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  • Alberta ; Canada ; Carbon cycle ; Climatic variation ; Ecosystem ; Global change ; Holocene ; Manitoba ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeobiogeography ; Palaeoclimate ; Peat bog ; Periodicity ; Saskatchewan
  • A natural 1450-yr global Holocene climate periodicity underlies a portion of the present global warming trend. Calibrates basal radiocarbon dates from 71 palufied peatlands across the western interior of Canada demonstrate that this periodicity
  • regulated western Canadian peatland initiation. Peatlands, the largest terrestrial carbon pool, and their carbon-budgets are sensitive to hydrological fluctuations. The AA. demonstrate that global carbon-budgets are sensitive to small climatic fluctuations
  • ; thus international agrrements on greenhouse gasses need to take into account the natural carbon-budget imbalance of regions with large climatically sensitive carbon pools.
  • 2000
  • The Climate System History and Dynamics Program - CSHD. Special issue
  • Alberta ; Canada ; Carbon ; Climatic variation ; Deglaciation ; Ecosystem ; Holocene ; Manitoba ; Palaeo-environment ; Peat bog ; Saskatchewan
  • 2000