Journal article

Back to the Future: Using Long-Term Observational and Paleo-Proxy Reconstructions to Improve Model Projections of Antarctic Climate

Thomas J Bracegirdle, Florence Colleoni, Nerilie J Abram, Nancy AN Bertler, Daniel A Dixon, Mark England, Vincent Favier, Chris J Fogwill, John C Fyfe, Ian Goodwin, Hugues Goosse, Will Hobbs, Julie M Jones, Elizabeth D Keller, Alia L Khan, Steven J Phipps, Marilyn N Raphael, Joellen Russell, Louise Sime, Elizabeth R Thomas Show all

Geosciences | MDPI | Published : 2019

Grants

Awarded by Australian Research Council through a Future Fellowship


Awarded by Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes


Awarded by Australian Research Council's Special Research Initiative for the Antarctic Gateway Partnership


Awarded by Leverhulme Trust


Awarded by PNRA national Italian projects


Awarded by NERC


Awarded by FAPESP


Awarded by Coordenacao de Aperfeicoamento de Pessoal de Nivel Superior - Brasil (CAPES)


Awarded by CNPq


Awarded by CNPq INCT Criosfera


Funding Acknowledgements

The Antarctic Climate Change in the 21st Century (AntClim21) Scientific Research Programme of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research are thanked for supporting the international scientific workshop at which the writing of this manuscript was initiated. This is a contribution to the PAGES 2k Network (through the CLIVASH 2k project). NJA acknowledges support by the Australian Research Council through a Future Fellowship (FT160100029) and the Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes (CE170100023). SJP was supported under the Australian Research Council's Special Research Initiative for the Antarctic Gateway Partnership (Project ID SR140300001). JMJ acknowledges support from the Leverhulme Trust through a Research Fellowship (RF-2018-183). FC acknowledges support from the PNRA national Italian projects PNRA16_00016, "WHISPERS" and project PNRA_00002, "ANTIPODE". TJB, LS, and ERT were supported by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) as part of the British Antarctic Survey Polar Science for Planet Earth Programme. TJB additionally acknowledges support for this work as a contribution to the NERC grant NE/N01829X/1. IW thanks FAPESP 2015/50686-1, Coordenacao de Aperfeicoamento de Pessoal de Nivel Superior - Brasil (CAPES) Finance Code 001 and CNPq 300970/2018-8, CNPq INCT Criosfera 704222/2009.