Abstract List

# Session Title Name / Institution
1 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Changes in West African monsoon precipitation: the competition between large-scale dynamics and local thermodynamics Zheng Weipeng / LASG/IAP
2 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Mechanism of ENSO weakening during mid-Holocene Zheng Weipeng / LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 100029, Beijing
3 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The 8.2 ka cooling event caused by Laurentide ice saddle collapse Ilkka S. O. Matero / University of Leeds
4 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Modelling the onset of North Atlantic Deep Water formation across the Eocene-Oligocene Transition David Hutchinson / Department of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University
5 Invited talks Patterns of forced changes in spatiotemporal climate reconstructions of the Common Era Kevin Anchukaitis / University of Arizona, AZ, USA
6 Invited talks Is the “Green Sahara” problem solved? Martin Claussen / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology and Universität Hamburg
7 Invited talks East Antarctic ice sheet variability during the last 3 Ma in the central & eastern Droning Maud Land Yusuke Suganuma / National Institute of Polar Research
8 Invited talks Climate syntheses to benchmark CMIP6/PMIP4 Last Interglacial equilibrium simulations Emilie Capron / Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen (Denmark); British Antarctic Survey (UK)
9 Invited talks The Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project for CMIP6 (ISMIP6) and collaboration with PMIP Heiko Goelzer / Utrecht University, Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (IMAU), Utrecht, Netherlands; AND Laboratoire de Glaciologie, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium
10 Invited talks AMOC response to climate forcing: Past, Present and Future. Zhengyu Liu / Ohio State University
11 Invited talks Palaeoclimate sensitivity, state dependence, and how well do we understand albedo changes through deglaciations Eelco J. Rohling / Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University
12 Invited talks Coral constraints on late Holocene tropical Pacific climate Kim M. Cobb / School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology
13 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Modelled ocean changes at the Plio-Pleistocene transition driven by Antarctic ice advance Alan Haywood / School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, UK
14 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Mid to late Holocene transition Holocene simulation with the IPSL Earth System Model Pascale Braconnot / LSCE/IPSL,unite mixte CEA-CNRS-UVSQ, Université Paris Saclay, orme des merisers, bât. 712, 91191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex
15 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Simulated Last Interglacial climates with the Norwegian Earth System Model Chuncheng Guo / Uni Research Climate, and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research
16 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Underlying causes of Eurasian mid-continental aridity in simulations of mid-Holocene climate Patrick J. Bartlein / University of Oregon
17 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Antarctic Last Interglacial Isotope Peak in Response to Sea Ice Retreat not Ice Sheet Collapse Max Holloway / British Antarctic Survey
18 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Decoupling of temperatures and ice volume in the Middle Miocene: A missing piece of the puzzle? Agatha de Boer / Stockholm University
19 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Using isotopic model emulation and ice cores to advance our understanding of Last Interglacial ice sheets Louise Sime / British Antarctic Survey
20 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) The role of vegetation and dust reduction in altering the West African Monsoon and the climate worldwide during the mid-Holocene Green Sahara period Pausata Francesco S.R. / 1Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Quebec in Montreal (UQÀM), Montreal (QC), Canada
21 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Influence of cloud radiative effects on tropical rain belts in the mid-Holocene Kenji Izumi / LSCE/IPSL
22 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Paleoclimatic constraints on monsoon precipitation extremes over South Asia Krishnan Raghavan / Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
23 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) MIROC4m experiments using state-of-the art boundary conditions for the Late Pliocene and for the pre-PETM to Early Eocene Wing-Le Chan / AORI, University of Tokyo
24 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) HadCM3 PlioMIP Phase 2 Contribution: Enhanced Boundary Condition Core Experiments. Stephen Hunter / University of Leeds
25 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) From PLIOMIP to PMIP-"Quaternary" climate: a coupled climate /ice sheet simulation of the Pliocene-Pleistocene transition. Gilles Ramstein / LSCE, France
26 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Mean climate and ENSO changes in three typical warm periods simulated by FGOALS-s2 Yihua Luan / Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP)/Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
27 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Tracing changes in Neogene Antarctic hydrology using a data-model approach Rhian L. Rees-Owen / University of St Andrews
28 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) The PMIP4-CMIP6 Simulations for the Mid-Holocene and Last Interglacial with the Community Earth System Model Otto-Bliesner, Bette L / National Center for Atmospheric Research
