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Palaeosols within Loess: Dating Palaeoclimatic Events in Kashmir

  • Sheela Kusumgar (a1), D P Agrawal (a1), Navin Juyal (a1) and Prabhakar Sharma (a1)

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The 14C dates of Kashmir loess-palaeosols form five clusters. The dates, mineral magnetic, stable isotopic, and pollen data help decipher major climatic oscillations as distinct from the minor ones.

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Palaeosols within Loess: Dating Palaeoclimatic Events in Kashmir

  • Sheela Kusumgar (a1), D P Agrawal (a1), Navin Juyal (a1) and Prabhakar Sharma (a1)

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