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Tibet forcing of mid-Pleistocene synchronous enhancement of East Asian winter and summer monsoons revealed by Chinese loess record

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Bibliographic reference Han, W. ; Fang, X. ; Berger, André. Tibet forcing of mid-Pleistocene synchronous enhancement of East Asian winter and summer monsoons revealed by Chinese loess record. In: Quaternary Research, Vol. 78, p. 174-184 (2012)
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