Erratum: Tibetan Uplift Prior to The Eocene-Oligocene Climate Transition: Evidence From Pollen Analysis of The Xining Basin

  title={Erratum: Tibetan Uplift Prior to The Eocene-Oligocene Climate Transition: Evidence From Pollen Analysis of The Xining Basin},
  author={Guillaume Dupont‐Nivet and Carina Hoorn and Martin Konert},
  journal={Journal of Hospital Infection},
Uplift of the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayas since the onset of the Indo-Asia collision is held responsible for Asian aridifi cation and monsoon intensifi cation, but may also have gradually cooled global climate, leading to the 34 Ma Eocene-Oligocene transition. To unravel the interplay between Tibetan uplift and global climate, proxy records of Asian paleoenvironments constrained by accurate age models are needed for the Paleogene Period. Here we report the 38 Ma appearance of high… 

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