Reconciling Bølling warmth with peak deglacial meltwater discharge


Contact
lohmann [ at ] awi-bremerhaven.de

Abstract

Paleoclimatic data indicate warm conditions during the Bølling period, whereas climate modeling studies predict significant cooling, triggered by the concomitant deglacial meltwater flux into the Atlantic Ocean. We suggest that the lack of an adequate representation of deep-water flow over the Greenland-Scotland Ridge in ocean circulation models can account for this discrepancy.



Item Type
Article
Authors
Divisions
Programs
Peer revision
ISI/Scopus peer-reviewed
Publication Status
Published
Eprint ID
11038
Cite as
Lohmann, G. and Schulz, M. (2000): Reconciling Bølling warmth with peak deglacial meltwater discharge , Paleoceanography, 15 (5), pp. 537-540 .


Share

Research Platforms
N/A

Campaigns


Actions
Edit Item Edit Item