A 35 ka pollen and isotope record of environmental change along the southern margin of the Kalahari from a stalagmite and animal dung deposits in Wonderwerk Cave, South Africa.

@article{Brook2010A3K,
  title={A 35 ka pollen and isotope record of environmental change along the southern margin of the Kalahari from a stalagmite and animal dung deposits in Wonderwerk Cave, South Africa.},
  author={George A. Brook and Louis Scott and L. Bruce Railsback and Ethan A. Goddard},
  journal={Journal of Arid Environments},
  year={2010},
  volume={74},
  pages={870-884}
}

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