29 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) A 75-Year Long Absolute SST Reconstruction Reveals Last Interglacial Variability in the Tropical Atlantic Warm Pool: Comparison of Model and Coral-Based Reconstructions Kristine L. DeLong / Louisiana State University
30 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Solving the enigma of Arctic amplification during the Mid-Piacenzian Warm Period using the new Community Earth System Model Ran Feng / National Center for Atmospheric Research
31 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Early Last Interglacial climate over Europe: sensitivity experiments and model-data comparisons Joy Singarayer / University of Reading
32 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Pliocene Climate Modes of Variability Part I: Tropical modes based on SST Ilana Wainer / University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)
33 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) High sea level for the Last Interglacial: Contribution of the Antarctic ice sheet Gerrit Lohmann / Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
34 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Impacts of boundary conditions on the simulated mid-Pliocene climate assessed using the full suite of PlioMIP2 experiments performed with the CCSM4 model Deepak Chandan / University of Toronto
35 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) MAGIC-DML: Combining climate and ice sheet modelling with field-based data to reconstruct the long-term glacial history of East Antarctica Jorge Bernales / GFZ Potsdam, Germany
36 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Characterizing the mid-Holocene tropical atmospheric hydrologic cycle using simulated water isotopes in iCAM5 Kyle Niezgoda / CEOAS, Oregon State University
37 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Coupled Long-Term Evolution of Climate and the Greenland Ice Sheet During Past Warm Periods: A Comparison for the Last Interglacial and the Late Pliocene Bette L Otto-Bliesner / National Center for Atmospheric Research
38 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Quantification of process contribution to Arctic amplification during the mid-Pliocene in EC-Earth simulation Jianqiu Zheng / University of science and technology of China; Stockholm University
39 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Quantifying albedo and insulation effects of Arctic sea ice in the Pliocene simulation Qiong Zhang / Stockholm University
40 Warm Climates (Mid-Holocene, Last interglacial, Deep-time, Pliocene) Understanding the enhanced aridity in Eocene Asian inland: the roles of global cooling and early Tibetan Plateau uplift Xiangyu Li / Institute of Atmospheric Physics,CAS
41 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Searching for the deglaciation: sampling spatio-temporal climate uncertainty for simulating ice sheet evolution Lauren Gregoire / University of Leeds, UK
42 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Two-stage climate response to Heinrich events Florian A. Ziemen / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
43 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The Last Termination simulated with a complex ESM with interactive northern northern ice sheets Uwe Mikolajewicz / Max-Planck-Institut f. Meteorologie
44 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Transient climate simulations of the deglaciation 21-9 thousand years before present (version 1): PMIP4 Core experiment design and boundary conditions Ruza F. Ivanovic / University of Leeds
45 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Collapse of the North American ice saddle 14,500 years ago caused widespread cooling and reduced ocean overturning circulation Ruza F. Ivanovic / University of Leeds
46 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Connecting Antarctic sea ice to deep ocean circulation in modern and glacial climate simulations Alice Marzocchi / University of Chicago
47 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Compensating effects of greenhouse gas concentrations and ice sheets on the AMOC during the Last Glacial Maximum in a coupled climate model Marlene Klockmann / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
48 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Simulating the climate of Marine Isotope Stage 3 Chuncheng Guo / Uni Research Climate, and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research
49 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Changing topography and land-sea mask in transient simulations of the last deglaciation using CESM Anna Matulka / MARUM
50 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) North Pacific atmospheric rivers at the Last Glacial Maximum Juan M. Lora / UCLA
51 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Impacts of polar ice sheets on the East Asian monsoon during the MIS-13 interglacial Feng Shi / Georges Lemaître Centre for Earth and Climate Research, Earth and Life Institute, Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain‑la‑Neuve, Belgium
52 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Modeling the last deglaciation with an ice sheet – solid earth model system Marie-Luise Kapsch / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Bundesstraße 53, 20146 Hamburg, Germany
53 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The Caspian Sea during Pre- and Post-LGM as natural lab for investigation of climate changes A.Kislov / M.V.lomonosov Moscow State University
54 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) A transient fully coupled climate-ice-sheet simulation of the last glacial inception Marcus Lofverstrom / National Center for Atmospheric Research
55 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The Indian Ocean Walker circulation at the Last Glacial Maximum (revisited): Old models versus new data Matthias Prange / MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen, Germany
