Evaluation of Lateglacial temperatures in the Southern Alps of New Zealand based on glacier modelling at Irishman Stream, Ben Ohau Range

@inproceedings{Doughty2013EvaluationOL,
  title={Evaluation of Lateglacial temperatures in the Southern Alps of New Zealand based on glacier modelling at Irishman Stream, Ben Ohau Range},
  author={Alice Marie Doughty and Brian Anderson and Andrew N. Mackintosh and Michael R. Kaplan and Marcus J. Vandergoes and David J A Barrell and George H. Denton and J M Schaefer and T. J. H. Chinn and Aaron E. Putnam},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Climate proxy records from the middle to high latitude Southern Hemisphere indicate that a Lateglacial (15,000–11,500 years ago) climate reversal, approximately coeval with the Antarctic Cold Reversal (ACR), interrupted a warming trend during deglaciation. In New Zealand, some palaeoclimate proxy records indicate a cool episode during the ACR (ca 14,500–12,500 years ago), while others do not express a significant change in climate. Recently published moraine maps and ages present an… CONTINUE READING

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