PAGES 1st Young Scientists Meeting (YSM) – Retrospective Views On Our Planet's Future, 6–7 July 2009, Corvallis, USA

Eds: Cléroux C, Fehrenbacher J, Phipps S, Rupper S, Williams B & Kiefer T

IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, vol. 9, 2010

This special issue emerged from the 1st PAGES Young Scientists Meeting in July 2009 in Corvallis, USA.

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> PAGES 1st Young Scientists Meeting (YSM) – 'Retrospective views on our planet's future'
Cléroux C, Fehrenbacher J, Phipps S, Rupper S, Williams B & Kiefer T

> Response of terrestrial N2O and NOx emissions to abrupt climate change
Pfeiffer M & Kaplan JO

> Evaluating source, chemistry and climate change based upon the isotopic composition of nitrate in ice cores
Hastings MG

> Tropical vegetation evidence for rapid sea level changes associated with Heinrich Events
González C & Dupont LM

> The first-order effect of Holocene Northern Peatlands on global carbon cycle dynamics
Wang Y, Roulet NT, Frolking S, Mysak LA, Liu X & Jin Z

> Assessing antiquity and turnover of terrestrial ecosystems in eastern North America using fossil pollen data: A preliminary study
Liu Y, Jackson ST, Brewer S & Williams JW

> Water availability reconstructions using tree-rings in the Valdivian rainforest ecoregion, Chile
Lara RUA, Peñaa MP & Christie DA

> How different proxies record precipitation variability over southeastern South America
Chiessi CM, Mulitza S, Pätzold J & Wefer G

> Comparison of diatom records of the Heinrich event 1 in the Western North Atlantic
Gil IM, Keigwin LD & Abrantes FG

> Spatial patterns in Central Asian climate and equilibrium line altitudes
Rupper S & Koppes M

> Understanding ENSO dynamics through the exploration of past climates
Phipps SJ & Brown JN

> Could anthropogenic soil erosion have influenced Mediterranean vegetation distribution over the Holocene?
Collins PM, Kaplan JO & Davis BAS

> Sedimentation adjacent to naturally eroding and breakwater-protected shorelines in Chesapeake Bay
Palinkas CM, Koch EW & Barth N

> Temporal trend in the intensity of subsurface saltwater ingressions to coastal Lake Sarbsko (northern Poland) during the last few decades
Woszczyk M, Spychalski W, Lutyńska M & Cieśliński R

> Mid-late Holocene environments of Agua Buena locality (34°50'S; 69°56'W), Mendoza, Argentina
Navarro D, Mehl A, Zarate MA & Paez MM

> 230Th/U-dating of a late Holocene low uranium speleothem from Cuba
Fensterer C, Scholz D, Hoffmann D, Mangini A & Pajón JM

> Quercus macrocarpa annual, early- and latewood widths as hydroclimatic proxies, southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada
Vanstone JR & Sauchyn DJ

> Teberda valley runoff variability (AD 1850–2005) based on tree-ring reconstruction (Northern Caucasus, Russia)
Matskovsky VV, Dolgova EA & Solomina ON

> Mg/Ca variability of the planktonic foraminifera G. ruber s.s. and N. dutertrei from shallow and deep cores determined by electron microprobe image mapping
Fehrenbacher J & Martin P

> North Atlantic Globorotalia inflata coretop Mg/Ca calibrations and temperature reconstructions over Termination I
Farmer EJ, Chapman MR & Andrews JE

> What caused G. truncatulinoides to calcify in shallower water during the early Holocene in the western Atlantic / Gulf of Mexico?
Cléroux C & Lynch-Stieglitz J

> Assessing the potential of Southern Caribbean corals for reconstructions of Holocene temperature variability
Giry C, Felis T, Scheffers S & Fensterer C

> A forward model of cave dripwater δ18O and application to speleothem records
Truebe SA, Ault TR & Cole JE

> Evaluation of the "amount effect" at speleothem sites in the Asian monsoon region
Lee J-E & Swann AL

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