Some of those who read my blog asked for details on the different publications, which I had mentioned in my previous blog. Here they are with full title and DOI number:
Chabangborn, A. & Wohlfarth, B., 2014. Climate over mainland Southeast Asia 15–5 ka BP. Journal of Quaternary Science, 29, 445–454. DOI: 10.1002/jqs.2715. View abstract
Ampel, L., Kylander, M., Steinthorsdottir, M. & Wohlfarth, B., 2014. Abrupt climate change and early lake development – the Late Glacial diatom flora at Hässeldala Port southeastern Sweden. Boreas. DOI:10.1111/bor.12081. View abstract
Dutton, A., Webster, J. M., Zwarts, D., Lambeck, K. & Wohlfarth, B., 2015. Tropical tales of polar ice: Evidence of last interglacial polar ice sheet retreat recorded by fossil reefs of the granitic Seychelles islands. Quaternary Science Reviews, 107, 182–196. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2014.10.025. View abstract and highlights
Steinthorsdottir, M., de Boer, A., Oliver, K. I. C., Muschitiello, F., Blaauw, M., Reimer, P. J. & Wohlfarth, B., 2014. Synchronous records of pCO2 and D14C suggest rapid, ocean-driven pCO2 fluctuations at the onset of Younger Dryas. Quaternary Science Reviews, 99, 84–96. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2014.06.021. View abstract
This stomata-based carbon dioxide reconstruction, which showed a significant peak in carbon dioxide before the onset of the Younger Dryas, received pretty much attention, including a several page long comment by Köhler et al. in Quaternary Science Reviews, 107, 267-270. Our answer to Köhler et al. will probably not be the end of the discussion!