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Monsoon linkages

An excellent sediment record from the Arabian Sea traces recent patterns in the activity of the Asian monsoon. It reveals both variability in monsoon strength and links with climatic events elsewhere.

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Zahn, R. Monsoon linkages. Nature 421, 324–325 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/421324a

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