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 +| **[[http://​www.the-cryosphere.net/​10/​639/​2016/​|Numerical simulations of the Cordilleran ice sheet through the last
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 +| **investigators**:​ | [[http://​www.vaw.ethz.ch/​people/​gz/​juliens|J. Seguinot]], I. Rogozhina, A.P. Stroeven, M. Margold, and J. Kleman|
 +| **journal**:​ | [[http://​www.the-cryosphere.net/​index.html|The Cryosphere]] |
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 +This paper uses PISM, calibrated against field-based evidence, to reconstruct the Cordilleran ice sheet'​s history through the last glacial cycle. ​ Until now, geological studies of this major North American ice sheet have lacked ice-sheet-wide spatial reconstructions.
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 +Simulations are driven by time-dependent temperature offsets from six proxy records located around the globe. ​ Although model response to evolving climate forcing is variable, all simulations produce two major glaciations during marine oxygen isotope stages 4 (62.2–56.9 ka) and 2 (23.2–16.9 ka).  The timing of glaciation is better reproduced using temperature reconstructions from Greenland and Antarctic ice cores than from regional oceanic sediment cores. ​ During most of the cycle the modelled ice cover is discontinuous and restricted to high mountain areas. ​ However, a central ice dome in the Skeena Mountains persists throughout, and it hosts the last remains of Cordilleran ice into the middle Holocene (6.7 ka).
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