Publications

 Some publications about or using our Mongolian tree-ring work:
 

D'Arrigo, R., D. Frank, G. Jacoby and N. Pederson. 2001. Spatial response to Major Volcanic Events on or about AD 536, 934 and 1258: Frost Rings and other Dendrochronological Evidence from Mongolia. (in press, Climatic Change)
Jacoby, G.C. and N. Pederson (eds.) 2001. Proceedings of the Meeting on Mongolian Paleoclimatology and Environmental Research, Lamont-Doherty Earth Obs., Palisades, NY, 113 p. (includes 3 papers by Lamont authors).
Pederson, N., G.C. Jacoby, R.D. D'Arrigo, E.R. Cook, B.M. Buckley, C. Dugarjav, and R. Mijiddorj. 2001.

Hydrometeorological Reconstructions for Northeastern Mongolia Derived from Tree Rings: AD 1651-1995 Journal of Climate 14: 872-881.

D'Arrigo, R.D., Gordon Jacoby, David Frank, Neil Pederson, Edward Cook, Brendan Buckley, Baatarbileg Nachin, R. Mijiddorj, and Chultamiin Dugarjav, 2001. 1738 Years of Mongolian Temperature Variability Inferred from a Tree-Ring Width Chronology of Siberian Pine, Geophysical Research Letters 28: 543-546.
D'Arrigo, R.D., G.C. Jacoby, Pederson, Neil, Frank, David, Buckley, Brendan , Nachin,Baatarbileg, R. Mijiddorj, and Chultamiin Dugarjav, 2000. Mongolian tree rings, temperature sensitivity and reconstructions of Northern Hemisphere Temperature. The Holocene 10 (6): 669-672.
 
Jacoby, G.C., R.D. D'Arrigo, N. Pederson, B.M. Buckley, Ch. Dugarjav, and R. Mijiddorj, 1999. Temperature and precipitation in Mongolia based on dendroclimatic investigations, IAWA Journal 20: (3) 339-350.
Jacoby, G.C., R.D. D'Arrigo, and G.P. Juday. 1999. Tree-ring indicators of climatic change at northern latitudes, World Resources Review (11) 1, 21-29.
D'Arrigo, R.D., G.C. Jacoby, M. Free, and A. Robock, 1999. Northern hemisphere temperature variability for the past three centuries: tree-ring and model estimates, Climatic Change 42: 663-675. .
Jacoby, G.C., R.D. D'Arrigo, Ts. Davaajamts, 1996. Mongolian tree rings and 20th- century warming. Science, 273, 771-773.
 
*Briffa, K.R., 2000. Annual climate variability in the Holocene: interpreting the message of ancient trees, Quaternary Science Reviews 19, 87-105.
 
*Mann, M.E., R.S. Bradley, and M.K. Hughes, 1999. Northern Hemisphere temperatures during the past millennium: inferences, uncertainties and limitations. Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 759-762.
 
*Mann, M.E., R.S. Bradley, and M.K. Hughes, 1998. Global-scale temperature patterns and climate forcing over the past six centuries, Nature 392, 779-787.
 
* = used MATRIP data


Selected Presentations
 
Nachin, B., G.C. Jacoby, N. Pederson, R.D. DArrigo, B.M. Buckley, C. Dugarjav, R. Mijiddorj, Dendroclimatic studies in Mongolia: the MATRIP project. Intl. Conf. on Dendrochronology for the Third Millennium, Mendoza, Argentina April 2000.
Pederson, N., G.C. Jacoby, R.D. DArrigo, B. Nachin, D. Frank, B.M. Buckley, C. Dugarjav, R. Mijiddorj, Temperature fluctuations over the past 1000 years in western Mongolia. for International Conference on Dendrochronology for the Third Millennium, Mendoza, Argentina April 2000.
 
Pederson, N.: Climate Change from a Tree's Perspective. Fairbank Science Museum & Planetarium, St. Johnsbury, VT. Annual Weather Program Series. March 12, 1999.
 
Buckley, B, G. Jacoby, R. D'Arrigo, N. Pederson, Ch. Dugarjav, R. Mijiddorj, 1998. Recent tree-ring paleoclimate investigations in Mongolia, at School Seminars on Natural Sciences Methods and Applications, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, August, 1998.
 
Pederson, N., B. Buckley, G. Jacoby, R. D'Arrigo, Ch Dugarjav, R. Mijiddorj, 1998. Precipitation and streamflow in Mongolia based on tree-ring paleoclimate investigations, at School Seminars on Natural Sciences Methods and Applications, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, August, 1998.
 
Jacoby, G.C.: Principles of Dendroclimatology, Seminar at National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, August 1997.
Buckley, B.M.: Dendroclimatology in Australasia, Seminar at National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, August 1997.
Jacoby, G.C.: Dendrochronology in Mongolia, Seminar at the Institute of Biological Sciences, Mongolian Academy of Sciences, August 1997.
 
Jacoby, G.C.: Tree-Ring Studies in Mongolia, at the Science Planning Workshop for Mongolian-American Research Initiative, Seabrook, South Carolina, October, 1995.
 


Other Products:

28 sites have been sampled to date. One in particular, Sologotyin Davaa (SolDav; formerly called Tarvagatay Mts.), has been used by ourselves and others in reconstructions and analyses of large-scale to hemispheric temperature variations over the past four centuries.