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Posters CL1.2

CL1.2

Understanding the speleothem archive
Convener: Sophie Verheyden  | Co-Convener: Heather Stoll 
Orals
 / Fri, 17 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room Y8
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 17 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Yellow Posters

Attendance Time: Friday, 17 April 2015, 10:30–12:00
Yellow Posters
Chairperson: Sophie Verheyden and Heather Stoll
Y81
EGU2015-1771
Climate of Late Glacial and Early Holocene in Southern Slovakia reconstructed on the basis of high resolution stable isotope record from cave speleothem
Michał Gąsiorowski, Helena Hercman, Jacek Pawlak, Michał Gradziński, and Pavel Bella

Y82
EGU2015-4061
First results on stable isotopes in fluid inclusions in cryogenic carbonates from Ural Mountains (Russia)
Yuri Dublyansky, Mark Luetscher, Christoph Spötl, Paul Töchterle, and Olga Kadebskaya

Y83
EGU2015-5357
Stable isotopic, petrographic and trace element analyses of two stalagmites from Sirtlanini Cave, SW Turkey: insights into Mid-Late Holocene environmental and climatic change
Emily Peckover, Jennifer Mason, Onur Ozbek, Alina Marca, Peter Rowe, Julian Andrews, Steve Noble, John Brindle, Alper Baba, Alan Kendall, and Sa'ad Al-Omari

Y84
EGU2015-6709
Correcting speleothem oxygen isotopic variations for growth-rate controlled kinetic fractionation effects
Heather Stoll, Ana Moreno, Isabel Cacho, Ana Mendez Vicence, Saul Gonzalez Lemos, Gemma Pirla Casasayas, Hai Cheng, Xianfeng Wang, and R.Lawrence Edwards

Y85
EGU2015-4347
Controls on oxygen isotope variability in precipitation and drip water at eight caves in the monsoon regions of China
wuhui duan, jiaoyang ruan, weijun luo, tingyong li, lijun tian, guangneng zeng, dezhong zhang, yijun bai, jilong li, tao tao, pingzhong zhang, and ming tan

Y86
EGU2015-11303
A speleothem-based trace element reconstruction of westerly wind strength during the Younger Dryas in northern Iberia
Lisa Baldini, Frank McDermott, James Baldini, Pablo Arias, Marian Cueto, Ian Fairchild, Dirk Hoffmann, David Mattey, Wolfgang Müller, Dan Nita, Roberto Ontañón, Cristina Garciá-Moncó, and David Richards

Y87
EGU2015-794
Late Holocene Winter Temperatures in the Eastern Mediterranean and Their Relation to Cultural Changes: The Kocain Cave Record
Ozan Mert Gokturk, Dominik Fleitmann, Seraina Badertscher, Hai Cheng, R Lawrence Edwards, and Okan Tuysuz

Y88
EGU2015-3475
An absolutely dated high-resolution stalagmite record from Lianhua Cave in central China: Climate forcing and comparison with Wanxiang Cave and Dongge Cave records over the past 2000 years
Hong-Chun Li, Jian-Jun Yin, Chuan-Chou Shen, Horng-Sheng Mii, and Ting-Yong Li

Y89
EGU2015-10776
Visible, elemental and UV-luminescence lamination in a recent speleothem from Zoolithencave, southern Germany
Dana F. C. Reichelmann, Klaus Peter Jochum, Rik Tjallingii, Jens Fohlmeister, Detlev K. Richter, Geert-Jan A. Brummer, and Denis Scholz

Y90
EGU2015-3301
Multiple AMS 14C dated stalagmite records from Yelang Cave in Central Guiyang of China: Climate and vegetation reconstruction since the last glaciation
Min Zhao, Hong-Chun Li, Chuan-Chou Shen, Hai-Long Sun, and Horng-Sheng Mii

Y91
EGU2015-8491
Modelling of dead carbon fraction in speleothems: a step towards reliable speleothem 14C-chronologies
Franziska A. Lechleitner, Robert A. Jamieson, Cameron McIntyre, Lisa M. Baldini, James U.L. Baldini, and Timothy I. Eglinton

Y92
EGU2015-11142
High-precision measurements of uranium and thorium isotopic ratios by multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (MC-ICPMS)
Lisheng Wang, Zhibang Ma, and Wuhui Duan

Y93
EGU2015-10413
Preliminary studies of Pliocene speleothems from the Nullarbor Plain, southwest Australia
Safana Sellman, Russell Drysdale, Jon Woodhead, and John Hellstrom

Y94
EGU2015-9683
The Last Interglacial recorded in a Remouchamps cave speleothem (Belgium) –Information on seasonal changes and on the chronology of first climate deteriorations.
Sophie Verheyden, Dominique Genty, Dominique Blamart, Hai Cheng, Florent Hodel, Stef Vansteenberghe, Matthew L. McGavick, David P. Gillikin, and Yves Quinif