Age determination and grwoth rates of stalagmites and stalactites from the Okshola cave, Fauske, northern Norway, supplement to: Linge, Henriette; Lauritzen, Stein-Erik; Andersson, Carin; Hansen, J K; Skoglund, Rannveig O; Sundqvist, H S (2009): Stable isotope records for the last 10000 years from Okshola cave (Fauske, northern Norway) and regional comparisons. Climate of the Past, 5(4), 667-682

Henriette Linge, Stein-Erik Lauritzen, Carin Andersson, J K Hansen, Rannveig O Skoglund & H S Sundqvist
The sensitivity of terrestrial environments to past changes in heat transport is expected to be manifested in Holocene climate proxy records on millennial to seasonal timescales. Stalagmite formation in the Okshola cave near Fauske (northern Norway) began at about 10.4 ka, soon after the valley was deglaciated. Past monitoring of the cave and surface has revealed stable modern conditions with uniform drip rates, relative humidity and temperature. Stable isotope records from two stalagmites provide time-series...
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