Overview of the oxygen isotope systematics of land snails from North America
Continental paleoclimate proxies with near-global coverage are rare. Land snail δ18O is one of the few proxies abundant in Quaternary sediments ranging from the tropics to the high Arctic tundra. However, its application in paleoclimatology remains difficult, attributable in part to limitations in published calibration studies. Here we present...
Reconstructing millennial-scale hydrologic variability of nearshore environments of south Florida during the Holocene- Lauren Toth
Peatland responses to centennial and millennial-scale changes in North Pacific hydroclimate- Miriam Jones
Characterizing and dating manganese oxide deposits in the central and southern Appalachian Mountains- Daniel Doctor
Holocene seasonal climatology in south-central Alaska from intra-annual oxygen and carbon isotopes of fossil wood- Lesleigh Anderson
Sr/Ca and linear extension data for five modern Orbicella faveolata colonies from Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida, USA
Devils Hole, Nevada—A photographic story of a restricted subaqueous environment
This report presents selected photographic images taken by the author during U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) research into paleoclimatology and geochemistry in Devils Hole cavern during 1984 to 1993 in cooperation with the National Park Service. The unaltered suite of photographs was prepared by the USGS dive team as an aid to assist nondiving...