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Journal articles

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Full paper

Title
Climate reconstruction for the Entre-Douro-e-Minho region (NW Portugal) between AD 1626 and AD 1820: synthesis of viticulture data and foraminiferal evidence

Participants in the publication
João Moreno (Author)
IDL - Instituto Dom Luiz
Francisco Fatela (Author)
Dep. Geologia
IDL - Instituto Dom Luiz
Mário A. Gonçalves (Author)
Dep. Geologia
IDL - Instituto Dom Luiz
Eduardo Leorri (Author)
Instituto Dom Luiz (IDL), Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, Campo Grande, 1749–016, Lisboa, Portugal
Ricardo M. Trigo (Author)
Dep. Engenharia Geográfica, Geofísica e Energia
IDL - Instituto Dom Luiz
Filipa Moreno (Author)
Juan J. Gómez-Navarro (Author)
Rudolf Brázdil (Author)
Manuel J. Ferreira (Author)

Summary
Thiswork presents two novel climate-related time series for the northwest of Portugal. The first is an AD1626–1820\\\\ntriennial-resolvedwineproductionseries,basedonthe Benedictine accountsfromsix monasteries of theEntre-Douroe-\\\\nMinho (EDM) region. The second, an AD 1654–2010 benthic foraminiferal record from the Caminha salt marsh,\\\\nlocatedinthelowerestuaryoftheMinhoRiver.Theserieswereanalysedtogetherforthecommonperiodtooutlinehow\\\\nboth palaeoclimatic proxies respond to the most likely natural environmental drivers of temporal variability, solar\\\\nforcing included. Singular spectral analysis revealed a common significant multidecadal periodicity agreeing with\\\\nrecognizedlong-termchangesin solar activity, i.e.theLower Gleissbergcycle(50–80 years).Theapplicationofwavelet\\\\nanalysis allowed the detection of high coherence at this time scale (centred at c. 64 years) between marsh foraminifera\\\\nand both total solar irradiance and the North Atlantic Oscillation index. This relationship persists throughout the\\\\nc. AD1730–1875period.Thecontinuouswavelettransformresults forwineproductionwereinconclusive.Asthetimespan\\\\nanalysed is recognized as one of high socio-economic and political distress, the main human-driven impacts on\\\\nwine production, particularly in the two periods of greatly reduced solar activity – the Maunder and Dalton Minima –\\\\nare reviewed in the light of the available historical records. In addition to a documented climate-related agricultural\\\\ncrisis in Portugal, damage and losses to wine production may have been triggered by several local and international\\\\nconflicts inwhich the countrywas involved. But towhat extent the two influences contributed to the wine production\\\\nvariations observed in theEDMregion during both periods remains an open question.

Date of Publication
2018-06-25

Where published
Boreas

Publication Identifiers
ISSN - 0300-9483

Publisher
Wiley

Volume
47
Number
4

Number of pages
16
Starting page
1033
Last page
1049

Document Identifiers
DOI - https://doi.org/10.1111/bor.12331
URL - http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/bor.12331


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APA
João Moreno, Francisco Fatela, Mário A. Gonçalves, Eduardo Leorri, Ricardo M. Trigo, Filipa Moreno, Juan J. Gómez-Navarro, Rudolf Brázdil, Manuel J. Ferreira, (2018). Climate reconstruction for the Entre-Douro-e-Minho region (NW Portugal) between AD 1626 and AD 1820: synthesis of viticulture data and foraminiferal evidence. Boreas, 47, 1033-1049. ISSN 0300-9483. eISSN . http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/bor.12331

IEEE
João Moreno, Francisco Fatela, Mário A. Gonçalves, Eduardo Leorri, Ricardo M. Trigo, Filipa Moreno, Juan J. Gómez-Navarro, Rudolf Brázdil, Manuel J. Ferreira, "Climate reconstruction for the Entre-Douro-e-Minho region (NW Portugal) between AD 1626 and AD 1820: synthesis of viticulture data and foraminiferal evidence" in Boreas, vol. 47, pp. 1033-1049, 2018. 10.1111/bor.12331

BIBTEX
@article{45773, author = {João Moreno and Francisco Fatela and Mário A. Gonçalves and Eduardo Leorri and Ricardo M. Trigo and Filipa Moreno and Juan J. Gómez-Navarro and Rudolf Brázdil and Manuel J. Ferreira}, title = {Climate reconstruction for the Entre-Douro-e-Minho region (NW Portugal) between AD 1626 and AD 1820: synthesis of viticulture data and foraminiferal evidence}, journal = {Boreas}, year = 2018, pages = {1033-1049}, volume = 47 }