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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL6 Past atmospheric circulation

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Laîné, A.; Kageyama, M; PMIP2 participants, P.
The North Atlantic storm track during the Last Glacial Maximum for different PMIP2 coupled models: intensity, localization, seasonility.

Bakke, J; Lie, Ř; Dahl, SO; Nesje, A; Bjune, AE
Strength and spatial patterns of the Holocene wintertime westerlies in the NE Atlantic region

Pommier, A.
Analyse of highs and lows tracks in south atlantic from 1950-2000

Kerschner, H.; Knoll, Ch.; Dinale, R.
The glaciers in South Tyrol - 1983, 1997 and the future

Groll, N.; Widmann, M.; Jones, J.M.
Orbitally forced changes of large- to regional scale relationships of atmospheric climate variability based on ECHO-G climate simulations (withdrawn)

Hatté, C.; Gauthier, C.; Rousseau, D.-D.; Antoine, P.; Fuchs, M.; Markovic, S.
The Middle Danube Valley: key location in the last glacial atmospheric circulation pattern

Rousseau, D.D.; Antoine, P.; Kunesch , S.; Hatté, C.; Rossignol, J.; Packman, S.; Lang , A.; Gauthier , C.
Atmospheric circulation changes evidenced by cyclic dust deposition in the US Great plains (Nebraska, USA).during the last deglaciation

Soto, D.; Barthelemy, L.
The use of geographical information systems (GIS) in palaeoclimatology : application during the Weichselian Late Glacial in the northern Atlantic region (withdrawn)

Hao, Q.Z.; Guo, Z.T.
Spatial variations of magnetic susceptibility of Chinese loess for the last 600 ka: implications for monsoon evolution

Prins, M.A.; Vriend, M.
Glacial and interglacial eolian dust dispersal patterns across the Chinese Loess Plateau inferred from decomposed loess grain-size records

Russell, A.; McGregor, G. R.; Marshall, G. J.
An overview of atmospheric circulation reconstructions from Antarctic ice core data

Rimbu, N.; Lohmann, G.; Grosfeld, K.
Northern Hemisphere atmospheric blocking in ice core accumulation records from Northern Greenland

Sima, A.; Rousseau, D.D.; Kageyama, M.; Ramstein, G.; Paillard, D.; Balkanski, Y.; Antoine, P.; Hatte, C.; Dulac, F.; Schulz, M.
Millennial-timescale climate changes in western Europe during the last glaciation: loess records and numerical simulations

Mohtadi, M.; Steinke, S.; Groeneveld, J.; Hebbeln, D.
Variability in the position of the ITCZ and the East Asian monsoon intensity during the last glacial-interglacial cycle (withdrawn)

Lohmann, G.
Atmospheric bridge on orbital time scales

Debret, M.; Petit, J.-R.; Delmonte, B.
Continuous record of atmospheric changes during the last 3000 years in Vostok, Antarctica

Renssen, H.; Kasse, C.; Vandenberghe, J.; Lorenz, S.J.
Weichselian Late Pleniglacial surface winds over Northwest and Central Europe: a model-data comparison

Machalett, B.; Endlicher, W.; Oches, E. A.; Frechen, M.; Markovic, S. B.; Mavlyanova, N. G.; Hambach, U.; Zöller, L.
Has loess sedimentation in Middle Asia been controlled by changing atmospheric circulation patterns during the Pleistocene?

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