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Holocene climate variability:
comparisons of climate model simulations with palaeoclimate reconstructions

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The following abstracts are available as Microsoft Word (.doc) or Abode Acrobat (.pdf) documents.


SESSION A - Methods
A1. Statistical problems and techniques (Martin Widmann)
A2a. Inverse approaches to model-data comparison - Time series (Tim Osborn)
A2b. Inverse approaches to model-data comparison - Time slices (Sandy Harrison)
A3. Forward approaches to model-data comparison (Bernard Reichert et al.)
SESSION B - The last 1,000 years at annual-decadal resolution
B1. Modelling forced and unforced climate variability over the past 1,000 years (Simon Tett et al.)
B2a. Climate data for the last 1,000 years - instrumental data (Reinhard Bhm)
B2b. Climate data for the last 1,000 years - proxy records (Keith Briffa kindly stood in at short notice)
B3a. Intercomparisons of model and proxy data - EBM-data (Tom Crowley)
B3b. Intercomparisons of model and proxy data - GCM-data (Matt Collins)
SESSION C - The last 10,000 years
C1. Transient modelling of the Holocene (Michel Crucifix kindly stood in at late notice)
C2a. Climate proxy data for the last 10,000 years - terrestrial records (Bas van Geel)
C2b. Climate proxy data for the last 10,000 years - marine records (Eystein Jansen - Cancelled)
C3. Time-slice modelling of the Holocene climate (Paul Valdes)
C4. Intercomparisons of model and proxy data (Jol Guiot)
ADDITIONAL PRESENTATIONS
1. Modelling the effect of freshwater pulses on the early Holocene climate: the influence of high-frequency climate variability (Hans Renssen et al.)
2. The LOTRED approach: long-term reconstruction and diagnostics (Heinz Wanner et al.)
3. Solar forcing of the Holocene climate: a model study (Nanne Weber)
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