PowerPoint slides

PowerPoint slides covering various aspects of past global change science for educational and informational use.

Note: PowerPoint slides for all of the figures in PAGES Magazine are also available for download. See the relevant issue here. These figures can be used freely provided they are properly cited and the authors also agree. Original source data used in the figure should also be mentioned in the caption.

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Name Author Journal Year Image
Northern Hemisphere temperature reconstruction over the past two millennia
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Moberg A et al. 2005
Southern Hemisphere: Palaeontological LGM sea-ice cover summary
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Schulmeister et al. 2004
New Guinea: Climate and development of human society (LGM to Present)
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Haberle and David 2004
ENSO Reconstruction: Holocene evolution in the Eastern Pacific
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Gagan et al. 2004
New Guinea: Climate change and human occupation
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Gagan et al. 2004
EPICA Dome C Core Record: The deutrium signal for the last 740,000 years
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EPICA Community Members 2004
EPICA Dome C Core Record: Deutrium signal Termination I (LGM) and Termination V
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EPICA Community Members 2004
Paleoclimate, Global Change and the Future (PPT slides)
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2003
The Luochuan Loess sequence in China
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Rousseau DD & Kukla G 2002
Atmospheric CO2 concentration: Last Glacial Maximum to present
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University of Bern Physics Institute 2002
Total area of ice on Kilimanjaro
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Thompson LG & Alverson K et al. 2001
Methane and CO2 during the Holocene
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Raynaud D et al. 2000
Past Global Changes and their Significance for the Future: PAGES 1st Open Science Meeting (PPT slides)
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Quaternary Science Reviews 2000
Northern Hemisphere average surface temperature
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Mann et al. 1999
Paleoclimate Modeling - precipitation over Africa
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Joussaume et al. 1999
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