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  Information - CL035 Subsurface temperature signals of climate change, processes involved, and importance to climate modeling

Event Information
This session provides space for topics relevant to the investigation of heat transport in the subsurface. It is open for all contributions on the thermal signatures of fluid flow, paleoclimate, and other relevant processes, including the temperature coupling between the air, the ground surface, the soil and the bedrock. Especially welcome are investigations related to (1) the past surface temperature variations and environmental changes and their impact on the subsurface temperature field; (2) ground surface temperature reconstructions from borehole temperature profiles; (3) investigations into the the mechanism of surface ground-air coupling and its modeling; (4) the possible role of borehole temperatures for the numerical simulation of past climate at the decadal to millenium scale and the validation of its models.

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