[{"title":"Northern Hemisphere 1,200 Year Hydroclimatic Reconstruction","summary":"Comparison of gridded proxy reconstructed and climate model simulated hydroclimate and temperature variability across the Northern Hemisphere over the past twelve centuries.","citations":"Ljungqvist, F.C., Krusic, P.J., Sundqvist, H.S., Zorita, E., Brattstr\u00f6m, G., and Frank, D. 2016: Northern Hemisphere hydroclimatic variability over the past 12 centuries. Nature 532 (2016): 94\u201398, DOI: 10.1038\/nature17418","comments":"A spatial reconstruction of hydroclimate variability over the past twelve centuries across the Northern Hemisphere is derived from a network of 196 at least millennium-long proxy records. An updated compilation of 128 temperature proxy records is used to assess the relationship between the reconstructed centennial-scale Northern Hemisphere hydroclimate and temperature variability. The reconstructed hydroclimate anomalies are compared with data from coupled atmosphere-ocean general circulation model simulations. The hydroclimate proxy data and the temperature proxy data, with all records extending back to at least 1000 CE, are archived together with the code and software used to produce all different experiments described and shown in the study.","category":"Terrestrial","subcategory":"Hydrology","keywords":"Northern Hemisphere; Hydroclimate; Paleoclimate reconstruction; Precipitation; Drought; Climate proxy data; Model-data comparison; Climate model simulation","scientist":"Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist","firstname":"Fredrik","lastname":"Charpentier Ljungqvist","address":"Department of History | Bolin Centre for Climate Research; Stockholm University","postalcode":"SE-106 91","city":"Stockholm","province":"","country":"Sweden","parameters":"Earth science > Paleoclimate > Paleoclimate reconstructions > Drought\/precipitation reconstruction","location":"Geographic Region > Northern Hemisphere","progress":"Completed","language":"English","project":"This is a contribution to the Past Global Changes (PAGES) 2k Network. Funding was provided by the Swedish Research Council (grant number C0592401), the Navarino Environmental Observatory (NEO) (project number 1946322) and the German Cluster of Excellence CLISAP (grant number EXC177).","publisher":"NOAA Paleoclimatology\/World Data Center for Paleoclimatology","version":"1.0","constrains":"Cite Ljungqvist et al. (2016) when using this data.","access":""}]