Arne Winguth
Arne Winguth
Associate Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Texas Arlington
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What caused the glacial/interglacial atmospheric pCO2 cycles?
D Archer, A Winguth, D Lea, N Mahowald
Reviews of Geophysics 38 (2), 159-189, 2000
Assessing the uncertainties of model estimates of primary productivity in the tropical Pacific Ocean
MAM Friedrichs, ME Carr, RT Barber, M Scardi, D Antoine, RA Armstrong, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 76 (1-2), 113-133, 2009
A model–data comparison for a multi-model ensemble of early Eocene atmosphere–ocean simulations: EoMIP
DJ Lunt, T Dunkley Jones, M Heinemann, M Huber, A LeGrande, ...
Climate of the Past 8 (5), 1717-1736, 2012
Future ocean uptake of CO2: interaction between ocean circulation and biology
E Maier-Reimer, U Mikolajewicz, A Winguth
Climate Dynamics 12 (10), 711-722, 1996
Global distribution of the 230Th flux to ocean sediments constrained by GCM modelling
GM Henderson, C Heinze, RF Anderson, AME Winguth
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 46 (11), 1861-1893, 1999
A global oceanic sediment model for long‐term climate studies
C Heinze, E Maier‐Reimer, AME Winguth, D Archer
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 13 (1), 221-250, 1999
Atmospheric pCO2 sensitivity to the biological pump in the ocean
DE Archer, G Eshel, A Winguth, W Broecker, R Pierrehumbert, M Tobis, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14 (4), 1219-1230, 2000
Atmospheric pCO2 sensitivity to the biological pump in the ocean
DE Archer, G Eshel, A Winguth, W Broecker, R Pierrehumbert, M Tobis, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14 (4), 1219-1230, 2000
Sea‐to‐air CO2 flux from 1948 to 2003: A model study
P Wetzel, A Winguth, E Maier‐Reimer
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19 (2), 2005
Long-term effects of anthropogenic CO 2 emissions simulated with a complex earth system model
U Mikolajewicz, M Gröger, E Maier-Reimer, G Schurgers, M Vizcaíno, ...
Climate Dynamics 28 (6), 599-633, 2007
Climate response at the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum to greenhouse gas forcing—A model study with CCSM3
A Winguth, C Shellito, C Shields, C Winguth
Journal of Climate 23 (10), 2562-2584, 2010
Long-term ice sheet–climate interactions under anthropogenic greenhouse forcing simulated with a complex Earth System Model
M Vizcaíno, U Mikolajewicz, M Gröger, E Maier-Reimer, G Schurgers, ...
Climate dynamics 31 (6), 665-690, 2008
El Niño‐Southern Oscillation related fluctuations of the marine carbon cycle
AME Winguth, M Heinmann, KD Kurz, E Maier‐Reimer, U Mikolajewicz, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 8 (1), 39-63, 1994
Simulating Permian–Triassic oceanic anoxia distribution: Implications for species extinction and recovery
C Winguth, AME Winguth
Geology 40 (2), 127-130, 2012
Global decline in ocean ventilation, oxygenation, and productivity during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: Implications for the benthic extinction
AME Winguth, E Thomas, C Winguth
Geology 40 (3), 263-266, 2012
Sensitivity of paleonutrient tracer distributions and deep‐sea circulation to glacial boundary conditions
AME Winguth, D Archer, JC Duplessy, E Maier‐Reimer, U Mikolajewicz
Paleoceanography 14 (3), 304-323, 1999
Simulated warm polar currents during the middle Permian
AME Winguth, C Heinze, JE Kutzbach, E Maier‐Reimer, U Mikolajewicz, ...
Paleoceanography 17 (4), 9-1-9-18, 2002
Assimilation of seasonal chlorophyll and nutrient data into an adjoint three‐dimensional ocean carbon cycle model: Sensitivity analysis and ecosystem parameter optimization
JF Tjiputra, D Polzin, AME Winguth
Global biogeochemical cycles 21 (1), 2007
Causes of the marine productivity and oxygen changes associated with the Permian–Triassic boundary: a reevaluation with ocean general circulation models
AME Winguth, E Maier-Reimer
Marine Geology 217 (3-4), 283-304, 2005
Age and pattern of the southern high-latitude continental end-Permian extinction constrained by multiproxy analysis
CR Fielding, TD Frank, S McLoughlin, V Vajda, C Mays, AP Tevyaw, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-12, 2019
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