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Dr. Thatcher leads new paper on hydroclimate in Portugal during last millennium

Congratulations to Diana on her new paper published in Climate Dynamics!   Thatcher, D.L., Wanamaker, A.D., Denniston, R.F., Ummenhofer, C.C., Asmerom, Y., Polyak, V., #Cresswell-Clay, N., Hasiuk, F., Haws, J., and Gillikin, D.P., (2022) Iberian hydroclimate variability and the Azores High during the last 1200 years: Evidence from proxy records and climate model simulations, Climate Dynamics, … Continue reading Dr. Thatcher leads new paper on hydroclimate in Portugal during last millennium

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Current and former SIPERG members contribute to a discussion on recent changes to the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC)

Led by Dr. Hali Kilbourne, an international team of researchers, including Dr. Wanamaker, Dr. Mette, and Dr. Whitney, wrote a comment article in Nature Geoscience on the results described by Caesar et al. (2021; Current Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation weakest in last millennium). Our article along with their response is noted below. Kilbourne et al. … Continue reading Current and former SIPERG members contribute to a discussion on recent changes to the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC)

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SIPERG heads to Schiller Coastal Studies Center to set up Gulf of Maine tank experiment

Our latest project is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Marine Geology and Geophysics, and is titled “Collaborative Research: Using multi-proxy paleo data to constrain natural and anthropogenic hydrographic variability in the Gulf of Maine System over the last 250 years”. Al Wanamaker is the Principal Investigator and Co-Principal Investigators on this project include: … Continue reading SIPERG heads to Schiller Coastal Studies Center to set up Gulf of Maine tank experiment

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New lab group paper

Very exited to share some new research results. This was years in the making and was a real group effort. A 250‐Year, Decadally Resolved, Radiocarbon Time History in the Gulf of Maine Reveals a Hydrographic Regime Shift at the End of the Little Ice Age https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2020JC016579   Radiocarbon measured in absolutely dated Arctica islandica shells … Continue reading New lab group paper