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Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
Special Edition, Southern Andes Palaeoclimate

The World Data Center for Paleoclimatology is featuring data from the 15 May 2003 issue of Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (Volume 194, Issues 1-3) "Late-quaternary palaeoclimates of the southern tropical Andes and adjacent regions". Data from the WDC Paleo archive is available for the linked papers from the table of contents below.

The climate of the Altiplano: observed current conditions and mechanisms of past changes, Pages 5-22
René Garreaud, Mathias Vuille and Amy C. Clement


Terminal Pleistocene through Mid-Holocene archaeological sites as paleoclimatic archives for the Peruvian coast, Pages 23-40
Daniel H. Sandweiss


A 38000-year record of floods and debris flows in the Ilo region of southern Peru and its relation to El Niño events and great earthquakes, Pages 41-77
David K. Keefer, Michael E. Moseley and Susan D. deFrance


Late-glacial and Holocene vegetational history from two sites in the western Cordillera of southwestern Ecuador, Pages 79-108
B. C. S. Hansen, D. T. Rodbell, G. O. Seltzer, B. León, K. R. Young and M. Abbott


Multiple landslide clusters record Quaternary climate changes in the northwestern Argentine Andes, Pages 109-121
Martin H. Trauth, Bodo Bookhagen, Norbert Marwan and Manfred R. Strecker


Holocene paleohydrology and glacial history of the central Andes using multiproxy lake sediment studies, Pages 123-138
Mark B. Abbott, Brent B. Wolfe, Alexander P. Wolfe, Geoffrey O. Seltzer, Ramon Aravena, Brian G. Mark, Pratigya J. Polissar, Donald T. Rodbell, Harry D. Rowe and Mathias Vuille


A Late Quaternary diatom record of tropical climatic history from Lake Titicaca (Peru and Bolivia), Pages 139-164
Pedro M. Tapia, Sherilyn C. Fritz, Paul A. Baker, Geoffrey O. Seltzer and Robert B. Dunbar


Fluvial history of the Rio Ilave valley, Peru, and its relationship to climate and human history, Pages 165-185
Catherine A. Rigsby, Paul A. Baker and Mark S. Aldenderfer


Holocene precipitation and atmospheric changes inferred from river paleowetlands in the Bolivian Andes, Pages 187-206
Michel Servant and Simone Servant-Vildary


Re-evaluation of mid-Holocene deposits at Quebrada Puripica, northern Chile, Pages 207-222
Jason A. Rech, Jeffrey S. Pigati, Jay Quade and Julio L. Betancourt


A vegetation history from the arid prepuna of northern Chile (22–23°S) over the last 13500 years, Pages 223-246
Claudio Latorre, Julio L. Betancourt, Kate A. Rylander, Jay Quade and Oscar Matthei


From proxy data to paleoclimate interpretation: the mid-Holocene paradox of the Atacama Desert, northern Chile, Pages 247-258
M. Grosjean, I. Cartajena, M. A. Geyh and L. Nuñez


A vegetation and fire history of Lake Titicaca since the Last Glacial Maximum, Pages 259-279
Gina M. Paduano, Mark B. Bush, Paul A. Baker, Sherilyn C. Fritz and Geoffrey O. Seltzer


Application of strontium isotopes to understanding the hydrology and paleohydrology of the Altiplano, Bolivia–Peru, Pages 281-297
Matthew J. Grove, Paul A. Baker, Scott L. Cross, Catherine A. Rigsby and Geoffrey O. Seltzer


Stable isotope constraints on the transport of water to the Andes between 22° and 26°S during the last glacial cycle, Pages 299-317
L. V. Godfrey, T. E. Jordan, T. K. Lowenstein and R. L. Alonso


Patterns of regional hydrological variability in central-southern Altiplano (18°–26°S) lakes during the last 500 years, Pages 319-338
Blas L. Valero-Garcés, Antonio Delgado-Huertas, Ana Navas, Larry Edwards, Antje Schwalb and Norma Ratto


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22 April 2003