Original paper

Twentieth-century hydroclimate changes consistent with human influence

Nature64.80
Volume: 569, Issue: 7754, Pages: 59 - 65
Published: May 1, 2019
Abstract
Although anthropogenic climate change is expected to have caused large shifts in temperature and rainfall, the detection of human influence on global drought has been complicated by large internal variability and the brevity of observational records. Here we address these challenges using reconstructions of the Palmer drought severity index obtained with data from tree rings that span the past millennium. We show that three distinct periods are...
Paper Details
Title
Twentieth-century hydroclimate changes consistent with human influence
Published Date
May 1, 2019
Journal
Volume
569
Issue
7754
Pages
59 - 65
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