Summer Precipitation for the England and Wales region, 1201 - 2000CE, from Stable Oxygen Isotopes in oak tree rings

N. J. Loader, G. H. F. Young, D. McCarroll, D. Davies, D. Miles, C. Bronk Ramsey, 2020

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