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The general pattern of ground surface temperatures (GST) reconstructed from the permafrost Stelvio Share Borehole (SSB) for the last 500 years are similar to the mean annual air temperature (MAAT) reconstructions for the European Alps. The main difference with respect to MAAT reconstructions relates to post Little Ice Age (LIA) events. Between 1940 and 1989, SSB data indicate a 0.9&thinsp;°C cooling. Subsequently, a rapid and abrupt GST warming (more than 0.8&thinsp;°C per decade) wasdoi:10.5194/cp-2017-23 fatcat:jul7bdob3nglblhsc6t6ajozia