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Magnitude and temporal evolution of Dansgaard–Oeschger event 8 abrupt temperature change inferred from nitrogen and argon isotopes in GISP2 ice using a new least-squares inversion
Contributors: Anais J. Orsi, Bruce D. Cornuelle, Jeffrey P. Severinghaus
... Polar temperature is often inferred from water isotopes in ice cores. However, non-temperature effects on δ18O are important during the abrupt events of the last glacial period, such as changes in the seasonality of precipitation, the northward movement of the storm track, and the increase in accumulation. These effects complicate the interpretation of δ18O as a temperature proxy.