Abrupt shifts of the Sahara-Sahel boundary during Heinrich stadials
Relict dune fields that are found as far south as 14° N in the modern-day African Sahel are testament to equatorward expansions of the Sahara desert during the Late Pleistocene. However, the discontinuous nature of dune records means that abrupt millenni
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