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First 9 months

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"1st 18 Months"
P.Krusic 3 New Chronologies from Greece! Advisors:
1. Hakan Grudd
2. Anders Moberg
Support:
The Navarino Environmental
Observatory Collaborative.
&
SSAG!
Study Region:
Greece and the northeastern
Mediterranean Phd Candidate:
Deptartment of Physical Geography
and Quarternary Geology Working Thesis Title:
Elevated CO2 and Its Impact on Water-Use Efficiency in Trees: Its Detection through Tree-Rings and Isotopes from the Medieval Warm Period to the present. http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.com/author/aaron-putnam/ Sub-fossil logs in Jamtland in July Extra Curricular Activities
1. Student trainings 2
Germany
Bhutan
2. Journal Reviews 4
3. Workshops 2
4. Software
SignalFree_RCS
XRF_filter
Data Server Programs 2 Curricular Activities Krusic, P.J., E.R. Cook (manuscript in preparation) (In Review or submission)
Testing the hypothesis of globally missing rings in
temperature sensitive dendrochronological data. Jan
Esper, Ulf Büntgen, Jürg Luterbacher, Paul J. Krusic.
(accepted Dendrochronologia)
Synchronous modern warming surpasses natural continental-
scale temperature variability. Kevin Anchukaitis; Scott
Anderson; Asfawossen Asrat; Hemant Borgaonkar;
Martina Braida; Brendan Buckley; Ulf Büntgen; Rochelle
Campbell; Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist; Brian Chase;
Duncan Christie; Edward Cook; Mark Curran; Maria del
Rosario Prieto; Henry Diaz; Jan Esper; Shi Feng;
Quansheng Ge; Joelle Gergis; Fidel Gonzalez-Rouco;
Stefan Grab; Nick Graham; Martin Grosjean; Sami
Hanhijärvi; Malcom Hughes; Darrell Kaufman; Thorsten
Kiefer; Atte Korhola; Paul Krusic; Antonio Lara; Anne-
Marie Leziné; Andrew Lorrey; Brian Luckman; Jürg
Luterbacher; Mariano Masiokas; Danny McCarroll; Joe
McConnell; David Meko; Thamban Meloth; Mariano
Morales; Andrew Moy; Robert Mulvaney; Ignacio Mundo;
Takeshi Nakatsuka; David Nash; Raphael Neukom;
Sharon Nicholson; Hans Oerter; Jonathan Palmer;
Gregory Pederson; Stephen Phipps; Andres Rivera; Masaki
Sano; Mirko Severi; Tim Shanahan; Michael Sigl; Olga
Solomina; Scott St.George; David Stahle; Eric Steig;
Barbara Stenni; Valerie Trouet; Chris Turney;
Mohammed Umer; Tas van Ommen; Dirk Verschuren;
Andre Viau; Ricardo Villalba; Bo Vinther; Lucien von
Gunten; Sebastian Wagner; Eugene Wahl; Heinz
Wanner; Johannes Werner; Eduardo Zorita. (in
final stages of preparation)
Accomplishments:
Akademic: 2
Proposals: 0
Publications: 6, 2 in the pipeline
Northern Hemisphere temperature patterns in the last 12
centuries. F. C. Ljungqvist P.J. Krusic G. Brattstrom,
and H. S. Sundqvist. 2012, Climate of the Past.
Three centuries of Myanmar monsoon climate variability
inferred from teak tree rings. Rosanne D’Arrigo, Jonathan
Palmer, Caroline C. Ummenhofer, Nyi Nyi Kyaw4 and
Paul Krusic. 2012, GRL
Advances towards improved low-frequency tree-ring
reconstructions, using an updated Pinus sylvestris L. MXD
network from the Scandinavian Mountains Jesper A Björklund
Björn E Gunnarson, Paul J Krusic, Håkan Grudd, Torbjörn
Josefsson, Lars Östlund and Hans W Linderholm. 2012
Theoretical and Applied Climatology.
Tree-ring reconstructed boreal summer temperature anomalies
for temperate East Asia since 800 C.E. Edward R. Cook,
Paul J. Krusic, Kevin J. Anchukaitis, Brendan M. Buckley,
Takeshi Nakatsuka, Masaki Sano, PAGES Asia2k Members.
2012 (in press: Climate Dynamics)
No evidence for misdating of tree-ring chronologies associated
with large-scale volcanic cooling. Kevin J. Anchukaitis, Petra Breitenmoser, Keith R. Briffa, Agata Buchwal, Ulf Büntgen, Edward R. Cook, Rosanne D. D’Arrigo, Jan Esper, Michael N. Evans, Dave Frank, Håkan Grudd, Björn Gunnarson, Malcolm K. Hughes, Alexander V. Kirdyanov, Christian Körner, Paul J. Krusic, Brian Luckman, Thomas M. Melvin, Matthew W. Salzer, Alexander V. Shashkin, Claudia Timmreck, Eugene A. Vaganov, Rob Wilson. 2012 Nature GeoSceince Thank you!
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