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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL26 Biogenic Opal and the Reconstruction of Paleonenvironmental Conditions of Land and Sea (co-listed in BG, OS & SSP)

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Lopes, C.; Mix, A.; Abrantes, F.
Diatom transfer functions for sea surface temperature and productivity in upwelling regimes: a canonical correspondence analysis approach

Crosta, X.; Crespin, J.; Billy, I.; Ther, O.
Holocene climate changes in the Adélie Land region (East Antarctica) as recorded by diatoms

Barker, P.A.; Street-Perrott, F.A.
Millennial scale variability in the biogeochemical silica cycle on East African mountains

Shemesh, A.
Reconstructing marine and continental environments using stable isotopes of diatom-opal.

Cortese, G.; Gersonde, R.; Hillenbrand, C.-D.; Kuhn, G.
Evolution of the Antarctic Opal Belt during the Late Neogene

Lee, S.-J.
Paleoenvironmental analysis of Late Quaternary diatom flora from the Ulleung Basin, Korea

Abelmann, A.; Jacot des Combes, H.; Shemesh, A.; Gersonde, R.
Radiolarian oygen isotope records from the Southern Ocean - a new proxy for stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental reconstructions (withdrawn)

Gersonde, R.; Abelmann, A.; Crosta , X.; Jacot des Combes , H.; Shemesh, A.; Armand, L.
The Southern Ocean at the Last Glacial Maximum – A circum-Antarctic view based on siliceous microfossil records

Reynolds, B; Frank, M; Halliday, A; Jaccard, S
North Pacific nutrient response to initiation of Norhtern Hemisphere Glaciation

Jacot Des Combes, H.; Gersonde, R.; Shemesh, A.; Kuhn, G.; Wittling, T.; Abelmann, A.
Last glacial to Holocene productivity in the Southern Ocean (Antarctic Zone) - Assessment of stable isotope records from diatoms

Geibert, W.; Rutgers van der Loeff, M.M.; Usbeck, R.; Gersonde, R.; Kuhn, G.; Seeberg-Elverfeldt, J.
Silica accumulation rates in surface sediments of the Southern Ocean corrected for sediment redistribution

Seeberg-Elverfeldt, J.; Schlüter, M.; Gersonde, R.; Cortese, G.; Kuhn, G.; Wittling, T.
Spatial pattern of BSi-Dissolution-Index in the Southern Ocean

Romero, O.
Oceanographic Control of Siliceous Productivity in the South Western Atlantic during the last Two Glacial Cycles

Lücke, A.; Moschen, R.; Rings, A. ; Schleser, G.H.
Oxygen isotopes of biogenic silica: Recent technical developments and lacustrine temperature calibration study

Conley, D.J.
The ups and downs of biogenic silica records in lacustrine and marine sediments (withdrawn)

Kotrys, B.; Abelmann, A.
A Late Pleistocene radiolarian-based environmental reconstruction from the eastern Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean

Yool, A; Tyrrell, T
Implications of a quantitative model for Cenozoic opal burial

Jaccard, T.; Ariztegui, D.; Wilkinson, K. J.
Assessing the meaning of trace elements incorporated in biogenic opal: an integrated field and laboratory approach

Brémond, L; Alexandre, A; Vincens, A; Hely, C; Williamson, D ; Guiot, J
New quantitative relationships between phytolith assemblages, vegetation and climate parameters. Application to a 50,000 yr crater lake core in Tanzania

Sarmiento, J.; Gruber, N.; Brzezinski, M.
Controls on the silicic acid distribution in the ocean

Tréguer, P.; Beucher, C.
The silica cycle in the modern and past ocean : updated views

Ragueneau, O.; Gallinari, M.; Bucciarelli, E.; Leynaert, A. ; Claquin@, P.
Does Fe limitation really decrease diatom dissolution?

Eckert, C.; Wirth, R.; Wiedenbeck, M.
Ultrastructure- and element analysis on large biogenic silica structures - the anchoring spicule of hexactinellid sponge Monorhaphis chuni (Schulze, 1904)

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