56 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) British-Irish Ice Sheet during the LGM consistent with weakened North Atlantic heat transport Matthias Prange / MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen, Germany
57 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Modelling nutrients and marine radiocarbon through the last deglaciation Rhian L. Rees-Owen / University of St Andrews
58 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The effect of glaciogenic dust on LGM climate Rumi Ohgaito / AORI, U. Tokyo
59 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Status of the IPSL simulations for PMIP4-CMIP6 and for PMIP4 Masa Kageyama / LSCE-IPSL
60 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Role of Ice Sheet uncertainty on the PMIP4 Last Glacial Maximum simulations Xu Zhang / Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz centre for Polar and Marine Research
61 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Millennial-scale climate variability, scientific objectives and experimental design for PMIP4 simulations of abrupt glacial climate changes Xu Zhang / Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz centre for Polar and Marine Research
62 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Holocene lowering of the Laurentide Ice Sheet weakens North Atlantic gyre circulation and affects climate Lauren J. Gregoire / University of Leeds
63 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Ocean modelling with varying topographic boundaries Virna Meccia / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
64 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The Last Glacial Maximum tropical oceans: impacts of paleoclimatic indicators’ habitat on the recorded temperature change, potential benefits of taking this habitat into account Masa Kageyama / LSCE-IPSL
65 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Reanalysing the deglaciation with models and data James Annan / Blue Skies Research
66 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) High Resolution Simulations of the LGM and mid-Holocene Paul Valdes / University of Bristol, UK
67 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Marine environmental changes in front of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet during the last deglaciation Nadine Quintana Krupinski / Dept. of Geology, Lund University
68 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Glacial-Interglacial Fire variability in Southern Africa Tim Brücher / GEOMAR, Kiel; Germany
69 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Paleo-ice sheet reconstructions constrained by GIA and geological data for use in climate models Evan J. Gowan / Alfred Wegener Institute
70 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The influence of the ocean circulation state on ocean carbon storage and CO2 drawdown potential in an Earth system model Malin Ödalen / Dpt. of Meteorology, Stockholm University
71 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Role of dynamical ice loss during the demise of the early-Holocene Laurentide ice sheet Ilkka Matero / School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
72 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Transient simulations of the last deglaciation in the framework of the PalMod project as contributions to PMIP4 Gerrit Lohmann / Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
73 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Cold ocean, warm summers? The role of atmospheric blocking Frederik Schenk / Stockholm University
74 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Heavy impacts of climate model resolution on the simulated ice sheets at the Last Glacial Maximum Irina Rogozhina / University of Bremen, MARUM - Center for Marine Environmental Sciences
75 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Simulating the Last Deglaciation with the isotope-enabled CESM Esther Brady / National Center for Atmospheric Research
76 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Tropical hydroclimate change during Heinrich Stadial 1 – A proxy-model synthesis Tianyi Sun / Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin
77 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Preliminary results of the changes in ocean circulation and ocean carbon cycle during Heinrich event Akitomo Yamamoto / University of Tokyo
78 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Key mechanisms for simulating glacial changes in warm pool climate: implications for the future Pedro DiNezio / Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin
79 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Impact of glacial ice sheets on the duration of the stadials: Role of surface wind and surface cooling Sam Sherriff-Tadano / Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, the University of Tokyo
80 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Seasonal and latitudinal climate response to individual orbital parameters with MIROC-GCM Kanon Kino / AORI, The University of Tokyo
81 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) The importance of the ice sheet feedbacks over the last deglaciation A. Quiquet / LSCE, France
82 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Glacial Atlantic Overturning in CMIP/PMIP models controlled by the Southern and Northern high latitude changes Ayako Abe-Ouchi / AORI, University of Tokyo
83 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Simulated abrupt recovery of overturning circulation during Bølling-Allerød using MIROC AOGCM Takashi Obase / AORI, University to Tokyo
84 Glacial Climates (LGM, Last deglaciation, Ice sheet uncertainties, Glacial-interglacial cycles) Sensitivity of the LGM climate to the uncertainty in PMIP4 ice sheet boundary conditions Pepijn Bakker / MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany
