166 Assessment of Speleothem Paleoenvironment Proxies Using Studies in Modern Karst Systems

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Sunday, 5 October 2008: 1:30 PM-4:45 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 332AD

Jay Banner and Isabel Montanez
1:30 PM
Cave Monitoring and Calibration of a δ18O – Climate Transfer Function in Gibraltar
David Mattey, Royal Holloway; Tim Atkinson, University College London; Ian Fairchild, University of Birmingham; Matt Fisher, ANSTO
1:50 PM
Hydrochemical and Isotopic Variability of Cave Drip Water with Increasing Elevation, Vancouver Island, Canada
Patricia A. Beddows, McMaster University; Derek C. Ford, McMaster University; Henry P. Schwarcz; Ren Zhang
2:05 PM
Seasonal Variations of Cave Dripwater Trace Element Ratios in Central Texas: Implications for Speleothem Geochemical Records
Corinne Wong, The University of Texas at Austin; Jay Banner, University of Texas at Austin; MaryLynn Musgrove, U.S. Geological Survey
2:20 PM
2:35 PM
Temporal Variability of Cave-Air CO2 in Central Texas
Brian D. Cowan, The University of Texas at Austin; Michael C. Osborne, Stanford University; Jay L. Banner, The University of Texas at Austin
2:50 PM
A Global Model for Seasonal Preservation Bias In Speleothem Proxy Records
Eric W. James, The University of Texas at Austin; Jay L. Banner, The University of Texas at Austin
3:05 PM
3:20 PM
Five Centuries of ENSO and PDO from a South Pacific Stalagmite
Cristina Montana Puscas, University of Alabama; Paul Aharon, University of Alabama
3:35 PM
Testing Speleothem Proxies of the Asian Monsoon: Modern Calibration Results from Heshang Cave, China
Kathleen R. Johnson, University of California, Irvine; Chaoyong Hu, China University of Geosciences; Gideon M. Henderson, Oxford University
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