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Indicators of Holocene high-stage flood events and tributary confluence migration in the lower Narmada Basin, western India.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of Earth System Science. Dec2022, Vol. 131 Issue 4, p1-11. 11p.

Abstract: In this study, sedimentary deposits around the confluence of the Narmada River and its tributary, Orsang River, western India, were studied to understand the confluence dynamics. The results indicate that the sediment sequences exposed at three sites r...

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Millennial Variability in Intermediate Ocean Circulation and Indian Monsoonal Weathering Inputs During the Last Deglaciation and Holocene.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Geophysical Research Letters. 11/16/2022, Vol. 49 Issue 21, p1-11. 11p.

Abstract: The relationship between ocean circulation and monsoon systems over orbital to sub‐millennial timescales is a crucial but poorly constrained component of the climate system. Here, using foraminiferal and detrital neodymium (Nd) isotope records from the...

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Holocene monsoon and sea-level variability from coastal lowlands of Kerala, SW India.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Quaternary International. Dec2022, Vol. 642, p48-62. 15p.

Abstract: The widespread Early Holocene sea-level rise observed along the global coastal realms reinvigorated the need to decipher sea-level variability on a local and regional scale, yet limited attempts were made on simultaneously addressing sea-level and cli...

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Middle to late Holocene alluvial history of the northeast monsoon dominated coastal tropical rivers of south India.

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Source(s): Quaternary International. Dec2022, Vol. 642, p63-72. 10p.

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Abstract: The region around the coastal Chennai area, India, is drained by three major rivers that rise from the remnants of the Eastern Ghats and receive dominantly the northeast rains. These rivers meander short distances, deposit sediments into the Bay of Ben...

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Mid-late Holocene climatic reconstruction from coastal dunes of the western Kachchh, India.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Quaternary International. Dec2022, Vol. 642, p29-40. 12p.

Abstract: The present study focuses on the mechanism, climate, and sea-level implications of the coastal dune building activity in the eastern coast of Kori Creek (Gulf of Kachchh). Around 10 m thick dune is investigated using sedimentology, geochemistry, and op...

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Late Quaternary carbonate preservation in the Andaman Sea versus the Central Indian Basin: A test of dissolution under diverse oceanographic settings in the Indian Ocean.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Quaternary International. Dec2022, Vol. 642, p103-115. 13p.

Abstract: Late Quaternary carbonate dissolution was evaluated by using planktonic foraminifera indices perfect test ratio (PTR) of Goborotalia menardii , G. menardii fragmentation index (MFI), percentage of total resistant species (RSP) and sediment calcium carb...

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Oxygen isotopes and human mobility in Middle and Late Holocene hunter-gatherer groups from the eastern Pampa-Patagonia transition (Argentina).

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Quaternary International. Dec2022, Vol. 640, p1-11. 11p.

Abstract: This work seeks to explore human mobility in the lower course of the Colorado River (Argentina) during the Middle and Late Holocene (ca. 5900-250 years BP) through the analysis of stable oxygen isotopes (δ18O) of bone bioapatite. The δ18O values are in...

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Building resilient landscapes in a semi-arid watershed: Anthropogenic and natural burning histories in Late Holocene Tesuque Creek, northern New Mexico.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Holocene. Dec2022, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p1437-1449. 13p.

Abstract: As mega-fires have swept the North American West in recent decades, studies of past fire events have gained academic interest. Deep-time perspectives are necessary to better understand the periodicity of fire events and to identify basic drivers of fre...

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Risky business: Comparative approaches to risk and resilience in arid environments of the Holocene – An introduction to the special issue.

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Source(s): Holocene. Dec2022, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p1367-1372. 6p.

Abstract: Drylands are diverse and dynamic ecosystems that have been occupied by humans throughout the Holocene. Nonetheless, drylands are often conceived of as marginal, rare, and inimical to human livelihoods. This Special Issue interrogates the interactions b...

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Abrupt Contraction of the Indo‐East Asian Monsoons Ended the Holocene Humid Period.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Geophysical Research Letters. 11/28/2022, Vol. 49 Issue 22, p1-10. 10p.

Abstract: Rain‐belt migration, and in particular monsoon migration, are a cardinal, yet under‐constrained aspect of climate change. Here, we present a new lake‐level record from a closed‐basin lake in northern China and a compilation of available lake level reco...

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