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Modeling the effect of freshwater pulses on the early Holocene climate: The influence of high-frequency climate variability

Bibliographic reference Renssen, H. ; Goosse, Hugues ; Fichefet, Thierry. Modeling the effect of freshwater pulses on the early Holocene climate: The influence of high-frequency climate variability. In: Paleoceanography, Vol. 17, no.2, p. 10-1-10-16 (2002)
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