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Southern Hemisphere westerly wind changes during the Last Glacial Maximum: paleo-data synthesis
KE Kohfeld, RM Graham, AM De Boer, LC Sime, EW Wolff, C Le Quéré, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 68, 76-95, 2013
2582013
Southern Hemisphere westerly wind changes during the Last Glacial Maximum: model-data comparison
LC Sime, KE Kohfeld, C Le Quéré, EW Wolff, AM de Boer, RM Graham, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 64, 104-120, 2013
1212013
Southern Ocean fronts: Controlled by wind or topography?
RM Graham, AM De Boer, KJ Heywood, MR Chapman, DP Stevens
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117 (C8), 2012
1062012
The Bering Strait's grip on the northern hemisphere climate
AM De Boer, D Nof
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 51 (10), 1347-1366, 2004
832004
Post-glacial flooding of the Bering Land Bridge dated to 11 cal ka BP based on new geophysical and sediment records
M Jakobsson, C Pearce, TM Cronin, J Backman, LG Anderson, ...
Climate of the Past 13 (8), 991-1005, 2017
792017
Effect of global ocean temperature change on deep ocean ventilation
AM De Boer, DM Sigman, JR Toggweiler, JL Russell
Paleoceanography 22 (2), 2007
782007
Atlantic dominance of the meridional overturning circulation
AM De Boer, JR Toggweiler, DM Sigman
Journal of Physical Oceanography 38 (2), 435-450, 2008
702008
The dynamical subtropical front
RM Graham, AM De Boer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 118 (10), 5676-5685, 2013
692013
The exhaust valve of the North Atlantic
AM De Boer, D Nof
Journal of climate 17 (3), 417-422, 2004
692004
Meridional density gradients do not control the Atlantic overturning circulation
AM De Boer, A Gnanadesikan, NR Edwards, AJ Watson
Journal of Physical Oceanography 40 (2), 368-380, 2010
652010
The Miocene: The future of the past
M Steinthorsdottir, HK Coxall, AM De Boer, M Huber, N Barbolini, ...
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 36 (4), e2020PA004037, 2021
642021
The control of the Southern Hemisphere Westerlies on the position of the Subtropical Front
AM De Boer, RM Graham, MD Thomas, KE Kohfeld
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 118 (10), 5669-5675, 2013
572013
Atlantic-Pacific asymmetry in deep water formation
D Ferreira, P Cessi, HK Coxall, A De Boer, HA Dijkstra, SS Drijfhout, ...
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 46, 327-352, 2018
562018
Export of nutrient rich Northern Component Water preceded early Oligocene Antarctic glaciation
HK Coxall, CE Huck, M Huber, CH Lear, A Legarda-Lisarri, M O’regan, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (3), 190-196, 2018
532018
Inferring source regions and supply mechanisms of iron in the Southern Ocean from satellite chlorophyll data
RM Graham, AM De Boer, E van Sebille, KE Kohfeld, C Schlosser
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 104, 9-25, 2015
512015
The Eocene–Oligocene transition: a review of marine and terrestrial proxy data, models and model–data comparisons
DK Hutchinson, HK Coxall, DJ Lunt, M Steinthorsdottir, AM De Boer, ...
Climate of the Past 17 (1), 269-315, 2021
432021
Global mean surface temperature and climate sensitivity of the early Eocene Climatic Optimum (EECO), Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), and latest Paleocene
GN Inglis, F Bragg, NJ Burls, MJ Cramwinckel, D Evans, GL Foster, ...
Climate of the Past 16 (5), 1953-1968, 2020
40*2020
Antarctic stratification, atmospheric water vapor, and Heinrich events: a hypothesis for late Pleistocene deglaciations
DM Sigman, AM De Boer, GH Haug
GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH-AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION 173, 335, 2007
402007
Climate sensitivity and meridional overturning circulation in the late Eocene using GFDL CM2. 1
DK Hutchinson, AM de Boer, HK Coxall, R Caballero, J Nilsson, ...
Climate of the Past 14 (6), 789-810, 2018
39*2018
DeepMIP: Model intercomparison of early Eocene climatic optimum (EECO) large-scale climate features and comparison with proxy data
DJ Lunt, F Bragg, WL Chan, DK Hutchinson, JB Ladant, P Morozova, ...
Climate of the Past 17 (1), 203-227, 2021
382021
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