Climate and ocean circulation in the aftermath of a Marinoan snowball Earth

When a snowball Earth deglaciates through a very high atmospheric CO2 concentration, the resulting inflow of freshwater leads to a stably stratified ocean, and the strong greenhouse conditions drive the climate into a very warm state. Here, we use a coupled atmosphere-ocean general circulation model...

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Main Authors: Marotzke, J. (Author), Ramme, L. (Author)
Format: Article
Published: Copernicus GmbH 2022
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