High Arabian Sea productivity conditions during MIS 13 – odd monsoon event or intensified overturning circulation at the end of the Mid-Pleistocene transition?
M. Ziegler et al.
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Subject: Ocean Dynamics | Archive: Marine Archives | Timescale: PleistoceneLower oceanic 𝛿13C during the Last Interglacial compared to the HoloceneChange in the North Atlantic circulation associated with the mid-Pleistocene transitionA multi-proxy analysis of Late Quaternary ocean and climate variability for the Maldives, Inner Sea
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