85 Last Millennium & Past2K The Global Monsoon Response to Volcanic Eruptions in the CMIP5 Past1000 Simulations Wenmin Man / LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
86 Last Millennium & Past2K Different global precipitation responses to solar, volcanic and greenhouse gas forcing Fei Liu / Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
87 Last Millennium & Past2K Multi-proxy reconstructions of May–September precipitation field in China over the past 500 years Feng Shi / Georges Lemaître Centre for Earth and Climate Research, Earth and Life Institute, Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain‑la‑Neuve, Belgium
88 Last Millennium & Past2K Solar Irradiance in the Holocene: A Consistent Multi-proxy Reconstruction Chi-Ju Wu / Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Göttingen, Germany
89 Last Millennium & Past2K Changes in the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre during the Last Millennium Fernanda Marcello de Oliveira / University of São Paulo
90 Last Millennium & Past2K Impact of Last Millennium Volcanism for the South Atlantic Ocean Laura Sobral Verona / Ocenographic Institute of University of São Paulo (IO/USP)
91 Last Millennium & Past2K Understanding ENSO ISM teleconnectins during LM with Emphasis on MWP and LIA, a PMIP3 Approach Charan Teja Tejavath / University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India
92 Last Millennium & Past2K Winter amplification of the European Little Ice Age cooling by the subpolar gyre Eduardo Moreno-Chamarro / Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge. USA
93 Last Millennium & Past2K Quantifying the effects of Neotropical land use change on global carbon cycle and climate after 1492 in an Earth System Model Alexander Koch / University College London
94 Last Millennium & Past2K Atmospheric dynamics leading to decadal droughts in the Mediterranean region Eduardo Zorita / Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany
95 Last Millennium & Past2K Simulations over the Common Era and integrated analyses of reconstructions and multi-model simulations Johann Jungclaus / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
96 Last Millennium & Past2K Planetary waves modulate summer climate variability over Europe during the Common Era Johann Jungclaus / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
97 Last Millennium & Past2K Simulated changes in gross primary productivity during the Last Millennium: a new approach to evaluating PMIP simulations Kamolphat Atsawawaranunt / University of Reading
98 Last Millennium & Past2K Spatial patterns of drought/flood over eastern China in the periods of anomalous solar activity during the past millennium Jingyun Zheng / Key Laboratory of Land Surface Pattern and Simulation, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS
99 Last Millennium & Past2K The Model Intercomparison Project on the climatic response to volcanic forcing (VolMIP) Myriam Khodri / LOCEAN/IPSL, France
100 Last Millennium & Past2K The PAGES 2k Network, Phase 3: Introduction, Goals and Call for Participation Hans Linderholm / University of Gothenburg, Sweden
101 Last Millennium & Past2K Improved volcanic forcing in PMIP4 and beyond Matthew Toohey / GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
102 Last Millennium & Past2K Last millennium regional temperatures and associated uncertainty over East Asia: a model-data analysis Elena Garcia-Bustamante / CIEMAT (Madrid, Spain)
103 Last Millennium & Past2K Tree growth and climate: an analysis of current assumptions and the advantages of forward modelling as an alternative approach for data-model comparison Guangqi Li / Centre for Past Climate Change and School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Sciences (SAGES), Reading University, Reading, UK
104 Last Millennium & Past2K South American Monsoon System over the Last Millennium: Climate Simulations of PMIP3. Igor Stivanelli Custódio / Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences, University of São Paulo
105 Last Millennium & Past2K Long-Term Surface Temperature (LoST) Database as a Complement for GCM Control Simulations Francisco José Cuesta Valero / Environmental Sciences Program, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NL, Canada and Climate & Atmospheric Sciences Institute, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS, Canada
106 Last Millennium & Past2K Summer temperature and drought co-variability across Europe since 850 CE Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist / Stockholm University
107 Last Millennium & Past2K Impact of land model depth on long term climate variability and change. J. F. González-Rouco / Universidad Complutense de Madrid, IGEO (CSIC-UCM), Astrofísica y Ciencias de la Atmósfera, Madrid, Spain
108 Last Millennium & Past2K Last millennium atmosphere and soil temperature coupling in surrogate climates: Implication for borehole temperature reconstruction technique. camilo melo aguilar / universidad complutense de madrid
109 Last Millennium & Past2K Last Millennium Simulations using UK Met Office models: PMIP3 simulations and plans for PMIP4 Andrew Schurer / The University of Edinburgh
110 Last Millennium & Past2K The role of solar and volcanic forcing in North Atlantic climate over the past 800 years Jesper Sjolte / Department of Geology -- Quaternary Science, Lund University
111 Last Millennium & Past2K A 1,300-year moisture-balance reconstruction from the dry eastern rift valley of East Africa: the sediment record of hypersaline Lake Bogoria De Cort, Gijs / Department of Earth Sciences, Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren, Belgium
112 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Comparing paleodust observations and models Samuel Albani / LSCE, France
