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Glacial-interglacial variability of the climatic system

Glacial-interglacial variability of the climatic system

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Published by Institute of Earth Studies .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementguest editors: J.-C.Duplessy and R.Fantechi.
SeriesQuaternary Science Reviews -- Vol. 11, no. 4. 1992
ContributionsDuplessy, J. -C., Fantechi, R.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14247182M

RC C 'Review of “Glacial-interglacial variability in Tropical Pangaean Precipitation during the Late Paleozoic Ice Age: simulations with the Community Climate System Model”', Anonymous Referee #2, 28 Jun AC C 'Reply to Anonymous Referee #1', Cited by: 6. [MUSIC] The Glacial-Interglacial Cycles are best captured by this record of the Vostok CO2 concentration through time, and the global ice volume, and Antarctic temperature also from the same ice core. It's got this intensely close correlation between the CO2 concentration and the Antarctic temperatures.

What is the variability in atmospheric CO2 level during the last few glacial interglacial cycles? to ppm Compare the carbon reservoir sizes for .   Temperature variability decreased globally by a factor of four between the Last Glacial Maximum and the Holocene epoch, as a result of changes in the meridional temperature gradient. Changes in Cited by:

term variability is a persistent feature of the glacial climate system. INDEX TERMS: coherent behavior of the glacial-interglacial climate system should reveal the contrasts of glacial-interglacial climatic conditions in the polar North Atlantic. Site M is. The Southern Ocean has long been regarded as a pivotal region for glacial-interglacial variability in the global carbon cycle, and has been the focus of numerous explanations for the relatively low levels of atmospheric CO (CO) occurring during glacial periods recorded in ice cores [, ]. It achieves its climatic status both.


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These glacial–interglacial cycles have waxed and waned throughout the Quaternary Period (the past million years). Since the middle Quaternary, glacial–interglacial cycles have had a frequency of aboutyears (Lisiecki and Raymo ). In the solar radiation time series, cycles of this length (known as “eccentricity”) are.

Variability in landscape Glacial-interglacial variability of the climatic system book lake system responses to glacial and interglacial climates during the Middle Pleistocene based on palynological and geochemical data from Lake El'gygytgyn, Eastern Arctic Author links open overlay panel Anatoly V.

Lozhkin a Pavel S. Minyuk a Patricia M. Anderson b Ekaterina by: 1. In book: Surface Ocean–Lower Atmosphere Processes Geophysical Research SeriesChapter: Glacial-interglacial variability in atmospheric CO2, Publisher: American Geophysical Union, Editors: C.

glacial-interglacial cycle has an individual pattern, which in the Antarctic ice cores is most clearly seen in interglacial variability (Jouzel et al., ).

A first description (EPICA, ) was that interglacials before ka ago were weak (cool) and long. An oxygen isotope record of lacustrine opal from a European maar indicates climatic stability during the last interglacial.

Geophysical Research Letters Stephens, B.B. and Keeling, R.F. The influence of Antarctic sea ice on glacial-interglacial CO2 variations. Nature Human responses and non-responses to climatic variations during the last Glacial-Interglacial transition in the eastern Mediterranean Article (PDF Available) in.

Glacial–interglacial contrast in climate variability. It is our main interest to understand climate variability at centennial-to-millennial timescales at large spatial scales (i.e., regional to global) and across different components of the climate by: Glacial and interglacial climate.

Ice core records from Greenland give reliable information on Greenland climatic conditions year by year someyears back in time. During this time period Greenland has experienced two major shifts in climatic conditions: The beginning and end of the last glacial period.

Climate modellers had previously postulated the mechanism of reduced variability under warmer climatic conditions in Yet with their analysis, Rehfeld, Laepple and colleagues are the first to. Paleoclimatic variability at frequencies ranging from 1 cycle per years to 1 cycle per years – evidence for nonlinear behavior of the climate system.

Climatic Change, 12, 9– Google Scholar. Biogeochemical cycles and climate. [A J Dolman] -- Changing concentrations of greenhouse gasses are key to our changing climate. Earth system sensitivity --Geological-scale variability --Glacial-interglacial variability --Centennial-scale variability --Earth system variability.

3 Biogeochemistry and climate: the tools. Climatic context and Antarctic temperature variability during the last interglacial. The studied interval extends from the glacial inception or MIS 5d ( kyr B.P.) to the transition MIS 6/ MIS 5e or Termination II ( kyr B.P., see delimited intervals on top).

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The 55 p.p.m.v. decrease in CO 2 due to this rain ratio change is significant relative to the observed glacial/interglacial variability of atmospheric CO 2. However, the record of deep sea calcite. ing cores have related the temporal variability of the organic carbon, benthic foraminifera (used as proxies of primary productivity in the surface waters) and trace metals concentrations to the Northern Hemisphere climatic variability of the last glacial period (Ortiz et al., ; Dean et al., ).

In addition, mass accumulation rates of. Climate variability -- past and future: Researchers compare global temperature variability in glacial and interglacial periods.

ScienceDaily. Retrieved Ap from glacial climate variability (e.g., Dansgaard-Oeschger oscillations) without external forcing and that provide a natural explanation for the prevalence of high-amplitude variability in glacial climates and the relative stability of the Holocene.

We show that the role of sea ice is critical to cold climate variability because of the effective. The last million years: glacial interglacial cycles The climatic precession has a large impact on the seasonal cycle of insolation.

Chapter 5 Page 38 Changes in insolation in W m-2 caused by a decrease of the climatic precession from its maximum value (boreal winter at perihelion) to its minimum value (boreal summer at perihelion) with ecc=0.

Earth system. Each hypothesis has also predicted observable consequences that can be tested against the geologic record and has identified new data and observations that can help constrain and improve models. Thus, while a full solution to the question of glacial-interglacial variability in atmospheric COFile Size: 2MB.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): [1] This paper suggests and explores mechanisms relevant to millennial-scale climate variability during glacial periods. In particular, we present the results of model studies that are able to reproduce many aspects of observed glacial climate variability (e.g., Dansgaard-Oeschger oscillations) without.

During interglacial periods, the temperatures are above the overall average which causes ice sheets to retreat. Interglacial periods separate glacial periods and vice-versa; this is the glacial-interglacial cycle. Scientific measurements indicate that about 80% of a glacial-interglacial cycle is spent in the glacial period – i.e.

the cooler.Start studying GEOL final mc. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. An explanation for the intermediate-term climatic fluctuations such as the Pleistocene glacial-interglacial stages is the.

Raymond Basin and Bald Knob Basin, Montgomery County, Illinois, formed as kettles during Illinoian time. Fossil pollen from these basins provides information on vegetation and climate during the last glacial-interglacial cycle. The pollen profile at Raymond Basin contains an expanded Sangamonian section and an early Wisconsinan section, but both are missing Cited by: