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Influence of orbital forcing and solar activity on water isotopes in precipitation during the mid- and late Holocene
Climate of the Past
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> In this study we investigate the impact of mid- and late Holocene orbital forcing and solar activity on variations of the oxygen isotopic composition in precipitation. The investigation is motivated by a recently published speleothem &delta;<sup>18</sup>O record from the well-monitored Bunker Cave in Germany. The record reveals some high variability on multi-centennial to millennial scales that does not linearly correspond to orbital forcing. Our model study isdoi:10.5194/cp-9-13-2013 fatcat:ukc3rhbbrjaqnex2adwtavouqy