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Table 5 Temperature and precipitation conditions during the Bølling–Allerød interstadial

From: The response of the hydrological cycle to temperature changes in recent and distant climatic history

Study site Hemisphere Zone Period T P Citation(s)
N. Hemisphere NH L-L 13–12 0 Wet Knox and Wright (1983)
Maher (2008)
Pausata et al. (2020)
S. & C. America NH M-L 14.8–12.85 Warm Wet Stansell et al. (2010)
Hodell et al. (2008)
Bush et al. (1992)
Hughen et al. (1996)
Equatorial Africa NH M-L 14.8–12.85 0 Wet Putnam and Broecker (2017) Tierney and deMenocal (2013)
Arctic NH H-L 14.5 Cold 0 Johnsen et al. (1995)
E. Mediterranean NH M-L 14.8–12.85 0 Dry Bar-Matthews et al. (1999)
Greece NH M-L 14.8–12.85 0 Dry Aufgebauer et al. (2012)
Italy NH M-L 14.8–12.85 0 Dry Allen et al. (1999)
W. USA NH M-L 13 0 Wet Benson et al. (1996)
Gale (1914)
Oster et al. (2014)
Aegean Sea NH M-L 14.8–12.85 Warm 0 Bordon et al. (2009) Kotthoff et al. (2011)
S. Swiss Alps NH M-L 14.8–12.85 Warm 0 Samartin et al. (2012)
W. Himalayas NH M-L 14.8–12.85 0 Wet Sinha et al. (2005)
(Nepal & India)       Zech et al. (2014) Zhou et al. (2001)
Lake Maliq, Albania NH M-L 14.8–12.85 Warm 0 Bordon et al. (2009) Kotthoff et al. (2011)
  1. NH Northern Hemisphere, SH Southern Hemisphere, H-L High-latitudes, M-L Mid-latitudes, L-L Low-latitudes. Period units are in ka BP and average age uncertainty is ± 1 ka