SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Aceituno, P. (1988), On the functioning of the Southern Oscillation in the South American sector. Part I: Surface climate, Mon. Weather Rev., 116, 505524.
  • Aceituno, P., and R. Garreaud (1995), Impacts of El Niño and La Niña on the pluviometric regime of the Andes (in Spanish), Rev. Ch. Ing. Hidraul., 10(2), 3343.
  • Boninsegna, J. A. (1988), Santiago de Chile winter rainfall since 1220 as being reconstructed by tree rings, Quat. South Am. Antarct. Pen., 6, 6787.
  • Boninsegna, J., et al. (2009), Dendroclimatological reconstructions in South America: A review, Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol., 281(3–4), 210228.
  • Christie, D. A., J. A. Boninsegna, M. K. Cleaveland, A. Lara, C. Le Quesne, M. S. Morales, M. Mudelsee, D. W. Stahle, and R. Villalba (2011), Aridity changes in the Temperate-Mediterranean transition of the Andes since AD 1346 reconstructed from tree-rings, Clim. Dyn., 36, 15051521.
  • Cobb, K., C. Charles, H. Cheng, and R. Edwards (2003), El Niño/Southern Oscillation and tropical Pacific climate during the last millennium, Nature, 424, 271276.
  • Compagnucci, R. H., and W. M. Vargas (1998), Inter-annual variability of the Cuyo rivers' streamflow in the Argentinean Andes mountains and ENSO events, Int. J. Climatol., 18, 15931609.
  • Cook, E. R. (1985), A time series analysis approach to tree-ring standardization, PhD thesis, 183 pp., Univ. of Ariz., Tucson.
  • Cook, E. R., and R. L. Holmes (1984), Program ARSTAN user manual, Lab. of Tree-Ring Res., Univ. of Ariz., Tucson.
  • Cook, E. R., and P. J. Krusic (2005), Program ARSTAN: A tree-ring standardization program based on detrending and autoregressive time series modeling, with interactive graphics, Tree-Ring Lab., Lamont-Doherty Earth Obs., Columbia Univ., New York.
  • Cook, E. R., and K. Peters (1981), The smoothing spline: A new approach to standardizing forest interior ring-width series for dendroclimatic studies, Tree Ring Bull., 41, 4553.
  • Cook, E. R., K. R. Briffa, S. Shiyatov, and V. Mazepa (1990), Tree-ring standardization and growth-trend estimation, in Methods of Dendrochronology: Applications in the Environmental Sciences, edited by E. R. Cook and L. A. Kairiukstis, pp. 104123, Kluwer Acad., Dordrecht, Netherlands.
  • Cook, E. R., K. R. Briffa, and P. D. Jones (1994), Spatial regression methods in dendroclimatology: A review and comparison of two techniques, Int. J. Climatol., 14, 379402.
  • Cortés, G., X. Vargas, and J. McPhee (2011), Climatic sensitivity of streamflow timing in the extratropical western Andes Cordillera, J. Hydrol., 405(1–2), 93109.
  • D'Arrigo, R., and R. Wilson (2006), On the Asian expression of the PDO, Int. J. Climatol., 26(12), 16071617.
  • D'Arrigo, R., E. R. Cook, R. J. Wilson, R. Allan, and M. E. Mann (2005), On the variability of ENSO over the past six centuries, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L03711, doi:10.1029/2004GL022055.
  • Dettinger, M. D., D. S. Battisti, R. D. Garreaud, G. J. McCabe Jr., and C. M. Bitz (2001), Interhemispheric effects of interannual and decadal ENSO-like climate variations on the Americas, in Interhemispheric Climate Linkages, edited by V. Markgraf, pp. 116, Academic, San Diego, Calif.
  • Escobar, F., and P. Aceituno (1998), ENSO influence on Andean winter snowfall in central Chile (in Spanish), Bull. Inst. Fr. Études Andines, 27(3), 753759.
  • Falvey, M., and R. Garreaud (2007), Wintertime precipitation episodes in central Chile: Associated meteorological conditions and orographic influences, J. Hydrometeorol., 8, 171193.
  • Fritts, H. C. (1976), Tree Rings and Climate, 567 pp., Academic, London.
  • Gallego, D., R. García-Herrera, R. Prieto, and C. Peña-Ortiz (2008), On the quality of climate proxies derived from newspaper reports: A case study, Clim. Past, 4, 1118.
