The PATAGON project employs a range of palaeoecological and geochemical methods in order to create quantitative climate reconstructions for southern South America over the last 2000 years.

This produces a multi-proxy dataset  spanning a number of sites in the area, allowing the comparison of different strands of evidence to identify regional climatic trends and events.

To find out more about the techniques used by the PATAGON project to reconstruct past climate changes, just follow the links in the menu on the left.