Reconciling the climate and ozone response to the 1257 CE Mount Samalas eruption.

David C Wade, Celine Vidal, Luke Abraham, Sandip Dhomse, Paul Griffiths, James Keeble, Graham Mann, Lauren Marshall, Anja Schmidt & Alexander Archibald
The Mount Samalas eruption in 1257, one of the largest ex- plosive volcanic eruptions in the Common Era, has proven a complex case for climate models – which have generally overestimated the climate response compared with proxy data. Here we perform the first Earth system model simulations of the impacts of the Mount Samalas eruption using a range of SO2 and halogen emission scenarios. Reported halogen emis- sions are considerable from the eruption but using...
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