Carbon cycle dynamics during recent interglacials

@inproceedings{Kleinen2015CarbonCD,
  title={Carbon cycle dynamics during recent interglacials},
  author={Thomas Kleinen and Victor Brovkin and G. Munhoven},
  year={2015}
}
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