The two primary methods of investigating past climate are through proxy records (e.g. tree rings, ice cores, and corals) and climate models. These two methods have different strengths and weaknesses, and paleoclimate data assimilation is a method which aims to utilize the advantages of each to reconstruct past climate. Our new paper, published today in Climate of the Past (available here: https://www.clim-past.net/15/1251/2019/), explores this method and reconstructs multiple climate fields over the past 2000 years. Take a look.
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The climates that we have is always changing and we need some experts that are expert in this field. We can always count on these people and we are assured that the information that we will get from them are reliable and will help us throughout the week. The study about climate is not that easy since there are many methods that are needed to be done. Let us read this post and share the insightful ideas that we can find here.
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Michael Erb is an Assistant Research Professor at Northern Arizona University.