Seasonally-resolved stable isotope chronologies from northern Thailand deciduous trees

@inproceedings{Poussart2005SeasonallyresolvedSI,
  title={Seasonally-resolved stable isotope chronologies from northern Thailand deciduous trees},
  author={Pascale F. Poussart and Daniel P. Schrag},
  year={2005}
}
Despite the existence of a number of climate proxies, the terrestrial expression of tropical climate variability over the past few centuries remains poorly resolved. We explore the applicability of stable isotope dendroclimatology as a tool for chronology and paleo-hydrology reconstruction on deciduous trees from monsoonal northern Thailand. Analysis of 11 trees coming from 4 different regions of northern Thailand yielded 7 records with varying degrees of δ18O and δ13C seasonality. We develop… CONTINUE READING

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