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PowerPoint slides covering various aspects of past global change science for educational and informational use.

Note: PowerPoint slides for all of the figures in PAGES Magazine are also available for download. See the relevant issue here. These figures can be used freely provided they are properly cited and the authors also agree. Original source data used in the figure should also be mentioned in the caption.

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Past Global Changes and their Significance for the Future: PAGES 1st Open Science Meeting (PPT slides)
PowerPoint slides
Quaternary Science Reviews 2000
Paleoclimate, Global Change and the Future (PPT slides)
PowerPoint slides
2003
Climate-driven ecosystem succession in the Sahara: The past 6000 years (Figure 2)
PowerPoint slides
Kröpelin et al. 2008
Total area of ice on Kilimanjaro
PowerPoint slides
Thompson LG & Alverson K et al. 2001
Northern Hemisphere Temperature Reconstruction over the Past Two Millennia
PowerPoint slides
Moberg A et al. 2005
GRIP Deuterium Excess: Evidence of change in Greenland moisture origin (2)
PowerPoint slides
Masson-Delmotte V et al. 2005
GRIP Deuterium Excess: Evidence of change in Greenland moisture origin (1)
PowerPoint slides
Masson-Delmotte V et al. 2005
Methane and CO2 during the Holocene
PowerPoint slides
Raynaud D et al. 2000
4 glacial cycles recorded in the Vostok ice core
PowerPoint slides
Petit JR et al. 1999
Long-term environmental changes in a tropical rainforest
PowerPoint slides
Ledru MP et al. 2009
CO2 and CH4 concentrations past, present, and future
PowerPoint slides
Alverson et al. 2009
Climate-driven ecosystem succession in the Sahara: The past 6000 years
PowerPoint slides
Kröpelin et al. 2008
420,000-year record of bipolar seesaw from the Iberian Margin
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Martrat B et al. 2007
Simulating Arctic climate warmth and icefield retreat in the last integlaciation
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Otto-Bliesner et al. 2006
The Holocene Asian monsoon: The Duowa, western Chinese Loess Plateau record
PowerPoint slides
Maher BA and Hu M 2006
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