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|Title: ||Understanding climate proxies in southwest-Australian speleothems.|
|Authors: ||Treble, PC|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2008|
|Publisher: ||Royal Swedish Academy of Science|
|Citation: ||Treble, P. C., Fairchild, I. J., & Fischer, M. J. (2008). Understanding climate proxies in southwest-Australian speleothems. PAGES News, 16(3), 17-19.|
|Abstract: ||There are two avenues for comparing speleothem-derived climate proxy data against instrumental climate measurements: Via speleothems that have grown through the 20th century, and by carrying out dripwater monitoring studies. Both provide opportunities to investigate how speleothem geochemistry responds to changes in intra- and inter-annual variations in climatic parameters. © 2008, Royal Swedish Academy of Science|
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