Extensive wet episodes in Late Glacial Australia resulting from high-latitude forcings
Millennial-scale cooling events termed Heinrich Stadials punctuated Northern Hemisphere climate during the last glacial period. Latitudinal shifts of the intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ) are thought to have rapidly propagated these abrupt climatic signals southward, influencing the evolution of Southern Hemisphere climates and contributing to major reorganisation of the global ocean atmosphere system. Here, we use neodymium isotopes from a marine sediment core to reconstruct the...[Show more]
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