Paleogene monsoons across India and South China: Drivers of biotic change

@article{Spicer2017PaleogeneMA,
  title={Paleogene monsoons across India and South China: Drivers of biotic change},
  author={R. Spicer and Jian Yang and A. Herman and T. M. Kodrul and G. Aleksandrova and N. Maslova and T. Spicer and L. Ding and Q. Xu and Anumeha Shukla and G. Srivastava and R. Mehrotra and Xiaoyan Liu and Jianhua Jin},
  journal={Gondwana Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={49},
  pages={350-363}
}
Monsoonal climates at low latitudes (< 32°N) are an inevitable consequence of seasonal migrations of the Inter-tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), but the character of these monsoons depends on continental configuration, orographic expression and the strength of Hadley circulation. To explore the evolution of monsoon systems across southern Asia we compare climate signatures archived in ten Paleogene floras from northern India, Tibet and southern China, occupying low palaeolatitudes at a time of… Expand
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