Abstract List

# Session Title Name / Institution
1 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Comparing paleodust observations and models Samuel Albani / LSCE, France
2 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Latest news about the PMIP4 Database Jean-Yves Peterschmitt / LSCE/IPSL
3 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
4 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
5 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
6 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) The radiocarbon fingerprint of different Meridional Overturning Circulations Jennifer Dentith / University of Leeds
7 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
8 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
9 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Modelling isotope-temperature relationships over the last deglaciation Max Holloway / British Antarctic Survey
10 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
11 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Abrupt Dansgaard-Oeschger warming events in Greenland: d18O model-data comparison Louise Sime / British Antarctic Survey
12 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Water Source and Isotope changes through the Deglaciation and Holocene Allegra N. LeGrande / NASA GISS
13 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
14 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Peat Carbon Sequestration Histories as Constraints on the Past Global Carbon Cycle Zicheng Yu / Lehigh University
15 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
16 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
17 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
18 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
19 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
20 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
21 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
22 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
23 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Combining paleoclimate model ensembles with data to estimate climate sensitivity Julia Hargreaves / Blue Skies Research
24 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
25 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
26 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Tropical Pacific Variability in the Isotope-Enabled CESM Samantha Stevenson / National Center for Atmospheric Research
27 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
28 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
29 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
30 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
31 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
32 Benchmarking & cross-cutting Group 1 (Isotope modelling, COMPARE) Particle filter simulations: the transition into the Anthropocene Andrew Schurer / The University of Edinburgh
33 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
34 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
35 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