A first evaluation of the spatial gradients in δ18O recorded by European Holocene speleothems. / McDermott, F.; Atkinson, T.C.; Fairchild, I.J.; Baldini, L.M.; Mattey, D.P.

In: Global and Planetary Change, Vol. 79 , No. 3-4, 12.2011, p. 275–287.

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A first evaluation of the spatial gradients in δ18O recorded by European Holocene speleothems. / McDermott, F.; Atkinson, T.C.; Fairchild, I.J.; Baldini, L.M.; Mattey, D.P.

In: Global and Planetary Change, Vol. 79 , No. 3-4, 12.2011, p. 275–287.

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McDermott, F, Atkinson, TC, Fairchild, IJ, Baldini, LM & Mattey, DP 2011, 'A first evaluation of the spatial gradients in δ18O recorded by European Holocene speleothems', Global and Planetary Change, vol. 79 , no. 3-4, pp. 275–287. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2011.01.005

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McDermott, F., Atkinson, T. C., Fairchild, I. J., Baldini, L. M., & Mattey, D. P. (2011). A first evaluation of the spatial gradients in δ18O recorded by European Holocene speleothems. Global and Planetary Change, 79 (3-4), 275–287. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2011.01.005

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McDermott F, Atkinson TC, Fairchild IJ, Baldini LM, Mattey DP. A first evaluation of the spatial gradients in δ18O recorded by European Holocene speleothems. Global and Planetary Change. 2011 Dec;79 (3-4):275–287. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloplacha.2011.01.005

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McDermott, F. ; Atkinson, T.C. ; Fairchild, I.J. ; Baldini, L.M. ; Mattey, D.P. / A first evaluation of the spatial gradients in δ18O recorded by European Holocene speleothems. In: Global and Planetary Change. 2011 ; Vol. 79 , No. 3-4. pp. 275–287.

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abstract = "Oxygen isotope ratios in Holocene stalagmites decrease systematically in an easterly direction across Europe, reflecting zonal flow and progressive rainout. ► Speleothem δ18O longitudinal gradients decrease gradually during the course of the Holocene. ► Speleothems from Mediterranean-influenced cave sites exhibit higher δ18O values than those predicted by the regional longitudinal trends. ► δ18O in speleothems deposited in high elevation sites are lower than those predicted by the regional longitudinal trends. ► The first-order δ18O variability in European Holocene speleothems can be predicted from time-dependent linear regression models.",
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