Special issues

Special issues (and all of the articles) emerging from PAGES groups, projects, or meetings. Only special issues acknowleding PAGES or the Working Group are listed.

Individual articles within the special issues.
Special issues emerging from PAGES activities.
Name Author Journal Year Image
Climate variability and socio-environmental changes in the northern Aegean (NE Mediterranean) during the last 1500 years
Special issue articles
Gogou A, Triantaphyllou M, Xoplaki E, Izdebski A, Parinos C, Dimiza M, Bouloubassi I, Luterbacher J,... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Millennial-scale variability in the American tropics and subtropics
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Climate of the Past 2016
Realising consilience: How better communication between archaeologists, historians and natural scientists can transform the study of past climate change in the Mediterranean
Special issue articles
Izdebski A, Holmgren K, Weiberg E, Stocker SR, Büntgen U, Florenzano A, Gogou A, Leroy SAG, Luterbac... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
The environmental, archaeological and historical evidence for regional climatic changes and their societal impacts in the Eastern Mediterranean in Late Antiquity
Special issue articles
Izdebski A, Pickett J, Roberts N & Waliszewski T Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
The Medieval Climate Anomaly and Byzantium: A review of the evidence on climatic fluctuations, economic performance and societal change
Special issue articles
Xoplaki E, Fleitmann D, Luterbacher J, Wagner S, Haldon JF, Zorita E, Telelis I, Toreti A & Izdebski... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
The socio-environmental history of the Peloponnese during the Holocene: Towards an integrated understanding of the past
Special issue articles
Weiberg E, Unkel I, Kouli K, Holmgren K, Avramidis P, Bonnier A, Dibble F, Finné M, Izdebski A, Katr... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Mediterranean Holocene climate, environment and human societies
Special issue articles
Holmgren K, Gogou A, Izdebski A, Luterbacher J, Sicre M-A & Xoplaki E... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Mediterranean Holocene Climate, Environment and Human Societies
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Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Evidence of resilience to past climate change in Southwest Asia: Early farming communities and the 9.2 and 8.2 ka events
Special issue articles
Floh P, Fleitmann D, Matthews R, Matthews W & Black S... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Holocene evolution of Lake Shkodra: Multidisciplinary evidence for diachronic landscape change in northern Albania
Special issue articles
Mazzini I, Gliozzi E, Galaty M, Bejko L, Sadori L, Soulié-Märsche I, Koçi R, Van Welden A & Bushati ... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Climate, environment and society in southern Italy during the last 2000 years. A review of the environmental, historical and archaeological evidence
Special issue articles
Sadori L, Giraudi C, Masi A, Magny M, Ortu E, Zanchetta G & Izdebski A... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Climate change versus land management in the Po Plain (Northern Italy) during the Bronze Age: New insights from the VP/VG sequence of the Terramara Santa Rosa di Poviglio
Special issue articles
Cremaschi M, Mercuri AM, Torri P, Florenzano A, Pizzi C, Marchesini M & Zerboni A... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Human–climate interactions in the central Mediterranean region during the last millennia: The laminated record of Lake Butrint (Albania)
Special issue articles
Morellón M, Anselmetti FS, Ariztegui D, Brushulli B, Sinopoli G, Wagner B, Sadori L, Gilli A & Pambu... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Comparative modeling of Bronze Age land use in the Malatya Plain (Turkey)
Special issue articles
Arikan B, Balossi Restelli F & Masi A Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
Climatic changes and social transformations in the Near East and North Africa during the ‘long’ 4th millennium BC: A comparative study of environmental and archaeological evidence
Special issue articles
Clarke J, Brooks N, Banning EB, Bar-Matthews M, Campbell S, Clare L, Cremaschi M, di Lernia S, Drake... Quaternary Science Reviews 2016
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