Musotto, Lorena Laura Borromei, Ana María Bianchinotti, María Virginia Coronato, Andrea Menounos, Brian Osborn, Gerald and Marr, Robert 2017. Postglacial environments in the southern coast of Lago Fagnano, central Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, based on pollen and fungal microfossils analyses. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Vol. 238, p. 43.
Cardillo, Marcelo Borrazzo, Karen and Charlin, Judith 2016. Environment, space, and morphological variation of projectile points in Patagonia (Southern South America). Quaternary International, Vol. 422, p. 44.
Li, Yuanping Ma, Chunmei Zhou, Bin Cui, Anning Zhu, Cheng Huang, Run and Zheng, Chaogui 2016. Environmental processes derived from peatland geochemistry since the last deglaciation in Dajiuhu, Shennongjia, central China. Boreas, Vol. 45, Issue. 3, p. 423.
Loader, N. J. Street-Perrott, F. A. Mauquoy, D. Roland, T. P. van Bellen, S. Daley, T. J. Davies, D. Hughes, P. D. M. Pancotto, V. O. Young, G. H. F. Amesbury, M. J. Charman, D. J. Mallon, G. and Yu, Z. C. 2016. Measurements of hydrogen, oxygen and carbon isotope variability inSphagnummoss along a micro-topographical gradient in a southern Patagonian peatland. Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol. 31, Issue. 4, p. 426.
Musotto, Lorena Laura Borromei, Ana María Coronato, Andrea Menounos, Brian Osborn, Gerald and Marr, Robert 2016. Late Pleistocene and Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes in central Tierra del Fuego (~54°S) inferred from pollen analysis. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, Vol. 25, Issue. 2, p. 117.
Musotto, Lorena Laura Borromei, Ana María Bianchinotti, María Virginia and Coronato, Andrea 2016. Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of central Tierra del Fuego (Argentina) based on pollen and fungi. Quaternary International,
Pallo, María Cecilia and Borrazzo, Karen 2016. Miraflores rocks in Tierra del Fuego (southernmost South America): Hunter-gatherer procurement, optimal pathway analysis and social interaction. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, Vol. 7, p. 420.
Peros, Matthew Chan, Kathleen Magnan, Gabriel Ponsford, Leila Carroll, James and McCloskey, Terry 2016. A 9600-year record of water table depth, vegetation and fire inferred from a raised peat bog, Prince Edward Island, Canadian Maritimes. Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol. 31, Issue. 5, p. 512.
Ponce, Juan Federico Borromei, Ana María Menounos, Brian and Rabassa, Jorge 2016. Late-Holocene and Little Ice Age palaeoenvironmental change inferred from pollen analysis, Isla de los Estados, Argentina. Quaternary International,
van Bellen, Simon Mauquoy, Dmitri Hughes, Paul DM Roland, Thomas P Daley, Tim J Loader, Neil J Street-Perrott, F Alayne Rice, Emma M Pancotto, Verónica A and Payne, Richard J 2016. Late-Holocene climate dynamics recorded in the peat bogs of Tierra del Fuego, South America. The Holocene, Vol. 26, Issue. 3, p. 489.
Dumpe, Baiba and Stivrins, Normunds 2015. Organic inclusions in Middle and Late Iron Age (5th–12th century) hand-built pottery in present-day Latvia. Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 57, p. 239.
Strother, Stephanie L Salzmann, Ulrich Roberts, Stephen J Hodgson, Dominic A Woodward, John Van Nieuwenhuyze, Wim Verleyen, Elie Vyverman, Wim and Moreton, Steven G 2015. Changes in Holocene climate and the intensity of Southern Hemisphere Westerly Winds based on a high-resolution palynological record from sub-Antarctic South Georgia. The Holocene, Vol. 25, Issue. 2, p. 263.
Chambers, Frank M Brain, Sally A Mauquoy, Dmitri McCarroll, Julia and Daley, Tim 2014. The ‘Little Ice Age’ in the Southern Hemisphere in the context of the last 3000 years: Peat-based proxy-climate data from Tierra del Fuego. The Holocene, Vol. 24, Issue. 12, p. 1649.
De Vleeschouwer, François Vanneste, Heleen Mauquoy, Dmitri Piotrowska, Natalia Torrejón, Fernando Roland, Thomas Stein, Ariel Le Roux, Gaël and Hart, John P. 2014. Emissions from Pre-Hispanic Metallurgy in the South American Atmosphere. PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, Issue. 10, p. e111315.
VAN BELLEN, SIMON MAUQUOY, DMITRI PAYNE, RICHARD J. ROLAND, THOMAS P. DALEY, TIM J. HUGHES, PAUL D. M. LOADER, NEIL J. STREET-PERROTT, F. ALAYNE RICE, EMMA M. and PANCOTTO, VERÓNICA A. 2014. Testate amoebae as a proxy for reconstructing Holocene water table dynamics in southern Patagonian peat bogs. Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol. 29, Issue. 5, p. 463.
Waldmann, Nicolás Borromei, Ana Maria Recasens, Cristina Olivera, Daniela Martínez, Marcelo A. Maidana, Nora I. Ariztegui, Daniel Austin, James A. Anselmetti, Flavio S. and Moy, Christopher M. 2014. Integrated reconstruction of Holocene millennial-scale environmental changes in Tierra del Fuego, southernmost South America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 399, p. 294.
Kylander, Malin E. Bindler, Richard Cortizas, Antonio Martínez Gallagher, Kerry Mörth, Carl-Magnus and Rauch, Sebastien 2013. A novel geochemical approach to paleorecords of dust deposition and effective humidity: 8500 years of peat accumulation at Store Mosse (the “Great Bog”), Sweden. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 69, p. 69.
Loisel, Julie and Yu, Zicheng 2013. Holocene peatland carbon dynamics in Patagonia. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 69, p. 125.
Loisel, Julie and Yu, Zicheng 2013. Surface vegetation patterning controls carbon accumulation in peatlands. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 40, Issue. 20, p. 5508.
Mauquoy, D. and van Geel, B. 2013. Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science.
A ca. 1400-yr record from a raised bog in Isla Grande, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, registers climate fluctuations, including a Medieval Warm Period, although evidence for the ‘Little Ice Age’ is less clear. Changes in temperature and/or precipitation were inferred from plant macrofossils, pollen, fungal spores, testate amebae, and peat humification. The chronology was established using a 14C wiggle-matching technique that provides improved age control for at least part of the record compared to other sites. These new data are presented and compared with other lines of evidence from the Southern and Northern Hemispheres. A period of low local water tables occurred in the bog between A.D. 960–1020, which may correspond to the Medieval Warm Period date range of A.D. 950–1045 generated from Northern Hemisphere tree-ring data. A period of cooler and/or wetter conditions was detected between ca. A.D. 1030 and 1100 and a later period of cooler/wetter conditions estimated at ca. cal A.D. 1800–1930, which may correspond to a cooling episode inferred from Law Dome, Antarctica.
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