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  Poster Programme - CL016 Deep Time Perspectives on Climate Change: Marrying the Signal from Computer Models & Biological Proxies

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Convener: Williams, M.
Co-Convener: Haywood, A., Vautravers, M.
Co-Sponsorship: Integrating Neogene terrestrial vegetation records and models (BG2.05)

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Thursday, 6 April 2006 10:30 - 12:00
Display Time: Thursday, 6 April 2006 08:00 -
Thursday, 6 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y


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EGU06-A-04929;  CL016-1TH2P-0242
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.

EGU06-A-00076;  CL016-1TH2P-0243
Haywood, A. M.; Valdes, P. J.
A permanent El-Nino state during the Pliocene? A modelling perspective

EGU06-A-02370;  CL016-1TH2P-0244
Salzmann, U.; Haywood, A. M.
Synthesising, translating and mapping Tertiary vegetation data for global climate modelling studies

EGU06-A-02820;  CL016-1TH2P-0245
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

EGU06-A-04913;  CL016-1TH2P-0246
Robinson, M.; Dowsett, H.; Dwyer, G.
Multi-proxy Sea-surface Temperature Estimates for the mid-Pliocene North Atlantic

EGU06-A-06732;  CL016-1TH2P-0247
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

EGU06-A-03386;  CL016-1TH2P-0248
Dupont, L.M.
Late Pliocene vegetation and climate in Namibia (southern Africa)

EGU06-A-07340;  CL016-1TH2P-0249
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

EGU06-A-08325;  CL016-1TH2P-0250
Butzin, M.; Lohmann, G.; Bickert, T.; Haak, H.
Simulating middle Miocene ocean circulation changes and the potential effect on climate

EGU06-A-09231;  CL016-1TH2P-0251
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?

EGU06-A-01149;  CL016-1TH2P-0252
von der Heydt, A.; Dijkstra, H.A.
What determines the Atlantic-Pacific salinity contrast through the Cenozoic?

EGU06-A-10054;  CL016-1TH2P-0253
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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