Seasonal paleoclimates of the MIS 5E, 9 and 11 interglacials, using geochemical proxies in Porites and Tridacna
Interglacial climate state are an important aspect of Quaternary climate, representing time of decreased global ice volume, and warm conditions similar to the present. Acquiring high- resolution paleoclimate data from these interglacial period critical for establishing the natural range of climate variability that exist in the absence of anthropogenic greenhouse gas forcing and/or under variable orbital forcing regimes. In addition paleoclimate data can shed light on how the climate ...[Show more]
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