Graduate students publish unprecedented 900-year climate record for the Northeastern United States

Dan Miller, Helen Habicht, and Benjamin Keilsing in an inflatable boat on a wooded lake, recovering sediment traps...

Graduate students Daniel Miller, Helen Habicht, and Benjamin Keisling, with Dr.'s Isla Castañeda and Ray Bradley published the longest and highest-resolution climate record for the Northeastern United States in Climate of the Past, which reveals previously undetected past temperature cycles and extends the record 900 years into the past, well beyond the previous early date of 1850.  Read more...

UPDATE: Their research was featured in a story by WWLP News in Springfield! You can watch the video here.
 

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