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Climate of the Past
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Explosive volcanism is an important natural climate forcing, impacting global surface temperatures and regional precipitation. Although previous studies have investigated aspects of the impact of tropical volcanism on various ocean–atmosphere systems and regional climate regimes, volcanic eruptions remain a poorly understood climate forcing and climatic responses are not well constrained. In this study, volcanic eruptions are explored in particular reference todoi:10.5194/cp-14-811-2018 fatcat:rcpvskgrwnc55ideatl7dsrh4m