PMIP 2017, Stockholm
25-29 September, 2017

The conference is organised around the PMIP working groups. WG leaders from each group organize their sessions in different ways. Most presentations are in poster form and everyone has a 3- minute speed talk to advertise their poster, please prepare a maximum 2 slides for your speed talk. Invited speakers will highlight new scientific advances that should be considered as part of the PMIP4 analyses plan. Invited speakers outside the core PMIP groups will provide linkages with other CMIP6 intercomparison projects or PAGES working groups.

Posters can be setup before morning session or during morning coffee break, and should be taken away during afternoon coffee break.

Poster size: A0 (841 x 1189 mm), Portrait, all the talks (except invited ones) are expected to have poster.

Please upload at least one day before your session start. For those present 3-minutes speed talk, please upload three slides in maximum, one is title, two slides are motivation/exp design/results. Resolution of the projector is 1280x800, your slide ratio should be in 16:10 to best show on screen. You can set the ratio in powerpoint ‘Page setup’.

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Group photos: Photo 1   Photo 2

Invited Speakers

Emilie Capron, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Martin Claussen, Max-Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany

Kim Cobb, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Kevin John Anchukaitis, The University of Arizona, USA

Heiko Goezler, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Zhengyu Liu, Ohio State University, USA

Valerie Masson-Delmotte, LSCE/IPSL, France

Eelco Rohling, Australian National University, Australia

Yusuke Suganuma, National Institute of Polar Research, Japan

Overall schedule

DA - Data Assimilation; P2F - Past to Future; LM - Last Millennium; LIG - Last Interglacial
LGM - Last Glacial Maximum; COMPARE - Comparing Ocean Models to Paleo-ARchivEs
Paleovar - Variability and mean state; ECS - Early Career Scientist
WG - Working Group; SSC - Scientific Steering Committee

Day 1 / 25 Sep, Mon Day 2 / 26 Sep,Tue Day 3 / 27 Sep,Wed Day 4 / 28 Sep,Thu Day 5 / 29 Sep,Fri
Glacial invited and speed talks
+ data syntheses
+ new data talks
LM/Past2K talks
Invited Valérie Masson + discussion IPCC AR6
PMIP introduction
Warm climates invited talk
Feedback from ECS and/or WG
10:30-11:00: Coffee Break
Warm climates invited and speed talks
Glacial invited and speed talks
COMPARE + isotopes talks
Paleovar + DA + P2F talks
Feedback from ECS and/or WG
Final discussion on future steps
12:30-13:30 : Lunch
Warm Climates invited and speed talks
Glacial posters
poster speed talks
+ data syntheses
Paleovar + DA + P2F + LM/Past2K
WG/SSC meetings
Warm Climates posters
COMPARE & isotopes
Discussions: model-data comparisons
Discussions: boundary conditions
16:00-16:30: Coffee Break
Warm Climates
Break groups
Parallel discussions
Invited talks
Free time
Nobel Museum tour
and conference dinner

Detailed schedule

Day 1: Mon, 25 Sep, Warm climate session (Mid-Holocene, LIG, Miocene, Pliocene)
Chairs: Pascale Braconnot, Bette Otto-Bliesner, Alan Haywood

Registration, outside the lecture room in the museum
09:30-10:10 Pascale Braconnot 

