Unit Affiliation: Geochemistry, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO)
The project will better characterize the evolution of ENSO during the Holocene using speleothems from Borneo. The team will complete a continuous U/Th-dated high-resolution reconstruction of interannual to decadal hydrological variability.
OUTCOMES: Collected and analyzed hundreds of samples. The results show that there was significantly less variation from ~6kyr BP to ~3kyr BP which matches coral records from the region, but not sediment records.
DATASETS: Data is available at https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/paleo-search/study/19885
Character, Timing and Origins of the Late Neoproterozoic Shuram-Wonoka Carbon Isotope Excursion and Associated Paleocanyons in South Australia
Collaborative Research: Constraining Arc Processes Through Comprehensive Geochemical Study of the Chilean Southern Volcanic Zone
Collaborative Research: Deglacial ice dynamics in the Weddell Sea embayment using sediment provenance
Collaborative Research: East Antarctic Outlet Glacier Contributions to the Ross Sea from Chronology of Detrital Grains