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Pacemakers of warming

Nature Geoscience volume 8, pages 8789 (2015) | Download Citation

In the first decades of the twentieth century, the Earth warmed rapidly. A coral-based climate proxy record of westerly winds over the equatorial Pacific suggests that wind strength and warming rate were linked, as they are today.

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  1. Stefan Brönnimann is at the Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research and Institute of Geography, University of Bern, Switzerland

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