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Lechleitner, Franziska A; Breitenbach, Sebastian F M; Cheng, Hai; Plessen, Birgit; Rehfeld, Kira; Goswami, Bedartha; Marwan, Norbert; Eroglu, Denize; Adkins, Jess F; Haug, Gerald H (2017): Stable oxygen and carbon isotope record of stalagmite MAW-6. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.884080, In supplement to: Lechleitner, FA et al. (2017): Climatic and in-cave influences on d18O and d13C in a stalagmite from northeastern India through the last deglaciation. Quaternary Research, 88(03), 458-471, https://doi.org/10.1017/qua.2017.72

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Coverage:
Latitude: 25.260000 * Longitude: 91.880000
Minimum DISTANCE: 0.010 cm * Maximum DISTANCE: 20.486 cm
Event(s):
MAW-6 * Latitude: 25.260000 * Longitude: 91.880000 * Elevation: 1320.0 m * Location: Meghalaya Plateau, Northeast India * Method/Device: Speleothem sample (SPS)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DISTANCEDistancecmLechleitner, Franziska AGeocode – depth from top
2AGEAgeka BPLechleitner, Franziska AGeocode
3δ18O, carbonateδ18O carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska Avs. VPDB
4δ18O, carbonateδ18O carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska Aupper CI, vs. VPDB
5δ18O, carbonateδ18O carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska Alower CI, vs. VPDB
6δ18O, carbonateδ18O carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska AIce volume correctedvs. VPDB
7δ18O, carbonateδ18O carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska AIce volume correctedupper CI, vs. VPDB
8δ18O, carbonateδ18O carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska AIce volume correctedlower CI, vs. VPDB
9δ13C, carbonateδ13C carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska Avs. VPDB
10δ13C, carbonateδ13C carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska Aupper CI, vs. VPDB
11δ13C, carbonateδ13C carb‰ PDBLechleitner, Franziska Alower CI, vs. VPDB
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