Greenland temperature response to climate forcing during the last deglaciation

  title={Greenland temperature response to climate forcing during the last deglaciation},
  author={C. Buizert and V. Gkinis and J. Severinghaus and F. He and B. Lecavalier and Philippe Kindler and M. Leuenberger and A. Carlson and B. Vinther and V. Masson-Delmotte and J. White and Z. Liu and B. Otto-Bliesner and E. Brook},
  pages={1177 - 1180}
  • C. Buizert, V. Gkinis, +11 authors E. Brook
  • Published 2014
  • Geology, Medicine
  • Science
  • Old and older, cold and colder Greenland surface air temperatures changed dramatically during the last deglaciation. The exact amount is unknown, which makes it difficult to understand what caused those changes. Buizert et al. report temperature reconstructions for the period from 19,000 to 10,000 years before the present from three different locations in Greenland and interpret them with a climate model (see the Perspective by Sime). They provide the broad geographic pattern of temperature… CONTINUE READING
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