Browsing by Author "Palmer, Jonathan"

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  • Anomalous mid-twentieth century atmospheric circulation change over the South Atlantic compared to the last 6000 years

    Turney, Chris S.M.; Jones, Richard T.; Lister, David; Jones, Phil; Williams, Alan N.; Hogg, Alan G.; Thomas, Zoë A.; Compo, Gibert P.; Yin, Xungang; Fogwill, Christopher J.; Palmer, Jonathan; Colwell, Steve; Allan, Rob; Visbeck, Martin (IOP Publishing Ltd, 2016)
    Determining the timing and impact of anthropogenic climate change in data-sparse regions is a considerable challenge. Arguably, nowhere is this more difficult than the Antarctic Peninsula and the subantarctic South Atlantic ...
  • Punctuated shutdown of Atlantic Meridional Overturning circulation during Greenland Stadial 1

    Hogg, Alan G.; Southon, John R.; Turney, Chris S.M.; Palmer, Jonathan; Bronk Ramsey, Christopher; Fenwick, Pavla; Boswijk, Gretel; Friedrich, Michael; Helle, Gerhard; Hughen, Konrad; Jones, Richard; Kromer, Bernd; Noronha, Alexandra; Reynard, Linda; Staff, Richard; Wacker, Lukas (Nature Publishing Group/Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2016)
    The Greenland Stadial 1 (GS-1; ~12.9 to 11.65 kyr cal BP) was a period of North Atlantic cooling, thought to have been initiated by North America fresh water runof that caused a sustained reduction of North Atlantic ...
  • Rapid global ocean-atmosphere response to Southern Ocean freshening during the last glacial

    Turney, Chris S.M.; Jones, Richard T.; Phipps, Steven J.; Thomas, Zoë; Hogg, Alan G.; Kershaw, A. Peter; Fogwill, Christopher J.; Palmer, Jonathan; Bronk Ramsey, Christopher; Adolphi, Florian; Muscheler, Raimund; Hughen, Konrad A.; Staff, Richard A.; Grosvenor, Mark; Golledge, Nicholas R.; Olander Rasmussen, Sune; Hutchinson, David K.; Haberle, Simon; Lorrey, Andrew; Boswijk, Gretel; Cooper, Alan (Nature Publishing Group, 2017)
    Contrasting Greenland and Antarctic temperatures during the last glacial period (115,000 to 11,650 years ago) are thought to have been driven by imbalances in the rates of formation of North Atlantic and Antarctic Deep ...
  • Redating the earliest evidence of the mid-Holocene relative sea-level highstand in Australia and implications for global sea-level rise.

    Dougherty, Amy J.; Thomas, , Zoë A.; Fogwill, Christopher; Hogg, Alan G.; Palmer, Jonathan; Rainsley, Eleanor; Williams, Alan N.; Ulm, Sean; Rogers, Kerrylee; Jones, Brian G.; Turney, Chris (Public Library Science, 2019)
    Reconstructing past sea levels can help constrain uncertainties surrounding the rate of change, magnitude, and impacts of the projected increase through the 21st century. Of significance is the mid-Holocene relative sea-level ...