The pacing of the global climate system by orbital variations is clearly demonstrated in the timing of e.g. glacial-interglacial cycles. The mechanisms that translate this forcing into geoarchives and climate changes continue to be debated. We invite submissions that explore the climate system response to orbital forcing, and that test the stability of these relationships under different climate regimes or across evolving climate states (e.g. mid Pleistocene transition, Pliocene-Pleistocene transition, Miocene vs Pliocene, and also older climate transitions). Submissions exploring proxy data and/or modelling work are welcomed, as this session aims to bring together proxy-based, theoretical and/or modelling studies focused on global and regional climate responses to astronomical forcing at different time scales in the Phanerozoic.
Anna-Joy Drury will give an invited presentation about 'Fingerprinting the climate heartbeat of the late Miocene'.

Co-organized as SSP2.12
Convener: Christian Zeeden | Co-conveners: Anne-Christine Da Silva, Stefanie Kaboth-Bahr, Matthias Sinnesael, Nicolas Thibault
| Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–18:00
Room F2
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X5

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X5

Chairperson: Anne-Christine Da Silva, Christian Zeeden
X5.1 |
Christian Rasmussen, Matthias Sinnesael, Nicolas Thibault, Svend Stouge, Marie-Louise Siggaard-Andersen, and Niels Schovsbo
X5.2 |
Christian Zeeden, Matthias Sinnesael, Mingsong Li, Arne Ulfers, and Thomas Wonik
X5.3 |
Zhipeng Wu, Qiuzhen Yin, Andre Berger, and Zhengtang Guo
X5.4 |
Rui Zhang, Lin Li, Chunju Huang, and Yansheng Gu
X5.5 |
Anqi Lyu, Qiuzhen Yin, Michel Crucifix, and André Berger
X5.7 |
Gonzalo Jiménez-Moreno, R. Scott Anderson, Peter J. Fawcett, Spencer E. Staley, Erik T. Brown, Michael S. Petronis, Mona Stockhecke, Josef P. Werne, Jaime L. Toney, and Nicholas P. McKay