Selected non-RAPID publicationsL S T V
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Langdon, P. G. and Barber, K. E., (2005), The climate of Scotland over the last 5000 years inferred from multi-proxy peatland records: inter-site correlations and regional variability. Journal of Quaternary Science, 20, 546-566. doi: 10.1002/jqs.934
LeGrande, A.N., G.A. Schmidt, D.T. Shindell, C.V. Field, R.L. Miller, D.M. Koch, G. Faluvegi, and G. Hoffmann (2006), Consistent simulations ofmultiple proxy responses to an abrupt climate change event, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 103, 837-842, DOI:10.1073pnas.0510095103 http://pubs.giss.nasa.gov/abstracts/2006/LeGrande_etal.html
Lewis, C.F.M, and Teller, J.T., (2005), Glacial runoff from North America and its possible impact on oceans and climate, in Glacier Science and Environmental Change (Knight, P.G., ed.), Blackwell Publ., Oxford, UK.
Sutton, R.T., and D.L.R. Hodson, (2005), Atlantic Ocean Forcing of North American and European Summer Climate Science, 309 (5731), 115-118. DOI:10.1126/science.1109496.
Teller, J.T., Boyd, M., Yang, Z., Kor, P., and Fard, A., (2005), Alternative routing of Lake Agassiz overflow during the Younger Dryas: new dates, paleotopography, and a re-evaluation, Quaternary Science Reviews, 24, 1890-1905. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2005.01.008
Teller, J.T., Murty, T., Nirupama, N., and Chittibabu, P., (2005), A possible tsunami in the Labrador Sea related to the drainage of glacial Lake Agassiz ~8400 years B.P., Science of Tsunami Hazards, 23, 3-16.
van der Schrier, G. and J. Barkmeijer, (2005), Bjerknes' hypothesis on the coldness during 1790-1820 AD revisited, Climate Dyn. 24, 355-371. DOI:10.1007/s00382-004-0506-x Erratum: Climate Dyn. DOI:10.1007/s00382-005-0053-0