2017/03/14 New Papers(AGU,etc.)

New Papers(AGU,EGU,GSA)

Climate of the past
1. An improved north–south synchronization of ice core records around the 41 kyr 10Be peak
Grant M. Raisbeck, Alexandre Cauquoin, Jean Jouzel, Amaelle Landais, Jean-Robert Petit, Vladimir Y. Lipenkov, Juerg Beer, Hans-Arno Synal, Hans Oerter, Sigfus J. Johnsen, Jorgen P. Steffensen, Anders Svensson, and Françoise Yiou

JGR: Oceans
2. Flow paths and variability of the North Atlantic Current: A comparison of observations and a high-resolution model
Tilia Breckenfelder, Monika Rhein, Achim Roessler, Claus W. Böning, Arne Biastoch, Erik Behrens, Christian Mertens

3. Validation of sea ice models using an uncertainty-based distance metric for multiple model variables
Jorge R. Urrego-Blanco, Elizabeth C. Hunke, Nathan M. Urban, Nicole Jeffery, Adrian K. Turner, James R. Langenbrunner, Jane M. Booker

Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
4. Lithospheric thickness estimation beneath Northwestern South America from an S-wave Receiver Function analysis
J. Faustino Blanco, Carlos A. Vargas, Gaspar Monsalve

5. Two-layered oceanic lithospheric mantle in a Tibetan ophiolite produced by episodic subduction of Tethyan slabs
Qing Xiong, William L. Griffin, Jian-Ping Zheng, Norman J. Pearson, Suzanne Y. O'Reilly

6. Sub-ice shelf sediment geochronology utilizing novel radiocarbon methodology for detrital-rich sediments
C. Subt, H. I. Yoon, K. C. Yoo, J. I. Lee, A. Leventer, E.W. Domack, B. E. Rosenheim

Geophysical Research Letters
Global Biogeochemical Cycles
GSA Bulletin

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New Papers 2017/3/6–2017/3/12 (Nature, Science, etc...)

New Papers 2017/3/6–2017/3/12 (Nature, Science, etc...)

1. Paleoproterozoic sterol biosynthesis and the rise of oxygen
David A. Gold, Abigail Caron, Gregory P. Fournier & Roger E. Summons

2 Aboriginal mitogenomes reveal 50,000 years of regionalism in Australia
Ray Tobler, Adam Rohrlach, Julien Soubrier, Pere Bover, Bastien Llamas et al.

Nature Communication
3. The missing Northern European winter cooling response to Arctic sea ice loss
James A. Screen

4. The origin of carbon isotope vital effects in coccolith calcite
H. L. O. McClelland, J. Bruggeman, M. Hermoso & R. E. M. Rickaby

5. Rapid emergence of climate change in environmental drivers of marine ecosystems
Stephanie A. Henson, Claudie Beaulieu, Tatiana Ilyina, Jasmin G. John, Matthew Long, Roland Séférian, Jerry Tjiputra & Jorge L. Sarmiento

Nature Geoscience
6. Enhanced weathering and CO2 drawdown caused by latest Eocene strengthening of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation
Geneviève Elsworth, Eric Galbraith, Galen Halverson & Simon Yang

Nature Climate Change
7. The peak structure and future changes of the relationships between extreme precipitation and temperature
Guiling Wang, Dagang Wang, Kevin E. Trenberth, Amir Erfanian, Miao Yu,   Michael
G. Bosilovich & Dana T. Parr

8. The whole-soil carbon flux in response to warming
Caitlin E. Hicks Pries, C. Castanha, R. Porras, M. S. Torn

9. The control of the tropical North Atlantic on Holocene millennial climate oscillations
David Domínguez-Villar, Xianfeng Wang, Kristina Krklec, Hai Cheng, and R. Lawrence Edwards

10. Pore fluids in Dead Sea sediment core reveal linear response of lake chemistry
to global climate changes
Elan J. Levy, Mordechai Stein, Boaz Lazar, Ittai Gavrieli, Yoseph Yechieli, and Orit Sivan

11. Determining climate effects on US total agricultural productivity
Xin-Zhong Liang, You Wu, Robert G. Chambers, Daniel L. Schmoldt, Wei Gao, Chaoshun Liu, Yan-An Liu, Chao Sun, Jennifer A. Kennedy


2017/02/28 New Papers (Nature, Science, PNAS etc...)

