The spatial extent and dynamics of the Antarctic Cold Reversal
Antarctic ice cores show that a millennial-scale cooling event, the Antarctic Cold Reversal (14,700 to 13,000 years ago), interrupted the last deglaciation1–3 . The Antarctic Cold Reversal coincides with the Bølling–Allerød warm stage in the North Atlantic, providing an example of the inter-hemispheric coupling of abrupt climate change generally referred to as the bipolar seesaw4–9. However, the ocean–atmosphere dynamics governing this coupling are debated10–15. Here we examine the extent and...[Show more]
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