New papers 2017/12/4–12/10 (Nature, Science, etc...)

New papers 2017/12/4–12/10 (Nature, Science, etc...)
1. Greater future global warming inferred from Earth’s recent energy budget
Patrick T. Brown, Ken Caldeira

2. Future loss of Arctic sea-ice cover could drive a substantial decrease in California’s rainfall
Ivana Cvijanovic, Benjamin D. Santer, Céline Bonfils, Donald D. Lucas, John C. H. Chiang, Susan Zimmerman

3. Phenological shifts conserve thermal niches in North American birds and reshape expectations for climate-driven range shifts
Jacob B. Socolar, Peter N. Epanchin, Steven R. Beissinger, Morgan W. Tingley

4. Scale-dependent climatic drivers of human epidemics in ancient China
Huidong Tian, Chuan Yan, Lei Xu, Ulf Büntgen, Nils C. Stenseth, Zhibin Zhang

5. Wetter subtropics in a warmer world: Contrasting past and future hydrological cycles
Natalie J. Burls, Alexey V. Fedorov

6. Holocene fluctuations in human population demonstrate repeated links to food production and climate*
Andrew Bevan, Sue Colledge, Dorian Fuller, Ralph Fyfe, Stephen Shennan, Chris Stevens

Nature Geoscience
Nature communications
Nature Climate Change

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New Papers(Elsevier) 2017/10/23 – 10/29

Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
1.     Seasonal and temporal CO2 dynamics in three tropical mangrove creeks – A revision of global mangrove CO2 emissions
Judith A. Rosentreter, D.T Maher, D.V. Erler, R. Murraya, B.D. Eyre

2.     Arsenic uptake in bacterial calcite
Tiziano Catelani, Brunella Perito, Francesco, Bellucci, Sang Soo Lee, Paul Fenter, Matthew Newville, Valentina Rimondi, Giovanni Pratesi, Pilario Costagliola

Global and Planetary Change
3.     Miocene vegetation shift and climate change: Evidence from the Siwalik of Nepal
Gaurav Srivastava, Khum N. Paudayal, Torsten Utescher, d, R.C. Mehrotra

4.     Contrasting pattern of hydrological changes during the past two millennia from central and northern India: Regional climate differences or anthropogenic impact?
Praveen K. Mishra, Sushma Prasad, Norbert Marwan, A. Anoop, R. Krishnan, Birgit Gaye, N. Basavaiah, Martina Stebich, Philip Menzel, Nils Riede

5.     Summer moisture changes in the Lake Qinghai area on the northeastern Tibetan Plateau recorded from a meadow section over the past 8400 yrs
Xiangzhong Li, Xiangjun Liu, Yuxin He, Weiguo Liu, Xin Zhou, Zheng Wang
Terrestrial plants δ13C was used to deduce varied moisture in the Lake Qinghai area
Dry period from 7.4 to 6.0 ka has ever been present during the middle Holocene
Moisture changes were mainly affected by interaction between the ISM and EASM

Quaternary Science Reviews
6.     Archaeal community changes in Lateglacial lake sediments: Evidence from ancient DNA
Engy Ahmed, Laura Parducci, Per Unneberg, Rasmus Ågren, Frederik Schenk, Jayne E. Rattray, Lu Han, h, Francesco Muschitiello, Mikkel W. Pedersen, Rienk H. Smittenberg, Kweku Afrifa Yamoah, Tanja Slotte, Barbara Wohlfarth

7.     Holocene reef growth over irregular Pleistocene karst confirms major influence of hydrodynamic factors on Holocene reef development
Marcos Salas-Saavedra, Belinda Dechnik, Gregory E. Webb, Jody M. Webster, Jian-xin Zhao, Luke D. Nothdurft, Tara R. Clark, Trevor Graham, Stephanie Duce
Holocene reef development is highly influenced by hydrodynamic factors
Holocene reef growth obscured significant Pleistocene antecedent topography
Sea level change triggered different responses in different areas of the same reef

8.     Early Holocene humidity patterns in the Iberian Peninsula reconstructed from lake, pollen and speleothem records
Mario Morellón, Josu Aranbarri, Ana Moreno, Penélope González-Sampériz, Blas L. Valero-Garcés
Review of available high-resolution paleoenvironmental records of the Iberian Peninsula extending back to the late glacial
A large spatial and temporal variability of hydrological conditions during the Early Holocene has been recorded
A multidisciplinary approach, including lake, speleothem and pollen records, has been used
Atlantic-influenced sites experienced a gradual increase in humidity from the end of the Younger Dryas to the Mid Holocene
Continental and Mediterranean-influenced areas recorded prolonged aridity after the Younger Dryas until 10 to 9 cal kyrs BP

9.     Palynology of the Last Interglacial Complex at Lake Ohrid: palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic inferences
Gaia Sinopoli, Alessia Masi, Eleonora Regattieri, Bernd Wagner, Alexander Francke, Odile Peyron, Laura Sadori

Palaeogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology
10.  Variation in monsoonal rainfall sources (Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal) during the late Quaternary: Implications for regional vegetation and fluvial systems
Sayak Basua, Prasanta Sanyal, Kshirod Sahoo, Naveen Chauhan, Anindya Sarkar, Navin Juyal

11.  Anomalously low δ18O values of high-latitude Permo-Triassic paleosol siderite
Zachary D. Richard, David Pollard, Lee R. Kump, Timothy S. White

12.  Stable isotopes in large herbivore tooth enamel capture a mid-Miocene precipitation spike in the interior Pacific Northwest
Amanda E. Drewicz, Matthew J. Kohn

Quaternary International
13.  Tributary effects on fluvial terrace development since the last interglacial in the upper Tama River valley, central Japan
Takayuki Takahashi, Toshihiko Sugai

14.  Reconstruction of LGM faunal patterns using Species Distribution Modelling. The archaeological record of the Solutrean in Iberia
María de Andrés-Herrero, Daniel Becker, Gerd-Ch Weniger

15.  Implications of palaeohydrological proxies on the late Holocene Indian Summer Monsoon variability, western India
Alpa Sridhar, L.S. Chamyal

Marine Geology
Quaternary Geochronology
Quaternary Research
Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Chemical Geology
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