Reconstructing the Australasian monsoon over the last 40,000 years using speleothems and palaeoclimate modelling

Claire Elizabeth Krause
Deep atmospheric convection over the western equatorial Pacific occurs at the junction of the rising limbs of the meridional Hadley cells and the Pacific Walker circulation, making it one of the most atmospherically dynamic regions on Earth. Here, interactions between the Australasian monsoon and atmospheric convection result in highly variable regional precipitation patterns across different latitudes. The dynamics of the Australasian monsoon over the past ~40,000 years are relatively well understood at its northern limit...
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