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This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but instead provides a starting place for further exploration.  It is primarily composed of modern and Quaternary studies, mostly in North America.  If you are aware of an important reference appropriate for this listing that is not presented here, we would like to hear from you, so that we may add it to the list in the next version of NANODe.

Dean, W.S. and Schwalb, A., 2000.  Holocene environmental and climatic change in the Northern Great Plains as recorded in the geochemistry of sediments in Pickerel Lake, South Dakota.   Quaternary International, 67, 5-20.

Dettman, D., Smith, A.J., Rea, D. K., Moore, T.C., Jr., and Lohmann, K.C., 1995.  Glacial meltwater in Lake Huron during early postglacial time as inferred from single valve analysis of oxygen isotopes in ostracodes, Quaternary Research, 43, 297-310.

Donovan, J.J., Smith, A.J., Ito, E., Engstrom, D.R., and Panek, V., 2002. Climate driven hydrologic transients in lake sediment records: calibration of groundwater conditions to 20th century drought, Quaternary Science Reviews 21/4-6,  pp. 605-624. (R)

Durazzi, J.T., 1977.  Stable-isotopes in the ostracod shell.   Geochimica et Comschimica Acta 41, 1168-1170.

Engstrom D.R. and Nelson, S.R., (1991).  Paleosalinity from trace metals in fossil ostracodes compared with observational records at Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,  83, 295-312.

Haskell, B.J., Engstrom, D.R., and Fritz, S.C., (1996).  Late Quaternary paleohydrology in the North American Great Plains inferred from the geochemistry of endogenic carbonate and fossil
ostracodes from Devils lake, North Dakota, USA.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 124, 179-193.

Ito, E. (in press).  Application of stable isotope techniques to inorganic and biogenic carbonates, In Tracking Environmental Change Using lake Sediments: Physical and Chemical Techniques
(Last, W.M. and Smol, J.P., Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Kaufman, Darrell S., O'Brien, Gary, Mead, Jim I., Bright, Jordan, and Umhoefer, Paul, 2002.  Late Quaternary spring-fed deposits of the Grand Canyon and their implication for deep lava-dammed lakes, Quaternary Research, 58, 329-340. 

Schwalb, A., Locke, S.M., Dean, W.E., 1995.  Ostracode 18O and 13C evidence of Holocene environmental changes in the sediments of two Minnesota lakes.  Journal of Paleolimnology, 14, 281-296.

von Grafenstein, U., Erlernkeuser, H., and Trimborn, P., (1999).  Oxygen and carbon isotopes in modern fresh-water ostracod valves: assessing vital offsets and autoecological effects of interest for paleoclimate studies, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 148, 133-152.

Xia, J., Haskell, B.J., Engstrom, D.R. and Ito, E. (1997).  Holocene climate reconstructions from tandem trace-element and stable-isotope composition of ostracodes from Coldwater Lake, North Dakota, USA.  Journal of Paleolimnology, 17, 85-100.

Xia, J., Engstrom, D.R. and Ito, E. (1997).  Geochemistry of ostracode calcite: Part 2: the effects of water chemistry and seasonal temperature variation on Candona rawsoni.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 61, 383-391.