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Position: Home > issue > November 08, 2022 Volume 3, Issue 6
Milankovitch theory and monsoon
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Author: Hai Cheng, Hanying Li, Lijuan Sha, Ashish Sinha, Zhengguo Shi, Qiuzhen Yin, Zhengyao Lu, Debo Zhao, Yanjun Cai, Yongyun Hu, Qingzhen Hao, Jun Tian, Gayatri Kathayat, Xiyu Dong, Jingyao Zhao, Haiwei Zhang

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The widely accepted ¡°Milankovitch theory¡± explains insolation-induced waxing and waning of the ice sheets and their effect on the global climate on orbital timescales. In the past half century, however, the theory has often come under scrutiny, especially regarding its ¡°100-ka problem.¡± Another drawback, but the one that has received less attention, is the ¡°monsoon problem,¡± which pertains to the exclusion of monsoon dynamics in classic Milankovitch theory even though the monsoon prevails over the vast low-latitude (¡«30¡ã N to ¡«30¡ã S) region that covers half of the Earth¡¯s surface and receives the bulk of solar radiation.





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