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Crop water status from plant stable carbon isotope values: A test case for monsoonal climates
Stable carbon isotope analysis is increasingly used in archaeology as an indicator of crop water status and/or water management regime. While the technique shows promise, robust modern baseline studies are required to inform and validate archaeological interpretations. Here, we test stable carbon isotope values as a crop water status proxy in a monsoonal climatic context for the first time. Specifically, we test the relationship between grain stable carbon isotope values (δ13Cgrain), waterdoi:10.17863/cam.69739 fatcat:yaig6zqnpjeifc4y4vzvy7h64q