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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL033 Oxygen-18 in climate models, observations and palaeo-data

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Wysokinski, A.; Kobylinski, Z.
On the long-term variability of the paleoclimatic NorthGRID data as seen by wavelet analysis

Sime, L.; Tindall, J.; Valdez, P.; Wolff, E.; Röthlisberger, R.
High latitude records of oxygen-18 in a newly isotope enabled model

Helsen, M.; Van de Wal, R.; Van den Broeke, M.
The isotopic composition of present-day Antarctic snow in a Lagrangian atmospheric simulation

Sokratov, S.A.; Golubev, V.N.; Shishkov, A.V.; Konishchev, V.N.; Frolov, D.M.
Post depositional change in isotopic composition of snow by sublimation

Mulitza, S.; Dokken, T.; Kiefer, T.; Paul, A.; Waelbroeck, C.; Weinelt, M.
Oxygen isotope constraints on the glacial Atlantic surface water hydrology

Cox, S.E.; Howe, J.A.; Austin, W.E.N; Shimmield, T.
The salinity:ä18O water relationship in Kongsfjorden, western Spitsbergen, Svalbard.

Sima, A; Paul, A
Phase relationship between ice volume and oxygen-isotope ratios in seawater and calcite during the last glacial cycle: the role of ocean circulation

Mangili, C.; Plessen, B.; Moscariello, A.; Brauer, A.
Effects of detrital material on stable oxygen and carbon isotopes of carbonates from the varved interglacial sequence of the Piánico palaeolake

Austin, W.E.N; Cage, A.G.; Scourse, J.D.
Stable oxygen isotopes in NW European coastal waters: new palaeoceanographic perspectives (withdrawn)

Schlosser, P.; Spieler, A.; Newton, R.; Mortlock, R.; Fairbanks, R.
Distribution of O-18 in the upper water column of the Greenland, Norwegian, and Iceland seas

McGregor, H. V.; Gagan, M. K.
d18O seawater-sea surface salinity relationship for northern coastal Papua New Guinea: Calibration and applications in coral paleoclimatology

Schmidt, G. A.; LeGrande, A. N.; Hoffmann, G.
Deuterium-excess variability in coupled climate change experiments

Fischer, M.; Sturm, K.; Henderson-Sellers, A.; iPILPS Consortium, the
iPILPS: Evaluating water fluxes parameterisation between land-surface and atmosphere using d18O diagnostics (withdrawn)

Paul, A; Mulitza, S
Direct modeling of oxygen isotopes in the ocean during abrupt climate change

Ganssen, G.; Paul, A.
Physical constraints on oxygen-18-based salinity reconstructions

Kelley, M. ; Hoffmann, G. ; Vimeux, F. ; Werner, M.
Application of an isotope-equipped GCM to the reconstruction of ocean temperatures from Vostok deuterium and oxygen-18 data

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