Till startsida
Sitemap
To content Read more about how we use cookies on gu.se

Contact form








 


Note! If you want an answer on a question you must specify your email address




Hans Linderholm

Professor

Hans Linderholm
Professor
hansl@gvc.gu.se
+46 31 786 2887
0708-589504

Room number: 470
Postal Address: Box 460, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Guldhedsgatan 5a , 41320 Göteborg


Department of Earth Sciences (More Information)
Box 460
405 30 Göteborg
www.gvc.gu.se
gvc@gvc.gu.se
Visiting Address: Guldhedsgatan 5a , 413 20 Göteborg

About Hans Linderholm

Research interests
My research is focused on regional climate variability in Europe and Asia from the past (last 2000 years) to the future (next 100 years), the effect of climate change on terrestrial and marine ecosystems, and the role of the large-scale circulation in the oceans and atmosphere on climate variability in these regions.

Using high-resolution proxies, mainly tree rings, I reconstruct past climate changes (e.g. temperatures, drought and precipitation, and the atmospheric circulation) on different temporal and spatial scales. My work has mainly been conducted in North Europe and China, but I have also projects in Canada and North Africa. These reconstructions are useful in understanding past climate variability under (more or less) natural conditions, i.e. before man had a significant impact on climate. Thus, these reconstructions can help us assess how much we have affected climate in the last century. Moreover, climate records going far back in time can help us better understand the climate system, e.g. how climate in different regions is related to that of other, remote, regions - teleconnections. Such teleconnections are due to the large-scale circulation in the oceans and the atmosphere, and this is a special focus of my research.

I also do research on contemporary climate change, presently directed towards better understanding the impacts (and feedbacks) of large-scale circulation change (e.g. the NAO and the Asian Monsoon) on climate in the future, but also on glacier variability in northern Scandinavia, changes in the growing season and the impact of climate change on marine ecosystems.

Read more on my personal homepage (external website)

Links
Gothenburg University Laboratory for Dendrochronology (GULD)

Regional Climate Group

Sino-Swedish Centre for Tree-Ring Research

Latest publications

Spatial risk assessment of global change impacts on Swedish seagrass ecosystems
Diana Perry, Linus Hammar, Hans W. Linderholm, Martin Gullström
PLoS ONE, Journal article 2020
Journal article

Summary of a workshop on extreme weather events in a warming world organized by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Deliang Chen, H. Rodhe, K. Emanuel, S. I. Seneviratne, P. M. Zhai et al.
Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology, Journal article 2020
Journal article

Impacts of Drought on Maize and Soybean Production in Northeast China During the Past Five Decades
C. Wang, Hans W. Linderholm, Y. Song, F. Wang, Y. Liu et al.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Journal article 2020
Journal article

Divergent consensuses on Arctic amplification influence on midlatitude severe winter weather
J. Cohen, X. Zhang, J. Francis, T. Jung, R. Kwok et al.
Nature Climate Change, Review article 2020
Review article

Editorial
Hans W. Linderholm
Geografiska Annaler, Series A: Physical Geography, Editorial letter 2019
Editorial letter

Anthropogenic Aerosols Cause Recent Pronounced Weakening of Asian Summer Monsoon Relative to Last Four Centuries
Y. Liu, W. J. Cai, C. F. Sun, H. M. Song, K. M. Cobb et al.
Geophysical Research Letters, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Temporal variability of a protected multispecific tropical seagrass meadow in response to environmental change
E. Alonso Aller, J. S. Eklöf, M. Gullström, U. Kloiber, Hans W. Linderholm et al.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Showing 51 - 60 of 162

2016

A comparison between Tree-Ring Width and Blue Intensity high and low frequency signals from Pinus sylvestris L. from the Central and Northern Scandinavian Mountains
Mauricio Fuentes, Hans W. Linderholm, Kristina Seftigen, Jesper Björklund, Björn E Gunnarson et al.
TRACE - Tree Rings in Archaeology, Climatolog y and Ecology, Volume 14. Scien tific Technical Report 16/04, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, p. 38-43. doi: 10.2312/GFZ.b103-16042., Conference contribution 2016
Conference contribution

Dendroclimatological potential of three juniper species from the Turkestan range, northwestern Pamir-Alay Mountains, Uzbekistan
Andrea Seim, Timur Tulyaganov, Gulzar Omurova, Lyutsian Nikolyai, Evgeniy Botman et al.
Trees, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Climate Change Increases Drought Stress of Juniper Trees in the Mountains of Central Asia
Andrea Seim, Gulzar Omurova, Erlan Azisov, Kanaat Musuraliev, Kumar Aliev et al.
PLoS ONE, Journal article 2016
Journal article

Periodicities in mid- to late-Holocene peatland hydrology identified from Swedish and Lithuanian tree-ring data
Johannes Edvardsson, Florian Adolphi, Hans W. Linderholm, Christophe Corona, Raimund Muscheler et al.
Quaternary Science Reviews, Journal article 2016
Journal article

2015

How similar are annual and summer temperature variability in central Sweden?
Peng Zhang, Deliang Chen, Hans W. Linderholm, Qiong Zhang
Advances in Climate Change Research, Journal article 2015
Journal article

A 700-year record of large fire years in northern Scandinavia shows large variability and increased frequency during the 1800s
I. Drobyshev, Y. Bergeron, Hans W. Linderholm, Anders Granström, M. Niklasson
Journal of Quaternary Science, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Old World megadroughts and pluvials during the Common Era
ER Cook, R Seager, Y Kushnir, KR Briffa, U Buntgen et al.
Science Advances, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Showing 51 - 60 of 162

Page Manager: Henrik Thelin|Last update: 1/4/2018
Share:

The University of Gothenburg uses cookies to provide you with the best possible user experience. By continuing on this website, you approve of our use of cookies.  What are cookies?