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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL019 Modelling the Climates of the Late Quaternary

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Kuhlemann, J.
3D-climate reconstruction in the western Mediterranean during the Last Glacial Maximum: marine SST versus glacier equilibrium line altitudes

Crucifix, M.
Cloud Feedback in PMIP2 experiments

Weber, S.L.
The Atlantic freshwater budget for present and glacial boundary conditions: a model intercomparison study

Flückiger, J.; Knutti, R.; White, J.W.C
Modeled seasonality changes during Dansgaard-Oeschger events

Kitoh, KA; Motoi, TM; Murakami, MS
El Nino/Southern Oscillation Simulation at the Mid-Holocene:Effect of Flux Adjustment

Laîné, A.; Kageyama, M.; PMIP2, P.
Intercomparison study of the North Atlantic storm tracks during the Last Glacial Maximum for different PMIP2 models

Driesschaert , E.; Loutre, M.F.; Renssen , H.; Fichefet, T.
Assessing the vegetation feedbacks at 6 kyr BP with ECBilt-CLIO-VECODE.

Krinner, G.; Boucher, O.; Balkanski, Y.
Ice-free glacial northern Asia due to dust deposition on snow

Zhao, Y; Braconnot, P; Harrison, S; Yiou, P; Marti, O
Simulated changes in the relationship between tropical ocean temperatures and Northwest African summer rainfall during the mid-Holocene

Nof, D.; Gildor, H.
Are paleoceanographic and paleoatmospheric temperature anomalies related to each other via the air-water heat capacity ratio? (withdrawn)

Kovaleva, N.O.
Northern Tian-Shan paleosoil sedimentary sequences as a record of major climatic events in the last 30.000 years

Lunt, D.J.; Williamson, M.S.; Valdes, P.J. ; Lenton, T.M.
Comparing transient, accelerated, and equilibrium simulations of the last 30,000 years with the GENIE-1 model

Guiot, J; Brewer, S
Validation of the paleoclimate modelling using statistical methods in the spatio-temporal domain

Phipps, S. J.; Roberts, J. L.; Bindoff, N. L.
Multi-millennial simulations of the climate of the late Holocene

Yanase, W.; Abe-Ouchi, A.
Dynamics of atmospheric circulation over East Asia and North Pacific at the last glacial maximum simulated by MIROC 3.2 AOGCM and PMIP2 models

Hargreaves, J.C.; Annan, J.D.; Ohgaito, R.; Abe-Ouchi, A.; Emori, S.
Using ensembles of paleoclimate simulations and paleodata to efficiently constrain climate sensitivity.

Hargreaves, J.C.; Abe-Ouchi, A.; Annan, J.D.
Analysis of the climate of the Last Glacial Maximum with an ensemble of AGCM simulations.

Ohgaito, R.; Abe-Ouchi, A.
Role of ocean on changes of the Asian monsoon during 6000 years before present: Simulations using MIROC (CCSR/NIES/FRCGC AOGCM) and AGCM

Kageyama, M.; Laîné, A.; Co-authors
Last Glacial Maximum temperatures over the North Atlantic, Europe and western Siberia: a comparison between PMIP models, MARGO sea-surface temperatures and pollen-based reconstructions

Butzin, M.; Prange, M. ; Lohmann, G.
Radiocarbon simulations for the Last Glacial Maximum and Heinrich event 1: a model – data comparison

Tuenter, E.; Weber, S.L.; Hilgen, F.J.; Lourens, L.J.
Simulating sub-Milankovitch climate variability at low latitudes

Braconnot, P. ; Otto-Bliesner, B.; Harrison, S.
New results from the paleoclimate modeling intercomparison project (PMIP2)

Rojas, M.; Moreno, P.; Crucifix, M.; Hewitt, C.
Glacial Maximum climate in the SE Pacific sector as reconstructed by PMIP2 simulations

Merkel, U.; Braconnot, P.; Latif, M.
On ENSO teleconnections in PMIP2/MOTIF simulations

Marsh, R.; Smith, M. P.; Rohling, E. J.; Lunt, D. J.; Lenton, T. M.; Williamson, M. S.
Modelling ocean circulation, climate and oxygen isotopes in the ocean over the last 120,000 years

Lohmann, G.
Interglacial dynamics: atmospheric teleconnections and climate response

Kaspar, F.; Spangehl, T.; Cubasch, U.
Simulated change in storm track activity at the end of the last interglacial

Vimeux, F; Kageyama, M; Uemura, R; Yoshida, N; Jouzel, J; Watanabe, O
Obliquity control on meridional temperature gradient in the Southern Hemisphere: a model-data comparison

Masson-Delmotte, V; Kageyama, M; PMIP2 - CMIP participants
Past and future polar amplification of climate change: climate model intercomparisons and ice-core constraints

Gladstone, R; Valdes, P; Ross, I; PMIP2 members
Mid Holocene and last glacial maximum North Atlantic climate variability: a PMIP2 model Intercomparison

Ramstein, G; Jost, A; Kageyama, M; Krinner, G; Guiot, J; Hely, C; Wu, H
A new approach for comparing data and model for LGM over Mediterranean basin

Knorr, G.; Lohmann, G.; Prange, M.
North-South Teleconnections in a Conceptual and an Ocean General Circulation Model

Roche, D. M.; Goosse, H.; Renssen, H.; Weber, S.
The LOVECLIM coupled model & the last glacial maximum: sensitivity studies

Abe-Ouchi, A.; Segawa, T.; Saito, F.
Investigating the mechanism of 100 ka ice age cycle by a three dimensional ice sheet model and GCM.

Thompson, R.S.
Paleo-data compared with model simulations of the LGM climate of western North America

Peltier, W.R.; Vettoretti, G.; Stastna, M.
Arctic Freshwater Forcing of the Younger-Dryas Cold Reversal

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