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  List of Accepted Contributions - AS1.07/CL31 Oxygen-18 in climate models, observations and paleo-data (co-organized by CL) (co-listed in BG)

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Sodemann, H; Masson-Delmotte, V; Schwierz, C; Wernli, H
Isotopic variation in Greenland precipitation in relation to changes in atmospheric moisture transport

Thiemens, M
The use of 17O and 18O in paleo sulfate and nitrates to deduce past climate and chemistry

Sima, A.; Paul, A.; Schulz, M.; Oerlemans, J.
Modeling the oxygen-isotopic composition of the North American Ice Sheet and the induced isotopic enrichment of the ocean during the last glacial cycle

Birks, S.J.; Hoffmann, G.; Edwards, T.; Kelley, M.
Interannual variability in isotope-climate relations: Model-data comparisons for the northern Great Plains

Werner, M; SWING Project Members
The Stable Water Isotope Intercomparison Group (SWING) - evaluation of 3 different isotope GCMs

Kelley, M.; Hoffmann, G.
A comparative analysis of the responses of temperature and oxygen-18 of precipitation to atmospheric circulation anomalies

Aggarwal, P.; Alduchov, O.; Gourcy, L.
An analysis of long-term isotope records from the global network of isotopes in precipitation (GNIP) (withdrawn)

Alexandre, A; Sonzogni, C; Sylvestre, F; Basile-Doelsh , I; Meunier, JD; Colin, F
Oxygen isotope analyses of fine powders using laser-extraction technique: application to sandstone and silcrete quartz cement analysis and comparison with oxygen isotope data obtained from ion microprobe analyses

Rosales, I.; Robles, S.; Quesada, S.
Oxygen isotope, Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca records of Lower Jurassic belemnites shells: implications for the interpretation of the isotopic record of old fossils and changes of ancient seawater paleotemperature

Rigozo, N. R.; Evangelista, H.; Nordemann, D.J.R; Echer, E.; Echer, M. P.
Solar and Climate Variation Relationship Searched by Studying Oxygen-18 Time Series from Antarctica

Schotterer, U.; Stichler, W.; Hoffmann, G.; Ginot, P.
The double isotopic record (d18O,dD) from the Cero Tapado, Northern Chile: A combined data/modelling analysis

Schmidt, G.A.; LeGrande, A.N.; Hoffmann, G.; Thresher, D.
Coupled modelling of water isotopes

von Grafenstein, U.
Isotope record from Lac d'Annecy, France

Helsen, M.; van de Wal, R.; van den Broeke, M.; Masson-Delmotte, V.; Meijer, H.; Scheele, M.; Werner, M.
Modelling oxygen-18 variability of snow in western Droning Maud Land, Antarctica using backward trajectories

Paul, A.; Mulitza, S.
Direct modeling of oxygen isotopes in the ocean during and since the last deglaciation

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