DeepMIP-Eocene currently focuses on the early Eocene climatic optimum (EECO), Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum (PETM) and the latest Paleocene.  It builds on the original “EoMIP” work presented in Lunt et al, (2012).

Key publications include Hollis et al (2019), which defines the key intervals, provides methodologies for selection, compilation and analysis of proxy data, and includes Version 0.1 of the proxy databse; and Lunt et al (2017) which presents a model experimental design.  Following this, several other publications have been published, or are under development, that aim to bring together the proxy and data communities to inform us about these key intervals, and their implications for the future.

If you are interested, you can access the model outputs from DeepMIP-Eocene.

We have several model and data Working Groups, and are aiming to follow a Timetable.  Also, there is a UK project, SWEET, that is aligned closely to DeepMIP-Eocene.

If you are interested in getting involved with DeepMIP-Eocene, then please contact Dan or Lauren Brown,






Working Groups