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Early Holocene Laurentide Ice Sheet deglaciation causes cooling in the high-latitude Southern Hemisphere through oceanic teleconnection

Bibliographic reference Renssen, H. ; Goosse, Hugues ; Crosta, X. ; Roche, D. M.. Early Holocene Laurentide Ice Sheet deglaciation causes cooling in the high-latitude Southern Hemisphere through oceanic teleconnection. In: Paleoceanography, Vol. 25 (2010)
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