Data for: Warm-Season Temperature Reconstruction from High-Elevation Juniper Tree Rings over the Past Millennium in the Pamir Region

Published: 9 July 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/d3wdmwmj33.1
Magdalena Opala-Owczarek


First dendroclimatic reconstruction of warm-season (May‒September) minimum temperatures from Pamir region over the past millenium on the basis of high-elevation 1320-year tree-ring-width juniper chronology from Tajikistan. The samples of juniper (J. semiglobosa) were collected in 2014 and 2015 from the western and central parts of the Pamir- Alay Mountains, from the timberline, at elevations of ca. 3,100‒3,200 m a.s.l. Cores are stored at: University of Silesia, Department of Climatology. The enclosed file consist of data from Figure 4 and Figure 8.