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Title: A weak El Niño/Southern Oscillation with delayed seasonal growth around 4,300 years ago.
Authors: McGregor, HV
Fischer, MJ
Gagan, MK
Fink, D
Phipps, SJ
Wong, HKY
Woodroffe, CD
Keywords: Southern oscillation
Seasonal variations
Issue Date: 5-Sep-2013
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
Citation: McGregor, H.V., Fischer, M.J., Gagan, M.K., Fink, D., Phipps, S.J., Wong, H., & Woodroffe, C.D. (2013). A weak el nino/southern oscillation with delayed seasonal growth around 4,300 years ago. Nature Geosci, 6(11), 949-953. doi:doi:10.1038/ngeo1936
Abstract: Palaeoclimate records indicate lower El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) variance during the middle Holocene compared with today, but the mechanisms leading to this muted variability are not clear. A 175-year oxygen isotope record from a Porites coral microatoll in the NINO3.4 region records persistently reduced ENSO variance about 4,300 years ago, and season-specific analyses of the record suggest that insolation played an important role in this change.© 2013, Nature Publishing Group.
Gov't Doc #: 5226
ISSN: 1752-0894
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