Peer-review

Submitted:
  • Siame & Leduc. Mid-Holocene onset of ENSO and neolithic human migrations in the South China Sea

Published/in press:

2017
  • 30. Leduc G., de Garidel-Thoron T., Kaiser J., Bolton C., Contoux C., Databases for sea surface paleotemperature based on geochemical proxiesfrom marine sediments: implications for model-data comparisons. Quaternaire, in press.
  • 29. PAGES2k Consortium, A global multiproxy database for temperature reconstructions of the Common Era. Scientific Data, in press.
  • 28. Krossa V. R., Moros M., Leduc G., Hinz M., Blanz T., Schneider R., Regional climate change and onset of farming in northern Germany and southern Scandinavia. The Holocene, in press.
2016
  • 27. Blard P.-H., Leduc G., Glasser N., Climate Science: the history of Greenland's ice. Nature 540, 202-203, 2016. [pdf]
  • 26. Abram N.J., McGregor H.V., Tierney J.E., Evans M.N., McKay N.P., Kaufman D.S., Thirumalai K., & the PAGES2k Consortium (Martrat B., Goosse H., Phipps S.J., Steig E.J., Kilbourne K.H., Saenger C.P., Zinke J., Leduc G., Addison J.A., Mortyn P.G., Seidenkrantz M.-S. , Sicre M.-A., Kandasamy S., Filipsson H.L., Neukom R., Gergis J.,  Curran M. A. J., and von Gunten L.), Early onset of industrial-era warming across the oceans and continents. Nature 536, 411-418, 2016. [pdf]
  • 25. Jin L., Zhang X., Leduc G., Reply to comment by Rashid et al. on “Asynchronous variation in the East Asian winter monsoon during the Holocene”. J. Geophys. Res. - Atmospheres, 121, 1615-1620, doi:10.1002/2015JD024270, 2016. [pdf]

2015

  • 24. Blanchet C., Contoux C., Leduc G., Runoff and precipitation dynamics in the Blue and White Nile catchments during the mid-Holocene: a data-model comparison. Quaternary Science Reviews, 130, 222-230, 2015. [pdf]
  • 23. Carriquiry J., Sanchez A., Leduc G., Southern Ocean influence on the Eastern Tropical North Pacific's intermediate depth circulation during the last glacial maximum. Paleoceanography, 30, doi:10.1002/2014PA002766, 2015. [pdf]
  • 22. McGregor H., Evans M., Goosse H., Leduc G., Martrat B., Addison J., Mortyn G., Oppo D., Seidenkrantz M.-S., Sicre M.-A., Phipps S., Kandasamy S., Thirumalai K., Filipsson H., Ersek V. Robust global ocean cooling trend for the pre-industrial Common Era. Nature Geoscience 8, 671-677, 2015. [pdf] [Supplement]

