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U.S. Geological Survey,
Danielle is a Geologist on the PRISM Project focusing on planktic foraminifera and climate change research, including Pliocene data/climate model comparisons.
DOWSETT, H.J., ROBINSON, M.M., STOLL, D.K., and FOLEY, K.M., 2010. Mid-Piacenzian mean annual sea surface temperature analysis for data-model comparisons. Stratigraphy, 7(2-3): 189-198.
DOWSETT, H., ROBINSON, M., HAYWOOD, A., SALZMANN, U., HILL, D., SOHL, L., CHANDLER, M., WILLIAMS, M., FOLEY, K., and STOLL, D., 2010. The PRISM3D paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Stratigraphy, 7(2-3): 123-139.
HILL, D.J., DOLAN, A.M., HAYWOOD, A.M., HUNTER, S.J., and STOLL, D.K., 2010. Sensitivity of the Greenland Ice Sheet to Pliocene sea surface temperatures. Stratigraphy, 7(2-3): 111-122.
STOLL, D.K., 2010. Mid-Piacenzian sea surface temperature record from ODP Site 1115 in the western equatorial Pacific. Stratigraphy, 7(1): 1-6.
STOLL, D.K., 2010. Impacts of Arctic and Equatorial Pacific Sea Surface Temperature Warming on Global Climate: Anchorage, AK, Alaska Pacific University, 328 p.
STOLL, D.K., DOWSETT, H.J., and ROBINSON, M.M., 2010. Sea surface temperature record implications for the western equatorial Pacific warm pool GSA Northeastern and Southeastern Section Joint Meeting: Baltimore, Maryland, 42, p. 166.
STOLL, D.K., ROBINSON, M.M., and DOWSETT, H.J., 2010. Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperature during the mid-Piacenzian, AGU Fall Meeting: San Francisco, CA.
FOLEY, K.M., DOWSETT, H.J., ROBINSON, M.M., and STOLL, D.K., 2009. Global warming analysis--PRISM 3D, Pliocene Research, Interpretation andSynoptic Mapping, USGS.
My Science Topics
PRISM is a collaborative data analysis and climate modeling effort that strives to 1) accurately and comprehensively reconstruct and understand Pliocene climate and climate dynamics in order to gain insight into a warmer than present world that may resemble a future climate and to 2) construct Pliocene paleoenvironmental/paleoclimatic boundary conditions as an aid to general circulation model experiments designed to explore the impacts of climate forcings and feedbacks. The Pliocene world provides an unequaled paleo-laboratory to test the sensitivity of the physical models that we rely upon for estimating future warming impacts. It challenges our understanding of the sensitivity of key components of the climate system and how we simulate that system.
Contact InformationDanielle Stoll
12201 Sunrise Valley Drive, Mail Stop 926A
Reston, VA 20192-0002
703-648-6953 - Fax
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