Decadal-centennial scale monsoon variations in the Arabian Sea during the Early Holocene

S.J.A. Jung, G.R. Davies, G.M. Ganssen, D. Kroon

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Abstract

An essential prerequisite for the prediction of future climate change due to anthropogenic input is an understanding of the natural processes that control Earth's climate on timescales comparable to human-lifespan. The Early Holocene period was chosen to study the natural climate variability in a warm interval when solar insolation was at its maximum. The monsoonal system of the Tropics is highly sensitive to seasonal variations in solar insolation, and consequently marine sediments from the region are a potential monitor of past climate change. Here we show that during the Early Holocene period rapid δ
Original languageEnglish
JournalGeochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Volume3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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insolation
Incident solar radiation
monsoons
climate change
Climate change
climate
monsoon
Holocene
Tropics
annual variations
tropical regions
marine sediment
Process control
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Sediments
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seasonal variation
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