Volume 126 1984

Milankovitch and Climate

Understanding the Response to Astronomical Forcing

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ISBN: 978-90-277-1778-8 (Print) 978-94-017-4841-4 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

  2. Modelling Long-Term Climatic Variations in Response to Astronomical Forcing

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 511-511

    2. Conceptual Models of Climatic Response

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        Pages 671-686

        An Evaluation of Ocean-Climate Theories on the North Atlantic

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        Pages 687-698

        Terminations

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        Pages 699-705

        Models for Reconstructing Temperature and Ice Volume from Oxygen Isotope Data

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        Pages 707-713

        Insolation Gradients and the Paleoclimatic Record

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        Pages 715-720

        Summer Temperature Variations in the Arctic during Interglacials

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        Pages 721-727

        Changes in Decadally Averaged Sea Surface Temperature over the World 1861–1980

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        Pages 729-729

        Sea-Level Fluctuations as Evidence of the Milankovitch Cycles and of the Planetary-Solar Modulation of Climate

      General Circulation Models

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        Pages 733-763

        A Sensitivity Experiment to Astronomical Forcing with a Spectral GCM: Simulation of the Annual Cycle at 125 000 BP and 115 000 BP

      Energy Balance Climate Models

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        Pages 513-518

        A Two-Dimensional Climate Model Useful in Ice Age Applications

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        Pages 519-525

        A Simple Seasonal Climate Model and Its Response to Variations in the Orbital Parameters

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        Pages 527-537

        Preliminary Results on the Simulation of Climate during the Last Deglaciation with a Thermodynamic Model

      Models with an Ice Sheet

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        Pages 541-564

        Some Ice-Age Aspects of a Calving Ice-Sheet Model

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        Pages 565-580

        A Model of the Ice Age Cycle

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        Pages 581-597

        Sensitivities of Cryospheric Models to Insolation and Temperature Variations Using a Surface Energy Balance

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        Pages 599-604

        A Possible Explanation of Differences Between Pre- and Post-Jaramillo Ice Sheet Growth

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        Pages 605-606

        On Long Period Internal Oscillations in a Simple Ice Sheet Model

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        Pages 607-611

        On the Origin of the Ice Ages

      Oscillator Models of Climate

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        Pages 615-636

        Earth-Orbital Eccentricity Variations and Climatic Change

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        Pages 637-652

        Self-Oscillations, External Forcings, and Climate Predictability

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        Pages 653-667

        Sensitivity of Internally-Generated Climate Oscillations to Ocean Model Formulation

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