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Poster Programme CL1.11

CL1.11

Interglacial climate change - Learning from paleoclimate archives and models (co-sponsored by the IGBP project Past Global Changes (PAGES) and the FP7 project Past4Future)
Convener: Hubertus Fischer  | Co-Convener: Andy Ridgwell 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 07 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room 15
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 07 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Display Thu, 07 Apr, 08:00–19:30  / Hall XL

Display time: Thursday, 7 April 2011 08:00–19:30
Attendance Time: Thursday, 7 April 2011, 17:30–19:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: Hubertus Fischer, Dorthe Dahl Jensen, Hans Renssen, Joy Singarayer, Andy Ridgwell
XL1
EGU2011-1233
Reconciling the changes in methane sources and sinks between the last glacial maximum and the pre-industrial era
James Levine, Eric Wolff, Anna Jones, Louise Sime, Paul Valdes, Glenn Carver, Nicola Warwick, Alex Archibald, and John Pyle

Hall XL
XL2
EGU2011-1684
The new mineral dust record from the TALDICE ice core (East Antarctica)
Samuel Albani, Barbara Delmonte, Claudia Mazzola, and Valter Maggi

Hall XL
XL3
EGU2011-1884
How does data assimilation in the Southern Hemisphere affect the representation of climate during the Holocene climate optimum?
Aurélien Mairesse, Marie-France Loutre, Hugues Goosse, Xavier Crosta, Pierre Mathiot, Svetlana Dubinkina, and Yoann Sallaz-Damaz

Hall XL
XL4
EGU2011-2994
Atmospheric carbon dioxide from 115,000 to 38,000 years BP and its implications for changes in the carbon cycle
Bernhard Bereiter, Dieter Lüthi, Michael Siegrist, Thomas F. Stocker, and Hubertus Fischer

Hall XL
XL5
EGU2011-3109
Late Quaternary changes in vegetation, Indian monsoon and westerly circulation derived from the pollen data from the Himalayan lake Tso Kar, NW India: An attempt of quantitative reconstruction and comparison with model simulation results.
Christian Leipe, Dieter Demske, Pavel E. Tarasov, Thomas Kleinen, Victor Brovkin, Zhuo Zheng, Bernd Wünnemann, and Frank Riedel

Hall XL
XL6
EGU2011-3238
Weak temperature control of Greenland δ18O during the previous interglacial
Jesper Sjolte and Georg Hoffmann

Hall XL
XL7
EGU2011-3262 | presentation
Evolution of the Seasonal Temperature Cycle in a Transient Holocene Simulation: Orbital Forcing and Sea Ice
Nils Fischer and Johann H. Jungclaus

Hall XL
XL8
EGU2011-3590 | presentation
Orbitally forced differences in the variability of the Northern Hemisphere atmospheric flow during two periods of the Holocene
Niklaus Merz, Christoph C. Raible, and Thomas F. Stocker

Hall XL
XL9
EGU2011-3621
The interglacial carbon cycle
Thomas Kleinen, Victor Brovkin, Guy Munhoven, and David Archer

Hall XL
XL10
EGU2011-4588
Late Eemian warming in the Nordic Seas delayed glacial inception in Scandinavia
Andreas Born, Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu, Bjørg Risebrobakken, and Masa Kageyama

Hall XL
XL11
EGU2011-570
Ice Core Records of Black Carbon Fluxes to Antarctica A.D. 1800-2000
Marion M. Bisiaux, Ross Edwards, Joseph R. McConnell, Mary. R. Albert, Thomas Neumann, Elisabeth Isaksson, Helgard Anschuetz, Tas D. Van Ommen, Mark A.J. Curran, and Andrew Smith

Hall XL
XL12
EGU2011-6139
Early-Middle Pleistocene interglacial climate variability: a high-resolution study of Marine Isotope Stages 19 and 21 from the North Atlantic Ocean
Patrizia Ferretti, Carlo Barbante, Clara Turetta, Simon J. Crowhurst, Michael A. Hall, and Isabel Cacho

Hall XL
XL13
EGU2011-7136
Impact of enhanced precipitation seasonality on Greenland Eemian δ18O temperature
Willem Jan van de Berg, Michiel van den Broeke, and Frank Kaspar

Hall XL
XL14
EGU2011-7371
The carbon isotopic signature of CO2 in the current and penultimate interglacial period: ocean, peat or human influences?
Hubertus Fischer, Robert Schneider, Jochen Schmitt, and Fortunat Joos

Hall XL
XL15 EGU2011-7477
New perspectives on the inception after the Eemian from inverse ice-sheet modelling (withdrawn)
Bas de Boer, Roderik S. W. van de Wal, Lucas J. Lourens, and Richard Bintanja

Hall XL
XL16
EGU2011-8173
Diapycnal Mixing and the Physical Carbon Pump in a Box Model of the Meridional Overturning Circulation
Christian Groll, Ben Marzeion, Harald Bartenstein, and Helen Johnson

Hall XL
XL17
EGU2011-8332
Understanding differences in East Antarctic ice cores during interglacials
Louise Sime, Tom Bracegirdle, Eric Wolff, Valérie Masson-Delmotte, Kevin Oliver, and Julia Tindall

Hall XL
XL18
EGU2011-8551
CH4 and N2O concentrations from the deepest part of the NEEM ice core: affected by artifacts?
Matthias Baumgartner, Adrian Schilt, and Neem Gas Consortium

Hall XL
XL19
EGU2011-9609
The Climate and Evolution of the Greenland Ice Sheet during the Holocene
Bo Vinther, S. L. Buchardt (1), H. B. Clausen, D. Dahl-Jensen (1), S. J. Johnsen, D. A. Fisher (2), R. M. Koerner, D. Raynaud (3), V. Lipenkov, K. K. Andersen (1), T. Blunier, and S. O. Rasmussen (1), J. P. Steffensen (1), A. M. Svensson

Hall XL
XL20
EGU2011-10636
Fingerprints of changes in the terrestrial carbon cycle in response to large reorganizations in ocean circulation
Anil Bozbiyik, Marco Steinacher, Fortunat Joos, and Thomas F. Stocker

Hall XL
XL21
EGU2011-12219
The Zn/Si and isotopic composition of diatom frustules, a proxy for Zn availability in surface seawater
Morten Andersen, Derek Vance, Corey Archer, Michael Ellwood, and Robert Anderson

Hall XL
XL22
EGU2011-12995
Interglacial Climatic Changes in Southern Iberia during MIS 1-6 and 11-12
Bastian Hambach, Yongsong Huang, and Antoni Rosell-Melé