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A 25,000-year record of climate-induced changes in lowland vegetation of eastern equatorial Africa revealed by the stable carbon-isotopic composition of fossil plant leaf waxes

(2011) EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS. 302(1-2). p.236-246
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ORGANIC-MATTER, HEINRICH EVENTS, DELTA-C-13 ANALYSES, INTERGLACIAL VARIATIONS, MT. KENYA, TROPICAL AFRICA, LATE QUATERNARY CHANGES, SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURES, ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2, C(4) plants, C(3) plants, C(3)/C(4) ratio, Younger Dryas, LGM, African climate history, LAST GLACIAL MAXIMUM, isotope-ratio-monitoring GC/MS, n-alkanes

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Sinninghe Damsté, Jaap S, Dirk Verschuren, Jort Ossebaar, et al. “A 25,000-year Record of Climate-induced Changes in Lowland Vegetation of Eastern Equatorial Africa Revealed by the Stable Carbon-isotopic Composition of Fossil Plant Leaf Waxes.” EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS 302.1-2 (2011): 236–246. Print.
APA
Sinninghe Damsté, J. S., Verschuren, D., Ossebaar, J., Blokker, J., van Houten, R., van der Meer, M. T., Plessen, B., et al. (2011). A 25,000-year record of climate-induced changes in lowland vegetation of eastern equatorial Africa revealed by the stable carbon-isotopic composition of fossil plant leaf waxes. EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS, 302(1-2), 236–246.
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Sinninghe Damsté, Jaap S, Dirk Verschuren, Jort Ossebaar, Jord Blokker, Rianne van Houten, Marcel TJ van der Meer, Birgit Plessen, and Stefan Schouten. 2011. “A 25,000-year Record of Climate-induced Changes in Lowland Vegetation of Eastern Equatorial Africa Revealed by the Stable Carbon-isotopic Composition of Fossil Plant Leaf Waxes.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters 302 (1-2): 236–246.
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Sinninghe Damsté, Jaap S, Dirk Verschuren, Jort Ossebaar, Jord Blokker, Rianne van Houten, Marcel TJ van der Meer, Birgit Plessen, and Stefan Schouten. 2011. “A 25,000-year Record of Climate-induced Changes in Lowland Vegetation of Eastern Equatorial Africa Revealed by the Stable Carbon-isotopic Composition of Fossil Plant Leaf Waxes.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters 302 (1-2): 236–246.
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Sinninghe Damsté JS, Verschuren D, Ossebaar J, Blokker J, van Houten R, van der Meer MT, et al. A 25,000-year record of climate-induced changes in lowland vegetation of eastern equatorial Africa revealed by the stable carbon-isotopic composition of fossil plant leaf waxes. EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS. 2011;302(1-2):236–46.
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J. S. Sinninghe Damsté et al., “A 25,000-year record of climate-induced changes in lowland vegetation of eastern equatorial Africa revealed by the stable carbon-isotopic composition of fossil plant leaf waxes,” EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS, vol. 302, no. 1–2, pp. 236–246, 2011.
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  author       = {{Sinninghe Damsté, Jaap S and Verschuren, Dirk and Ossebaar, Jort and Blokker, Jord and van Houten, Rianne and van der Meer, Marcel TJ and Plessen, Birgit and Schouten, Stefan}},
  issn         = {{0012-821X}},
  journal      = {{EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS}},
  keywords     = {{ORGANIC-MATTER,HEINRICH EVENTS,DELTA-C-13 ANALYSES,INTERGLACIAL VARIATIONS,MT. KENYA,TROPICAL AFRICA,LATE QUATERNARY CHANGES,SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURES,ELEVATED ATMOSPHERIC CO2,C(4) plants,C(3) plants,C(3)/C(4) ratio,Younger Dryas,LGM,African climate history,LAST GLACIAL MAXIMUM,isotope-ratio-monitoring GC/MS,n-alkanes}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{1-2}},
  pages        = {{236--246}},
  title        = {{A 25,000-year record of climate-induced changes in lowland vegetation of eastern equatorial Africa revealed by the stable carbon-isotopic composition of fossil plant leaf waxes}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2010.12.025}},
  volume       = {{302}},
  year         = {{2011}},
}

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