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Persistent El Nino-Southern Oscillation variation during the Pliocene Epoch

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There is an urgent requirement to understand how large fluctuations in tropical heat distribution associated with the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) will respond to anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases. Intervals of global warmth in Earth history provide a unique natural laboratory to explore the behavior of ENSO in a warmer world. To investigate interannual climatic variability, specifically ENSO, in the mid-Piacenzian Warm Period (mPWP) (3.26-3.03 Ma), we integrate observations ...

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10.1029/2010PA002097

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"University of Oxford", "Australian National University, Acton, ACT, Australia"
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Research School of Earth Sciences
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University of Leeds
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School of Earth and Environment
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University of Oxford
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Mathematical,Physical & Life Sciences Division - Earth Sciences
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University of Oxford
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Mathematical,Physical & Life Sciences Division - Earth Sciences
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University of Oxford
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Mathematical,Physical & Life Sciences Division - Earth Sciences
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Publisher:
American Geophysical Union Publisher's website
Journal:
Palaeoceanography Journal website
Volume:
26
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Article: PA2215
Publication date:
2011-01-01
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0883–8305
URN:
uuid:5668e8ee-3791-48c3-a6fa-ca0c3320d738
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ora:6143

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