Introduction PMIP status and PMIP4-CMIP6 objectives
10:10-10:30 Martin Claussen
Is the “Green Sahara” problem solved?
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
Speed talks on mid-Holocene
Bette L Otto-Bliesner The PMIP4-CMIP6 Simulations for the Mid-Holocene and Last Interglacial with the Community Earth System Model
Francesco S.R. Pausata The role of vegetation and dust reduction in altering the West African Monsoon and the climate worldwide during the mid-Holocene Green Sahara period
Patrick J. Bartlein Underlying causes of Eurasian mid-continental aridity in simulations of mid-Holocene climate
Kyle Niezgoda Characterizing the mid-Holocene tropical atmospheric hydrologic cycle using simulated water isotopes in iCAM5
Weipeng Zheng Changes in West African monsoon precipitation: the competition between large-scale dynamics and local thermodynamics
Mechanism of ENSO weakening during mid-Holocene
Kenji Izumi Influence of cloud radiative effects on tropical rain belts in the mid-Holocene
Krishnan Raghavan Paleoclimatic constraints on monsoon precipitation extremes over South Asia
Pascale Braconnot Mid to late Holocene transition Holocene simulation with the IPSL Earth System Model
Yihua Luan Mean climate and ENSO changes in three typical warm periods simulated by FGOALS-s2
11:30-11:50 Emilie Capron
Climate syntheses to benchmark CMIP6/PMIP4 Last Interglacial equilibrium simulations
Speed talks on LIG
Jorge Bernales MAGIC-DML: Combining climate and ice sheet modelling with field-based data to reconstruct the long-term glacial history of East Antarctica
Bette L Otto-Bliesner Coupled Long-Term Evolution of Climate and the Greenland Ice Sheet During Past Warm Periods: A Comparison for the Last Interglacial and the Late Pliocene
Gerrit Lohmann High sea level for the Last Interglacial: Contribution of the Antarctic ice sheet
Kristine L. DeLong A 75-Year Long Absolute SST Reconstruction Reveals Last Interglacial Variability in the Tropical Atlantic Warm Pool: Comparison of Model and Coral-Based Reconstructions
Louise Sime Using isotopic model emulation and ice cores to advance our understanding of Last Interglacial ice sheets
Max Holloway Antarctic Last Interglacial Isotope Peak in Response to Sea Ice Retreat not Ice Sheet Collapse
Chuncheng Guo Simulated Last Interglacial climates with the Norwegian Earth System Model
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-13:50 Yusuke Suganuma
East Antarctic ice sheet variability during the last 3 Ma in the central & eastern Droning Maud Land
Speed talks on Miocene, Eocene and Pliocene
Agatha de Boer Decoupling of temperatures and ice volume in the Middle Miocene: A missing piece of the puzzle?
David Hutchinson Modelling the onset of North Atlantic Deep Water formation across the Eocene-Oligocene Transition
Wing-Le Chan MIROC4m experiments using state-of-the art boundary conditions for the Late Pliocene and for the pre-PETM to Early Eocene
Xiangyu Li Understanding the enhanced aridity in Eocene Asian inland: the roles of global cooling and early Tibetan Plateau uplift
Qiong Zhang Quantifying albedo and insulation effects of Arctic sea ice in the Pliocene simulation
Ran Feng Solving the enigma of Arctic amplification during the Mid-Piacenzian Warm Period using the new Community Earth System Model
Deepak Chandan Impacts of boundary conditions on the simulated mid-Pliocene climate assessed using the full suite of PlioMIP2 experiments performed with the CCSM4 model
Ilana Wainer Pliocene Climate Modes of Variability Part I: Tropical modes based on SST
Rhian L. Rees-Owen Tracing changes in Neogene Antarctic hydrology using a data-model approach
Gilles Ramstein From PLIOMIP to PMIP-"Quaternary" climate: a coupled climate /ice sheet simulation of the Pliocene-Pleistocene transition.
Alan Haywood Modelled ocean changes at the Plio-Pleistocene transition driven by Antarctic ice advance
HadCM3 PlioMIP Phase 2 Contribution: Enhanced Boundary Condition Core Experiments.
14:30-16:00 Warm climate posters (Include all the above presented in talks)
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-18:00 Warm climate break group discussions
Day 2: Tue, 26 Sep, Glacial climate session
Chairs: Masa Kageyama, Ayako Abe-Ouchi, Ruza Ivanovic
09:00-09:20 Zhengyu Liu
AMOC response to climate forcing: Past, Present and Future.
Speed talks
Florian A. Ziemen Two-stage climate response to Heinrich events
Tianyi Sun Tropical hydroclimate change during Heinrich Stadial 1 – A proxy-model synthesis
Chuncheng Guo Simulating the climate of Marine Isotope Stage 3
Lauren J. Gregoire Holocene lowering of the Laurentide Ice Sheet weakens North Atlantic gyre circulation and affects climate
