23 (1): Glacial Terminations and Interglacials

Eds: Capron E, Roche DM, Vallelonga P, Goodwin L & Kiefer T

Past Global Changes Magazine, vol. 23(1), 1-40, 2015


This issue of PAGES Magazine highlights the cross-disciplinary work of the Past4Future project, which ended in late 2014. The project aimed to combine proxy data with climate model simulations to investigate past abrupt climate changes during warm climate periods, specifically the last two interglacials, and evaluate the risk of abrupt changes in the future. This issue also details the launch of four new PAGES working groups.

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Science Highlights: Glacial Terminations and Interglacials

 > Editorial: Past4Future: European interdisciplinary research on past warm climate periods [p.3]
Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, E. Capron, P. Vallelonga and D. Roche

 > A new Last Interglacial temperature data synthesis as an improved benchmark for
climate modeling [p.4-5]
Emilie Capron, A. Govin and E.J. Stone

 > Widespread salinification of the North Pacific Ocean during the last glacial termination [p.6-7]
Laura Rodríguez-Sanz and P. Graham Mortyn

 > Freshwater release and volcanic eruptions as drivers of abrupt changes during
interglacial climate [p.8-9]
D.M. Roche, H. Renssen, C. Morrill, H. Goosse and A. Mairesse

 > Multi-decadal temperature changes off Iberia over the last two deglaciations and
interglacials and their connection with the polar climate [p.10-11]
Belen Martrat, P.C. Tzedakis, V. Margari, L.C. Skinner, D.A. Hodell and J.O. Grimalt

 > Ice core-based isotopic constraints on past carbon cycle changes [p.12-13]
Hubertus Fischer, J. Schmitt, S. Eggleston, R. Schneider, J. Elsig, F. Joos et al.

 > Two thousand years of boreal biomass burning recorded in the NEEM ice cores [p.14-15]
Natalie Kehrwald, P. Zennaro, S. Schüpbach, T. Kirchgeorg, J. R. McConnell et al.

 > How to compare modeled fire dynamics with charcoal records? [p.16-17]
Tim Brücher, V. Brovkin, S. Kloster, J.R. Marlon and M.J. Power

 > Modeling deep ocean flow speeds and δ13C during the Last Interglacial: Towards a
more direct model-data comparison [p.18-19]
Pepijn Bakker, A. Govin, D. Thornalley, D. Roche and H. Renssen

 > Deep Atlantic variability during the last interglacial period [p.20-21]
Eirik V. Galaasen, U.S. Ninnemann, N. Irvalı, H.F. Kleiven and C. Kissel

 > The Agulhas Leakage: the missing link in the interhemispheric climate seesaw? [p.22-23]
Gianluca Marino and Rainer Zahn

 > Sea-ice variability off West Greenland over the last five millennia derived from diatom
assemblages [p.24-25]
Longbin Sha, H. Jiang, M-S. Seidenkrantz, K.L. Knudsen, J. Olsen and A. Kuijpers

 > The Past4Future project: outreach and dissemination of results [p.26-27]
Dorthe Dahl-Jensen

Workshop Reports

 > Holocene climate change and its context for the future [p.28]
 > Multiproxy approach to reconstruct the Pliocene climate [p.29]
 > Deglacial Ocean Circulation and Carbon Cycling [p.30]
 > Developing databases of past sea-level and ice-sheet indicators [p.31]
 > Climate Change and human impact in Central and South America over the last 2000 years [p.32]
 > Indicators to address climate change impacts on marine ecosystems [p.33]
 > Towards a spatiotemporal expansion of temperature and hydroclimatic proxy archives [p.34]

Program News

 > The online Varve Image Portal: A new tool for studying annually laminated sediments [p.35]
 > Aquatic Transitions Working Group [p.36]
 > Global Soil and Sediment transfers in the Anthropocene [p.37]
 > LandCover6k: Global anthropogenic land-cover change and its role in past climate [p.38]

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