2017/11/21 New Papers(AGU,etc.)

New Papers(AGU,EGU,GSA) 2017/11/13~19

Climate of the past
1. Stalagmite-inferred abrupt climate change of Asian Summer Monsoon at MIS 5a/4 transition
Xiuyang Jiang, Yaoqi He, Xiaoyan Wang, Jinguo Dong, Zhizhong Li, and Chuan-Chou Shen

2. Orbital forcing of terrestrial hydrology, weathering and carbon sequestration during the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
Tom Dunkley Jones, Hayley R. Manners, Murray Hoggett, Sandra Kirtland Turner, Thomas Westerhold, Melanie J. Leng, Richard D. Pancost, Andy Ridgwell, Laia Alegret, Rob Duller, and Stephen T. Grimes

3. Re-evaluating the link between the Laacher See volcanic eruption and the Younger Dryas
James U. L. Baldini, Richard J. Brown, and Natasha Mawdsley

4. Antarctic climate variability on regional and continental scales over the last 2000 years
Barbara Stenni, Mark A. J. Curran, Nerilie J. Abram, Anais Orsi, Sentia Goursaud, Valerie Masson-Delmotte, Raphael Neukom, Hugues Goosse, Dmitry Divine, Tas van Ommen, Eric J. Steig, Daniel A. Dixon, Elizabeth R. Thomas, Nancy A. N. Bertler, Elisabeth Isaksson, Alexey Ekaykin, Martin Werner, and Massimo Frezzotti

5. Reconstructing Late Holocene North Atlantic atmospheric circulation changes using functional paleoclimate networks
Jasper G. Franke, Johannes P. Werner, and Reik V. Donner

JGR: Oceans
6. Mesoscale Eddy Activity and Transport in the Atlantic Water Inflow Region North of Svalbard
L. Crews, A. Sundfjord, J. Albretsen, T. Hattermann

7. Oceanographic Controls on the Variability of Ice-Shelf Basal Melting and Circulation of Glacial Meltwater in the Amundsen Sea Embayment, Antarctica
Satoshi Kimura, Adrian Jenkins, Heather Regan, Paul R. Holland, Karen M. Assmann, Daniel Whitt, Melchoir Van Wessem, Willem Jan van de Berg, Carleen H. Reijmer, Pierre Dutrieux

8. Sea-Surface Temperatures in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific and Surface Temperatures in the Eastern Cordillera of Colombia during El Niño: Implications for Pliocene Conditions
Lina C. Pérez-Angel, Peter Molnar

9. A reconstruction of subtropical western North Pacific SST variability back to 1578, based on a Porites coral Sr/Ca record from the northern Ryukyus, Japan
Y. Kawakubo, C. Alibert, Y. Yokoyama

Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
10. A Reassessment of the Precision of Carbonate Clumped Isotope Measurements: Implications for Calibrations and Paleoclimate Reconstructions
Alvaro Fernandez, Inigo A. Müller, Laura Rodríguez-Sanz, Joep van Dijk, Nathan Looser, Stefano M. Bernasconi

11. Bay of Bengal Exhibits Warming Trend During the Younger Dryas: Implications of AMOC
Champoungam Panmei, Pothuri Divakar Naidu, Mahyar Mohtadi

12. Modeling Seismic Cycles of Great Megathrust Earthquakes Across the Scales With Focus at Postseismic Phase
Stephan V. Sobolev, Iskander A. Muldashev

Geophysical Research Letters
13. Translating Uncertain Sea Level Projections into Infrastructure Impacts Using a Bayesian Framework
Hamed Moftakhari,Amir AghaKouchak,Brett F. Sanders,Richard A. Matthew,Omid Mazdiyasni

14. Permafrost organic carbon mobilization from the watershed to the Colville River delta: evidence from 14C ramped pyrolysis and lignin biomarkers
Xiaowen Zhang, Thomas S. Bianchi, Xingqian Cui, Brad E. Rosenheim, Chien-Lu Ping, Andrea J. M. Hanna, Mikhail Kanevskiy, Kathryn M. Schreiner, Mead A. Allison

15. Enhanced chlorophyll concentrations induced by Kuroshio intrusion fronts in the northern South China Sea
Lin Guo, Peng Xiu, Fei Chai, Huijie Xue, Dongxiao Wang, Jun Sun

16. Agreement of CMIP5 Simulated and Observed Ocean Anthropogenic CO2 Uptake
Benjamin Bronselaer, Michael Winton, Joellen Russell, Christopher L. Sabine, Samar Khatiwala

17. Ocean-bottom deformation due to present-day mass redistribution and its impact on sea-level observations
Thomas Frederikse, Riccardo E. M. Riva, Matt A. King
  • The effect of present-day mass redistribution on ocean-bottom deformation is studied
  • A global-mean ocean-bottom subsidence of 0.1 mm/yr was caused by surface mass redistribution over 1993 -2014
  • Mean ocean-basin deformations are 1 mm/yr in the Arctic Ocean, and up to 0.4 mm/yr elsewhere

Global Biogeochemical Cycles
18. Biological and climate controls on North Atlantic marine carbon dynamics over the last millennium: Insights from an absolutely-dated shell based record from the North Icelandic Shelf
D. J. Reynolds, I. R. Hall, J. D. Scourse, C. A. Richardson, A. D. Wanamaker, P. G. Butler

GSA Bulletin

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