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Posters CL2.2

CL2.2

Paleoclimates from the Cretaceous to the Holocene: learning from numerical experiments and model-data comparisons
Conveners: Masa Kageyama , Erin McClymont  | Co-Conveners: André Paul , Dan Lunt , Michal Kucera 
Orals
 / Fri, 02 May, 08:30–12:00  / Room Y9
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 02 May, 13:30–15:00  / Yellow Posters

Attendance Time: Friday, 02 May, 13:30–15:00
Yellow Posters
Chairperson: Erin McClymont, André Paul and Dan Lunt
Z270
EGU2014-5921
Early Eocene's climate and ocean circulation from coupled model simulations
Tobias Weber and Maik Thomas

Z271
EGU2014-5941
Is the Eocene's climate affected by ocean tides?
Tobias Weber and Maik Thomas

Z272
EGU2014-7306
Modelling the Climate Response to the Antarctic Ice Sheet at 35MY Ago
Flavio Justino and Frode Stordal

Z273
EGU2014-8325
Simulating the Antarctic ice sheet in the Late-Pliocene warm period: PLISMIP-ANT, an ice-sheet model intercomparison project
Bas de Boer, Aisling M. Dolan, Daniel J. Hill, and Roderik S. W. van de Wal

Z274
EGU2014-2902
The impact of climate-vegetation interactions on the onset of the Antarctic ice sheet
Johan Liakka, Florence Colleoni, Bodo Ahrens, and Thomas Hickler

Z275
EGU2014-9970
Topographic development in the late Neogene and the impact on African vegetation
Gerlinde Jung, Matthias Prange, and Michael Schulz

Z276
EGU2014-6503
Multiple vegetation states in a warm climate
Ulrike Port and Martin Claussen

Z277
EGU2014-9992
Global Sensitivity Analysis of Indian Monsoon during the Pleistocene
Pablo Araya-Melo, Michel Crucifix, and Nabila Bounceur

Z278
EGU2014-8139
Millennial scale climatic responses through a Late Miocene precession cycle
Alice Marzocchi, Dan Lunt, Rachel Flecker, and Catherine Bradshaw

Z279
EGU2014-2406
The impact of astronomical forcing on the Late Devonian greenhouse climate
David De Vleeschouwer, Michel Crucifix, Nabila Bounceur, and Philippe Claeys

Z280
EGU2014-10640
Quantifying possible overestimation of maximum warmth during the Last Interglacial Period
Pepijn Bakker and Hans Renssen

Z281
EGU2014-10472
Stability of climate reconstructions
Gerrit Lohmann, Norel Rimbu, Axel Wagner, and Mihai Dima

Z282 EGU2014-16160
The Influence of High Frequency Climate Variability on Paleoclimate Interpretation (withdrawn)
Martin Perlmutter

Z283
EGU2014-7424
Southern Ocean Surface and Intermediate Water Temperature from Alkenones and Mg/Ca of Infaunal Foraminifera for the last 1.5 Ma
Aurora Elmore, Erin McClymont, Harry Elderfield, and Sev Kender

Z284
EGU2014-1170
Underground temperatures - evidence of Late Pleistocene-Holocene orbital forcing
Dmitry Demezhko and Anastasia Gornostaeva

Z285
EGU2014-4634
Nutrients cycling in response to opal productivity during the last 600 kyr in the Bering Sea (IODP Exp. 323 Site U1343): diatom silicon isotope and sedimentary nitrogen isotope
Sunghan Kim, Kozo Takahashi, Yoshiyuki Kanematsu, Hirofumi Asahi, Minoru Ikehara, and Boo-Keun Khim

Z286
EGU2014-2210
An “inverse” modelling approach to reconstruct CO2 and climate change during the Pliocene-Pleistocene transition
Matteo Willeit, Andrey Ganopolski, and Reinhard Calov

Z287
EGU2014-4389
Simulation of Quaternary glacial cycles with fully interactive carbon cycle
Andrey Ganopolski and Victor Brovkin

Z288
EGU2014-7249
Subsurface warming in the subpolar North Atlantic during rapid climate events in the Early and Mid-Pleistocene
Iván Hernández-Almeida, Francisco Sierro, Isabel Cacho, and José Abel Flores

Z289
EGU2014-12072
What caused glacial abrupt climate changes?
Rubén Banderas Carreño, Jorge Alvarez-Solas, Alexander Robinson, and Marisa Montoya

Z290
EGU2014-11410
Modeling past abrupt climate changes: driven oscillators and synchronization phenomena in Paleoclimate theory
Arianna Marchionne

Z291
EGU2014-12376
A role for land surface forcing of North Atlantic climate and isotope signals during the 8.2kyr event?
Peter Hopcroft and Paul Valdes