Millennial-scale precipitation changes in southern Brazil over the past 90 , 000 years

@inproceedings{Wang2008MillennialscalePC,
  title={Millennial-scale precipitation changes in southern Brazil over the past 90 , 000 years},
  author={Xianfeng Wang and Augusto S. Auler and R Lawrence Edwards and Hai Cheng and Emi Ito and Yongjin Wang and Xinggong Kong and Maniko Solheid},
  year={2008}
}
[1] A U-Th dated 90,000 year-long speleothem oxygen isotope record from southern Brazil anti-correlates remarkably with the cave calcite records from eastern China, but positively correlates with the speleothem record from northeastern Brazil, suggesting an interhemispheric anti-phasing of rainfall on both millennial and orbital timescales, likely related to displacement in the mean position of the intertropical convergence zone and associated asymmetry in Hadley circulation. The phase… CONTINUE READING
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