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Workshop | Unsolved Puzzles in Glacial Climates at SU

Unsolved Puzzles in Glacial Climates

Workshop 8–9/9, 2016 in Högbomsalen, Geoscience Building

Thursday September 8
9.00–9.30 Markus Jochum, University of Copenhagen: "Inter-hemispheric Teleconnections in the Ocean”
9.30–10.00 Fabien Roquet, Stockholm University: "Impact of the oceanic geothermal heat flux on a glacial ocean state"
10.00–10.30 Agatha de Boer: "The importance of bottom-enhanced mixing for producing a large volume of weakly ventilated glacial Antarctic Bottom Water"
10.30–11.00 Coffee
11.00–11.30 Kerim Nisancioglu, University of Bergen: "Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles: interactions between ocean and sea ice intrinsic to the Nordic Seas”
11.30–12.00 David Ferreira, University of Reading: "Linking Glacial-Interglacial cycles to multiple equilibria of climate"
12.00–12.30 David Battisti, University of Washington: “Is the ocean a tape recorder or an intrinsic participant for glacial cycles?”
12.30–13.15 Lunch
13.15–13.45 Eystein Jansen, University of Bergen: "Inception of glaciation in Northern Europe — when and how?"
13.45–14.15 Johan Kleman, Stockholm University: "Can NH ice sheets have had earlier configurations radically different from those during the last glacial cycle?
Questions and hints from striae evidence, Heinrich layers, magnetostratigraphy and some theoretical headscratching."
14.15–14.45 Martin Jakobsson, Stockholm University: "Evidence for an ice shelf covering the central Arctic Ocean during the penultimate glaciation: Why not during earlier or later glaciations?"
14.45–15.15 Coffee
15.15–15.45 Johan Nilsson, Stockholm University: “How can a great glacial Arctic Ocean ice shelf be formed and maintained?
15.45–16.15 Matt O'Reagan, Stockholm University: "Sedimentary records from from the central Arctic Ocean and the growth of Northern Hemisphere ice sheets in the Quaternary"
16.15–17.00 Discussion

Friday September 9
9.00–9.30 Masa Kageyama, LSCE, Paris: “Last Glacial Maximum puzzles and the PMIP4/CMIP6 experimental design”
9.30–10.00 Rodrigo Caballero, Stockholm University: "Atmospheric dynamics and climate sensitivity over glacial cycles"
10.00–10.30 Qiong Zhang, Stockholm University: "Simulating the LGM with the EC-Earth model"
10.30–11.00 Coffee
11.00–11.30 Christof Pearce, Stockholm University: "The collapse of the eastern Laurentide Ice sheet as recorded in Labrador Sea sediments"
11.30–12.00 Malin Ödalen, Stockholm University: "Maximum drawdown of atmospheric CO2 due to biological uptake in the ocean and the ocean temperature effect"
12.00–12.30 Ray Pierrehumbert, Oxford University: "A new look at mountain glaciers as paleothermometers"
12.30–13.15 Lunch
13.15–14.15 Discussion


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