Regional insolation forcing of late Quaternary climate change in the Southern Hemisphere


In agreement with the Milankovitch orbital forcing hypothesis it is often assumed that glacial–interglacial climate transitions occurred synchronously in the Northern and Southern hemispheres of the Earth. It is difficult to test this assumption, because of the paucity of long, continuous climate records from the Southern Hemisphere that have not been dated… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nature03826

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