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Delayed build-up of Arctic ice sheets during 400,000-year minima in insolation variability
Hao, Q.; Wang, L.; Oldfield, F.; Peng, S.; Qin, L.; Song, Y.; Xu, B.; Qiao, Y.; Bloemendal, J.; Guo, Z. (2012). Delayed build-up of Arctic ice sheets during 400,000-year minima in insolation variability. Nature (Lond.) 490(7420): 393-396. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/nature11493
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Hao, Q.
  • Wang, L.
  • Oldfield, F.
  • Peng, S.
  • Qin, L.
  • Song, Y.
  • Xu, B.
  • Qiao, Y.
  • Bloemendal, J.
  • Guo, Z.

Abstract
    An East Asian winter monsoon proxy record using grain size variations in Chinese loess over the past 900,000?years shows that for up to 20,000 years after the interglacials at 400,000-year intervals, the weak monsoon winds maintain a mild, non-glacial climate at high northern latitudes.

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