Glacial-interglacial variability change: a view beyond ice cores


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kira.rehfeld [ at ] awi.de

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The last glacial period was characterised by a highly var- iable climate including abrupt changes such as Heinrich and Dansgaard-Oeschger events. In contrast, the Holocene time period was observed as relatively stable. This variabi- lity change is often discussed based on data from polar ice cores, particularly from Greenland. Here, we contrast the polar ice core-based variability change with the variability change recorded by a global compilation of multi-proxy records. Estimated spatial patterns of changes point towards mechanisms generating glacial and Holocene climate variability. Furthermore, our analysis allows insight into the abilities of the different pro- xy sensors concerning the recording of climate variability.



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Our Climate - Our Future (Regional perspectives on a global challenge), 06 Oct 2014 - 08 Oct 2014, Berlin, Germany.
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Rehfeld, K. , Ho, S. L. , Münch, T. and Laepple, T. (2014): Glacial-interglacial variability change: a view beyond ice cores , Our Climate - Our Future (Regional perspectives on a global challenge), Berlin, Germany, 6 October 2014 - 8 October 2014 .


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