1. Onset of the aerobic nitrogen cycle during the Great Oxidation Event
Aubrey L. Zerkle, Simon W. Poulton, Robert J. Newton, Colin Mettam, Mark W. Claire, Andrey Bekker & Christopher K. Junium                   

2. Giant crack in Antarctic ice shelf spotlights advances in glaciology
Jeff Tollefson
Rift through Larsen C ice shelf has grown to 175 kilometres, and collapse of nearby ice shelves could offer a glimpse of its future.

3. Climate science: Predictable ice ages on a chaotic planet
Didier Paillard
Statistical analysis has revealed a simple rule for the occurrence of warm periods during the Quaternary, whereas on much longer timescales geological data have confirmed that the Solar System is chaotic.

4. Theory of chaotic orbital variations confirmed by Cretaceous geological evidence
Chao Ma, Stephen R. Meyers & Bradley B. Sageman

5. A simple rule to determine which insolation cycles lead to interglacials
P. C. Tzedakis, M. Crucifix, T. Mitsui & E. W. Wolff

6. East Antarctica's Weddell woe
→ Geophys. Res. Lett. http://doi.org/bzsd (2017)
East Antarctic ice sheet most vulnerable to Weddell Sea warming
N. R. Golledge, R. H. Levy, R. M. McKay, T. R. Naish

7. Seasonal prediction of US summertime ozone using statistical analysis of large scale climate patterns
Lu Shena,1 and Loretta J. Mickley

Nature Climate Change
8. Long-term warming amplifies shifts in the carbon cycle of experimental ponds
Gabriel Yvon-Durocher, Chris J. Hulatt, Guy Woodward & Mark Trimmer

Nature Geoscience
Nature communications



New Papers 2017/02/21–2017/02/27 (AGU,EGU)

New Papers 2017/02/21–2017/02/27 (AGU,EGU)

1. Postseismic uplift of the Andes following the 2010 Maule earthquake: Implications for mantle rheology
Shaoyang Li, Marcos Moreno, Jonathan Bedford, Matthias Rosenau, Oliver Heidbach, Daniel Melnick, Onno Oncken

2. Fracture capture of organic pores in shales
Hugh Daigle, Nicholas W. Hayman, Eric D. Kelly, Kitty L. Milliken, Han Jiang

3. CO2 – vegetation feedbacks and other climate changes implicated in reducing baseflow
Ralph Trancoso, Joshua R. Larsen, Tim R. McVicar, Stuart Phinn, Clive A. McAlpine

JGR: Oceans
4. Impact of the Ice Strength Formulation on the Performance of a Sea Ice Thickness Distribution Model in the Arctic
Mischa Ungermann, L. Bruno Tremblay, Torge Martin, Martin Losch

5. New Northwest Pacific radiolarian data as a tool to estimate past sea surface and intermediate water temperatures
Kenji M. Matsuzaki, Takuya Itaki

6. Oxygen history off Baja California over the last 80 kyr: A new foraminiferal-based record.
Martin Tetard, Laetitia Licari, Luc Beaufort

Climate of the past
7. Sources and characteristics of terrestrial carbon in Holocene-scale sediments of the East Siberian Sea
Kirsi Keskitalo, Tommaso Tesi, Lisa Bröder, August Andersson, Christof Pearce, Martin Sköld, Igor P. Semiletov, Oleg V. Dudarev, and Örjan Gustafsson

8. A record of Neogene seawater δ11B reconstructed from paired δ11B analyses on benthic and planktic foraminifera
Rosanna Greenop, Mathis P. Hain, Sindia M. Sosdian, Kevin I. C. Oliver, Philip Goodwin, Thomas B. Chalk, Caroline H. Lear, Paul A. Wilson, and Gavin L. Foster

9. Quantifying K, U, and Th contents of marine sediments using shipboard natural gamma radiation spectra measured on DV JOIDES Resolution
David De Vleeschouwer, Ann G. Dunlea, Gerald Auer, Chloe H. Anderson, Hans Brumsack, Aaron de Loach, Michael C. Gurnis, Youngsook Huh, Takeshige Ishiwa, Kwangchul Jang, Michelle A. Kominz, Christian März, Bernhard Schnetger, Richard W. Murray, Heiko Pälike

10. Revisit of rare earth element fractionation during chemical weathering and river sediment transport
Ni Su, Shouye Yang, Yulong Guo, Wei Yue, Xiaodan Wang, Ping Yin, Xiangtong Huang

Global Biogeochemical Cycles
GSA Bulletin

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