Coral and speleothem reconstructions of early holocene ocean-atmosphere dynamics in southern Australasia
Reconstructing the impacts of abrupt climate change on the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool, the Australasian monsoon, and El Nino-Southern Oscillation, and their teleconnections to higher latitudes, is crucial for understanding the role of the tropics in global climate change. The main objective of this thesis is to use geochemical tracers in skeletons of modern and fossil Porites corals from Alor, Indonesia, and a speleothem record from the island of Flores nearby, to explore the climatic response of...[Show more]
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