Late Quaternary climate change in the north-eastern highlands of Ethiopia: A high resolution 15,600 year diatom and pigment record from Lake Hayk

@article{Loakes2018LateQC,
  title={Late Quaternary climate change in the north-eastern highlands of Ethiopia: A high resolution 15,600 year diatom and pigment record from Lake Hayk},
  author={Katie L. Loakes and David B. Ryves and Henry F. Lamb and Frank Sch{\"a}bitz and Michael W. Dee and Jonathan J. Tyler and Keely Mills and Suzanne McGowan},
  journal={Quaternary Science Reviews},
  year={2018}
}
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