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    • Provenance and Weathering of Clays Delivered to the Bay of Bengal During the Middle Miocene: Linkages to Tectonics and Monsoonal Climate 

      Bretschneider, LisaORCIDiD; Hathorne, Ed C.ORCIDiD; Huang, HuangORCIDiD; Lübbers, JuliaORCIDiD; Kochhann, Karlos G. D.ORCIDiD; Holbourn, AnnORCIDiD; Kuhnt, WolfgangORCIDiD; Thiede, RasmusORCIDiD; Gebregiorgis, DanielORCIDiD; Giosan, LiviuORCIDiD; Frank, MartinORCIDiD (Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 2021-02-24)
      Tectonics and regional monsoon strength control weathering and erosion regimes of the watersheds feeding into the Bay of Bengal, which are important contributors to global climate evolution via carbon cycle feedbacks. The ...
    • Subsurface Moisture Regulates Himalayan Groundwater Storage and Discharge 

      Illien, L.ORCIDiD; Andermann, C.ORCIDiD; Sens‐Schönfelder, C.; Cook, K. L.ORCIDiD; Baidya, K. P.; Adhikari, L. B.ORCIDiD; Hovius, N.ORCIDiD (AGU Advances, 2021-05-18)
      Through the release of groundwater, most mountain rivers run year‐round despite their small catchments and sporadic precipitation. This makes mountain ranges important sources of reliable freshwater for downstream populations ...