Using paleoclimate proxy-data to select optimal realisations in an ensemble of simulations of the climate of the past millennium

@article{Goosse2006UsingPP,
  title={Using paleoclimate proxy-data to select optimal realisations in an ensemble of simulations of the climate of the past millennium},
  author={Hugues Goosse and Hans Renssen and Axel Timmermann and Raymond S. Bradley and Michael Everett Mann},
  journal={Climate Dynamics},
  year={2006},
  volume={27},
  pages={165-184}
}
  • Hugues Goosse, Hans Renssen, +2 authors Michael Everett Mann
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • We present and describe in detail the advantages and limitations of a technique that combines in an optimal way model results and proxy-data time series in order to obtain states of the climate system consistent with model physics, reconstruction of past radiative forcing and proxy records. To achieve this goal, we select among an ensemble of simulations covering the last millennium performed with a low-resolution 3-D climate model the ones that minimise a cost function. This cost function… CONTINUE READING

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