A coupled model study of the Last Glacial Maximum: Was part of the North Atlantic relatively warm?

@inproceedings{Hewitt2001ACM,
  title={A coupled model study of the Last Glacial Maximum: Was part of the North Atlantic relatively warm?},
  author={Chris D. Hewitt and Anthony J. Broccoli and John F. B. Mitchell and Ronald J. Stouffer},
  year={2001}
}
A coupled ocean-atmosphere general circulation model is used to simulate the climates of today and the last glacial maximum (LGM). The model, which does not require artificial flux adjustments, produces a pattern of cooling at the LGM that is broadly consistent with the findings from simpler models and palaeoclimatic data. However, changes to the ocean circulation produce anomalously warm LGM surface conditions over parts of the North Atlantic, seemingly at odds with palaeoceanographic data… CONTINUE READING

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