Sedimentation patterns off the Zambezi River over the last 20,000 years

@inproceedings{Lubbe2014SedimentationPO,
  title={Sedimentation patterns off the Zambezi River over the last 20,000 years},
  author={Jeroen van der Lubbe and Rik Tjallingii and Maarten A. Prins and Geert-Jan A. Brummer and Simon J A Jung and Dick Kroon and R R Schneider},
  year={2014}
}
Marine sediments from continental margins provide high-resolution archives of marine and continental climate, in particular near large river mouths. The Zambezi is one of the largest rivers in East Africa, discharging large amounts of fine-grained sediments onto the western margin of the Mozambique Channel. Accurate reconstructions of past variations in river discharge can be retrieved from the depositional history of riverine sediments. In this study, sedimentation patterns along the… CONTINUE READING

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