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An astronomically tuned 8.1 Ma eolian record from the Chinese Loess Plateau and its implication on the evolution of Asian monsoon

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Bibliographic reference Han, W. ; Fang, X. ; Berger, A. ; Yin, Qiuzhen. An astronomically tuned 8.1 Ma eolian record from the Chinese Loess Plateau and its implication on the evolution of Asian monsoon. In: Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 116, no. 24 (2011)
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