Shah, Santosh K. Pandey, Uttam and Mehrotra, Nivedita 2018. Precipitation reconstruction for the Lidder Valley, Kashmir Himalaya using tree-rings of Cedrus deodara . International Journal of Climatology,
Sohar, Kristina Altman, Jan Lehečková, Eliška and Doležal, Jiří 2017. Growth-climate relationships of Himalayan conifers along elevational and latitudinal gradients. International Journal of Climatology, Vol. 37, Issue. 5, p. 2593.
Rajmanickam, Vijayaraj Achyuthan, Hema Eastoe, Christopher and Farooqui, Anjum 2017. Early-Holocene to present palaeoenvironmental shifts and short climate events from the tropical wetland and lake sediments, Kukkal Lake, Southern India: Geochemistry and palynology. The Holocene, Vol. 27, Issue. 3, p. 404.
Chand, Pritam Sharma, Milap Chand Bhambri, Rakesh Sangewar, Chandrashekhar V and Juyal, Navin 2017. Reconstructing the pattern of the Bara Shigri Glacier fluctuation since the end of the Little Ice Age, Chandra valley, north-western Himalaya. Progress in Physical Geography, Vol. 41, Issue. 5, p. 643.
Cai, Qiufang Liu, Yu Duan, Bingchuang and Sun, Changfeng 2017. Regional difference of the start time of the recent warming in Eastern China: prompted by a 165-year temperature record deduced from tree rings in the Dabie Mountains. Climate Dynamics,
Sengupta, Saikat Borgaonkar, Hemant Joy, Reji Mariya and Ram, Somaru 2017. Monsoon climate response in Indian teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) along a transect from coast to inland. Theoretical and Applied Climatology,
Cai, QiuFang and Liu, Yu 2017. Two centuries temperature variations over subtropical southeast China inferred from Pinus taiwanensis Hayata tree-ring width. Climate Dynamics, Vol. 48, Issue. 5-6, p. 1813.
Gaire, Narayan Prasad Bhuju, Dinesh Raj Koirala, Madan Shah, Santosh K. Carrer, Marco and Timilsena, Rupraj 2017. Tree-ring based spring precipitation reconstruction in western Nepal Himalaya since AD 1840. Dendrochronologia, Vol. 42, p. 21.
Shekhar, Mayank Bhardwaj, Anshuman Singh, Shaktiman Ranhotra, Parminder S. Bhattacharyya, Amalava Pal, Ashish K. Roy, Ipsita Martín-Torres, F. Javier and Zorzano, María-Paz 2017. Himalayan glaciers experienced significant mass loss during later phases of little ice age. Scientific Reports, Vol. 7, Issue. 1,
Sharma, Shubhra Shukla, A.D. Bartarya, S.K. Marh, B.S. and Juyal, Navin 2017. The Holocene floods and their affinity to climatic variability in the western Himalaya, India. Geomorphology, Vol. 290, p. 317.
Zhao, Huiying Gong, Lijuan Qu, Huihui Zhu, Haixia Li, Xiufen and Zhao, Fang 2016. The climate change variations in the northern Greater Khingan Mountains during the past centuries. Journal of Geographical Sciences, Vol. 26, Issue. 5, p. 585.
Dolezal, Jiri Leheckova, Eliska Sohar, Kristina Dvorsky, Miroslav Kopecky, Martin Chlumska, Zuzana Wild, Jan and Altman, Jan 2016. Annual and intra-annual growth dynamics of Myricaria elegans shrubs in arid Himalaya. Trees, Vol. 30, Issue. 3, p. 761.
Ram, Somaru and Borgaonkar, H.P. 2016. Reconstruction of heat index based on tree-ring width records of western Himalaya in India. Dendrochronologia, Vol. 40, p. 64.
Dixit, Yama and Tandon, Sampat K. 2016. Hydroclimatic variability on the Indian subcontinent in the past millennium: Review and assessment. Earth-Science Reviews, Vol. 161, p. 1.
Misra, Krishna G. Yadav, Ram R. and Misra, Sandhya 2015. Satluj river flow variations since AD 1660 based on tree-ring network of Himalayan cedar from western Himalaya, India. Quaternary International, Vol. 371, p. 135.
Liang, Fuyuan Brook, George A. Kotlia, Bahadur S. Railsback, L. Bruce Hardt, Benjamin Cheng, Hai Edwards, R. Lawrence and Kandasamy, Selvaraj 2015. Panigarh cave stalagmite evidence of climate change in the Indian Central Himalaya since AD 1256: Monsoon breaks and winter southern jet depressions. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 124, p. 145.
Yadav, Ram R. Misra, Krishna G. Yadava, Akhilesh K. Kotlia, Bahadur S. and Misra, Sandhya 2015. Tree-ring footprints of drought variability in last ∼300 years over Kumaun Himalaya, India and its relationship with crop productivity. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 117, p. 113.
He, Minhui Yang, Bao and Datsenko, Nina M. 2014. A six hundred-year annual minimum temperature history for the central Tibetan Plateau derived from tree-ring width series. Climate Dynamics, Vol. 43, Issue. 3-4, p. 641.
A network of 12 tree-ring width chronologies of Himalayan cedar (Cedrus deodara) from the western Himalayan region, India, has been used to reconstruct mean spring (March–May) temperature variations back to A.D. 1600. The most conspicuous feature of the temperature reconstruction is the long-term cooling trend since the late 17th century that ended early in the 20th century. The warmest 30-yr mean for the 20th century was recorded during 1945–1974. However, this warming, in the context of the past four centuries is well within the range of natural variability, since warmer springs of greater magnitude occurred in the later part of the 17th century (1662–1691).
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