2017/06/20 New Papers(AGU,etc.)

New Papers(AGU,EGU,GSA)

Climate of the past
1. Climate of migration? How climate triggered migration from Southwest Germany into North America during the 19th century
Rüdiger Glaser, Iso Himmelsbach, and Annette Boesmeier

2. Hydroclimate of the Last Glacial Maximum and deglaciation in southern Australia's arid margin interpreted from speleothem records (23–15 ka)
Pauline C. Treble, Andy Baker, Linda K. Ayliffe, Timothy J. Cohen, John C. Hellstrom, Michael K. Gagan, Silvia Frisia, Russell N. Drysdale, Alan D. Griffiths, and Andrea Borsato

3. A new high-resolution pollen sequence at Lake Van, Turkey: insights into penultimate interglacial–glacial climate change on vegetation history
Nadine Pickarski and Thomas Litt

4. Temperature and mineral dust variability recorded in two low accumulation Alpine ice cores over the last millennium
Pascal Bohleber, Tobias Erhardt, Nicole Spaulding, Helene Hoffmann, Hubertus Fischer, and Paul Mayewski

Geophysical Research Letters
5. Large Uncertainty in Permafrost Carbon Stocks due to Hillslope Soil Deposits
Eitan Shelef, Joel C. Rowland, Cathy J. Wilson , G.E. Hilley, Umakant Mishra, Garrett L. Altmann and Chien-Lu Ping

6. Can energy fluxes be used to interpret glacial/interglacial precipitation changes in the Tropics?
W. H. G. Roberts, P. J. Valdes, J. S. Singarayer

7. Hiatus-like decades in the absence of equatorial Pacific cooling and accelerated global ocean heat uptake
Lukas Känel, Thomas L. Frölicher, Nicolas Gruber 

8. Physical controls of Southern Ocean deep-convection variability in CMIP5 models and the Kiel Climate Model
A. Reintges, T. Martin, M. Latif, W. Park

9. Future sea level change from Antarctica's Lambert-Amery glacial system
M. L. Pittard, B. K. Galton-Fenzi, C. S. Watson, J. L. Roberts

JGR: Oceans
10. Tsunami and infragravity waves impacting Antarctic ice shelves
P.D. Bromirski, Z. Chen, R.A. Stephen, P. Gerstoft, D. Arcas, A. Diez, R.C. Aster, D.A. Wiens, A. Nyblade

11. Antarctic climate, Southern Ocean circulation patterns, and deep-water formation during the Eocene
Claire E. Huck, Tina Flierdt, Steven M. Bohaty, Samantha J. Hammond 

12. Shallow marine response to global climate change during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, Salisbury Embayment, USA
Jean M. Self-Trail, Marci M. Robinson, Timothy J. Bralower, Jocelyn A. Sessa, Elizabeth A. Hajek, Lee R. Kump, Sheila M. Trampush, Debra A. Willard, Lucy E. Edwards, David S. Powars, Gregory A. Wandless 

Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Global Biogeochemical Cycles
GSA Bulletin

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