The Holocene | Markonis and Strnad  Self-organizing maps provide a powerful, non-linear technique of dimensionality reduction that can be used to identify clusters with similar attributes. Here, they were constructed from a 1000-year-long gridded palaeoclimatic dataset, namely the Old World Drought Atlas, to detect regions of homogeneous hydroclimatic variability across the European continent. A … Continue reading Representation of European hydroclimatic patterns with self-organizing maps
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Nature Communications | Markonis et al.