Further Reading

BlunierT and Brook EJ (2001) Timing of millennial-scale climate change In Antarctica and Greenland during the last glacial period. Science 291: 109-112.

Clark PU, Pisias NG, Stocker TF, and Weaver AJ (2002) The role of the thermohaline circulation in abrupt climate change. Nature 415:863-869.

Houghton JT (ed.) (2001) Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Köhler P, Joss F, Gerber S, and Knutti R (2005) Simulated changes in vegetation distribution, land carbon storage, and atmospheric CO2 in response to a collapse of the North Atlantic thermohaline circulation. Climate Dynamics 25: 689-708.

Legates DR and Willmott CJ (1990) Mean seasonal and spatial variability in global surface air temperature. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 41: 11-21.

Rahmstorf S (2002) Ocean circulation and climate during the past 120 000 years. Nature 419: 207-214.

Rahmstorf S and Ganopolski A (1999) Long-term global warming scenarios computed with an efficient coupled climate model. Climatic Change 43: 353-367.

Schmittner A (2005) Decline of the marine ecosystem caused by a reduction in the Atlantic overturning circulation Nature 434: 628-633.

Watts WA, Allen JRM, and Huntley B (1996) Vegetation history and palaeoclimate of the last glacial period at Lago grande di Monticchio, southern Italy. Quaternary Science Reviews 15: 133-153.

Welinga M and Wood RA (2002) Global climatic impact of a collapse of the Atlantic thermohaline circulation. Climatic Change 54: 251-267.

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