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Arid and humid phases in southern Spain during the last 4000 years: the Zoñar Lake record, Córdoba
A multiproxy study of sediment cores from Zoñar Lake (37°29′00″N, 4°41′22″W, 300 m a.s.l.) supported by 11 14C AMS dates provides the first high-resolution centennial-scale reconstruction of pastExpand
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Late Holocene climate variability in the southwestern Mediterranean region: an integrated marine and terrestrial geochemical approach
Abstract. A combination of marine (Alboran Sea cores, ODP 976 and TTR 300 G) and terrestrial (Zonar Lake, Andalucia, Spain) geochemical proxies provides a high-resolution reconstruction of climateExpand
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Climate variability in the Spanish Pyrenees during the last 30,000 yr revealed by the El Portalet sequence
Abstract Palynological, sedimentological and stable isotopic analyses of carbonates and organic matter performed on the El Portalet sequence (1802 m a.s.l., 42°48′00ʺN, 0°23′52ʺW) reflect theExpand
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The Medieval Climate Anomaly in the Iberian Peninsula reconstructed from marine and lake records
Abstract Selected multi-proxy and accurately dated marine and terrestrial records covering the past 2000 years in the Iberian Peninsula (IP) facilitated a comprehensive regional paleoclimateExpand
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Stable isotope records of Late Quaternary climate and hydrology from Mediterranean lakes : the ISOMED synthesis
Lake isotope records can be used to assess the spatial coherency of Late Quaternary climate change across the circum-Mediterranean region. We place modern and palaeo-data within a simple conceptualExpand
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Palaeolimnological evidence for an east-west climate see-saw in the Mediterranean since AD 900
article During the period of instrumental records, the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) has strongly influenced inter- annual precipitation variations in the western Mediterranean, while some easternExpand
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Holocene climate variability, vegetation dynamics and fire regime in the central Pyrenees: the Basa de la Mora sequence (NE Spain)
Abstract High resolution multiproxy data (pollen, sedimentology, geochemistry, chironomids and charcoal) from the Basa de la Mora (BSM) lake sequence (42° 32′ N, 0° 19′ E, 1914 m a.s.l.) show markedExpand
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Early to Mid-Holocene Aridity in Central Chile and the Southern Westerlies: The Laguna Aculeo Record (34°S)
Abstract Central Chile (32–35°S) lies at the northern border of strong Westerly influence and thus exhibits a steep precipitation gradient. Therefore, the palaeoclimatic archives in the region areExpand
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Holocene Climate in the Northern Great Plains Inferred from Sediment Stratigraphy, Stable Isotopes, Carbonate Geochemistry, Diatoms, and Pollen at Moon Lake, North Dakota
Abstract Seismic stratigraphy, sedimentary facies, pollen stratigraphy, diatom-inferred salinity, stable isotope (δ 18 O and δ 13 C), and chemical composition (Sr/Ca and Mg/Ca) of authigenicExpand
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Palaeohydrology of Laguna de Tagua Tagua (34° 30′ S) and moisture fluctuations in Central Chile for the last 46 000 yr
Central Chile (32-35 � S) lies at the northern border of the strong influence of the westerly circulation belt and thus exhibits a steep rainfall gradient. A new core from Laguna de Tagua Tagua (34 �Expand
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