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Poster Programme CL1.2

CL1.2

Modelling paleoclimates from the Cretaceous to the Holocene: learning from numerical experiments and model-data comparisons
Convener: M. Kageyama 
Co-Conveners: D. Lunt , A Paul 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 23 Apr, 15:30–17:00 / Room 15
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall Z
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Attendance Time: Monday, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Chairperson: André Paul/Michal Kucera
Quaternary climates

Hall Z
Z14
EGU2012-7117
How cold was the Last Glacial Maximum?
J. D. Annan and J. C. Hargreaves

Z15
EGU2012-13101
Mid-Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum climate simulations with the IPSL model: new features with the IPSLCM-5A version
M. Kageyama, P. Braconnot, L. Bopp, A. Caubel, M.-A. Foujols, E. Guilyardi, J. Lloyd, F. Lombard, V. Mariotti, O. Marti, T. Roy, and M.-N. Woillez

Z16
EGU2012-6857
Reliability and Skill of Climate Models.
J. C. Hargreaves, J.D. Annan, R. Ohgaito, A. Paul, and P. Bartlein

Z17
EGU2012-13342
Assimilating palaeoclimate reconstructions into GCM simulations for climates of the Mid-Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum
T.L. Edwards, J.C. Rougier, and M. Collins

Z18
EGU2012-5982
The PMIP 3 Database
J.-Y. Peterschmitt, S. Denvil, M. Morgan, and A. Bhardwaj and the PMIP 3 Participants Team

Z19
EGU2012-12803
Why climate models often fail to reproduce the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation at the Last Glacial Maximum
A Abe-Ouchi, R Ohgaito, A Oka, M Chikamoto, JC Hargreaves, M Yoshimori, and A Timmerman

Z20
EGU2012-12520
PMIP-3 Last Glacial Maximum : sensitivity to ice-sheets boundary conditions in the iLOVECLIM climate model
D.M. Roche and M. Kageyama

Z21
EGU2012-12610
Global energy budget changes and the role of tropical SSTs in the southward ITCZ shifts
I. Cvijanovic, J. C. H. Chiang, P. L. Langen, and E. Kaas

Z22
EGU2012-2857
Glacial abrupt climate change as a result of internal oscillations
R. Banderas, J. Álvarez-Solas, and M. Montoya

Z23
EGU2012-9518
Simulating the impact of abrupt AMOC changes on vegetation and carbon stocks with the ORCHIDEE/IPSL models
M.-N. Woillez, M. Kageyama, and G. Krinner

Z24
EGU2012-9871 | Presentation
A multi-variable box model approach to the ocean carbon cycle during the last glacial
A M De Boer, A J Watson, N R Edwards, and K I C Oliver

Z25
EGU2012-13121
Modelling the warm interglacials: analogues of MIS1
N. Herold, Q.Z. Yin, M.P. Karami, and A. Berger

Z26
EGU2012-12530
The role of Antarctic Ice Shelves in Holocene CO2 concentrations: A study using the University of Victoria Earth System Climate Model
C. Simmons, L.A. Mysak, and H.D. Matthews

Pre-Quaternary climates

Z27
EGU2012-13382
The Nordic Seas in the Pliocene: A hot spot or not?
B. Risebrobakken, C. Andersson, E. L. McClymont, and L. Jensen

Z28
EGU2012-10653
Large scale features of the Pliocene climate: Results from the PlioMIP experiments
A.M. Haywood, D.J. Hill, A.M. Dolan, U. Salzmann, H.J. Dowsett, M.M. Robinson, B. Otto-Bliesner, N. Rosenbloom, M.A. Chandler, D.J. Lunt, S.J. Pickering, and PlioMIP Participants

Z29
EGU2012-6436
On the effect of orbital forcing on mid-Pliocene vegetation: results from an Earth system model of intermediate complexity.
M. Willeit and A. Ganopolski

Z30
EGU2012-9269 | Presentation
Modelling the mid-Pliocene Warm Period with the IPSLGCM: contribution to PlioMIP and feedback mechanisms from the presence of mega-lakes
C. Contoux, A. Jost, P. Sepulchre, and G. Ramstein

Z31
EGU2012-9358
A new mechanism for the global temperature rebound during the Mid Miocene climate transition
G. Knorr, M. Butzin, G. Lohmann, and A. Micheels

Z32
EGU2012-6119
Is Antarctic Glaciation an Important Component of Earth System Sensitivity?
A. Goldner, M. Huber, and R. Caballero

Z33
EGU2012-11650
Methane and environmental change during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum (PETM): Modeling the PETM as a multistage event
DA Carozza and LA Mysak

Z34
EGU2012-12084
Comparison of heat stress metrics with modern, future, and past greenhouse climates
J. Buzan, A. Goldner, and M. Huber