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pmip3:wg:var:synthesis [2014/06/23 10:13]
brierley [Contribution Template]
pmip3:wg:var:synthesis [2015/02/13 10:40]
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 ===== Individual Contributions ===== ===== Individual Contributions =====
-<​code>​So far none have been made+<​code>​Please contribute your own assessment of relevant paper.  
 +Either add your thoughts as a discussion below or email them to Chris directly</​code>​ 
 +== Hill et al. (2011) == 
 +//By Chris Brierley//​ 
 +  * Reference: Hill, D. J., A. Z. Csank, A. M. Dolan, and D. J. Lunt (2011), **Pliocene climate variability:​ Northern Annular Mode in models and tree-ring data**, Palaeogeography,​ Palaeoclimatology,​ Palaeoecology,​ 309(1-2), 118–127, doi:​10.1016/​j.palaeo.2011.04.003. 
 +  * Summary: This paper analyses a series of HadCM3 Pliocene simulations with different boundary conditions. The impact on these on the North Atlantic and Arctic Oscillations is investigated. Then spectral analysis of tree ring records from a site in the high Arctic are compared with modern Spectra for the NAO and AO. They argue for high Rocky Mountains in Pliocene on back of this spectral analysis. 
 +  * Novelty: First attempt at Data-Model Comparison on NAO variability for Pre-Pleistocene. Use comparison to infer something about boundary conditions. 
 +  * Potential for Improvement:​ Model and Data components could be better intertwined. Spectral analysis could be more sophisticated
-Either add your thoughts as a discussion below or email them to Chris</​code>​ 
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