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Stable carbon isotope analysis of subfossil wood from Austrian Alps

[1] Bale RJ, Robertson I, Salzer MW, Loader NJ, Leavitt SW, Gagen M, Harlan TP and McCarroll D, 2011. An annually resolved bristle-cone pine carbon isotope chronology for the last millennium. Quaternary Research 76(1): 22–29, DOI 10.1016/j.yqres.2011.05.004. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.yqres.2011.05.004 [2] Becker B, Kromer B and Trimborn P, 1991. A stable-isotope tree-ring timescale of the Late Glacial/Holocene boundary. Nature 353: 647–649, DOI 10.1038/353647a0. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/353647a0

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

. Isotope compositin (H, C, S) of Baltic amber: a new standard proposal for stable carbon isotope analysis. Abstracts & Programme, 9th International Conference "Methods of Absolute Chronology" 25-27th April 2007, Gliwice, Poland : 35. Halas S and Szaran J, 2001. Improved thermal decomposition of sulfates to SO 2 and mass spectrometric determination of δ 34 S of IAEA SO-5, IAEA SO-6 and NBS-127 sulfate standards. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 15(17): 1618-1620, DOI 10.1002/rcm.416. Kasiński JR and

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

corresponding to all data points inside the 2σ error band ( Hercman and Pawlak, 2012 ). Stable isotopes The samples used for stable isotope analyses were drilled using a Dremel with a drill bit diameter of 0.5 mm. All samples for isotopic profile were taken directly from axial part of stalagmite at approximately 2.0 ± 0.2 mm increments from the stalagmite base at 0 mm to the discontinuity at 1,630 mm, producing 798 samples. Additionally, four profiles were sampled along the growing layers at different distances from the stalagmite base, i.e ., profile I at 122 ± 0.2 mm

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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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An Optimized Snowmelt Lysimeter System for Monitoring Melt Rates and Collecting Samples for Stable Water Isotope Analysis

. Elsevier B.V. DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-444-81546-0.50011-2. Dansgaard, W., 1964. Stable isotopes in precipitation. Tellus, 16, 436-468. DOI: 10.3402/tellusa.v16i4.8993. Dinçer, T., Payne, B.R., Florkowski, T., Martinec, J., Tongiorgi, E., 1970. Snowmelt runoff from measurements of tritium and oxygen-18. Water Resour. Res., 6, 110. DOI: 10.1029/WR006i001p00110. Earman, S., Campbell, A.R., Phillips, F.M., Newman, B.D., 2006. Isotopic exchange between snow and atmospheric water vapor : Estimation of the snowmelt component of

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Use of sulphur and carbon stable-isotope composition of fish scales and muscles to identify the origin of fish

. Ciancio, J.E., Pascual, M.A., Lancelotti, J., Riva Rossi, C., & Botto, F. (2005). Natural colonization and establishment of a Chinook salmon, Oncorchynchus tshawytscha , population in the Santa Cruz River, an Atlantic basin of Patagonia. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 74 (2), 219-227. Ciancio, J. E., Pascual, M. A., Botto, F., Amaya-Santi, M., O'Neal, S., Riva Rossi, C., & Iribarne, O. (2008). Stable isotope profiles of partially migratory salmonid populations in Atlantic rivers of Patagonia. Journal of Fish Biology, 72 (7), 1708-1719. DOI

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Role of stable isotope analyses in reconstructing past life-histories and the provenancing human skeletal remains: a review

References Bartelink E, Berry R, Chesson L. 2014. Stable isotopes and human provenancing. In: X Mallett, T Blythe and R Berry, editors. Advances in Forensic Human Identification. CRC Press 165–92. Bartelink EJ, Berg GE, Beasley MM, Chesson LA. 2014. Application of stable isotope forensics for predicting region of origin of human remains from past wars and conflicts. Ann Anthropol Pract 38(1):124–36. Bastos MQ, Santos RV, de Souza SM, Rodrigues-Carvalho C, Tykot RH et al. 2016. Isotopic study of geographic origins and diet of enslaved Africans

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Late Badenian foraminifers from the Vienna Basin (Central Paratethys): stable isotope study and paleoecological implications

References Báldi K. 2006: Paleoceanography and climate of the Badenian (Middle Miocene 16.4-13.0 Ma) in the Central Paratethys based on foraminifera and stable isotope (δ 13 C and δ 18 O) evidence. Int. J. Earth Sci. 95, 119-142. Bemis B.E., Spero H.J., Bijma J. & Lea D.W. 1998: Reevaluation of the oxygen isotopic composition of planktonic foraminifera: Experimental results and revised paleotemperature equations. Paleoceanography 13, 150-160. Berger W.H., Killingley J

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Climatic signals in tree-ring width and stable isotopes composition of Pinus sylvestris L. Growing in the industrialized area nearby Kędzierzyn-Koźle

response of pines to individual climate factors (temperature, sunshine, precipitation, air humidity) has been observed (for example Sensula et al ., 2015a , 2015b ). The climate changes and industrial pollutant emissions occur during physiological processes responsible for plant growth and also can influence stable isotope composition of wood and its components ( Craig, 1954 ; Farquhar and Lloyd, 1993 ; McCarroll and Loader, 2004 ; Sensuła, 2015 ). There has been much discussion about the biological effects of pollutant pressure on trees, which concerned yearly

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