Speleothem Records and Climate

Eds: Harrison SP & Comas-Bru L

Quaternary, 2019

This Special Issue is a product of PAGES' SISAL working group.

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> SISAL: Bringing Added Value to Speleothem Research
Laia Comas-Bru and Sandy P. Harrison


> The Potential of Speleothems from Western Europe as Recorders of Regional Climate: A Critical Assessment of the SISAL Database
Franziska A. Lechleitner, Sahar Amirnezhad-Mozhdehi, Andrea Columbu, Laia Comas-Bru, Inga Labuhn, Carlos Pérez-Mejías and Kira Rehfeld

> The Indian Summer Monsoon from a Speleothem δ18O Perspective—A Review
Nikita Kaushal, Sebastian F. M. Breitenbach, Franziska A. Lechleitner, Ashish Sinha, Vinod C. Tewari, Syed Masood Ahmad, Max Berkelhammer, Shraddha Band, Madhusudan Yadava, Rengaswamy Ramesh and Gideon M. Henderson

> A Window into Africa’s Past Hydroclimates: The SISAL_v1 Database Contribution
Kerstin Braun, Carole Nehme, Robyn Pickering, Mike Rogerson and Nick Scroxton

> Speleothem Paleoclimatology for the Caribbean, Central America, and North America
Jessica L. Oster, Sophie F. Warken, Natasha Sekhon, Monica M. Arienzo and Matthew Lachniet

> Late Quaternary Variations in the South American Monsoon System as Inferred by Speleothems—New Perspectives using the SISAL Database
Michael Deininger, Brittany Marie Ward, Valdir F. Novello and Francisco W. Cruz

> The Asian Summer Monsoon: Teleconnections and Forcing Mechanisms—A Review from Chinese Speleothem δ18O Records
Haiwei Zhang, Yassine Ait Brahim, Hanying Li, Jingyao Zhao, Gayatri Kathayat, Ye Tian, Jonathan Baker, Jian Wang, Fan Zhang, Youfeng Ning, R. Lawrence Edwards and Hai Cheng

> Speleothems from the Middle East: An Example of Water Limited Environments in the SISAL Database
Yuval Burstyn, Belen Martrat, Jordi F. Lopez, Eneko Iriarte, Matthew J. Jacobson, Mahjoor Ahmad Lone and Michael Deininger

> Speleothem Records from the Eastern Part of Europe and Turkey—Discussion on Stable Oxygen and Carbon Isotopes
Zoltán Kern, Attila Demény, Aurel Perşoiu and István Gábor Hatvani


> Response to Comments by Daniel Gebregiorgis et al. "A Brief Commentary on the Interpretation of Chinese Speleothem δ18O Records as Summer Monsoon Intensity Tracers"
Haiwei Zhang, Hai Cheng, Jonathan Baker and Gayatri Kathayat

> A Brief Commentary on the Interpretation of Chinese Speleothem δ18O Records as Summer Monsoon Intensity Tracers
Daniel Gebregiorgis, Steven C. Clemens, Ed C. Hathorne, Liviu Giosan, Kaustubh Thirumalai and Martin Frank




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