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After an abrupt warming at the end of the Younger Dryas period, Greenland temperature gradually decreased toward the Holocene temperature minimum at 11,271 ± 30 years B. (9.2 ± 1.5 °C colder than the recent decades; Preboreal Oscillation), which was followed by another abrupt warming (Figs 2 and 3). Then, Greenland experienced the largest hemispheric-wide negative temperature excursion during the Holocene around 8,200 years B. (c) Modeled NH average temperatures with full forcing (blue) and without volcanic forcing (green) both relative to the average of the past 1000 years from the full forcing run.
The names are given according to the Greenland temperature changes or common usages if available. Afterwards, the temperature gradually decreased with occasional large drops (Figs 2 and 3). Experiments without volcanic and solar forcing that exhibit long-term trends similar to that of full forcing are not shown for the sake of simplicity.
Observed and modelled ΔTs agree within their uncertainties (Fig. Surface temperature calculations are conducted automatically to minimize the differences between the modelled and observed δ.
For one realization, about 360 runs from 50,000 years B. to present were necessary with different values for each parameter.
E.) to the recent decades, Greenland Summit temperature increased by 2.9 ± 0.9 °C.
Greenland experienced a temperature minimum around 5,500 years B. Afterwards, the temperature shows a slight increase for 1,500 years (Mid-Holocene Optimum), followed by a cooling into the Little Ice Age with occasional bumps (Fig. From the coldest decades in the Little Ice Age (1740–1780 C.
P., which is earlier than that of the borehole based reconstruction (around 8,000 years B. Consistent with an earlier conclusion Greenland Summit temperature and its proxies over the Holocene. Reported uncertainty ranges are 2σ standard deviation unless otherwise stated. Open Access This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which permits use, sharing, adaptation, distribution and reproduction in any medium or format, as long as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.We circumvented the drifts by allowing slight constant shifts in ΔT by minimizing the difference between the observed and modeled δ) to minimize the drift. to take a memory effect of temperature in the ice-sheet. We tested different sections and found little differences in the calculated surface temperatures. For both periods, slight constant shifts for prescribed temperatures were allowed to fit with borehole temperatures during the following minimization procedure. (a) Raw volcanic forcing, (b) Volcanic Impact Index (VII), the difference between two curves in Fig. (c) ΔNH sea-ice cover (y-axis is reversed) is calculated as differences between experiments with full forcing and without volcanic forcing (ensemble means) in 21-year RMs, (d) as in (c) but for ocean temperature (54–484 m) in 40°N–90°N. Therefore, the decreasing temperature trend from the middle to the late Holocene likely results from orbital forcing, but 43% of the orbitally induced cooling was compensated by the increasing GHG forcing (Fig. The reconstructed Greenland temperature and modeled NH average temperature are significantly correlated (r = 0.52, p ). The centennial to millennial-scale variability of the reconstructed Greenland temperature is significantly correlated with Na Centennial to millennial-scale volcanic impacts on climate over the past 10,000 years. to the present, the experiment without orbital forcing displays a warming trend, whereas the simulation without GHG forcing overestimates the cooling trend.