Changes in East Asian summer monsoon precipitation during the Holocene deduced from a freshwater flux reconstruction of the Changjiang (Yangtze River) based on the oxygen isotope mass balance in the northern East China Sea
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Subject: Atmospheric Dynamics | Archive: Marine Archives | Timescale: HoloceneGlacial to interglacial climate variability in the southeastern African subtropics (25–20° S)Multi-decadal atmospheric and marine climate variability in southern Iberia during the mid- to late-HoloceneExtreme storms during the last 6500 years from lagoonal sedimentary archives in the Mar Menor (SE Spain)
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