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A B S T R A C T Although the isotopic composition of precipitation is widely used in global climate change studies, use of water vapour isotopes is considerably more limited. Here we present the results from 9 yr of atmospheric vapour measurements in the Eastern Mediterranean, at a site in Israel. The measurements show a strong mean seasonal cycle of about 4‰ in 18 O (peaking around July). This seasonality could not be adequately explained by changes in surface interactions or in air massdoi:10.3402/tellusb.v60i4.16953 fatcat:sr4xntihpfbnfliutsloew4lcm