  • Garreaud, R. (2009), The Andes climate and weather, Adv. Geosci., 7, 19.
  • Gergis, J., and A. Fowler (2009), A history of ENSO events since A.D. 1525: Implications for future climate change, Clim. Change, 92(3), 343387.
  • Grissino-Mayer, H. D. (2001), Evaluating crossdating accuracy: A manual and tutorial for the computer program COFECHA, Tree Ring Res., 57(2), 205221.
  • Holmes, R. L. (1983), Computer-assisted quality control in tree-ring dating and measurement, Tree Ring Bull., 44, 6975.
  • Holmes, R. L., and T. Swetnam (1994), Program EVENT users manual: Superposed epoch analysis in fire history, 6 pp., Lab. of Tree-Ring Res., Univ. of Ariz., Tucson.
  • Keenlyside, N. S., and J. Ba (2010), Prospects for decadal climate prediction, WIREs Clim. Change, 2010(1), 627635.
  • LaMarche, V. C., R. L. Holmes, P. W. Dunwiddie, and L. G. Drew (1979), Tree-Ring Chronologies of the Southern Hemisphere Series V, vol. 2, Chile, 43 pp., Lab. of Tree-Ring Res., Univ. of Ariz., Tucson.
  • Lara, A., R. Villalba, and R. Urrutia (2008), A 400-year tree-ring record of the Puelo River summer-fall streamflow in the Valdivian Rainforest eco-region, Chile, Clim. Change, 86(3–4), 331356, doi:10.1007/s10584-007-9287-7.
  • Le Quesne, C., D. W. Stahle, M. K. Cleaveland, M. D. Therrell, J. C. Aravena, and J. Barichivich (2006), Ancient Austrocedrus chronologies used to reconstruct central Chile precipitation variability from A.D. 1200 to 2000, J. Clim., 19, 57315744.
  • Le Quesne, C., et al. (2009), Long-term glacier variations in the Central Andes of Argentina and Chile, inferred from historical records and tree-ring reconstructed precipitation, Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 281, 334344.
  • MacDonald, G. M., and R. A. Case (2005), Variations in the Pacific Decadal Oscillation over the past millennium, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L08703, doi:10.1029/2005GL022478.
  • Mann, H. B., and D. R. Whitney (1947), On a test of whether one of two random variables is stochastically larger than the other, Ann. Math. Stat., 18, 5060.
  • Masiokas, M. H., R. Villalba, B. H. Luckman, C. Le Quesne, and J. C. Aravena (2006), Snowpack variations in the central Andes of Argentina and Chile, 1951–2005: Large-scale atmospheric influences and implications for water resources in the region, J. Clim., 19, 63346352.
  • Masiokas, M. H., R. Villalba, B. H. Luckman, and S. Mauget (2010), Intra- to multidecadal variations of snowpack and streamflow records in the Andes of Chile and Argentina between 30° and 37°S, J. Hydrometeorol., 11(3), 822831.
  • Mauget, S. A. (2003), Intra-to multidecadal climate variability over the continental United States: 1932–99, J. Clim., 16, 22152231.
  • Mauget, S. A. (2004), Low frequency streamflow regimes over the central United States: 1939–1998, Clim. Change, 63, 121144.
  • Mauget, S. (2011), Time series analysis based on running Mann-Whitney Z Statistics, J. Time Ser. Anal., 32, 4753.
  • Meehl, G. A. (2009), Decadal prediction, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 90, 14671485.
  • Mendenhall, W., D. D. Wackerly, and R. L. Sheaffer (1990), Mathematical Statistics With Applications, 4th ed., 788 pp., PWS-Kent, Boston, Mass.
  • Michaelsen, J. (1987), Cross-validation in statistical climate forecast models, J. Clim. Appl. Meterorol., 26, 15891600.
  • Montecinos, A., and P. Aceituno (2003), Seasonality of the ENSO-related rainfall variability in central Chile and associated circulation anomalies, J. Clim., 16, 281296.
  • Mooney, C. Z., and R. D. Duval (1993), Bootstrapping: A Nonparametric Approach to Statistical Inference, Sage Univ. Pap. Ser. on Quant. Appl. in the Soc. Sci., vol. 95, Sage, Newbury Park, Calif.
