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Investigating stable oxygen and carbon isotopic variability in speleothem records over the last millennium using multiple isotope-enabled climate models

A new paper has been published by the Speleothem Isotopes Synthesis and AnaLysis (SISAL) working group!

This paper examines the global relationships between speleothems and climate models. It also investigates the importance of using multi-model means for data-models and how karst plays an important role in determining the most appropriate model.

"This study includes data compiled by SISAL (Speleothem Isotopes Synthesis and Analysis), a working group of the Past Global Changes (PAGES) project. PAGES received support from the Swiss Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The project is in part inspired by discussions at the SISAL 4th workshop: Exploiting the SISALv2 database for evaluating climate processes, Xi'an, China, 14–18 October 2019. "

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