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Stalagmite record of Indian summer monsoon from Dandak Cave during the past 600-1600 years.
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Key words stalagmite; Indian Dandak Cave; during the past 600-1600 years; Indian summer monsoon; isotope
Relevant data Berkelhammer, M., A. Sinha, M. Mudelsee, H. Cheng, R.L. Edwards, and K. Cannariato. 2010. Persistent multidecadal power of the Indian Summer Monsoon. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 290, Issues 1-2, pp. 166-172, 15 February 2010. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2009.12.017.
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Oxygen isotope results from stalagmite DAN-D, Dandak Cave, India, as a proxy for the Indian Summer Monsoon. Data are updated from those published by Sinha et al. (2007). The d18O record presented here extends high resolution analysis through the entire MCA capturing the transition into and out of this period. The d18O timeseries now contains 1874 isotopic measurements (684 of which were presented in the original publication) spanning ~272 mm of speleothem calcite. Dandak Cave: 19°N and 82°E, 400 m elevation, SE India.
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