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Record #150555:

Observation of α-stable noise induced millenial climate changes from an ice core record / Peter D. Ditlevsen.

Title: Observation of α-stable noise induced millenial climate changes from an ice core record / Peter D. Ditlevsen.
Author(s): Ditlevsen, Peter D.
Date: 1999.
In: Geophysical Research Letters. (1999.), Vol. 26(10) (1999)
Abstract: Last glacial period showed millenium scale climate shifts between two stable states. State of thermohaline ocean circulation probably governs climate, triggered by random fluctuations of atmospheric forcing on it. Fast time scale noise forcing climate contains α-stable component, so abrupt changes observed could be triggered by single extreme events, which could be fundamental limitation on prediction.
Notes:

Geophysical Research Letters. Vol. 26(10) :1441-1444 (1999).

Keywords: 519.673 -- Modelling.
551.321.2 -- Snow and ice, methods of sampling, excavating, drilling, etc.
551.465 -- Oceanography, dynamics.
551.583 -- Climatic changes.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 150555

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