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PAGES Workshop Report Series 95-2: Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS: WORKSHOP SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION
Role of Paleoenvironmental Data in GlobalChange
Goals of the IGBP PAGES Program
Relationship to The IGBP
The World Data Center-A for Paleoclimatology
The Purpose of the Workshop and this Report
Workshop Recommendations

PAGES DATA MANAGEMENT GUIDE
General
Data Policy Statement
How to submit and access data at the World Data Center-A for Paleoclimatology
General Guidelines for all paleo environmental data
Guidelines for Specific Data Categories (from Working Groups)
Paleoceanographic Data
Sea Level Data
Coral Data
Terrestrial Sediment Data
Tree Ring, Historical Documentary, and Ice Core Data
Tree Ring Data
Documentary Data
Ice Core Data
Paleoenvironmental Reconstructions and Model Output

DATABASE REPORTS
Tree-Ring, Historical Document, and Ice-Core Database Efforts.
  1. Data Management Perspectives, H. C. Fritts
  2. Reconstructing spatio-temporal patterns of climatic situations from multi proxy maps, C. Pfister
  3. Historical Weather Database in Japan, T.Mikami
  4. Ice Core Data, J. White

Paleoceanography Database Efforts
  1. Data Management in the Ocean Drilling Program, J. Coyne
  2. Relative Sea-Level Data Stored in RESPONSE, H. P. Plag

Terrestrial Sediment Database Efforts
  1. North American Pollen Database, E. C. Grimm
  2. European Pollen Database, R. Cheddadi and J. L. de Beaulieu
  3. Global Lake Level (Status) Database, S. P. Harrison
  4. GLOCOPH (Global Continental Palaeohydrology) Database, J. Branson
  5. Databases for the Western United States, R. S. Thompson and K. H. Anderson
  6. CELIA/LIGA Data Effort, L. J. Maher

Mulit-Proxy Database Efforts
  1. International Paleoclimate Databank (PKDB), I. Lentner
  2. SEDAN The German paleoclimate data center for marine and lacustrine sediments, M. Diepenbroek
  3. Russian Paleo Data Efforts, A. A. Velichko [O. Borisova, Presenter]
  4. An Australian Quaternary Climate Database, G. R. Hunt
  5. Quaternary Paleoenvironmental Data Management in China, Z.Guo
  6. The Canadian Database Effort, H. Jetté

Climate Model Output, Climate Forcing, and Modern Calibration Data
  1. The Paleoclimate Modeling Intercomparison Project (PMIP), S. Joussaume, R. S. Webb, K. Taylor
  2. Quantitative paleoenvironmental Reconstructions Using Biological Proxy Data: Recommendations, J. Guiot
  3. Model Boundary Conditions and Time Series of Climate Forcing, W. R. Peltier
  4. Modern Calibration Data For Paleoceanography, D. M. Anderson

Additional Contributions
  1. FAUNMAP: An Electronic Database Documenting Late Quaternary Distributions of Mammal Species, R. W. Graham
  2. U. S. Geological Survey Global Change and Climate History Program, P. N. Schweitzer
  3. Tephra Databases, V.A. Hall

APPENDIX: PARTICIPANT CONTACT INFORMATION

LIST OF PAGES PUBLICATIONS

ACRONYMS

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World Data Center-A for Paleoclimatology

4 February 1999