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Icy grip on glacial monsoon

Nature Geosciencevolume 11pages802803 (2018) | Download Citation

The Laurentide Ice Sheet sapped the strength of the North American monsoon during the last ice age, but the ice sheet’s grip on the monsoon weakened as it retreated northwards.

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