Advances in terrestrial and marine carbonate archives – novel proxies and innovative techniques to decipher past climate variability

Dana Felicitas Christine Riechelmann , Maximilian Hansen , Sophie Warken & Michael Weber
The use of carbonate-based paleoclimate archives has gained increasing importance to obtain reliable and detailed information on past climate and environmental variability in order to better understand the modern climate regime and the influence of anthropogenically induced global warming. In the last decades, the diversity of geochemical proxies available in carbonate palaeoclimate archives have emerged rapidly and significantly. Trace elements and traditional stable isotopes of oxygen and carbon have been supplemented with numerous non-traditional stable...
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