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Multi-proxy records of late Holocene flood events from the lower reaches of the Narmada River, Western India

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Analyses of a fluvial sedimentary sequence from the lower reaches of the Narmada River establish a record of rhythmic cycles of sediment facies that represent floods during the late Holocene. The south-west Indian monsoon strongly influences the study area, and heavy rainfall or cyclones which originate from either the Bay of Bengal or the Arabian Sea, also affect the region. Optically stimulated luminescence dating places the 8 m thick sediment sequence in the climate transition phase which ...

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10.3389/feart.2021.634354

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Frontiers Media
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Frontiers in Earth Science More from this journal
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9
Article number:
634354
Publication date:
2021-04-15
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2021-03-22
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2296-6463
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English
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1170681
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2021-04-15

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