License . Climate of the Past The 15 th century Arctic warming in coupled model simulations with data assimilation

@inproceedings{Crespin2009LicenseC,
  title={License . Climate of the Past The 15 th century Arctic warming in coupled model simulations with data assimilation},
  author={Elisabeth Crespin and Hugues Goosse and Thierry Fichefet and Michael E. Mann},
  year={2009}
}
An ensemble of simulations of the climate of the past millennium conducted with a three-dimensional climate model of intermediate complexity are constrained to follow temperature histories obtained from a recent compilation of well-calibrated surface temperature proxies using a simple data assimilation technique. Those simulations provide a reconstruction of the climate of the Arctic that is compatible with the model physics, the forcing applied and the proxy records. Available observational… CONTINUE READING

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