Small amplitude wave theory - P.S. Eagleson & R.G. Dean 1, 2. Finite amplitude waves - R.G. Dean & P.S. Eagleson 93, 3. Wave generation by wind, deep and shallow water - C.L. Bretschneider 133, 4. Tides and harmonic analysis - R.G. Dean 197, 5. Engineering aspects of hurricane surge - C.L. Bretschneider 231, 6. Wave refraction, diffraction and reflection - C.L. Bretschneider 257, 7. Harbor resonance - F. Raichlen 281, 8. Interaction of structures and waves - R.G. Dean & D.R.F. Harleman 341, 9. Coastal processes - J.W. Johnson & P.S. Eagleson 404, 10. Tidal dynamics in estuaries - A.T. Ippen & D.R.F. Harleman 493, 11. The mechanism of an arrested salt wedge - G.H. Keulegan 546, 12. Diffusion processes in stratified flow - D.R.F. Harleman 575, 13. Salinity intrusion in estuaries - A.T. Ippen 598, 14. Pollution in estuaries - D.R.F. Harleman 630, 15. Sedimentation in estuaries - A.T. Ippen 648, 16. Field experience in estuaries - H.B. Simmons 673, 17. Model laws for coastal and estuarine models - G.H. Keulegan 691, 18. Tidal and salinity model practice - H.B. Simmons 711, Author index 733, Subject index 737 " }
Editor = "Izdar, Erol and James W. Murray"
Title = "Black Sea Oceanography"
Publisher = "Kluwer Academic Pub."
Year = "1992"
ISBN = "0-7923-1515-4"
Table of contents:
1. Hydrographic variability in the Black Sea - J. W. Murray 2. Double diffusive intrusions, mixing and deep sea convective processes in the Black Sea - E. Ozsoy, Z. Top, G. White, and J. W. Murray 3. On the dynamics of the southern Black Sea - T. Oguz, M. A. Latif, H. I. Sur, E. Ozsoy, and U. Unluata 4. Noble gases and tritium in the Black Sea - Z. Top and L. Pope 5. Factors affecting the oxygen isotopic composition of the Black Sea - P. K. Swart 6. Geochemical and structural aspects of the pycnocline in the Black Sea - S. Kempe, A. R. Diercks, G. Liebezeit and A. Prange 7. Nitrogen transformations in the oxic layer of permanent anoxic basins: the Black Sea and the Cariaco Trench - B. B. Ward and K. A. Kilpatrick 8. Thermodynamic modeling of trace metal speciation in the Black Sea - W. M. Landing and B. L. Lewis 9. Total and suspended cadmium, cobalt, copper, iron, lead, manganese, nickel and zince in the water column of the Black Sea - C. Haraldsson and S. Westerlund 10. Potential for manganese (II) oxidation and manganese (IV) reduction to co-occur in the suboxic zone of the Black Sea - B. M. Tebo, R. A. Rosson, and K. H. Nealson 11. Sulfur and iodine speciation in the water column of the Black Sea - G. W. Luther III 12. The oxidation of H2O with O2 in the Black Sea - F. J. Millero 13. Ruthenium-106 in the Black Sea - K. O. Buesseler, H. D. Livingston, and S. A. Casso 14. 137Cs and 239 and 240Pu concentrations in the Black Sea water column - S. Portakal and A. Varinlioglu and F. Pala and E. Seddih 15. Radionuclide distributions in recent Black Sea sediments - W. S. Moore and D. J. O'Neill 16. Microbial processes in the Black Sea water column and top sediment: an overview - H. W. Jannasch 17. A review of the general food web in the Black Sea - B. Cihangir and E. M. Tirasin 18. Biogenic aggregate sedimentation in the Black Sea basin - C. H. Pilskaln 19. On the sulfur and carbon balances in the Black Sea - A. Y. Lein and M. V. Ivanov 20. Organic matter sources in the Black Sea as inferred from hydrocarbon distributions - S. G. Wakeham, J. A. Beier, and C. H. Clifford 21. Organic carbon and nitrogen geochemistry of Black Sea surface sediments from stations spanning the oxic-anoxic boundary - G. L. Cowie and J. I. Hedges 22. The nature and distribution of fluorescent dissolved organic matter in the Black Sea and the Cariaco Trench - P. G. Coble and R. B. Gagosian 23. Recent geological evolution of the Black Sea: an overview - E. Izdar and M. Ergun 24. The effects of neotectonic movements on the recent sedimentation of the SW Black Sea - Y. T. Konuk, M. Ergun, M. Avci and M. Duman 25. Upper Holocene sediments of the Black Sea - T. W. Lyons 26. Uranium precipitation and Black Sea sediments - R. F. Anderson and M. Q. Fleisher 27. Pollution chronology of the Golden Horn sediments - G. Teksoz, G. Tuncel and T. I. Balkas 28. Sampling and analysis of aerosols in the Black Sea atmosphere - G. Hacisalihoglu, T. I. Balkas, M. Arami, I. Olmez and G. Tuncel
