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Examining glacial-interglacial climate changes by water isotope modelling efforts

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Stable water isotopologues are among the key proxy data to study glacial-interglacial climate changes. A wealth of isotope data sets from numerous paleoclimate archives exists and allows us to examine Quaternary climate variations on a wide range of time scales. Climate models enhanced by stable water isotope diagnostics are successfully to interpret the various records in a quantitative manner. In this talk, I will give a brief introduction on the current state of water isotope modelling efforts in paleoclimate research. I will present recent research studies from Antarctica, the Southern Ocean, and other regions to discuss recent progress and remaining uncertainties of glacial-interglacial temperature reconstructions and further key Quaternary climate changes.

This talk is part of the Quaternary Discussion Group (QDG) series.

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