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The response of Asian monsoon variability to orbital forcing is still unclear, and all hypotheses are controversial. We present a record of the sea surface temperature difference (∆SST) between the South China Sea and the other Western Pacific Warm Pool regions as a proxy for the intensity of the Asian winter monsoon, because the 5 winter cooling of the South China Sea is caused by the cooling of surface water at the northern margin and the southward advection of cooled water due to winterdoi:10.5194/cpd-9-4229-2013 fatcat:kz7a4hoxc5alhgvw4maesuztgy