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Volcanism and the Little Ice Age
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Bipolar Changes in Atmospheric Circulation During the Little Ice Age
Annually dated ice cores from Siple Dome, West Antarctica, and central Greenland indicate that meridional atmospheric circulation intensity increased in the polar South Pacific and North Atlantic atExpand
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The Mt Logan Holocene—late Wisconsinan isotope record: tropical Pacific—Yukon connections
The ice core recovered from Prospector Russell Col on Mt Logan (5.4 km a.s.l.), in the Yukon spans over 20 000 years. This unique record offers a Pacific view of the stable isotope and chemicalExpand
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ECMWF Analyses and Reanalyses Depiction of ENSO Signal in Antarctic Precipitation
The El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) signal in Antarctic precipitation is evaluated using European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) operational analyses and ECMWF 15-yr (1979-93)Expand
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Experimentally determined Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca ratios in juvenile bivalve calcite for Mytilus edulis: implications for paleotemperature reconstructions
To further evaluate the potential use of Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca ratios as a paleothermometer in the shell carbonate of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis, we grew juvenile mussels (∼15 mm shell height; <2 yearsExpand
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Impact of preindustrial biomass-burning emissions on the oxidation pathways of tropospheric sulfur and nitrogen
[1] Ice core measurements (H2O2 and CH4/HCHO) and modeling studies indicate a change in the oxidation capacity of the atmosphere since the onset of the Industrial Revolution due to increases inExpand
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Sea level pressure variability in the Amundsen Sea region inferred from a West Antarctic glaciochemical record
Using European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) numerical operational analyses, sea ice extent records, and station pressure data, we investigate the influence of sea level pressureExpand
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Experimental Determination of Salinity, Temperature, Growth, and Metabolic Effects on Shell Isotope Chemistry of Mytilus edulis Collected from Maine and Greenland
[1] To study the effects of temperature, salinity, and life processes (growth rates, size, metabolic effects, and physiological/genetic effects) on newly precipitated bivalve carbonate, we quantifiedExpand
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El Niño suppresses Antarctic warming
Here we present new isotope records derived from snow samples from the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica and re-analysis data of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ERA-40) toExpand
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Stable-Isotopic Composition of Precipitation Over the Northern Slope of the Central Himalaya
Stable-water-isotope data (6D and δ 18 O) from three groups of samples (fresh-snow and snow-pit samples collected on Qomolangma (Mount Everest) and Xixabangma during field seasons 1997, 1998 andExpand
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