  • Neukom, R., M. R. Prieto, R. Moyano, J. Luterbacher, C. Pfister, R. Villalba, P. D. Jones, and H. Wanner (2009), An extended network of documentary data from South America and its potential for quantitative precipitation reconstructions back to the 16th century, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L12703, doi:10.1029/2009GL038351.
  • Neukom, R., J. Luterbacher, R. Villalba, M. Küttel, D. Frank, P. D. Jones, M. Grosjean, J. Esper, L. Lopez, and H. Wanner (2010), Multi-centennial summer and winter precipitation variability in southern South America, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L14708, doi:10.1029/2010GL043680.
  • Ortlieb, L. (1994), Major historical rainfalls in central Chile and the chronology of ENSO events during the XVI-XIX centuries (in Spanish), Rev. Chil. Hist. Nat., 67, 463485.
  • Ortlieb, L. (2000), The documentary historical record of El Niño events in Peru: An update of the Quinn record (sixteenth through nineteenth centuries), in El Niño and the Southern Oscillation: Multiscale Variability, Global and Regional Impacts, edited by H. F. Diaz and V. Markgraf, pp. 207295, Cambridge Univ. Press, New York.
  • Osborn, T. J., K. R. Briffa, and P. D. Jones (1997), Adjusting variance for sample-size in tree-ring chronologies and other regional-mean time-series, Dendrochronologia, 15, 8999.
  • Pederson, G. T., et al. (2011), The unusual nature of recent snowpack declines in the North American Cordillera, Science, 333(6040), 332335.
  • Prieto, M. R., R. Herrera, and P. Doussel (1999a), Snowfall and floods in the oriental slope of Argentinean–Chilean Andes from the middle of the 18th century to the end the 19th century: Its relationship with ENSO, paper presented at Conference on Reconstructing Climatic Variability From Historical Sources and Other Proxy Records, Natl. Oceanic and Atmos. Admin., Manzanillo, Mexico.
  • Prieto, M. R., R. Herrera, and P. Doussel (1999b), Historical evidences of streamflow fluctuations in the Mendoza River, Argentina, and their relationship with ENSO, Holocene, 9, 473481.
  • Prieto, M. R., R. Herrera, T. Castrillejo, and P. Doussel (2000), Recent climatic variations and water availability in the central Andes of Argentina and Chile (1885–1996): The use of historical records to reconstruct climate (in Spanish), Meteorologica, 25(1–2), 2743.
  • Prieto, M. R., R. Herrera, P. Doussel, L. Gimeno, P. Ribera, R. García, and E. Hernández (2001), Interannual oscillations and trend of snow occurrence in the Andes region since 1885, Aust. Meteorol. Mag., 50, 164168.
  • Quinn, W. H., and V. T. Neal (1983), Long-term variations in the Southern Oscillation, El Niño, and the Chilean subtropical rainfall, Fish. Bull., 81, 363374.
  • Rutlland, J., and H. Fuenzalida (1991), Synoptic aspects of the central Chile rainfall variability associated with the Southern Oscillation, Int. J. Climatol., 11, 6376.
  • Schulman, E. (1956), Dendroclimatic Change in Semiarid America, 142 pp., Univ. of Ariz. Press, Tucson.
  • Stahle, D. W., et al. (1998), Experimental dendroclimatic reconstruction of the Southern Oscillation, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 79, 21372152.
  • Taulis, E. (1934), De la distribucion de pluies au Chili, Matér. Étude Calamités, 33, 320.
  • Villalba, R., E. R. Cook, G. C. Jacoby, R. D. D'Arrigo, T. T. Veblen, and P. D. Jones (1998), Tree-ring based reconstructions of northern Patagonia precipitation since AD 1600, Holocene, 8(6), 659674.
  • Vuille, M., and J. P. Milana (2007), High-latitude forcing of regional aridification along the subtropical west coast of South America, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L23703, doi:10.1029/2007GL031899.
  • Weisberg, S. (1985), Applied Linear Regression, 2nd ed., 324 pp., John Wiley, New York.
  • Wigley, T. L., K. R. Briffa, and P. D. Jones (1984), On the average value of correlated time series, with applications in dendroclimatology and hydrometeorology, J. Clim. Appl. Meteorol., 23, 201213.
  • Wilcoxon, F. (1945), Individual comparisons by ranking methods, Biom. Bull., 1, 8083.
  • Wilks, D. S. (1995), Statistical Methods in the Atmospheric Sciences, 464 pp., Academic, San Diego, Calif.