Editor = "Jerlov, N. G. and E. Steeman Nielsen"
Title = "Optical Aspects of Oceanography"
Publisher = "Academic Press"
Year = "1974"
LOC = "GC 178S9.5"
ISBN = "0-12-384950-0"
Table of contents:
1. Optical properties of pure water and pure sea water - A. Morel 1, 2. Observed and computed scattering functions - G. Kullenberg 25, 3. Refraction and reflection of light at the sea surface - C. S. Cox 51, 4. Significant relationships between optical properties of the sea - N. G. Jerlov 77, 5. Structure of solar radiation in the upper layers of the sea 95, 6. New developments of the theory of radiative transfer in the oceans - J. Ronald V. Zaneveld 121, 7. Underwater visibility and photography - Seibert Q. Duntley 135, 8. Polarization measurements in the sea - Alexandre Ivanoff 151, 9. Optics of turbid waters - V. A. Timofeeva 177, 10. Some applications of the optical tracer method - Hasong Pak and William S. Plank 221, 11. The fluorescence of dissolved organic matter in the sea - Egbert Klaas Duursma 237, 12. The use of fluoresecent dyes for turbulence studies in the sea - H. Weidemann 257, 13. Remote optical sensing in oceanography utilizing satellite sensors - Paul E. La Violette 289, 14. The remote sensing of spectral radiance from below the ocean surface - Roswell W. Austin 317, 15. Light and photosynthesis of different marine algal groups - Per Halldal 345, 16. Light and primary production - E. Steemann Nielsen 361, 17. Remote spectroscopy of the sea for biological production studies - George L. Clarke and Gifford C. Ewing 389, 18. Underwater light and the orientation of animals - Talbot H. Waterman 415, 19. Bioluminescence - Brian P. Boden and Elizabeth M. Kampa 445, Author index 471, Subject index 481Author = "Jerlov, N. G."
1. Introduction Nature of the subject Historical note Terminology Part I. Inherent optical properties of sea water 2. Scattering The scattering problem Scatterance meters Scattering by water Refractive index and dispersion of sea water Particle scattering The volume scattering function Total scattering coefficient Dispersion of scattering Scattering and particle size Multiple scattering Polarization of scattered light 3. Beam attenuation The attenuation process Beam transmittance meters Attenuance of sea water Fluorescence Part II. Underwater radiant energy 4. Global radiation incident on the sea surface Spectral distributions Angular distributions Polarization 5. Reflection at the sea surface Theory Concept of albedo Experimental values of reflectance Dispersion of reflection 6. Refraction at the sea surface Refraction law Change of radiance and irradiance at the surface Effect of waves on refraction 7. Theory of radiative transfer in the sea Simple integration of scattered light Semi-empirical model Relation between downward and upward radiance Radiative transfer equation Radiance model of the visibility laboratory Chandrasekhar's method Asymptotic state 8. Techniques of underwater light measurement Collectors Detectors Filters Orientation problem Meters Calibration Measuring procedure 9. Radiance Radiance in the upper layers Asymptotic radiance distribution 10. Irradiance Downward irradiance in the upper layers Optical classification Total downward irradiance (300-2500 nm) Downward irradiance in deep water Irradiance on a vertical plane Upward irradiance Dependence of irradiance on solar elevation Influence of bottom 11. Polarization of underwater radiance energy General polarization pattern Observations 12. Visibility Contrast Theoretical Measurements Visibility of field radiance 13. Colour of the sea Definitions Perception of colour Colorimetric system Theories of the color of the sea Colour observed above the sea Colour observed in situ Absorption by particles and yellow substance Discoloration of the sea Part III. Applications of optical methods 14. Applications to physical oceanography Object of optical applications Reflection and refraction Distribution of particles Distribution of yellow substance Distribution of fluorescence 15. Applications to marine biology Primary production Bioluminescence Animal orientation References Index
Editor = "Johnstone, James"
Title = "A Study of the Oceans (2nd Ed.)"