2014

  • 21. Hessler I., Harrison S.P., Kucera M., Waelbroeck C., Chen M.-T., Anderson C., de Vernal A., Fréchette B., Cloke-Hayes A., Leduc G., Londeix L. Implication of methodological uncertainties for mid-Holocene sea surface temperature reconstructions. Climate of the past, 10, 2237-2252, 2014. [pdf]
  • 20. Zhang Z., Leduc G., Sachs J. El Niño evolution during the Holocene revealed by a biomarker rain gauge in the Galápagos Islands. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 404, 420-434, 2014. [pdf]
  • 19. Leduc G., Garbe-Schönberg D., Regenberg M., Contoux C., Etourneau J., Schneider R. The Late Pliocene Benguela upwelling status revisited by means of multiple temperature proxies. G-cubed, 15, 475-491, doi:10.1002/2013GC004940, 2014. [pdf]
2013
  • 18. Wang Y.V., Leduc G., Regenberg M., Andersen N., Larsen T., Blanz T., Schneider R.R. Northern and southern hemisphere controls on seasonal sea surface temperatures in the Indian Ocean during the last deglaciation. Paleoceanography, 28, doi:10.1002/palo.20053, 2013. [pdf]
  • 17. Lohmann G., Pfeiffer M., Laepple T., Leduc G., Kim J.-H. A model-data comparison of the Holocene global sea surface temperature evolution. Climate of the past, 9, 1807-1839, 2013. [pdf]
  • 16. Mollier-Vogel E.,Leduc G., Böschen T., Martinez P., Schneider R.R. Rainfall response to orbital and millennial forcing in northern Peru over the last 18 ka. Quaternary Science Reviews, 76, 29-38, 2013. [pdf]
  • 15. Wang Y.V., Larsen T., Leduc G., Andersen N., Blanz T., Schneider R.R. What does leaf wax δD from a mixed C3/C4 vegetation region tell us? Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 111, 128-139, 2013. [pdf].
  • 14. Leduc G., Sachs J.P., Kawka O.E., Schneider R.R. Holocene changes in eastern equatorial Atlantic salinity as estimated by water isotopologues. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 362, 151-162, 2013. [pdf]
2012
  • 13. Marriner N., Flaux C., Kaniewski D., Morhange C.,Leduc G., Moron V., Chen Z., Gasse F., Empereur J.-Y., Stanley J.-D. ITCZ and ENSO-like pacing of Nile delta hydro-geomorphology during the Holocene. Quaternary Science Reviews, 45, 73-84, 2012. [pdf]
2011
  • 12. Romero O., Leduc G., Vidal L., Fischer G. Millennial Variability and Long-term Changes of the Diatom Production in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific during the Last Glacial Cycle. Paleoceanography, 26, PA2212, doi:10.1029/2010PA002099, 2011. [pdf]
2010
  • 11. Schneider B., Leduc G., Park W. Disentangling seasonal signals in Holocene climate trends by satellite-model-proxy integration. Paleoceanography, 25, PA4217, doi:10.1029/2009PA001893, 2010. [pdf]
  • 10. Leduc G., Herbert C., Blanz T., Martinez P., Schneider R. Contrasting evolution of Sea Surface Temperature in the Benguela upwelling system under natural and anthropogenic climate forcings. Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L20705, doi:10.1029/2010GL044353, 2010. [pdf] [data.xls]
  • 9. Leduc G., Vidal L., Tachikawa K., Bard E. Changes in Eastern Pacific ocean ventilation at intermediate depth over the last 150 kyr BP. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 298, 217-228, 2010. [pdf] [data.xls]
  • 8. Rincón-Martínez D., Lamy F., S. Contreras, Leduc G., Bard E., Saukel C., Blanz T., Mackensen A., Tiedemann R. More humid interglacials in Ecuador during the past 500 kyr linked to latitudinal shifts of the equatorial front and the Intertropical Convergence Zone in the eastern tropical Pacific. Paleoceanography,25, PA2210, doi:10.1029/2009PA001868, 2010. [pdf]
  • 7. Leduc G., Schneider R.R., Kim J.-H., Lohmann G. Holocene and Eemian sea surface temperature trends as revealed by alkenone and Mg/Ca paleothermometry. Quaternary Science Reviews, 29, 989-1004, 2010. [pdf] [Alk_Data_Holocene] [MgCa_Data_Holocene]
2009
  • 6. Leduc G., Vidal L., Cartapanis O., Bard E. Modes of Eastern Equatorial Pacific thermocline variability: Implications for ENSO dynamics over the last glacial period. Paleoceanography, 24, PA3202, doi:10.1029/2008PA1701, 2009. [pdf] [data.xls]
  • 5. Leduc G., Vidal L., Tachikawa K., Bard E. ITCZ rather than ENSO signature for abrupt climate changes across the tropical Pacific? Quaternary Research, 72, 123-131, 2009. [pdf]
2007
  • 4. Blanchet C., Thouveny N., Vidal L., Leduc G., Tachikawa, K., Bard E., Beaufort L. Terrigenous input response to glacial/interglacial climatic variations over South Baja California: a rock magnetic approach. Quaternary Science Reviews, 26, 3118-3133, 2007.[pdf]
  • 3. Leduc G., Vidal L., Tachikawa K., Rostek F., Sonzogni C., Beaufort L., Bard E. Moisture transport across Central America as a positive feedback on abrupt climatic changes. Nature, 445, 908-911, 2007. [pdf] [data.xls]
2006
  • 2. Leduc G., Thouveny N., Bourlès D., Blanchet C. L., Carcaillet, J. Authigenic 10Be/9Be signature of the Laschamp excursion: a tool for global synchronisation of paleoclimatic archives. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 245, 19-28, 2006. [pdf]
2004
  • 1. Thouveny N., Carcaillet J., Moreno E., Leduc G., Nérini D. Geomagnetic moment variation and paleomagnetic excursions since 400 kyr BP: a stacked record from sedimentary sequences of the Portuguese margin. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 219, 377-396, 2004. [pdf]

Book chapters

Highlights

Thesis

  • Temporal variations of hydrological changes in the area of the eastern Pacific. Approaches geochemical, isotopic and micropaleontological (in french). [Leduc_thesis]
  • Temporal variations of hydrological changes in the eastern Pacific. Geochemical, isotopic and micropaleontological approaches (english resume). [Leduc_thesis-english_resume]