Mapping Ancient Africa online seminar took place on Thursday 10 November 2022. The seminar was delivered by Manu Chevalier (University of Bonn) and showcased his new publication entitled: An introduction to the . Climate REconstruction SofTware (CREST) model
Details of this seminar can be found
here. You can find more Mapping Ancient Africa seminar videos on the “Ecology of the Past” YouTube channel.
Chevalier, M. (2022) crestr: an R package to perform probabilistic climate reconstructions from palaeoecological datasets.
Climate of the Past 18, 821-844. DOI: 10.5194/cp-18-821-2022
crestr An R package to perform probabilistic palaeoclimate reconstructions from palaeoecological datasets https://mchevalier2.github.io/crestr/
Mapping Ancient Africa, Online resources, William Gosling •
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On behalf of Manu Chevalier, Anne Dallmeyer, Ulrike Herzschuh, Thomas Hickler, Yoshi Maezumi and Martin Claussen I would like to draw your attention to a special issue of
entitled: Climate of the Past . The call for papers for this special issue is now open (closing date: December 2024). See below for full details and how to submit. “Past vegetation dynamics and their role in past climate changes” Continue Reading
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Tags: Climate change, climate of the past, comparison, data-model, dynamics, Earth System models, global, regional, Special Issue, vegetation, vegetation-climate •