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Alaskan eruption in 43 BCE

  • Davis, 2017 W.J. Davis: The Relationship between Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentration and Global Temperature for the Last 425 Million Years Climate, 5(4), 76-, 2017.
  • McConnell et al.,2020. Joseph R. McConnell, Michael Sigl, Gill Plunkett, Andrea Burke, Woon Mi Kim, Christoph C. Raible, Andrew I. Wilson, Joseph G. Manning, Francis Ludlow, Nathan J. Chellman, Helen M. Innes, Zhen Yang, Jessica F. Larsen, Janet R. Schaefer, Sepp Kipfstuhl, Seyedhamidreza Mojtabavi, Frank Wilhelms, Thomas Opel, Hanno Meyer and Jørgen Peder Steffensen: Extreme climate after massive eruption of Alaska's Okmok volcano in 43 BCE and effects on the late Roman Republic and Ptolemaic Kingdom, PNAS, 117 (27), 15443-15449, 2020. S.I:(local). S.I. available at
    Extended data available at:
  • Tan et al., 2003. Ming Tan M, Liu T, Hou J, Qin X, Zhang H, Li T: Cyclic rapid warming on centennial-scale revealed by a 2650-year stalagmite record of warm season temperature , GRL, 30, 191-194, 2003.
    Plots, Figures     
    Okmok volcano Area(lr) (hr) Alaska Peninsula (53°24'N, 168°6'W)
    Shihua Cave Area(png) China (Bejing) (39°47'N, 115°56'E)
    CA667 complete(pdf) (png) -2649,2005 CE from CM33
    SHIHUA Cave -800 +1985 CE(pdf) (png) China from CM120
    McConnell fig1(pdf) (png) Positions
    McConnell fig2(pdf) (png) Shihua cave
    McConnell fig2G(pdf) (png) Weather Simul. See California
    NGRIP2 nssS(pdf) (png) non-sea-salt sulfur
    NGRIP2 Insol Medium(pdf) (png) Medium Insoluble Particles: 2.5-5 μm
    NGRIP2 Insol Large(pdf) (png) Large Insoluble Particles: 5-10 μm
    CA667 -300 +100 CE(pdf) (png) California
    SHIHUA Cave -80 +40 CE(pdf) (png) China tanlius=tanliu-short
    SHIHUA cave(txt)
    SD1(txt)dataset sd01 (used)
    Excel 1(xlsx)1st dataset (sd01)McConnell
    Excel 2(xlsx)2nd dataset (sd02)McConnell

    ca667-mm.bon, tanlius.bon, sd11.bon, sd12.bon, sd13.bon,
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