Giant bivalves ( Tridacna gigas ) as recorders of ENSO variability
We compare monthly resolved oxygen isotope records derived from a giant bivalve shell, Tridacna gigas and massive Porites corals collected along the northern coast of Papua New Guinea. This intercomparison study demonstrates that δ18O profiles obtained f
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