Modes of climate variability: Synthesis and review of proxy-based reconstructions through the Holocene

@article{Hernndez2020ModesOC,
  title={Modes of climate variability: Synthesis and review of proxy-based reconstructions through the Holocene},
  author={Armand Hern{\'a}ndez and Celia Martin-Puertas and Paola Moffa-Sanchez and Eduardo Moreno‐Chamarro and Pablo Ortega and S. P. E. Blockley and Kim M. Cobb and Laia Comas‐Bru and Santiago Giralt and Hugues Goosse and J{\"u}rg Luterbacher and Belen Martrat and Raimund Muscheler and Andrew C. Parnell and Sergi Pla‐Rab{\`e}s and Jesper Sjolte and Adam A. Scaife and Didier Swingedouw and Erika K. Wise and Guobao Xu},
  journal={Earth-Science Reviews},
  year={2020},
  volume={209},
  pages={103286}
}

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