User menu

How long will our interglacial be?

Bibliographic reference Crucifix, Michel ; Berger, André. How long will our interglacial be?. In: Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Vol. 87, no. 35, p. 352-353 (2006)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/71965
  1. Berger A., CLIMATE: An Exceptionally Long Interglacial Ahead?, 10.1126/science.1076120
  2. Berger André, Loutre Marie-France, Climate 400,000 years ago, a key to the future?, Earth's Climate and Orbital Eccentricity: The Marine Isotope Stage 11 Question (2003) ISBN:0875909965 p.17-26, 10.1029/137gm02
  3. Berger, A., , M. F., Loutre, , De la théorie astronomique au réchauffement global, L'Homme Face au Climat, E., Bard, , 15-33 Odile Jacob, Paris., 2006,
  4. Berger AndréL., Long-Term Variations of Daily Insolation and Quaternary Climatic Changes, 10.1175/1520-0469(1978)035<2362:ltvodi>2.0.co;2
  5. Berger, A., , M. F., Loutre, , Modeling the climate response to astronomical and CO2, forcings, C. R. Acad Sci., Ser. IIa, 323, 1-16 1996,
  6. Broecker Wallace S., Stocker Thomas F., The Holocene CO2rise: Anthropogenic or natural?, 10.1029/2006eo030002
  7. Claussen Martin, Brovkin Victor, Calov Reinhard, Ganopolski Andrey, Kubatzki Claudia, Did Humankind Prevent a Holocene Glaciation? : Comment on Ruddiman’s Hypothesis of a Pre-Historic Anthropocene, 10.1007/s10584-005-7276-2
  8. Crucifix Michel, Loutre Marie-France, Berger André, Commentary on “The Anthropogenic Greenhouse Era Began Thousands of Years Ago”, 10.1007/s10584-005-7278-0
  9. Earth's Climate and Orbital Eccentricity: The Marine Isotope Stage 11 Question, ISBN:0875909965, 10.1029/gm137
  10. Augustin Laurent, Barbante Carlo, Barnes Piers R. F., Marc Barnola Jean, Bigler Matthias, Castellano Emiliano, Cattani Olivier, Chappellaz Jerome, Dahl-Jensen Dorthe, Delmonte Barbara, Dreyfus Gabrielle, Durand Gael, Falourd Sonia, Fischer Hubertus, Flückiger Jacqueline, Hansson Margareta E., Huybrechts Philippe, Jugie Gérard, Johnsen Sigfus J., Jouzel Jean, Kaufmann Patrik, Kipfstuhl Josef, Lambert Fabrice, Lipenkov Vladimir Y., Littot Geneviève C., Longinelli Antonio, Lorrain Reginald, Maggi Valter, Masson-Delmotte Valerie, Miller Heinz, Mulvaney Robert, Oerlemans Johannes, Oerter Hans, Orombelli Giuseppe, Parrenin Frederic, Peel David A., Petit Jean-Robert, Raynaud Dominique, Ritz Catherine, Ruth Urs, Schwander Jakob, Siegenthaler Urs, Souchez Roland, Stauffer Bernhard, Peder Steffensen Jorgen, Stenni Barbara, Stocker Thomas F., Tabacco Ignazio E., Udisti Roberto, van de Wal Roderik S. W., van den Broeke Michiel, Weiss Jerome, Wilhelms Frank, Winther Jan-Gunnar, Wolff Eric W., Zucchelli Mario, Eight glacial cycles from an Antarctic ice core, 10.1038/nature02599
  11. Lee S.-Y., Poulsen C. J., Tropical Pacific climate response to obliquity forcing in the Pleistocene : TROPICAL PACIFIC RESPONSE TO OBLIQUITY FORCING, 10.1029/2005pa001161
  12. Loutre M. F., Berger A., 10.1023/a:1005559827189
  13. Loutre M.F., Clues from MIS 11 to predict the future climate – a modelling point of view, 10.1016/s0012-821x(03)00235-8
  14. Ruddiman William F., The Anthropogenic Greenhouse Era Began Thousands of Years Ago, 10.1023/b:clim.0000004577.17928.fa
  15. Ruddiman William F., The Early Anthropogenic Hypothesis a Year Later : An Editorial Reply, 10.1007/s10584-005-7272-6
  16. Ruddiman William F., Vavrus Stephen J., Kutzbach John E., A test of the overdue-glaciation hypothesis, 10.1016/j.quascirev.2004.07.010
  17. Vettoretti G., Peltier W.R., Sensitivity of glacial inception to orbital and greenhouse gas climate forcing, 10.1016/j.quascirev.2003.08.008