Paper of Cleator and Roulstone on data assimilation and paleoclimate published in JAMES

The paper “A method for generating coherent spatially explicit maps of seasonal paleoclimates from site-based reconstructions“, co-authored by Sean Cleator, Sandy Harrison (Reading University), Nancy Nichols (Reading University), Iain Prentice (Imperial College London), and Ian Roulstone, has been published in the Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. The paper employs a 3-D-variational technique, site-based estimates, a model prior, data assimilation, and statistical analysis to reconstruct seasonal paleoclimates. A link to the published (open access) version is here. The header of the paper is shown below.