Seasonality of westerly moisture transport in the East Asian summer monsoon and its implications for interpreting precipitation δ 18 O

@inproceedings{Baker2015SeasonalityOW,
  title={Seasonality of westerly moisture transport in the East Asian summer monsoon and its implications for interpreting precipitation δ 18 O},
  author={Alexander James Baker and Harald Sodemann and James U. L. Baldini and Sebastian F. M. Breitenbach and Kathleen J. R. Johnson and Jeroen van Hunen and Zhang Pingzhong},
  year={2015}
}
East Asian summer monsoon (EASM) rainfall impacts the world’s most populous regions. Accurate EASM rainfall prediction necessitates robust paleoclimate reconstructions from proxy data and quantitative linkage to modern climatic conditions. Many precisely dated oxygen isotope records from Chinese stalagmites have been interpreted as directly reflecting past EASM rainfall amount variability, but recent research suggests that such records instead integratemultiple hydroclimatic processes. Using a… CONTINUE READING