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作者:Dominique Genty , Romain Sasco ...
来源:[J].PLoS ONE(IF 3.73), 2017, Vol.11 (1)DOAJ
摘要:Among the paintings and engravings found in the Chauvet-Pont d'Arc cave (Ardèche, France), several peculiar spray-shape signs have been previously described in the Megaloceros Gallery. Here we document the occurrence of strombolian volcanic activity located 35 km northwest o...
作者:Dominique Genty , Lisa M. Baldini ...
来源:[J].Nature Communications(IF 10.015), 2019, Vol.10 (1), pp.1-7DOAJ
摘要:δ18O of speleothems are a widely used paleoclimate proxy. Here, the authors conduct a global analysis of cave drip water δ18O compositions and find that drip waters from warmer climates have a seasonal bias toward precipitation δ18O of recharge periods, unlike in cooler clim...
作者:Dominique Genty , Hubert Vonhof ...
来源:[J].Quaternary Science Reviews(IF 4.076), 2015, Vol.110, pp.152-165Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The δ 18 O of speleothem fluid inclusions can provide information about local climate and the atmospheric circulation if the fate of oxygen isotopes from precipitation to the stalagmite is well understood. At Villars cave, SW France, the present-day relationship...
作者:Dominique Genty , Valérie Masson-Delmotte
来源:[J].Dendrochronologia(IF 1.48), 2014, Vol.32 (1), pp.78-89Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)A main concern of dendroclimatic reconstruction is to distinguish in the tree ring proxy the influence of the climate variables of interest from other controlling factors. In order to investigate age, site and climate controls on tree ring width and cellulose δ ...
作者:Dominique Genty , Hélène Valladas ...
来源:[J].Quaternary International(IF 1.962), 2016Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)In this article, we present a first synthesis of the chronology of Cussac Cave (Dordogne, SW France). This deep cavern (1.6 km), discovered in 2000, is very well preserved ( e . g . intact floors) and thus favorable to research, especially given its rare associa...
作者:Dominique Genty , Monique Pierre ...
来源:[J].Quaternary Science Reviews(IF 4.076), 2016, Vol.146, pp.77-98Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The late Pleistocene expansion of anatomically modern humans (AMHs) into Eurasia and the concurrent demise of the Neanderthals appears to be a complex and regionally variable process. The southern Caucasus region, with its rich cave-sites, has recently provided ...
作者:Dominique Genty , Oliver Heiri ...
来源:[J].Quaternary Science Reviews(IF 4.076), 2014, Vol.106, pp.167-185Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Terrestrial records of past climatic conditions, such as lake sediments and speleothems, provide data of great importance for understanding environmental changes. However, unlike marine and ice core records, terrestrial palaeodata are often not available in data...
作者:Dominique Genty , Dominique Blamart ...
来源:[J].Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology(IF 2.745), 2013, Vol.376, pp.122-131Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study focuses on an earlier MIS (marine isotopic stage) 6 flowstone deposit (Vil-car-1 core, Villars Cave, SW-France) that recorded millennial scale climatic events. This speleothem provides a high resolution record of the penultimate glacial period on mid-...
作者:Dominique Genty , Marc Massault
来源:[J].Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta(IF 3.884), 1999, Vol.63 (10), pp.1537-1548Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Twenty-two AMS 14 C measurements have been made on a modern stalagmite from SW France in order to reconstruct the 14 C activity history of the calcite deposit. Annual growth laminae provides a chronology up to 1919 A.D. Results show that the stalagmite 14 C acti...
作者:Dominique Genty , Bassam Ghaleb ...
来源:[J].Comptes rendus - Palevol(IF 1.009), 2004, Vol.3 (8), pp.629-642Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)TIMS U/Th and 14 C AMS ages of the Chauvet cave stalagmites: interest for the chronology of natural and human events of the cave . Eight stalagmites, two flowstones and several pieces of charcoal found trapped under the speleothems from the Chauvet cave (Vallon-...

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