On the astronomical origin of the Hallstatt oscillation found in radiocarbon and climate records throughout the Holocene

@article{Scafetta2016OnTA,
  title={On the astronomical origin of the Hallstatt oscillation found in radiocarbon and climate records throughout the Holocene},
  author={N. Scafetta and F. Milani and A. Bianchini and S. Ortolani},
  journal={Earth-Science Reviews},
  year={2016},
  volume={162},
  pages={24-43}
}
  • N. Scafetta, F. Milani, +1 author S. Ortolani
  • Published 2016
  • Physics, Geology
  • Earth-Science Reviews
  • Abstract An oscillation with a period of about 2100–2500 years, the Hallstatt cycle, is found in cosmogenic radioisotopes (14C and 10Be) and in paleoclimate records throughout the Holocene. This oscillation is typically associated with solar variations, but its primary physical origin remains uncertain. Herein we show strong evidences for an astronomical origin of this cycle. Namely, this oscillation is coherent to a repeating pattern in the periodic revolution of the planets around the Sun… CONTINUE READING
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