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Annals of Glaciology
The isotope composition of ocean sediments is the chief data source for Pleistocene climatic changes. It is generally believed that the 18O/16O ratio of a sample indicates the global total of glacial ice at the time the sample was deposited. This is roughly correct, but numerous complicating factors limit the accuracy of the isotope proxies.doi:10.1017/s0260305500003463 fatcat:kbrmsvbnubdwzffkp3eu2wd6x4