Lamont Climate Center Mini-Conference Proposal

Supplementary materials


(preference for travel funds will be given to modelers have or are engaged in Pangean climate modeling).

David Rind (GISS)

Mark A. Chandler (GISS)

Mark Cane (Lamont)

Malka Machlus (Lamont)

Peter LeTourneau (Lamont)

Joseph Smoot (USGS, Reston)

John E. Kutzbach (Wisconsin)

Mark Cane (Lamont)

Thomas J. Crowley (TAMU)

Judith Totman Parrish (Univ. Arizona)

Kevin M Wilson (Bryn Mawr)

David Pollard (NCAR)

William W. Hay (U. C. Boulder)

Starley L. Thomson (NCAR)

Lisa C. Sloan (NCAR)

Eric J. Barron (Penn. State)

Paul Valdes (Reading, UK)

Sarah J. Fowell (Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks; Lamont)

Alfred M. Zeigler (Chicago)

Douglas D. Ekart (Univ. Utah.)



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Barron, E.J., W.H. Peterson, D. Pollard, and S. Thompson, 1993, Past climate and the role of ocean heat transport: model simulations for the Cretaceous, Paleoceanography 8: 785-798.

Chandler, M. A., 1994, Depiction of modern and Pangean deserts: evaluation of GCM hydrological diagnostics for paleoclimate studies. GSA Spec. Pap. 288, 117-138

Crowley, T.J., 1993, Geological assessment of the greenhouse effect, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 74: 2363-2373.

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Lyle, M., 1997: Could early Cenozoic thermohaline circulation have warmed the poles? Paleoceanography, 12, 161-167.

McIntyre, A. and Molfino, B., 1996, Forcing of Atlantic equatorial and subpolar millennial cycles by precession. Science 274: 1867-1870.

Pollard, D. and Schulz, M., 1994, A model for the potential locations of Triassic evaporite basins driven by paleoclimatic GCM simulations. Global and Planetary Change 9: 233-249.

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Parrish, J. T., 1993, Climate of the supercontinent Pangea. Journal of Geology. 101: 215-233.

Sloan, L. C. and E. J. Barron, 1992: Eocene climate model results: Quantitative comparison to paleoclimatic evidence, Palaeogeog., Palaeoclim., Palaeoecol ., 93: 183-202.

Schmidt, G. and L. Mysak, 1996: Can increased poleward oceanic heat flux explain the warm Cretaceous climate? Paleoceanography 11: 579-593.

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Wilson, K. M., Pollard, D., Hay, W. W., Thompson, S. L., and Wold, C. N., 1994, General circulation model simulations of Triassic climates: prelimiary results. GSA Spec. Pap. 288: 91-116.

Ziegler, A. M., Parrish. J. M., Yao, J., Gyllenhaal., E. D., Rowley, D. B., Parrish, J. T., Nie, S., Bekker, A., Hulver, M. L., 1994, Early Mesozoic phytogeography and climate. In Allen. J. R. L., Hoskins . B . J., Sellwood. B. W., Spicer, R. A., Valdes, P. J. (eds.), Palaeoclimates and their modelling; with special reference to the Mesozoic era. p. 89-97.