Publisher = "Edward Arnold & Co."
Year = "1930"
Table of contents:
I. The geological history of the ocean a. Origin of the earth b. Tidal hypothesis c. Planetisimal hypothesis d. The new tidal hypothesis e. Age of the earth f. Subsequent history of the earth g. Age of the earth's crust h. History of the earth's crust i. The earth-moon system j. Cooling of the earth k. Envelopes of the earth l. The hydrosphere m. Age of the ocean n. The atmosphere o. Earth features p. Earth elevations q. Shields r. Earth depressions s. Continental shelf t. Ocean bed u. Face of the earth v. Antipodal regions w. Permanence of the ocean x. Origin of the continents y. Earth movements z. Isostasy aa. Volume and depth of the ocean II. Classical geography of the ocean a. The ocean of Homer b. Early scientific geography c. Thales of Miletus d. Hecateus e. Herodotus f. Aristotle g. The Habitable World h. Eratosthenes and the measurement of the earth i. Posidonius j. Strabo k. Pliny l. Ptolemy the astronomer m. Classical observation n. Latitude o. Longitude p. Greek measurements q. The Itineraries and Peripli r. Classical oceanography III. The crossing of the ocean a. Greek geography b. The new road to the East c. Marco Polo d. Prester John e. The medieval circumnavigation of Africa f. Prince Henry the Navigator g. Bartholemew Diaz h. Vasco da Gama i. The medieval crossing of the Atlantic j. Geography in the time of Columbus k. Ancient crossings of the Atlantic l. Islands of the Atlantic m. The Fortunate Islands n. Columbus o. Columbus and the variation of the compass p. The American coast q. Geography after Columbus r. The finding of the Strait s. Discovery of the Pacific t. Magellan u. The habitable world in 1529 v. Limits of human distribution w. The political world in 1529 x. The Pope's line IV. The circumpolar regions a. The Far North b. Cabot c. Portuguese voyages in the 16th century d. English voyages in the 15th century e. John Davis f. Baffin and Hudson g. The North-West Passage h. State of knowledge in the 18th century i. The North Polar Region j. The find of the Passage k. The north magnetic pole l. The North American coast m. Franklin n. Amundsen in 1903 o. The North-East Passage p. Search for the Pole q. Nansen and the "Fram" r. Peary at the North Pole s. The Far South t. The Southern Continent of Ptolemy u. The great Southern Ocean v. The Antarctic continent w. Scott's "Discovery" expedition x. Physical geography of the circumpolar regions y. Polar ice z. The Paleocrystic Sea aa. Life in the circumpolar regions V. The Atlantic Ocean a. Dimensions of the earth b. Frames of reference c. Navigational instruments d. Physical geography e. Depths of the ocean f. Soundings g. The shallow water zone h. Depths of the Atlantic i. The continental shelf and slope j. The ocean bed k. Materials of the ocean floor l. Physical conditions on the ocean floor m. Form of the Atlantic n. Atlantic tributary seas o. Classification of water regions p. Epeiric seas q. Epicontinental seas r. Earth-folds s. Islands of the Atlantic t. Continental islands u. Shelf islands v. Epicontinental islands w. Oceanic islands x. The lost Atlantis y. Cycles of civilization z. Prehistoric civilizations aa. The aborigines of the Fortunate Islands bb. Geology of the Atlantic cc. The ancient Atlantic VI. The Pacific Ocean a. Aborigines of the Pacific b. Peoples of the Pacific c. Physical geography of the Pacific d. The American Pacific margin e. The Asiatic margin f. The Melanesian margin g. The West Pacific Seas h. Structure of the Pacific region i. Form of the Pacific Ocean bed j. Pacific oceanic islands k. Coral islands l. Coral reefs m. Geology of the Pacific Ocean VII. The Indian Ocean a. Human races b. Cycles of civilization c. The Phoenicians d. Phoenicians on the sea e. The ancient circumnavigation of Africa f. The Romans on the Indian Ocean g. Physical geography of the Indian Ocean h. Indian oceanic islands i. Tributary seas of the Indian Ocean j. Comparison of the oceans
Editor = "Jones, Philip D. and Raymond S.
