Articles | Volume 6, issue 2
25 Mar 2010
 | 25 Mar 2010

Effects of orbital forcing on atmosphere and ocean heat transports in Holocene and Eemian climate simulations with a comprehensive Earth system model

N. Fischer and J. H. Jungclaus

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