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Variation in the Indian summer monsoon intensity during the Bolling-Allerod and Holocene
(American Geophysical Union, 2013)
Variations in the Indian summer monsoon (ISM) intensity during the last 16.7 ka have been studied using organic carbon (C<sub>org</sub>), delta <sup>15</sup>N of sedimentary organic matter, CaCO<sub>3</sub>, sediment ...
Change in the intensity of low-salinity water inflow from the Bay of Bengal into the Eastern Arabian Sea from the Last Glacial Maximum to the Holocene: Implications for monsoon variations
A 100–400 km wide region of the coastal Eastern Arabian Sea (EAS), off the west-coast of India, is characterized by a low-salinity tongue formed by the inflow of low-salinity surface water from the Bay of Bengal (BoB). ...
A glimpse of the Quaternary monsoon history from India and adjoining seas
The evolution of the monsoon is briefly summarized taking into account previous studies conducted on both terrestrial and marine records recovered from the Indian subcontinent and the adjoining seas. While the initiation ...