Re-evaluation of the composition of sediments from the Murray Darling Basin of Australia as a Potential Source Area for airborne dust to EPICA Dome C in Antarctica. Reply to Comment on "Lead isotopic evidence for an Australian source of aeolian dust to Antarctica at times over the last 170,000 years" by P. De Deckker, M. Norman, I.D. Goodwin, A. Wain and F.X. Gingele
We re-examined the data presented by De Deckker et al. (2010; Lead isotopic evidence for an Australian source of aeolian dust to Antarctica at times over the last 170, 000. years. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 285, 205-223), which argued for some parts of the Murray Darling Basin (MDB) in south-eastern Australia to have been potential source areas (PSA) for dust in the EPICA Dome C ice core. This was done in light of the comments tabled by Kamber et al. (Comment on "Lead...[Show more]
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