Rubén Banderas

Research interests

I am a PhD student at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. My research is focused on understanding glacial abrupt climate variability and its effects on the different components of the climate system.

 

 

 

 

 

Publications

Peer-reviewed journal publications

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. and Montoya, M.: Role of CO2 and Southern Ocean winds in glacial abrupt climate change, Climate of the Past, 8(3), 1011–1021, doi:10.5194/cp-8-1011-2012, 2012.

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J., Robinson, A. and Montoya, M.: An interhemispheric mechanism for glacial abrupt climate change, Climate Dynamics,  doi: 10.1007/s00382-014-2211-8, 2014.

Oral presentations

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. and Montoya, M.: Role of CO2 and Southern Ocean winds in glacial abrupt climate change, in 8th International Conference of the AEC, AEC, Salamanca, Spain, 2012.

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. and Montoya, M.: The role of Southern Ocean winds, upwelling and CO2 in glacial abrupt climate change, in INQUA meeting 2011, INQUA, Bern, Switzerland., 2011.

Poster presentations

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. and Montoya, M.: Millennial-scale climatic oscillations induced by internal forcings, in Climate change in high latitudes (Bjerknes Centre 10-years anniversary conference), BCCR, Bergen, Norway, 2012.

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. and Montoya, M.: Glacial abrupt climate change as a result of internal oscillations, in EGU meeting 2012, EGU, Vienna, Austria, 2012.

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. and Montoya, M.: The role of Southern Ocean winds and CO2 in glacial abrupt climate change, in AGU meeting 2011, AGU, San Francisco, California., 2011.

Banderas, R., Álvarez-Solas, J. and Montoya, M.: Bipolar seesaw control of glacial atlantic overturning, in EGU meeting 2011, EGU, Vienna, Austria, 2011.

Banderas, R. and Montoya, M.: The role of Southern Ocean winds, upwelling and CO2 in glacial abrupt climate change, in EGU meeting 2010, EGU, Vienna, Austria, 2010.

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