Using an isotope enabled coupled atmosphere-ocean model to understand variations in isotope records from peatlands

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
Using an isotope enabled coupled atmosphere-ocean model to understand variations in isotope records from peatlands
Author(s)
Nichols J, LeGrande A, Lewis S, Booth R, Schmidt G, Peteet D, Huang Y
Publication Title
Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union
Publication Date
2009
ISSN
0096-3941
Volume
90
Issue
52, Supp
Article Number
Abstract PP13B-1412
Conference Name
American Geophysical Union 2009 fall meeting
Conference Date
Dec. 14-18, 2009
Conference Location
San Francisco, CA, USA, United States
Keyword(s)
atmospheric circulation, Cenozoic, climate change, coupling, Europe, general circulation models, Holocene, hydrologic cycle, isotopes, Lofoten Islands, Maine, Michigan, mires, models, moisture, Nordland Norway, Norway, ocean circulation, paleoclimatology, paleohydrology, peatlands, Quaternary, Scandinavia, stable isotopes, United States, Western Europe
Citation
Nichols J, LeGrande A, Lewis S, Booth R, Schmidt G, Peteet D, Huang Y. Using an isotope enabled coupled atmosphere-ocean model to understand variations in isotope records from peatlands. In: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union. American Geophysical Union 2009 fall meeting; 2009. Abstract PP13B-1412.
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