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Impacts of surface boundary conditions on regional climate model simulations of European climate during the Last Glacial Maximum doi

We examine the influences of North Atlantic sea surface temperatures (SSTs) and vegetation on regional climate simulations over Europe during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). Simulated regional temperature and precipitation patterns over Europe are considerably improved when using revised SSTs based on proxy data. Likewise, the simulated permafrost is more accurately reproduced with the SST modifications. These improvements are partially related to the changed regional atmospheric circulation due to the...
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Paleoclimate Modeling and Aeolian Dust as Climate Proxy - Workshop Presentations Day2

The zip-file includes the presentations of the second day (Nov 14 2014) of the Paleoclimate Modeling and Aeolian Dust as Climate Proxy workshop given by: S. Kröpelin, A. Fink, F. Viehberg, J.-B. Stuut, S. Nickovic, G. Bergametti, C. Raible
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Paleoclimate Modeling and Aeolian Dust as Climate Proxy - Workshop Presentations Day1

The zip-file includes the presentations of the first day (Nov 13 2014) of the Paleoclimate Modeling and Aeolian Dust as Climate Proxy workshop given by: Y. Ding, K.-H. Wyrwoll, M. Claussen, T. Brücher, Z. Zhang, N. Webb, A. Chappell
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Preliminary comparison of geological climate proxies with GCM palaeoclimate simulations for selected locations in North Africa

Our knowledge of palaeoclimate history is mainly based on climate proxies, which can infer past climatic conditions. In North Africa, sediment proxies such as palygorskite and the kaolinite-to-chlorite ratio are usually transported as dust components. Their relative increase or decrease is indicative of an arid or humid condition respectively. Another way to understand palaeoclimate conditions is by the use of coupled atmospheric models within the Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project Phase III...
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Paleoclimate Modeling and Aeolian Dust as Climate Proxy - Workshop E6

Abstract collection and program of the CRC806 Workshop organized by Project E6 on 13 - 14 November 2014 at Pohligstraße 3.
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Large-eddy simulation of Convective Turbulent Dust Emission SFB806 doi

The video shows results of a large-eddy simulation of Convective Turbulent Dust Emission (CTDE) described by Klose and Shao (2013), Article Large-eddy simulation of turbulent dust emission, Aeolian Research, 8 (doi10.1016/j.aeolia.2012.10.010). Modeled dust concentration is visualized with a volume rendering approach. A particle-tracing is applied to illustrate a dust devil occurring in the simulation. Colors indicate the direction of particle movement. The visualization has been done with DeskVOX, a...
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