113 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Latest news about the PMIP4 Database Jean-Yves Peterschmitt / LSCE/IPSL
114 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Pollen-based land-cover change during the Holocene in temperate China for climate modelling Furong Li / Department of Biology and Environmental sciences, Linnaeus University
115 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Model and proxy evidence for consistent link between Indian Ocean climate variability and zonal SST gradient Kaustubh Thirumalai / The University of Texas at Austin
116 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Pollen-based vegetation-cover change in space and time over the Holocene in Europe for climate model bench-marking Anna-Kari Trondman / Department of Biology and Environmental Science, Linnaeus University, Kalmar, Sweden
117 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) The radiocarbon fingerprint of different Meridional Overturning Circulations Jennifer Dentith / University of Leeds
118 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Using palaeodata to quantify the biomass burning contribution to climate-carbon cycle feedback Sandy P. Harrison / University of Reading
119 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Global patterns of δ18O and δ13C for the LGM, MH and LM from speleothem records in the SISAL database Laia Comas-Bru / UCD School of Earth Sciences, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
120 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Modelling isotope-temperature relationships over the last deglaciation Max Holloway / British Antarctic Survey
121 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Holocene peatland and ice-core data constraints on the timing and magnitude of CO2 emissions from past land use Benjamin Stocker / CREAF, Barcelona, Spain
122 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Abrupt Dansgaard-Oeschger warming events in Greenland: d18O model-data comparison Louise Sime / British Antarctic Survey
123 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Water Source and Isotope changes through the Deglaciation and Holocene Allegra N. LeGrande / NASA GISS
124 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Updating the Global Lake Status Data Base: overview and first regional results Gijs De Cort / Royal Museum for Central Africa
125 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Peat Carbon Sequestration Histories as Constraints on the Past Global Carbon Cycle Zicheng Yu / Lehigh University
126 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Holocene pollen-based land-cover reconstructions for climate model bench-marking Marie-José Gaillard / Department of Biology and Environmental Science, Linnaeus University, Kalmar, Sweden
127 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Holocene and LGM 3-d atmospheric dust concentration fields combining observational and model data Fabrice Lambert / Catholic University of Chile
128 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) A model-data comparison of sea surface temperature changes during the Last Glacial Maximum Xu Zhang / Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz centre for Polar and Marine Research
129 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Iso2k: A global synthesis of Common Era hydroclimate using water isotope proxies from multiple archives Bronwen Konecky / CIRES, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
130 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Seasonality and interannual variability in the tropics: A synthesis of Holocene coral and mollusk records Matthieu Carré / LOCEAN laboratory (UPMC-IRD-CNRS-MNHN), 4 place Jussieu, 75000 PARIS, France
131 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Evaluating the ocean circulation during the LGM using marine paleo-data André Paul / MARUM, University of Bremen
132 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Evaluating revised past land use change scenarios within global carbon cycle constraints - a roadmap for including PAGES Landcover6K products for model-intercomparison Benjamin Stocker / CREAF, Barcelona, Spain
133 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) The relationship between water isotope ratios and moisture source in GISS and iCESM model simulations Jesse Nusbaumer / NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
134 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Combining paleoclimate model ensembles with data to estimate climate sensitivity Julia Hargreaves / Blue Skies Research
135 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Exploiting water isotopes for an improved modelling of past climate changes Martin Werner / Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
136 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) A Spatial And Temporal Distribution Study Of δ13CDIC and δ18Ow In The Baltic Sea – Skagerrak Region Helena L. Filipsson / Lund University, Sweden
137 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Tropical Pacific Variability in the Isotope-Enabled CESM Samantha Stevenson / National Center for Atmospheric Research
138 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Quantitative model-data comparisons of lake level change in western North America during the Last Glacial Maximum Carrie Morrill / Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder and NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, Boulder CO 80305
139 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Benchmark patterns of hydroclimate change in North America since the LGM indicated by an updated lake level database Bryan Shuman / University of Wyoming
140 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) How well do benthic-planktonic radiocarbon ages approximate ocean ventilation? Anne Mouchet / Max-Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
