MacDonald, Glen M. Moser, Katrina A. Bloom, Amy M. Potito, Aaron P. Porinchu, David F. Holmquist, James R. Hughes, Julia and Kremenetski, Konstantine V. 2016. Prolonged California aridity linked to climate warming and Pacific sea surface temperature. Scientific Reports, Vol. 6, p. 33325.
Phillips, Fred M. 2016. Cosmogenic nuclide data sets from the Sierra Nevada, California, for assessment of nuclide production models: I. Late Pleistocene glacial chronology. Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 35, p. 119.
Nunn, Patrick D and Carson, Michael T 2015. Sea-level fall implicated in profound societal change about 2570 cal yrbp(620bc) in western Pacific island groups. Geo: Geography and Environment, Vol. 2, Issue. 1, p. 17.
Haskett, Danielle R. and Porinchu, David F. 2014. A quantitative midge-based reconstruction of mean July air temperature from a high-elevation site in central Colorado, USA, for MIS 6 and 5. Quaternary Research, Vol. 82, Issue. 03, p. 580.
Millar, Constance I. Heckman, Katherine Swanston, Christopher Schmidt, Karena Westfall, Robert D. and Delany, Diane L. 2014. Radiocarbon dating of American pika fecal pellets provides insights into population extirpations and climate refugia. Ecological Applications, Vol. 24, Issue. 7, p. 1748.
Prentiss, Anna Marie Chatters, James C. Walsh, Matthew J. and Skelton, Randall R. 2014. Cultural macroevolution in the Pacific Northwest: a phylogenetic test of the diversification and decimation model. Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 41, p. 29.
Reinemann, Scott A. Porinchu, David F. and Mark, Bryan G. 2014. Regional Climate Change Evidenced by Recent Shifts in Chironomid Community Composition in Subalpine and Alpine Lakes in the Great Basin of the United States. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, Vol. 46, Issue. 3, p. 600.
Guo, Xinchun Potito, Aaron P. Luo, Lin and Beilman, David W. 2013. Twentieth century human and climate impacts on a large mountain lake in southwest China. Hydrobiologia, Vol. 718, Issue. 1, p. 189.
Scuderi, Louis A. and Fawcett, Peter J. 2013. Holocene environmental change resets lichen surface dates on Recess Peak glacial deposits in the Sierra Nevada, California. Quaternary Research, Vol. 80, Issue. 02, p. 180.
Renssen, H. Seppä, H. Crosta, X. Goosse, H. and Roche, D.M. 2012. Global characterization of the Holocene Thermal Maximum. Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 48, p. 7.
Hausmann, Sonja Larocque-Tobler, Isabelle Richard, Pierre J.H. Pienitz, Reinhard St-Onge, Guillaume and Fye, Falko 2011. Diatom-inferred wind activity at Lac du Sommet, southern Québec, Canada: A multiproxy paleoclimate reconstruction based on diatoms, chironomids and pollen for the past 9500 years. The Holocene, Vol. 21, Issue. 6, p. 925.
Wathen, Stephen F. 2011. Abrupt Climate Change: Mechanisms, Patterns, and Impacts.
Hallett, Douglas J. and Anderson, R. Scott 2010. Paleofire reconstruction for high-elevation forests in the Sierra Nevada, California, with implications for wildfire synchrony and climate variability in the late Holocene. Quaternary Research, Vol. 73, Issue. 02, p. 180.
Djamali, Morteza de Beaulieu, Jacques-Louis Andrieu-Ponel, Valérie Berberian, Manuel Miller, Naomi F. Gandouin, Emmanuel Lahijani, Hamid Shah-Hosseini, Majid Ponel, Philippe Salimian, Mojtaba and Guiter, Frédéric 2009. A late Holocene pollen record from Lake Almalou in NW Iran: evidence for changing land-use in relation to some historical events during the last 3700 years. Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 36, Issue. 7, p. 1364.
Porinchu, David Rolland, Nicolas and Moser, Katrina 2009. Development of a chironomid-based air temperature inference model for the central Canadian Arctic. Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 41, Issue. 2, p. 349.
Reinemann, Scott A. Porinchu, David F. Bloom, Amy M. Mark, Bryan G. and Box, Jason E. 2009. A multi-proxy paleolimnological reconstruction of Holocene climate conditions in the Great Basin, United States. Quaternary Research, Vol. 72, Issue. 03, p. 347.
Starratt, Scott W. 2009. Holocene climate on the Modoc Plateau, northern California, USA: the view from Medicine Lake. Hydrobiologia, Vol. 631, Issue. 1, p. 197.
MacDonald, Glen M. Moser, Katrina A. Bloom, Amy M. Porinchu, David F. Potito, Aaron P. Wolfe, Brent B. Edwards, Thomas W.D. Petel, Amanda Orme, Antony R. and Orme, Amalie Jo 2008. Evidence of temperature depression and hydrological variations in the eastern Sierra Nevada during the Younger Dryas stade. Quaternary Research, Vol. 70, Issue. 2, p. 131.
Chironomid remains from a mid-elevation lake in the Sierra Nevada, California, were used to estimate quantitative summer surface water temperatures during the past ∼15,000 yr. Reconstructed temperatures increased by ∼3°C between lake initiation and the onset of the Holocene at ∼10,600 cal yr BP (calibrated years before present). Temperatures peaked at 6500 cal yr BP, displayed high variability from 6500 to 3500 cal yr BP, and stabilized after 3500 cal yr BP. This record generally tracks reconstructed Santa Barbara Basin sea surface temperatures (SSTs) through much of the Holocene, highlighting the correspondence between SST variability and California land temperatures during this interval.
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