Getting into the right session at EGU is partly a matter of luck. This year I was in session CL2.2 “Paleoclimates from the Cretaceous to the Holocene: learning from numerical experiments and model-data comparisons” and was lucky to follow two presentations that showed the difficulty of getting model results that correspond with the MARGO Last Glacial Maximum compilation. I hope that my presentation re-evaluating the MARGO compilation provides some answers to their problems.
My presentation generated some interesting discussion, some in the session, more afterwards. Some of the questions I couldn’t give very satisfactory answers to, so I am going to run some more analyses and probably post the results here.
Telford, Richard (2014): Re-evaluating tropical LGM planktonic foraminifera assemblage-based sea-surface temperature reconstructions. figshare.