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Drivers of the evolution and amplitude of African Humid Periods

University of New South Wales
Menviel, Laurie
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Hydrological changes during the penultimate deglaciation and Last interglacial as simulated in a transient experiment performed with LOVECLIM.
The results are described in "Drivers of the evolution and amplitude of African Humid Periods" by L. Menviel, A. Govin, A. Avenas, K.J. Meissner, K.M. Grant, P.C. Tzekadis, Communications Earth & Environment, 2021, COMMSENV-21-0430A

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