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 | **journal**:​ | [[http://​www.springerlink.com/​content/​0930-7575/​|Climate Dynamics]] | | **journal**:​ | [[http://​www.springerlink.com/​content/​0930-7575/​|Climate Dynamics]] |
  
-Linear response functions separately estimate the sea-level contributions of thermal expansion and solid ice discharge from Greenland and Antarctica. ​ This formalism introduces a time-dependence which allows for future rates of sea-level rise to be influenced by past climate variations. ​ The linear response function for the solid ice discharge is computed with the Potsdam Parallel Ice Sheet Model PISM-PIK (Winkelmann et al. 2011) under surface warming scenarios. ​ Different from earlier studies we conclude that solid ice discharge from Greenland due to dynamic thinning is bounded by 0.42 m sea-level equivalent. ​ Ice discharge induced by surface warming on Antarctica is best captured by a model which+Linear response functions ​can separately estimate the sea-level contributions of thermal expansion and solid ice discharge from Greenland and Antarctica. ​ This formalism introduces a time-dependence which allows for future rates of sea-level rise to be influenced by past climate variations. ​ The linear response function for the solid ice discharge is computed with the Potsdam Parallel Ice Sheet Model PISM-PIK (Winkelmann et al. 2011) under surface warming scenarios. ​ Different from earlier studies we conclude that solid ice discharge from Greenland due to dynamic thinning is bounded by 0.42 m sea-level equivalent. ​ Ice discharge induced by surface warming on Antarctica is best captured by a model which
 reflects the fact that ice loss increases with the cumulative amount of heat available for softening the ice in our model. reflects the fact that ice loss increases with the cumulative amount of heat available for softening the ice in our model.
  
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