by Timon Netzel,
University of Cologne
In this talk two quantitative climate reconstructions are presented. One of the reconstructions contains several timeslices (17,000 BP – present) and one gridpoint in space (Lake Prespa). The other reconstruction contains one timeslice (mid-Holocene) and several gridpoints in space (Europe). Both reconstructions are based on several proxies (pollen, macrofossils and speleothems) and new transfer functions.