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800 Years of Paleoclimate Patterns Unearthed in Largest Ever Study of Asia's Rivers

News   Jan 04, 2021 | Original story from the Singapore University of Technology and Design

 
800 Years of Paleoclimate Patterns Unearthed in Largest Ever Study of Asia's Rivers

Map of the Asian Monsoon region; river basins involved in this study are highlighted by subregion, rivers belonging to the world's 30 biggest are shown with names indicated in blue. Credit: SUTD.

 
 
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