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    • A 68 ka precipitation record from the hyperarid core of the Atacama Desert in northern Chile 

      Diederich, Julia L.; Wennrich, Volker; Bao, Roberto; Büttner, Christoph; Bolten, Andreas; Brill, Dominik; Buske, Stefan; Campos, Eduardo; Fernández-Galego, Emma; Gödickmeier, Peggy; Ninnemann, Lukas; Reyers, Mark; Ritter, Benedikt; Ritterbach, Laura; Rolf, Christian; Scheidt, Stephanie; Dunai, Tibor J.; Melles, Martin (Elsevier, 2020-01)
      [Abstract] The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is one of the driest deserts on Earth. Hyperaridity persists at least since the Miocene and was punctuated by pluvial phases. However, very little is known about the timing, ...
    • Climatic Fluctuations in the Hyperarid Core of the Atacama Desert During the Past 215 ka 

      Ritter, Benedikt; Wennrich, Volker; Medialdea, Alicia; Brill, Dominik; King, Georgina; Schneiderwind, Sascha; Niemann, Karin; Fernández-Galego, Emma; Diederich, Julia; Rolf, Christian; Bao, Roberto; Melles, Martin; Dunai, Tibor János (Springer Nature, 2019-03-27)
      [Abstract] Paleoclimate records from the Atacama Desert are rare and mostly discontinuous, mainly recording runoff from the Precordillera to the east, rather than local precipitation. Until now, paleoclimate records have ...