Indian Ocean Climate and an Absolute Chronology over Dansgaard/Oeschger Events 9 to 13

@article{Burns2003IndianOC,
  title={Indian Ocean Climate and an Absolute Chronology over Dansgaard/Oeschger Events 9 to 13},
  author={S. Burns and Dominik Fleitmann and Albert Matter and Jan D. Kramers and Abdulkarim A. Al-Subbary},
  journal={Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={301},
  pages={1365 - 1367}
}
Oxygen-isotope ratios of a stalagmite from Socotra Island in the Indian Ocean provide a record of changes in monsoon precipitation and climate for the time period from 42 to 55 thousand years before the present. The pattern of precipitation bears a striking resemblance to the oxygen-isotope record from Greenland ice cores, with increased tropical precipitation associated with warm periods in the high northern latitudes. The largest change, at the onset of interstadial 12, occurred very rapidly… 
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