The glacial-interglacial monsoon recorded by stalagmites from southwest Sulawesi, Indonesia
Climate variability in the tropics, and monsoons in particular, are critical to transporting moisture and heat around the earth. Deep atmospheric convection over the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool (IPWP) supplies heat and energy to two of the largest atmospheric circulation systems, the meridional Hadley Cell and zonal Indo-Pacific Walker Circulation. These convection centers are key components of the Australasian monsoon. Thus, the IPWP plays a fundamental role in...[Show more]
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