Bradley and Jean Jouzel"
Title = "Climatic Variations and Forcing Mechanisms of the last 2000 Years"
Publisher = "Springer"
Year = "1996"
LOC = "QC 884 C59 1996"
ISBN = "3-540-60695-5"
Table of contents:
A. Dendroclimatology 1. Tree-ring variables as proxy-climate indicators: Problems with low-frequency signals - K. R. Briffa, et al. 2. Tree-ring density networks for climate reconstruction - F. H. Schweingruber and K. R. Briffa 3. Millenial and near-millenial scale dendroclimatic studies in northern North America - G. Jacoby, et al. 4. Reconciling the glacial and dendrochronological records for the last millenium in the Canadian Rockies - B. H. Luckman 5. Multimillenial dendroclimatic studies from the western United States - M. K. Hughes and L. J. Graumlich 6. Large-scale climatic influences on bald cypress tree growth across the southeastern United States - D. W. Stahle and M. K. Cleavelend 7. Inter-decadal climate oscillations in the Tasmanian sector of the Southern Hemisphere: Evidence from tree rings over the past three millenia - E. R. Cook et al. 8. Interdecadal climatic variations in millenial temperature reconstructions from southern South America - R. Villalba et al. B. Ice cores 1. Frequency analysis of an annually resolved 700 year paleoclimate record from the GISP2 ice core - J. W. C. White et al. 2. Climate reconstruction from water isotopes: What do we learn from isotopic models? - J. Jouzel et al. 3. Climate changes in the Atlantic sector of Antarctica over the past 500 years from ice-core and other evidence - D. A. Peel et al. 4. Holocene climate changes recorded in an East Antarctica ice core - E. Mosley-Thompson 5. Climatic changes for the last 2000 years inferred from ice core evidence in tropical ice cores - L. G. Thompson 6. Inter-comparison of ice core delta-O18 and precipitation records from sites in Canada and Greenland over the last 3500 years and over the last few centuries in detail using EOF techniques - D. A. Fisher C. Corals 1. Coral records of climate change: Understanding past variability in the tropical ocean-atmosphere - J. Cole 2. The potential of massive corals for the study of high-resolution climate variation in the past millenium - J. M. Lough et al. 3. Eastern Pacific corals monitor El Nino/Southern Oscillation, precipitation, and sea surface temperature variability over the past 3 centuries - R. B. Dunbar et al. D. Historical evidence 1. Reconstructions of past cliate from historical sources - R. Brazdil 2. The analysis of two bi-millenial series: Tiber and Po River floods - D. Camuffo and S. Enzi E. Varved sediments 1. High resolution lacustrine sediments and their potential for paleoclimatic reconstruction - Bernd Zolitschka 2. Varved sediment records of recent seasonal to millenial scale environmental variability - J. Overpeck F. Forcing factors 1. Intercomparisons of proxies for past solar variability - J. Beer et al. 2. Reconstructions of past solar variability - J. Lean 3. The volcanic record in ice cores for the past 2000 years - A. Robock and M. P. Free 4. Changes in trace gas concentrations during the last 2000 years and, more generally, the Holocene - D. Raynaud et al. 5. The potential for modeling the effects of different forcing factors on climate during the past 2000 years - D. Rind G. Conclusions 1. Temperature changes on long time and large spatial scales: Inferences from instrumental and proxy records - H. F. Diaz 2. Are there optimum sites for global paleotemperature reconstructions? - R. S. Bradley 3. What can the instrumental record tell us about longer timescale paleoclimatic reconstructions? - P. D. Jones and K. R. Briffa 4. Conclusions and recommendations - P. D. Jones et al.
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