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Terrestrial biosphere changes over the last 120 kyr and their impact on ocean 13C

Hoogakker, B. A. A.; Smith, R. S.; Singarayer, J S; Marchant, R; Prentice , I. Colin; Allen, J. R. M.; Anderson, Scott R.S.; Bhagwat, S. A.; Behling, Hermann; Borisova, O.; Bush, M; Correa-Metrio, A.; de Vernal, Anne; Finch, J. M.; Frechette, B.; Lozano-Garcia, S.; Gosling, W. D.; Granoszewski, W.; Grimm, E. C.; Gruger, E.; Hanselman, J.; Harrison, S. P.; Hill, T. R.; Huntley, B.; Jimenez-Moreno, G.; Kershaw, Peter; Ledru, M. P.; Magri, D.; McKenzie, Merna; Muller, U.; Nakagawa, T.; Novenko, E.; Penny, D.; Sadori, L.; Scott, Louis; Stevenson, Janelle; Valdes, P. J.; Vandergoes, M; Velichko, A.; Whitlock, Cathy; Tzedakis, C.


A new global synthesis and biomization of long (>40 kyr) pollen-data records is presented, and used with simulations from the HadCM3 and FAMOUS climate models to analyse the dynamics of the global terrestrial biosphere and carbon storage over the last glacial–interglacial cycle. Global modelled (BIOME4) biome distributions over time generally agree well with those inferred from pollen data. The two climate models show good agreement in global net primary productivity (NPP). NPP is strongly...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: Climate of the Past Discussions
DOI: 10.5194/cpd-11-1031-2015


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