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      Late Quaternary changes in surface productivity and oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) in the northwestern Arabian Sea: Micropaleontologic and sedimentary record at ODP site 728A

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          Long-Term Variations of Daily Insolation and Quaternary Climatic Changes

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            Abrupt changes in the Asian southwest monsoon during the Holocene and their links to the North Atlantic Ocean.

            During the last ice age, the Indian Ocean southwest monsoon exhibited abrupt changes that were closely correlated with millennial-scale climate events in the North Atlantic region, suggesting a mechanistic link. In the Holocene epoch, which had a more stable climate, the amplitude of abrupt changes in North Atlantic climate was much smaller, and it has been unclear whether these changes are related to monsoon variability. Here we present a continuous record of centennial-scale monsoon variability throughout the Holocene from rapidly accumulating and minimally bioturbated sediments in the anoxic Arabian Sea. Our monsoon proxy record reveals several intervals of weak summer monsoon that coincide with cold periods documented in the North Atlantic region--including the most recent climate changes from the Medieval Warm Period to the Little Ice Age and then to the present. We therefore suggest that the link between North Atlantic climate and the Asian monsoon is a persistent aspect of global climate.
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              Modern Planktonic Foraminifera

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                Journal
                Journal of Earth System Science
                J Earth Syst Sci
                Springer Science and Business Media LLC
                0253-4126
                0973-774X
                February 2011
                May 6 2011
                February 2011
                : 120
                : 1
                : 113-121
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                10.1007/s12040-011-0011-7
                c7667c72-e419-440c-b593-7ca608e7f198
                © 2011

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