Searching for the deglaciation: sampling spatio-temporal climate uncertainty for simulating ice sheet evolution
Akitomo Yamamoto Preliminary results of the changes in ocean circulation and ocean carbon cycle during Heinrich event
Sam Sherriff-Tadano Impact of glacial ice sheets on the duration of the stadials: Role of surface wind and surface cooling
Takashi Obase Simulated abrupt recovery of overturning circulation during Bølling-Allerød using MIROC AOGCM
Rhian L. Rees-Owen Modelling nutrients and marine radiocarbon through the last deglaciation
Uwe Mikolajewicz The Last Termination simulated with a complex ESM with interactive northern northern ice sheets
Ilkka Matero Role of dynamical ice loss during the demise of the early-Holocene Laurentide ice sheet
The 8.2 ka cooling event caused by Laurentide ice saddle collapse
A. Quiquet The importance of the ice sheet feedbacks over the last deglaciation
Virna Meccia Ocean modelling with varying topographic boundaries
Esther Brady Simulating the Last Deglaciation with the isotope-enabled CESM
Gerrit Lohmann Transient simulations of the last deglaciation in the framework of the PalMod project as contributions to PMIP4
Anna Matulka Changing topography and land-sea mask in transient simulations of the last deglaciation using CESM
Ruza Ivanovic Collapse of the North American ice saddle 14,500 years ago caused widespread cooling and reduced ocean overturning circulation
Transient climate simulations of the deglaciation 21-9 thousand years before present (version 1): PMIP4 Core experiment design and boundary conditions
Frederik Schenk Cold ocean, warm summers? The role of atmospheric blocking
James Annan Reanalysing the deglaciation with models and data
Nadine Quintana Krupinski Marine environmental changes in front of the Scandinavian Ice Sheet during the last deglaciation
10:20-10:30 Xu Zhang Millennial-scale climate variability, scientific objectives and experimental design for PMIP4 simulations of abrupt glacial climate changes
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:20 Heiko Goelzer
The Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Project for CMIP6 (ISMIP6) and collaboration with PMIP
Speed talks
Marie-Luise Kapsch Modeling the last deglaciation with an ice sheet – solid earth model system
Marcus Lofverstrom A transient fully coupled climate-ice-sheet simulation of the last glacial inception
Feng Shi Impacts of polar ice sheets on the East Asian monsoon during the MIS-13 interglacial
Kanon Kino Seasonal and latitudinal climate response to individual orbital parameters with MIROC-GCM
Alice Marzocchi Connecting Antarctic sea ice to deep ocean circulation in modern and glacial climate simulations
Juan M. Lora North Pacific atmospheric rivers at the Last Glacial Maximum
Rumi Ohgaito The effect of glaciogenic dust on LGM climate
Evan J. Gowan Paleo-ice sheet reconstructions constrained by GIA and geological data for use in climate models
Irina Rogozhina Heavy impacts of climate model resolution on the simulated ice sheets at the Last Glacial Maximum
Marlene Klockmann Compensating effects of greenhouse gas concentrations and ice sheets on the AMOC during the Last Glacial Maximum in a coupled climate model
Pedro DiNezio Key mechanisms for simulating glacial changes in warm pool climate: implications for the future
Xu Zhang Role of Ice Sheet uncertainty on the PMIP4 Last Glacial Maximum simulations
Pepijn Bakker Sensitivity of the LGM climate to the uncertainty in PMIP4 ice sheet boundary conditions
Ayako Abe-Ouchi Glacial Atlantic Overturning in CMIP/PMIP models controlled by the Southern and Northern high latitude changes
Matthias Prange British-Irish Ice Sheet during the LGM consistent with weakened North Atlantic heat transport
The Indian Ocean Walker circulation at the Last Glacial Maximum (revisited): Old models versus new data
A.Kislov The Caspian Sea during Pre- and Post-LGM as natural lab for investigation of climate changes
Tim Brücher Glacial-Interglacial Fire variability in Southern Africa
Malin Ödalen The influence of the ocean circulation state on ocean carbon storage and CO2 drawdown potential in an Earth system model
Masa Kageyama The Last Glacial Maximum tropical oceans: impacts of paleoclimatic indicators’ habitat on the recorded temperature change, potential benefits of taking this habitat into account
12:20-12:30 Discussion Uncertainty in forcings
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-16:00 Poster session (Include all the above presented in talks)
