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All abstracts by Avner Ayalon in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2017) Measuring Seasonal Hydroclimate Dynamics in Speleothems
Orland I, Edwards L, Bar-Matthews M, Kozdon R, Cheng H, Ayalon A & Valley J

(2011) 1500 yr Cyclicity during Mid-Holocene in the Eastern Mediterranean
Bar-Matthews M & Ayalon A

(2011) Kinetic Isotopes Effects in Speleothems: Insight from Clumped Isotopes and Fluid Inclusions
Affek H, Zaarur S, Kluge T, Matthews A, Burstein Y, Ayalon A & Bar-Matthews M

(2010) Ion Microprobe Analysis of δ18O in Speleothems as a Source of Sub-Annual-Resolution Climate Records
Orland I, Bar-Matthews M, Ayalon A, Kita N & Valley J

(2009) A Fossil Oceanic Core Complex in the Troodos Ophiolite, Cyprus: Field and Isotope Evidence
Katzir Y, Nuriel P, Abelson M, Valley JW, Matthews A, Spicuzza MJ & Ayalon A

(2008) Seasonal Climate Change as Revealed by Ion Microprobe Analysis of δ18O in Soreq Cave (Israel) Speleothems
Orland I, Bar-Matthews M, Kita N, Ayalon A, Matthews A & Valley J

(2008) Relations between Mediterranean Cyclones and African Monsoon from Speleothems of Negev Desert, Israel
Vaks A, Bar-Matthews M, Ayalon A, Matthews A & Frumkin A

(2006) Can high-resolution marine and land records resolve Atlantic vs. monsoonal system signals in the Eastern Mediterranean region?
Bar-Matthews M, Ayalon A, Almogi-Labin A, Schilman B & Kadosh D

(2006) Climatic window for the “Out of Africa” exodus of early modern humans: evidence from desert stalactites
Vaks A, Bar-Matthews M, Ayalon A, Matthews A, Halicz L & Frumkin A

(2006) Topographic- and density-driven fluids as sources of iron mineralization and dolomitization adjacent to the Dead Sea Transform
Matthews A, Erel Y, Listovsky N, Groscz S, Ayalon A, Avni Y & Ilani S

(2004) Temperature Variations during the Last 140 kyr in the Eastern Mediterranean Based on Alkenones and Speleothem Fluid Inclusions
Ayalon A, Bar-Matthews M, Almogi-Labin A, Kolosovsky E, Shriki D, Schilman B & Aizenshtat Z

(2004) Tracking Humid-Dry Cycles in Northeastern Sahara: The Negev Desert, Israel during the Pleistocene
Bar-Matthews M, Vaks A, Ayalon A, Almogi-Labin A & Halicz L

(2004) Oxygen and Iron Isotope Tracing of Metallic-Element Migration in the Continental Sub-Surface
Matthews A, Erel Y, Grosz S, Ilani S, Ayalon A & Halicz L

(2002) Implications for Post-Sapropel Aridity on Land in the Eastern Mediterranean Region
Bar-Matthews M, Ayalon A, Gilmour M, Matthews A & Hawkesworth C

(2002) Climatic Conditions in the Eastern Mediterranean Region during Glacial Marine Isotopic Stage 6
Ayalon A

(2002) Hydrological Stability in Carbonate Aquifers over the Last 250kyr as Reflected by 234U/238U in Groundwater, Speleothems and Tufa
Gavrieli I, Bar-Matthews M, Halicz L, Ayalon A, Gur D & Burg A

(2002) Palaeohydrology in the Eastern Mediterranean from Speleothem Fluid Inclusion D/H Analyses
McGarry S, Bar-Matthews M, Matthews A & Ayalon A

(2002) The Relationship between the Marine and the Terrestrial (Speleothems) Climatic Record during the Last 80 ka in the Eastern Mediterranean
Almogi-Labin A, Bar-Matthews M, Paterne M, Ayalon A & Schilman B

(2002) A Wiggle-Matching Technique Applied to the Dating of Damaged Cave Deposits and Compilation of a Long- Term Paleoseismic Record, Soreq Cave, Israel
Kagan E, Bar-Matthews M, Ayalon A & Agnon A

(2000) Indications of Late Holocene Climate Change from Stable Isotope Variations in Soil Organic Carbon, Pedogenic Calcite and Land Snails from the Southern Great Lakes Region, Canada
Ayalon A & Longstaffe FJ

(2000) Variation of Palaeoclimate in the Eastern Mediterranean Region – as Derived from Speleothems in Various Climate Regimes in Israel
Bar-Matthews M, Gilmour M, Ayalon A, Vax A, Kaufmann A, Frumkin A & Hawkesworth C

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