Written by Didier M. Roche no commentsSome 50 participants gathered in the EPOC laboratory (UMR CNRS 5805, Environnements et Paléoenvironnements Océaniques et Continentaux) in Bordeaux, France, for a two-day scientific meeting around the iLOVECLIM model.
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Simulations of the Holocene climate in Europe using an interactive downscaling within the iLOVECLIM model (version 1.1)
Written by Pepijn Bakker no commentsFrank Arthur and co-authors use the iLOVECLIM model including interactive downscaling. They perform a transient simulation covering the Holocene and focus on model-data comparison for the Scandes mountains, the Alps, the Scottish Highlands, and the Mediterranean.
Written by Pepijn Bakker no commentsNathaelle Bouttes and co-authors use the iLOVECLIM model to study the last deglaciation. They assess the impact of ice sheet reconstructions, bathymetry changes and freshwater fluxes.
Written by Pepijn Bakker no commentsInternal climate variability in a climate model is strongly dependent on the chosen model parameters. Using a perturbed parameter ensemble of the iLOVECLIM model, we show that the model can simulate centennial variability in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation that differs widely in terms of magnitude, frequency and the size of the region in which temperature variability is correspondingly impacted.
Written by Didier M. Roche no commentsA recent collaboration between climate scientists from LSCE and palynologists from Université de Bordeaux has led to a first estimation of forests' impact on the global carbon cycle during the last fifth deglaciation (Termination V, 433–404 kyr BP).
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