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ESD Ideas: The Peclet number is a centerstone of the orbital and millennial Pleistocene variability

Mikhail Y. Verbitsky1,2 and Michel Crucifix2 Mikhail Y. Verbitsky and Michel Crucifix
  • 1Gen5 Group, LLC, Newton, MA, USA
  • 2UCLouvain, Earth and Life Institute, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

Abstract. We demonstrate here that a single physical phenomenon, specifically, a naturally changing balance between intensities of temperature advection and diffusion in the viscous ice media, may influence the entire spectrum of the Pleistocene variability from orbital to millennial time-scales.

Mikhail Y. Verbitsky and Michel Crucifix

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We demonstrate here that a single physical phenomenon, specifically, a naturally changing balance between intensities of temperature advection and diffusion in the viscous ice media, may influence the entire spectrum of the Pleistocene variability from orbital to millennial time-scales.
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