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Influence of the changing lunar orbit on the astronomical frequencies of pre-Quaternary insolation patterns

Bibliographic reference Berger, André ; Loutre, M. F. ; Dehant, Véronique. Influence of the changing lunar orbit on the astronomical frequencies of pre-Quaternary insolation patterns. In: Paleoceanography, Vol. 4, no.5, p. 555-564 (1989)
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