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R. J. Weber, Sullivan, A. P., Peltier, R. E., Russell, A., Yan, B., Zheng, M., de Gouw, J., Warneke, C., Brock, C., Holloway, J. S., Atlas, E. L., and Edgerton, E., A study of secondary organic aerosol formation in the anthropogenic-influenced southeastern United States, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, vol. 112, no. D13, 2007.
N. Weber, Antler, G., Lazar, B., Stein, M., Yechieli, Y., and Gavrieli, I., Hydrological and thermodynamic controls on late Holocene gypsum formation by mixing saline groundwater and Dead Sea brine, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 316, pp. 363 - 383, 2022.
R. J. Weber, Sullivan, A. P., Peltier, R. E., Russell, A., Yan, B., Zheng, M., de Gouw, J., Warneke, C., Brock, C., Holloway, J. S., Atlas, E. L., and Edgerton, E., A study of secondary organic aerosol formation in the anthropogenic-influenced southeastern United States, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, vol. 112, no. D13, 2007.
N. Weber, Lazar, B., Stern, O., Burr, G., Gavrieli, I., Roberts, M., Kurz, M. D., Yechieli, Y., and Stein, M., RADIOCARBON RESERVOIR AGES IN THE HOLOCENE DEAD SEAABSTRACT, Radiocarbon, vol. 62, no. 5, pp. 1453 - 1473, 2020.
M. Webb, Carbon, chlorine, and oxygen isotopes as tracers of interbasin groundwater flow at La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, 2007.
B. I. Watson, Williams, J. W., Russell, J. M., Jackson, S. T., Shane, L., and Lowell, T. V., Temperature variations in the southern Great Lakes during the last deglaciation: Comparison between pollen and GDGT proxies, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 182, pp. 78 - 92, 2018.
L. G. Ward, Zaprowski, B. J., Trainer, K. D., and P. Davis, T., Stratigraphy, pollen history and geochronology of tidal marshes in a Gulf of Maine estuarine system: Climatic and relative sea level impacts, MARINE GEOLOGY, vol. 256, pp. 1-17, 2008.
C. P. Ward, Armstrong, C. J., Walsh, A. N., Jackson, J. H., and Reddy, C. M., Sunlight Converts Polystyrene to Carbon Dioxide and Dissolved Organic Carbon, Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 2019.
Y. Wang, Das, O., Xu, X., Liu, J., Jahan, S., Means, G. H., Donoghue, J., and Jiang, S., Implications of radiocarbon ages of organic and inorganic carbon in coastal lakes in Florida for establishing a reliable chronology for sediment-based paleoclimate reconstructionAbstract, Quaternary Research, vol. 91, no. 2, pp. 638 - 649, 2019.
X. Wang, Ge, T., Xu, C., Xue, Y., and Luo, C., Carbon isotopic (C-14 and C-13) characterization of fossil-fuel derived dissolved organic carbon in wet precipitation in Shandong Province, China, JOURNAL OF ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY, vol. 73, pp. 207-221, 2016.
Y. Wang and Hsieh, Y. P., Uncertainties and novel prospects in the study of the soil carbon dynamics, Chemosphere, vol. 49, no. 8, pp. 791-804, 2002.
Y. Wang, Hsieh, Y. P., Landing, W. M., Salters, V., Cooper, W., and Proctor, L., The distribution and carbon isotopic composition of dissolved organic matter in Florida Everglades (abstract), in The Sixth Symposium on Biogeochemistry of Wetlands, 1999.
X. C. Wang, Chen, R. F., Whelan, J., and Eglinton, L., Contribution of "old" carbon from natural marine hydrocarbon seeps to sedimentary and dissolved organic carbon pools in the Gulf of Mexico, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 28, no. 17, pp. 3313-3316, 2001.
X. C. Wang, Altabet, A. M., Callahan, J., and Chen, R. F., Stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic compositions of organic compound classes in high molecular weight dissolved organic matter from four U. S. estuaries, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 68, pp. 2681-2691, 2004.
P. - L. Wang, Engelhart, S. E., Wang, K., Hawkes, A. D., Horton, B. P., Nelson, A. R., and Witter, R. C., Heterogeneous rupture in the great Cascadia earthquake of 1700 inferred from coastal subsidence estimates, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, vol. 118, no. 5, pp. 2460 - 2473, 2013.
Y. Wang, Hsieh, Y. P., Landing, W. M., Choi, Y. H., Salters, V., and Campbell, D., Chemical and carbon isotopic evidence for the source and fate of dissolved organic matter in the northern Everglades, Biogeochemistry, vol. 61, pp. 269-289, 2002.
X. C. Wang and Li, A. C., Preservation of black carbon in the shelf sediments of the East China Sea, Chinese Science Bulletin, vol. 52, no. 22, pp. 3155-3161, 2007.
X. Wang, Xu, C., Druffel, E. M., Xue, Y., and Qi, Y., Two black carbon pools transported by the Changjiang and Huanghe Rivers in China, GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, vol. 30, pp. 1778-1790, 2016.
Y. Wang, Gu, B., Lee, M. - K., Jiang, S., and Xu, Y., Isotopic evidence for anthropogenic impacts on aquatic food web dynamics and mercury cycling in a subtropical wetland ecosystem in the US, Science of The Total Environment, vol. 487, pp. 557-564, 2014.
X. Wang, Ma, H., Li, R., Song, Z., and Wu, J., Seasonal fluxes and source variation of organic carbon transported by two major Chinese Rivers: The Yellow River and Changjiang (Yangtze) River, GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, vol. 26, 2012.
X. C. Wang, Callahan, J., and Chen, R. F., Variability in radiocarbon ages of biochemical compound classes of high molecular weight dissolved organic matter in estuaries, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, vol. 68, no. 1-2, pp. 188-194, 2006.
X. Wang, Luo, C., Ge, T., Xu, C., and Xue, Y., Controls on the sources and cycling of dissolved inorganic carbon in the Changjiang and Huanghe River estuaries, China: C-14 and C-13 studies, LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY, vol. 61, pp. 1358-1374, 2016.
T. Wang, Surge, D., and Walker, K. Jo, Seasonal climate change across the Roman Warm Period/Vandal Minimum transition using isotope sclerochronology in archaeological shells and otoliths, southwest Florida, USA, Quaternary International, vol. 308, pp. 230-241, 2013.
A. D. Wanamaker, Jr., Kreutz, K. J., Schoene, B. R., Maasch, K. A., Pershing, A. J., Borns, H. W., Introne, D. S., and Feindel, S., A late Holocene paleo-productivity record in the western Gulf of Maine, USA, inferred from growth histories of the long-lived ocean quahog (Arctica islandica), INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES, vol. 98, pp. 19-29, 2009.
A. D. Wanamaker, Griffin, S. M., Ummenhofer, C. C., Whitney, N. M., Black, B., Parfitt, R., Lower-Spies, E. E., Introne, D., and Kreutz, K. J., Pacific climate influences on ocean conditions and extreme shell growth events in the Northwestern Atlantic (Gulf of Maine), Climate Dynamics, vol. 52, no. 11, pp. 6339 - 6356, 2019.

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