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Climatic effects of a solar minimum: Grand solar minimum and climate response recorded for first time in same climate archive

Maar lake sediments reveal a grand solar minimum and the climate response recorded for the first time in the same climate archive highlights the need for a more differentiated approach to solar radiation.
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