Holocene North Atlantic Overturning in an atmosphere-ocean-sea-ice model compared to proxy-based reconstructions

M. Blaschek, H. Renssen, C. Kissel, D. Thornalley

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Abstract

Climate and ocean circulation in the North Atlantic region changed over the course of the Holocene, partly because of disintegrating ice sheets and partly because of an orbital-induced insolation trend. In the Nordic Seas, this impact was accompanied by a rather small, but significant, amount of Greenland ice sheet melting. We have employed the EMIC LOVECLIM and compared our model simulations with proxy-based reconstructions of δ
Original languageEnglish
JournalPaleoceanography
Issue number30
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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