Sequence of events from the onset to the demise of the Last Interglacial

@inproceedings{Govin2015SequenceOE,
  title={Sequence of events from the onset to the demise of the Last Interglacial},
  author={Alexandre Govin and E. Capron and S. Verheyden and Bassam Ghaleb and Claude Hillaire-Marcel and N. Combourieu-Nebout and Abdessamad El Ouahabi and P. Jimenez-Amat and D{\'a}niel Veres and Claire Waelbroeck},
  year={2015}
}
The Last Interglacial (LIG) represents an invaluable case study to investigate the response of components of the Earth system to global warming. However, the scarcity of absolute age constraints in most archives leads to extensive use of various stratigraphic alignments to different reference chronologies. This feature sets limitations to the accuracy of the stratigraphic assignment of the climatic sequence of events across the globe during the LIG. Here, we review the strengths and limitations… CONTINUE READING

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