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  1. Interpretation and application of carbon isotope ratios in freshwater diatom silica

    Webb, M., Barker, P. A., Wynn, P. M., Heiri, O., van Hardenbroek, M., Frances, P., Russell, J., Stott, A. W. & Leng, M., 05/2016, In : Journal of Quaternary Science. 31, 4, p. 300-309 10 p.

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  2. Cave monitoring and the potential for palaeoclimate reconstruction from Cueva de Asiul, Cantabria (N. Spain)

    Smith, A., Wynn, P., Barker, P., Leng, M., Noble, S. & Stott, A., 01/2016, In : International Journal of Speleology. 45, 1, p. 1-9 9 p.

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  3. Late Holocene climate reconstructions for the Russian steppe, based on mineralogical and magnetic properties of buried palaeosols.

    Alekseev, A., Alekseeva, T., Maher, B. A. & Demkin, V., 11/06/2007, In : Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 249, 1-2, p. 103-127 25 p.

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  4. Magnetic mineralogy of soils across the Russian Steppe: climatic dependence of pedogenic magnetite formation.

    Maher, B. A., Alekseev, A. & Alekseeva, T., 5/12/2003, In : Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 201, 3-4, p. 321-341 21 p.

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  5. Oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica and authigenic calcite from Lake Pinarbasi, Turkey

    Leng, M., Barker, P., Greenwood, P., Roberts, N. & Reed, J., 04/2001, In : Journal of Paleolimnology. 25, 3, p. 343-349 7 p.

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  6. Age models, sediment fluxes and palaeoclimatic reconstructions for the Chinese loess and palaeosol sequences.

    Thompson, R. & Maher, B. A., 11/1995, In : Geophysical Journal Royal Astronomical Society. 123, 2, p. 611-622 12 p.

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