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:00-17:30 Parallel Discussions: (1) AMOC-freshwater forcing, (2) Ice-sheets (warm & cold climates), (3) Data base
Day 3: Wed, 27 Sep, Benchmarking, Data syntheses, Isotope modelling, COMPARE
Chairs: Sandy P. Harrison, Allegra N. LeGrande, André Paul
10 minutes talk
Basil Davis The HORNET Project: A gridded seasonal climate reconstruction for the Northern Hemisphere extra-tropics over the last 12,000 years based on pollen-data
Laia Comas Bru Global patterns of δ18O and δ13C for the LGM, MH and LM from speleothem records in the SISAL database
Zicheng Yu Peat Carbon Sequestration Histories as Constraints on the Past Global Carbon Cycle
Gijs De Cort Updating the Global Lake Status Data Base: overview and first regional results
Marie-Jose Gaillard Holocene pollen-based land-cover reconstructions for climate model bench-marking
Beni Stocker Evaluating revised past land use change scenarios within global carbon cycle constraints - a roadmap for including PAGES Landcover6K products for model-intercomparison
Fabrice Lambert Holocene and LGM 3-d atmospheric dust concentration fields combining observational and model data
Aradhna Tripati Insights into regional patterns of climate change in the past from the comparison of clumped isotope thermometry with model simulations
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
15 minutes talk
Martin Werner Exploiting water isotopes for an improved modelling of past climate changes
Jesse Nusbaumer The relationship between water isotope ratios and moisture source in GISS and iCESM model simulations
Samantha Stevenson * Tropical Pacific Variability in the Isotope-Enabled CESM
Kaustubh Thirumalai * Model and proxy evidence for consistent link between Indian Ocean climate variability and zonal SST gradient
Speed talks
Zhengyu Liu Understanding the temporal slope of the temperature-waterisotope relation: The slope equation
Allegra N. LeGrande Water Source and Isotope changes through the Deglaciation and Holocene
Louise Sime Abrupt Dansgaard-Oeschger warming events in Greenland: d18O model-data comparison
Max Holloway Modelling isotope-temperature relationships over the last deglaciation
Bronwen Konecky Iso2k: A global synthesis of Common Era hydroclimate using water isotope proxies from multiple archives
Kira Rehfeld Is a cold planet Earth's climate more sensitive to volcanic forcing than a warm one?
Anne Mouchet How well do benthic-planktonic radiocarbon ages approximate ocean ventilation?
Helena L. Filipsson A spatial and temporal distribution study of δ13Cdic and δ18Ow in the baltic sea – skagerrak region
André Paul Evaluating the ocean circulation during the LGM using marine paleo-data
Xu Zhang A model-data comparison of sea surface temperature changes during the Last Glacial Maximum
Jennifer Dentith The radiocarbon fingerprint of different Meridional Overturning Circulations
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Speed talks
Samuel Albani Comparing paleodust observations and models
Furong Li Pollen-based land-cover change during the Holocene in temperate China for climate modelling
Anna-Kari Trondman Pollen-based vegetation-cover change in space and time over the Holocene in Europe for climate model bench-marking
Sandy P. Harrison Using palaeodata to quantify the biomass burning contribution to climate-carbon cycle feedback
Benjamin Stocker Holocene peatland and ice-core data constraints on the timing and magnitude of CO2 emissions from past land use
Carrie Morrill Quantitative model-data comparisons of lake level change in western North America during the Last Glacial Maximum
Bryan Shuman Benchmark patterns of hydroclimate change in North America since the LGM indicated by an updated lake level database
Matthieu Carré Seasonality and interannual variability in the tropics: A synthesis of Holocene coral and mollusk records
Andrew Schurer Particle filter simulations: the transition into the Anthropocene
Stephan Woodborne Comparing a high spatial/temporal resolution rainfall proxy dataset from southern Africa with a last millennium simulation
Jean-Yves Peterschmitt Latest news about the PMIP4 Database
14:05-15:30 Poster sessions on Benchmarking, COMPARE, Isotope (Include all the above presented in talks)
15:30-16:00 Discussions Model-data comparison
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-16:50 Kevin Anchukaitis
Patterns of forced changes in spatiotemporal climate reconstructions of the Common Era
16:50-17:10 Kim Cobb
Coral constraints on late Holocene tropical Pacific climate
17:10-17:30 Eelco Rohling
Palaeoclimate sensitivity, state dependence, and how well do we understand albedo changes through deglaciations

