Evidence for a volcanic underpinning of the Atlantic multidecadal oscillation
npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, September 2018
Sean D. Birkel, Paul A. Mayewski, Kirk A. Maasch, Andrei V. Kurbatov, Bradfield Lyon
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|Student > Master||3||7%|
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|Earth and Planetary Sciences||20||45%|
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|Physics and Astronomy||1||2%|
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