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Alyson Lanciki, Jihong Cole-Dai, Mark H. Thiemens and Joël Savarino Sulfur isotope evidence of little or no stratospheric impact by the 1783 Laki volcanic eruption Geophysical Research Letters 39

Version of Record online: 10 JAN 2012 | DOI: 10.1029/2011GL050075

Key Points

  • Laki was not stratospheric in nature and therefore had limited climatic impact
  • Sulfur-MIF excess from stratospheric volcanism occurs worldwide
  • Other weather patterns are possibly to blame for that anomalously cold winter

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