Synchronized TerrestrialAtmospheric Deglacial Records Around the North Atlantic

@article{Bjrck1996SynchronizedTD,
  title={Synchronized TerrestrialAtmospheric Deglacial Records Around the North Atlantic},
  author={Svante Bj{\"o}rck and Bernd Kromer and Sigfús J. Johnsen and Ole Bennike and Dan Hammarlund and Geoffrey Lemdahl and G{\"o}ran Possnert and Tine L. Rasmussen and Barbara Wohlfarth and Claus U. Hammer and Marco Spurk},
  journal={Science},
  year={1996},
  volume={274},
  pages={1155 - 1160}
}
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