Prof. Dr. Ir. Wahjoe S Hantoro (SP 3)

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1Western Pacific hydroclimate linked to global climate variability over the past two millennia4
(2016) Nature Communications, 7, art. no. 11719, . Cited 4 times.
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2Source-to-sink transport processes of fluvial sediments in the South China Sea18
(2016) Earth-Science Reviews, 153, pp. 238-273. Cited 18 times.
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3Natural attrition and growth frequency variations of stalagmites in southwest Sulawesi over the past 530,000 years2
(2016) Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 441, pp. 823-833. Cited 2 times.
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4Coral 13C/12C records of vertical seafloor displacement during megathrust earthquakes west of Sumatra
(2015) Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 432, pp. 461-471.
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5Geoarchaeological finds below Liang Bua (Flores, Indonesia): A split-level cave system for Homo floresiensis?
(2015) Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 440, pp. 533-550.
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6Optimized coral reconstructions of the Indian Ocean Dipole: An assessment of location and length considerations
(2015) Paleoceanography, 30 (10), pp. 1391-1405.
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7Evaluation of morphometric proxies for uplift on sequences of coral reef terraces: A case study from Sumba Island (Indonesia)5
(2015) Geomorphology, 241, pp. 145-159. Cited 5 times.
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8Rapid interhemispheric climate links via the Australasian monsoon during the last deglaciation36
(2013) Nature Communications, 4, art. no. 2908, . Cited 36 times.
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9Abrupt increase in east Indonesian rainfall from flooding of the Sunda Shelf ~9500years ago15
(2013) Quaternary Science Reviews, 74, pp. 273-279. Cited 15 times.
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10Australasian monsoon response to Dansgaard-Oeschger event 21 and teleconnections to higher latitudes4
(2013) Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 369-370, pp. 294-304. Cited 4 times.
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11Preliminary U-series and Thermoluminescence dating of excavated deposits in Liang Bua sub-chamber, Flores, Indonesia4
(2013) Journal of Archaeological Science, 40 (1), pp. 148-155. Cited 4 times.
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12Climatic and tectonic controls on chemical weathering in tropical Southeast Asia (Malay Peninsula, Borneo, and Sumatra)29
(2012) Chemical Geology, 291, pp. 1-12. Cited 29 times.
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13High-resolution stalagmite reconstructions of Australian-Indonesian monsoon rainfall variability during Heinrich stadial 3 and Greenland interstadial 417
(2011) Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 303 (1-2), pp. 133-142. Cited 17 times.
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14Younger Dryas-Holocene temperature and rainfall history of southern Indonesia from δ18O in speleothem calcite and fluid inclusions33
(2010) Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 295 (1-2), pp. 30-36. Cited 33 times.
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15Evidence for Holocene changes in Australian-Indonesian monsoon rainfall from stalagmite trace element and stable isotope ratios66
(2010) Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 292 (1-2), pp. 27-38. Cited 66 times.
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16Oscillations in the southern extent of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool during the mid-Holocene61
(2009) Quaternary Science Reviews, 28 (25-26), pp. 2794-2803. Cited 61 times.
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17Recent intensification of tropical climate variability in the Indian Ocean112
(2008) Nature Geoscience, 1 (12), pp. 849-853. Cited 112 times.
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18Seasonal characteristics of the Indian Ocean Dipole during the Holocene epoch88
(2007) Nature, 445 (7125), pp. 299-302. Cited 88 times.
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19Distribution and temporal changes of lead in the surface seawater in the western Pacific and adjacent seas derived from coral skeletons19
(2006) Environmental Pollution, 144 (3), pp. 1045-1052. Cited 19 times.
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20Coral radiocarbon records of Indian Ocean water mass mixing and wind-induced upwelling along the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia14
(2004) Journal of Geophysical Research C: Oceans, 109 (5), pp. C05003 1-15 - C05003 15-15. Cited 14 times.
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21The Sudden Death of a Coral Reef [1] (multiple letters)6
(2004) Science, 303 (5662), pp. 1293-1294. Cited 6 times.
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22Post-glacial evolution of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and El Niño-Southern oscillation198
(2004) Quaternary International, 118-119, pp. 127-143. Cited 198 times.
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23Coral reef death during the 1997 Indian Ocean Dipole linked to Indonesian wildfires107
(2003) Science, 301 (5635), pp. 952-955. Cited 107 times.
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24Oxygen isotope systematics in Diploastrea heliopora: New coral archive of tropical paleoclimate47
(2003) Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 67 (7), pp. 1349-1358. Cited 47 times.
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25Modern vertical deformation above the Sumatran subduction zone: Paleogeodetic insights from coral microatolls64
(2000) Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 90 (4), pp. 897-913. Cited 64 times.
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26El Nino during the last interglacial period recorded by a fossil coral from Indonesia68
(1999) Geophysical Research Letters, 26 (20), pp. 3129-3132. Cited 68 times.
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27Submergence and uplift associated with the giant 1833 Sumatran subduction earthquake: Evidence from coral microatolls135
(1999) Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 104 (B1), art. no. 1998JB900050, pp. 895-919. Cited 135 times.
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28Quaternary sea level variations in the Pacific-Indian Ocean gateways: Response and impact21
(1997) Quaternary International, 37, pp. 73-80. Cited 21 times.
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29Recent climate variation signals from corals in Timor, Indonesia2
(1997) Quaternary International, 37, pp. 81-87. Cited 2 times.
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30The Sunda and Sahul continental platform: Lost land of the Last Glacial Continent in S.E. Asia14
(1995) Quaternary International, 29-30 (C), pp. 129-134. Cited 14 times.
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31Quaternary uplifted coral reef terraces on Alor Island, East Indonesia25
(1994) Coral Reefs, 13 (4), pp. 215-223. Cited 25 times.
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32A one million-year-long sequence of marine terraces on Sumba Island, Indonesia75
(1993) Marine Geology, 109 (3-4), pp. 221-236. Cited 75 times.
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33Quaternary raised coral-reef terraces on Sumba Island, Indonesia64
(1991) Science, 252 (5014), pp. 1834-1836. Cited 64 times.
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34Quaternary raised reef terraces in the Isle of Sumba (Indonesia)
(1989) Photo Interpretation: Images Aeriennes et Spatiales, 89-1, pp. 17-34.
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