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Argon Stable Isotope Concentrations in Lunar Regolith

, Stanford, California. Halas S, 2001. Elemental analysis by isotope dilution technique on example of potassium determination in minerals dated by K/Ar method (in Polish). Elektronika 42: 53-55. Halas S, 2007. Low-blank crucible for argon extraction from minerals at temperatures up to 1550°C. Geochronometria 27:1-3, DOI 10.2478/v10003-007-0014-1. Levine J, Renne PR and Muller RA, 2007. Solar and cosmogenic argon in dated lunar impact spherules. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71(6): 1624

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Isotope record of environmental changes at the Skaliska Basin during the Late Glacial and Holocene

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The human bone oxygen isotope ratio changes with aging

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Stable Isotopes (H, C, S) and the Origin of Baltic Amber

References Coleman ML, Shepherd TJ, Durham JJ, Rouse JE and Moore R, 1982. Reduction of water with zinc for hydrogen isotope analysis. Analytical Chemistry 54(6): 993-995, DOI 10.1021/ac00243a035. Epstein S, Yapp CJ and Hall JH, 1976. The determination of the D/H ratio of non-exchangeable hydrogen in cellulose extracted from aquatic and land plants. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 30(2): 241-251, DOI 10.1016/0012-821X(76)90251-X. Gaigalas A, Halas S and Trembaczowski A, 2007

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Stable carbon isotope analysis of subfossil wood from Austrian Alps

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Stable Isotopes in Tree Rings as Proxies for Winter Precipitation Changes in the Russian Arctic over the Past 150 Years

Report: 16pp. Kohn MJ and Welker JM, 2005. On the temperature correlation of δ 18 O in modern precipitation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 231(1-2): 87-96 DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2004.12.004. Loader NJ, Robertson I, Barker AC, Switsur VR and Waterhouse JS, 1997. An improved technique for the batch processing of small wholewood samples to α-cellulose. Chemical Geology 136(3-4): 313-317 DOI 10.1016/S0009-2541(96)00133-7. McCarroll D and Loader NJ, 2004. Stable isotopes in tree rings

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Carbon isotopes in wood combustion/pyrolysis products: experimental and molecular simulation approaches

; Masiello and Druffel, 1998; Manino and Harvey, 2004 ; Dittmar and Koch, 2006 ; Haberstroh et al., 2006 and Dittmar and Paeng, 2009 ) or in caves ( Chang et al., 2008 ; Gradziński et al., 2003 , 2007 and Joeng et al., 2003 ). The carbon isotopic composition of B/P products is widely used as a proxy in paleoclimatic, paleoecological, archaeological and biological studies or as an isotopic fingerprint ( Bird and Cali, 1998 ; Cressler , 2001 ; Hall et al , 2008; Schmidt et al., 2002 ; Joeng et al., 2003 ; Czimczik et al., 2005 ; Ferio et al., 2006; Chang et al

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A continuous stable isotope record of last interglacial age from the Bulgarian Cave Orlova Chuka

1 Introduction During the Pleistocene period, the Earth’s climate has been dominated by ice age cyclicity, long cold periods (glacials) have been interrupted by shorter and warmer intervals, known as interglacials. The duration of the last interglacial (LIG) has conventionally been set at 129–116 ka based on sea level variations and marine records ( Martinson et al., 1987 ; Dutton and Lambeck, 2012 ; Masson-Delmotte et al., 2013 ; Pedersen et al., 2017 ). In marine sediments, the LIG is defined as Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 5e ( Shackleton, 1969 ). The LIG

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Isotope characterisation of deep aquifers in the Gwda catchment, northern Poland

References Amundson, R., Stern, L., Baisden, T. & Wang, Y., 1998. The isotopic composition of soil and soil-respired CO2. Geoderma 82, 83-114. Clark, I.D. & Fritz, P., 1997. Environmental isotopes in hydrogeology. CRS Press, Boca Raton, 328 pp. Coplen, T.B., 1994. Reporting and stable hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen isotopic abundances. Pure and Applied Chemistry Journal 66, 273-276. Craig, H., 1961. Isotopic variations in meteoric waters. Science 133 (3465): 1702-1703. d’Obyrn, K

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Tree-ring widths and the stable isotope composition of pine tree-rings as climate indicators in the most industrialised part of Poland during CO2 elevation

climatic factors in polluted areas ( Malik et al ., 2012 ). Year-on-year variations in tree-ring widths are mainly caused by meteorological conditions. Industrial pollution impairs the sensitivity of trees to climatic factors. However, the trees retain their year-on-year tree-ring width changes, even during periods of high-pollution emissions. Experiments and analyses of the stable isotope composition of annual tree rings conducted by various scientists (e.g., Craig, 1954 ; Burk and Stuiver, 1981 ; Leavitt and Long, 1982 ; Edwards and Fritz, 1986 ; Ehrelinger

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