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Advisory Board 


The founding institutions are well suited to achieve the goals of the Centre due to their comprehensive contacts, research networks and long experiences in tree-ring research. The Chinese institution, IEECAS, has significant experience in dendroclimatology and has collaborative projects in Asia, as well as the US and Europe. They have reconstructed precipitation and temperature variations in North China using ring width, density and stable isotopes.

Some of the key research areas of DES, conducted within the Regional Climate Group are the examination of spatial patterns of past, present and future climate changes and variability in Sweden and China by using instrumental and proxy data such as tree ring data and its association with other factors in the global climate system. Focus is on using instrumental climatological records and proxy data to characterize spatial patterns of regional climate change and variability; relating these s patterns to changes in the global climate system (e.g. NAO, Siberian High and SST) and surface characteristics; and to better understand regional climates by combining instrumental and proxy data with climate model simulations. DES has, apart from the experience of reconstructing climate on different spatial and temporal scales and an extensive network of international research collaboration, the advantage of providing further mean of assessing paleoclimate variability using state-of-the-art climate models.


One of the many strengths of the Centre is that it will integrate field work, data analysis and modelling. By doing so it is possible to increase the knowledge about the relationships between large-scale circulation and regional patterns of climate variation. Better knowledge of these mechanisms is needed to understand natural climate variability.