141 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Insights into regional patterns of climate change in the past from the comparison of clumped isotope thermometry with model simulations Aradhna Tripati / UCLA
142 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) The HORNET Project: A gridded seasonal climate reconstruction for the Northern Hemisphere extra-tropics over the last 12,000 years based on pollen-data Basil A. S. Davis / University of Lausanne
143 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Particle filter simulations: the transition into the Anthropocene Andrew Schurer / The University of Edinburgh
144 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Understanding the temporal slope of the temperature-waterisotope relation: The slope equation Zhengyu Liu / Department Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and Center for Climate Research/Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
145 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Comparing a high spatial/temporal resolution rainfall proxy dataset from southern Africa with a last millennium simulation Stephan Woodborne / iThemba LABS, Johannesburg, South Africa; Stable Isotope Laboratory, Mammal Research Institute, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
146 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Is a cold planet Earth's climate more sensitive to volcanic forcing than a warm one? Kira Rehfeld / British Antarctic Survey
147 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Process oriented analyses to better infer precipitation changes in West Africa Pascale Braconnot / LSCE/IPSL,unite mixte CEA-CNRS-UVSQ, Université Paris Saclay, orme des merisers, bât. 712, 91191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex
148 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Comparing simulations of last millennium AMOC with reconstructions Chris Brierley / University College London
149 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The PMIP Paleovariability Working Group and NCAR's Climate Variability Diagnostics Package Chris Brierley / University College London
150 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) East Asian summer monsoon dynamics in the past and future warmer climates: mid-Pliocene and RCP4.5 scenario comparison perspective Yong Sun / Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
151 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) A comparison of the Arctic warming mechanism between the mid-Holocene and the future Masakazu Yoshimori / Faculty of Environmental Earth Science, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
152 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) large-scale Climate And VegetatIon Changes OveR the last Deglaciation (CLAVICHORD) Kenji Izumi / LSCE/IPSL
153 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Reconstructing the East African rainfall and Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures over the last centuries using data assimilation François Klein / Université catholique de Louvain
154 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Orbital modulation of ENSO seasonal phase locking Zhengyao Lu / Lund University, Sweden
155 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The calendar effect in PMIP4 time-slice and transient simulations: overall impact and strategies for data analysis Patrick J. Bartlein / University of Oregon
156 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) PaCMEDy - Palaeoclimate Constraints on Monsoon Evolution and Dynamics R. D'Agostino / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
157 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The role of vegetation change upon polar amplification in warm climate by feedback analysis Ryouta O'ishi / Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, the University of Tokyo
158 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Proxy system modeling and data assimilation in paleoclimatology Hugues Goosse / Universite catholique de Louvain
159 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) WCRP Assessment on Climate Sensitivity - the paleo angle. Julia Hargreaves / Blue Skies Research
160 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The PMIP Past to Future (P2F) Working Group Julia Hargreaves / Blue Skies Research
161 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Assessing reconstructions of temperature changes over the past millennium in Antarctica using pseudo-proxy experiments and data assimilation François Klein / Université catholique de Louvain, Earth and Life Institute, Centre de recherches sur la terre et le climat Georges Lemaître, B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
162 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Experiments for ensemble-based joint state-parameter estimation in past climate reconstructions Javier García-Pintado / MARUM, University of Bremen
163 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Improving coupled vegetation dynamics in an Earth System model with palaeo-environment evaluation Peter Hopcroft / University of Bristol
164 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Spatial paleoclimate reconstructions using model simulations and proxy data Sophie Stolzenberger / Meteorological Institute, University of Bonn, Germany
165 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Pre-monsoon precipitation inferred from Himalayan Birch from the Central Himalaya Binod Dawadi / Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu Nepal
166 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Proxy data “Pollen” assimilation to reconstruct climate for Holocene (10kyr BP ) in the Euro-Mediterranean region Raj Rani / Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement des Géosciences de l’Environnement, Aix-Marseille Université, France