Greenland temperature and precipitation over the last 20 000 years using data assimilation

@inproceedings{Badgeley2020GreenlandTA,
  title={Greenland temperature and precipitation over the last 20 000 years using data assimilation},
  author={J. Badgeley and E. J. Steig and G. Hakim and T. Fudge},
  year={2020}
}
Reconstructions of past temperature and precipitation are fundamental to modeling the Greenland Ice Sheet and assessing its sensitivity to climate. Paleoclimate information is sourced from proxy records and climate-model simulations; however, the former are spatially incomplete while the latter are sensitive to model dynamics and boundary conditions. Efforts to combine these sources of information to reconstruct spatial patterns of Greenland climate over glacial– interglacial cycles have been… Expand
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