* Samantha Stevenson and Kaustubh Thirumalai also present their posters in Paleovar session on Thursday.

Day 4: Thu, 28 Sep, Last millennium/Past2K, Paleovar, Data assimilation, Past to future
Chairs: Johann Jungclaus, Chris Brierley, Julia Hargreaves
10 minutes talks
Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist Summer temperature and drought co-variability across Europe since 850 CE
Guangqi Li Tree growth and climate: an analysis of current assumptions and the advantages of forward modelling as an alternative approach for data-model comparison
Speed talks
Kamolphat Atsawawaranunt Simulated changes in gross primary productivity during the Last Millennium: a new approach to evaluating PMIP simulations
Alexander Koch Quantifying the effects of Neotropical land use change on global carbon cycle and climate after 1492 in an Earth System Model
Hans Linderholm The PAGES 2k Network, Phase 3: Introduction, Goals and Call for Participation
Johann Jungclaus Simulations over the Common Era and integrated analyses of reconstructions and multi-model simulations
Planetary waves modulate summer climate variability over Europe during the Common Era
Eduardo Moreno-Chamarro Winter amplification of the European Little Ice Age cooling by the subpolar gyre
Wenmin Man The Global Monsoon Response to Volcanic Eruptions in the CMIP5 Past1000 Simulations
Fei Liu Different global precipitation responses to solar, volcanic and greenhouse gas forcing
Feng Shi Multi-proxy reconstructions of May–September precipitation field in China over the past 500 years
Chi-Ju Wu Solar Irradiance in the Holocene: A Consistent Multi-proxy Reconstruction
Fernanda Marcello de Oliveira Changes in the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre during the Last Millennium
Laura Sobral Verona Impact of Last Millennium Volcanism for the South Atlantic Ocean
Charan Teja Tejavath Understanding ENSO ISM teleconnectins during LM with Emphasis on MWP and LIA, a PMIP3 Approach
Eduardo Zorita Atmospheric dynamics leading to decadal droughts in the Mediterranean region
Jingyun Zheng Spatial patterns of drought/flood over eastern China in the periods of anomalous solar activity during the past millennium
Myriam Khodri The Model Intercomparison Project on the climatic response to volcanic forcing (VolMIP)
Matthew Toohey Improved volcanic forcing in PMIP4 and beyond
Igor Stivanelli Custódio South American Monsoon System over the Last Millennium: Climate Simulations of PMIP3.
Francisco José Cuesta Valero Long-Term Surface Temperature (LoST) Database as a Complement for GCM Control Simulations
J. F. González-Rouco Impact of land model depth on long term climate variability and change.
camilo melo aguilar Last millennium atmosphere and soil temperature coupling in surrogate climates: Implication for borehole temperature reconstruction technique.
Andrew Schurer Last Millennium Simulations using UK Met Office models: PMIP3 simulations and plans for PMIP4
Jesper Sjolte The role of solar and volcanic forcing in North Atlantic climate over the past 800 years
De Cort, Gijs A 1,300-year moisture-balance reconstruction from the dry eastern rift valley of East Africa: the sediment record of hypersaline Lake Bogoria
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:15 Chris Brierley, 4mn Introduction to Paleovar
Zhengyao Lu, 10mn Orbital modulation of ENSO seasonal phase locking
Speed talks
Chris Brierley Comparing simulations of last millennium AMOC with reconstructions
Binod Dawadi Pre-monsoon precipitation inferred from Himalayan Birch from the Central Himalaya
11:25-11:40 Diane Marie Thompson Introduction data assimilation, 4mn
Proxy system modeling and data assimilation in paleoclimatology
speed tolks
Javier García-Pintado Experiments for ensemble-based joint state-parameter estimation in past climate reconstructions
François Klein Assessing reconstructions of temperature changes over the past millennium in Antarctica using pseudo-proxy experiments and data assimilation
Reconstructing the East African rainfall and Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures over the last centuries using data assimilation
Raj Rani Proxy data “Pollen” assimilation to reconstruct climate for Holocene (10kyr BP) in the Euro-Mediterranean region
Sophie Stolzenberger Spatial paleoclimate reconstructions using model simulations and proxy data
Peter Hopcroft Improving coupled vegetation dynamics in an Earth System model with palaeo-environment evaluation
Patrick J. Bartlein The calendar effect in PMIP4 time-slice and transient simulations: overall impact and strategies for data analysis
Kenji Izumi large-scale Climate And VegetatIon Changes OveR the last Deglaciation (CLAVICHORD)
12:00-12:20 Julia Hargreaves, 4mn Past2Future introduction
Masakazu Yoshimori and Ryouta O'ishi, 15mn A comparison of the Arctic warming mechanism between the mid-Holocene and the future / The role of vegetation change upon polar amplification in warm climate by feedback analysis
speed talks
Yong Sun East Asian summer monsoon dynamics in the past and future warmer climates: mid-Pliocene and RCP4.5 scenario comparison perspective
R. D'Agostino PaCMEDy - Palaeoclimate Constraints on Monsoon Evolution and Dynamics
Pascale Braconnot Process oriented analyses to better infer precipitation changes in West Africa
Julia Hargreaves WCRP Assessment on Climate Sensitivity - the paleo angle
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 Poster session (Include all the above presented in talks)
15:00-16:00 Discussion boundary conditions
16:00-16:30 Coffee break
16:30-18:00 Free time
18:00-22:00 Nobel Museum tour and conference dinner
Day 5: Fri, 29 Sep
Chair: Pascale Braconnot
09:00-09:30 Valérie Masson-Delmotte Paleoclimate and IPCC AR6
09:30-10:00 Discussion IPCC AR6
10:00-10:30 Feedback from ECS and/or WG
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:00 Feedback from ECS and/or WG
12:00-12:30 Final discussion on future steps
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-16:00 WG/SSC meetings