6. Cenozoic III - End of Pleistocene
Links, some Danish - some English:
Drivtømmer og strandvolde afslører 10.000 års variationer i havisen Jens Ramskov in Ingeniøren.
Historic variations in Sea Levels Part 1- from the Holocene to Romans (pdf).
Late Pleistocene and Holocene climate of SE Australia reconstructed from dust and river loads deposited offshore the River Murray Mouth Franz Gingele, Patrick De Deckker og Marc Norman (pdf).
HOCLAT - A web-based Holocene Climate Atlas Heinz Wanner og Stefan Ritz - University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland (pdf).
Mid- to Late Holocene climate change: an overview Heinz Wanner, Jurg Beer, Jonathan Butikofer med flere (pdf).
Drivtømmer fundet på Nordgrønland - Youtube Interview med Svend Funder lektor ved Grundforskningscenteret for Geogenetik.
Roman Warming (was it global?) JoNova Tackling tribal groupthink.
Klimaskifte - Fimbulvetr - den store vinter år 536 e. Kr. Verasir - Som altid behandler Flemming Rickfors emnet meget grundigt.
Variability and extremes of northern Scandinavian summer temperatures over the past two millennia. by Jan Esper, Ulf Büntgen, Mauri Timonen og David C. Frank (pdf).
Not So Hot in East China. World Climate Report.
Om Grønland, dets natur og klimatiske forhold - et uddrag fra kongespejlet. Oversat fra Islandsk og med forord af Chr. Dorph (pdf).
Nordboernes livsgrundlag i Sydvest Grønland. af Naja Mikkelsen og Antoon Kuijpers - Specialartikel fra GEUS' Årsberetning for 2000.
Vikingerne dyrkede korn på Grønland. af Sybille Hildebrandt - Videnskab.dk.
Evidence of a medieval warm period in Antarctica. SPPI & CO2SCIENCE ORIGINAL PAPER.
History of Medieval Greenland and associated places, like Iceland and Vinland. Marc Carlson has prepared a very useful list of all known intelligence from Norse Greenland inc. an inventory of sources and links.
What Water Temperatures Can Cod Handle? The Fish Site.
Global and European temperature (CSI 012/CLIM 001) - Assessment published May 2011 by European Environment Agency.
Svensmark: The Cloud Mystery youtube Dokumentar af Lars Oxfeldt Mortensen. - 52 minutter.
Solpletterne forsvinder om få år, spår amerikanske forskere Jens Ramskov - Ingeniøren.
Solarmonitor.org Here you can follow the development of sun spots.
Holocene climatic and environmental changes in the arid and semi-arid areas of China: a review Z. D. Feng, C. B. An og H. B. Wang.
To The Horror Of Global Warming Alarmists, Global Cooling Is Here af Peter Ferrara i Forbes.
The Great Global Warming Swindle - youtube BBC dokumentar.
I never tire of recommending Flemming Rickfors' section on Vinland and Greenland (danish) Fra Grønland til Nyaland - Asernes Æt.
Earth's Climate History (Kindle Edition) by Anton Uriarte.
Climate, History and the Modern World (Kindle Edition) by H. H. Lamb.
Syun-Ichi Akasofu's model of interglacials as result of heat pulses.
Everything is relative, Syun-Ichi Akasofu of the International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks seems to think. Most believe that the current average global temperature of 14-15 degrees is normal, and ice ages are abnormal. Syun-Ichi believe that the ordinary normal average temperature on our planet is a glacial temperature of about 5 degrees and the 15 degrees occurs only in short periodic heating periods, which happens every approx. 100,000 years. The heat always comes quickly and then disappears returning the climate down to the normal 5 degrees. Syun-Ichi does not mention, but with such a view, you can almost only think that the periodic heat pulses come from the Sun.
The Big Ice Age or The Big Steamy Age? Syun-Ichi Akasofu International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Muller and MacDonald suggest that the recurring glaciations and interglacials are due to that Earth at regular intervals moves through regions of space with cosmic dust, which is assumed to reduce the solar radiation that Earth receives.
One can visualize the alterative astronomical cycle that Muller and MacDonald have found, which suits the climatic records. Imagine a flat disc with the sun in the middle and the nine planets that orbit around it close to the disc. In fact, all the planets orbit close to such an imaginary disc. It is believed that this imaginary disc space contains more cosmic dust than the rest of the space. At regular intervals Earth's orbit tilts slowly out of the level of the imaginary disc, heat up because of the more clean space, then returns again. When Muller the first time calculated the cycle of Earth's orbit deviation from the Solar System's imaginary disc level in 1993, he found that it repeated every 100,000 years.
Astronomical Theory Offers New Explanation For Ice Age Berkeley Lab - Research News by Jeffery Kahn. June 11, 1997 - explanation of Muller and MacDonald's theory.
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