By Harunur Rashid, Leonid Polyak, Ellen Mosley-Thompson
Published by means of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Geophysical Monograph Series.Abrupt weather switch: Mechanisms, styles, and Impacts brings jointly a various crew of paleoproxy files corresponding to ice cores, marine sediments, terrestrial (lakes and speleothems) information, and paired ocean-atmosphere weather versions to record fresh advances in realizing the mechanisms of abrupt weather alterations. because the discovery of the Dansgaard-Oeschger occasions in Greenland ice cores and the next discovery in their modern occasions within the marine sediments of the North Atlantic, the quest for those abrupt, millennial-scale occasions around the globe has intensified, and accordingly, the variety of paleoclimatic documents chronicling such occasions has elevated. the amount highlights contain discussions of documents of prior weather variability, meridional overturning...
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Several proxy records and two data-model comparison studies simulate Atlantic meridional overturning circulation during the last deglaciation and millennial-scale temperature oscillations during the last glacial cycle and thereby provide new perspectives on the mechanisms controlling abrupt climate changes. Two hypotheses are presented to explain deep Southern Ocean carbon storage, the rapid increase of the atmospheric carbon dioxide, and retreat of sea ice in the Antarctic Ocean during the last deglaciation.