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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL016 Deep Time Perspectives on Climate Change: Marrying the Signal from Computer Models & Biological Proxies

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Haywood, A. M.; Valdes, P. J.
A permanent El-Nino state during the Pliocene? A modelling perspective

von der Heydt, A.; Dijkstra, H.A.
What determines the Atlantic-Pacific salinity contrast through the Cenozoic?

Prange, M.; Schulz, M.
Panamanian gateway closure chilled North America: A dynamical impact of the atmosphere on Northern Hemisphere Glaciation

Salzmann, U.; Haywood, A. M.
Synthesising, translating and mapping Tertiary vegetation data for global climate modelling studies

Vautravers, M.J.
Records of climatic change during the late Miocene: Preliminary results from atlantic sites ODP 925, 1088 and 982, using planktonic foraminifera fauna variability

Dupont, L.M.
Late Pliocene vegetation and climate in Namibia (southern Africa)

Dowsett, H.
Pliocene sea surface temperature and the PRISM reconstruction

Lamarque, J.-F.; Kiehl, J.; Shields, C.; Boville, B.; Kinnison, D.
Modeling the response to changes in tropospheric methane concentration: application to the Permian-Triassic boundary

Robinson, M.; Dowsett, H.; Dwyer, G.
Multi-proxy Sea-surface Temperature Estimates for the mid-Pliocene North Atlantic

Lunt, D.J.; Haywood, A.; Valdes, P.J.
The formation of the Panama Isthmus during the Pliocene in a fully coupled GCM - implications for northern hemisphere cooling.

Valdes, PJ
Modelling Eocene Climates

Hill, D.; Haywood, A.; Hindmarsh, R.; Valdes, P.
Testing scenarios of Pliocene East Antarctic Ice Sheet behaviour: towards a coupled ice sheet-climate modelling approach

Fauquette, S.; Suc, J.-P.; Jiménez-Moreno, G.; Favre, E.; Jost, A.; Micheels, A. ; Pollen data contributors
Latitudinal climatic gradients in western European and Mediterranean regions from the Mid-Miocene (~15 Ma) to the Mid-Pliocene (~3.5 Ma) as quantified from pollen data

Groeneveld, J.; Steph, S.; Tiedemann, R.; Nuernberg, D.
Progressive Closure of the Panamanian Gateway during the Pliocene

Butzin, M.; Lohmann, G.; Bickert, T.; Haak, H.
Simulating middle Miocene ocean circulation changes and the potential effect on climate

Page, A.A.; Williams, M; Zalasiewicz, J.A.
Were transgressive black shales a negative feedback mechanism modulating glacio-eustastic cycles in the Early Palaeozoic Icehouse?

Williams, M; Haywood, A; Hillenbrand, C; Wilkinson, I; Miller, C
How far do fossil Neogene surface-dwelling planktonic foraminifera record properties of the ancient ocean surface?

Donnadieu, Y.; Godderis, Y.; Pierrehumbert, R.; Dromart, G.; Fluteau, F.; Jacob, R.
Pangea break up and Mesozoic climatic evolution simulated by the GEOCLIM model

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