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Individual contribution of insolation and CO2 to the interglacial climates of the past 800,000 years

Bibliographic reference Yin, Qiuzhen ; Berger, A.. Individual contribution of insolation and CO2 to the interglacial climates of the past 800,000 years. In: Climate Dynamics, Vol. 38, p. 709-724 (2012)
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