Publications of Ines Mügler

Journal Article (12)

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Zhang, X.; Xu, B.; Günther, F.; Mügler, I.; Lange, M.; Zhao, H.; Li, J.; Gleixner, G.: Hydrogen isotope ratios of terrestrial leaf wax n-alkanes from the Tibetan Plateau: Controls on apparent enrichment factors, effect of vapor sources and implication for altimetry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 211, pp. 10 - 27 (2017)
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Hepp, J.; Tuthorn, M.; Zech, R.; Mügler, I.; Schlütz, F.; Zech, W.; Zech, M.: Reconstructing lake evaporation history and the isotopic composition of precipitation by a coupled delta18O–delta2H biomarker approach. Journal of Hydrology 529 (2), pp. 622 - 631 (2015)
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Bai, Y.; Fang, X. M.; Gleixner, G.; Mügler, I.: Effect of precipitation regime on δ D values of soil n-alkanes from elevation gradients - Implications for the study of paleo-elevation. Organic Geochemistry 42 (7), pp. 838 - 845 (2011)
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Günther, F.; Mügler, I.; Mäusbacher, R.; Daut, G.; Leopold, K.; Gerstmann, U. C.; Xu, B.; Yao, T.; Gleixner, G.: Response of δ D values of sedimentary n-alkanes to variations in source water isotope signals and climate proxies at lake Nam Co, Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary International 236, pp. 82 - 90 (2011)
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Daut, G.; Mäusbacher, R.; Baade, J.; Gleixner, G.; Kroemer, E.; Mügler, I.; Wallner, J.; Wang, J.; Zhu, L.: Late Quaternary hydrological changes inferred from lake level fluctuations of Nam Co (Tibetan Plateau, China). Quaternary International 218 (1-2), pp. 86 - 93 (2010)
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Keil, A.; Berking, J.; Mügler, I.; Schütt, B.; Schwalb, A.; Steeb, P.: Hydrological and geomorphological basin and catchment characteristics of Lake Nam Co, South-Central Tibet. Quaternary International 218 (1-2), pp. 118 - 130 (2010)
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Mügler, I.; Gleixner, G.; Günther, F.; Mäusbacher, R.; Daut, G.; Schutt, B.; Berking, J.; Schwalb, A.; Schwark, L.; Xu, B. et al.; Yao, T.; Zhu, L.; Yi, C.: A multi-proxy approach to reconstruct hydrological changes and Holocene climate development of Nam Co, Central Tibet. Journal of Paleolimnology 43 (4), pp. 625 - 648 (2010)
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Xia, Z. H.; Xu, B. Q.; Mügler, I.; Wu, G. J.; Gleixner, G.; Sachse, D.; Zhu, L. P.: Paleoclimatic implications of the hydrogen isotopic composition of terrigenous n-alkanes from Lake Yamzho, southern Tibetan Plateau. Geochemical Journal 43 (4), pp. 275 - 286 (2009)
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Hilbich, C.; Mügler, I.; Daut, G.; Frenzel, P.; Van Der Borg, K.: Reconstruction of the depositional history of the former coastal lagoon of Vilamoura (Algarve, Portugal): A sedimentological, microfaunal and geophysical approach. Journal of Coastal Research 24 (2B Suppl. S), pp. 83 - 91 (2008)
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Mügler, I.; Sachse, D.; Werner, M.; Xu, B. Q.; Wu, G. J.; Yao, T. D.; Gleixner, G.: Effect of lake evaporation on δ D values of lacustrine n-alkanes: A comparison of Nam Co (Tibetan Plateau) and Holzmaar (Germany). Organic Geochemistry 39 (6), pp. 711 - 729 (2008)
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Xia, Z. H.; Xu, B. Q.; Mügler, I.; Wu, G. J.; Gleixner, G.; Sachse, D.; Zhu, L. P.: Hydrogen isotope ratios of terrigenous n-alkanes in lacustrine surface sediment of the Tibetan Plateau record the precipitation signal. Geochemical Journal 42 (4), pp. 331 - 338 (2008)
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Krull, E.; Sachse, D.; Mügler, I.; Thiele, A.; Gleixner, G.: Compound-specific δ13C and δ2H analyses of plant and soil organic matter: A preliminary assessment of the effects of vegetation change on ecosystem hydrology. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (11), pp. 3211 - 3221 (2006)

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Gleixner, G.; Mügler, I.: Compound-specific hydrogen isotope ratios of biomarkers: tracing climatic changes in the past. In: Stable isotopes as indicators of ecological change, pp. 249 - 266 (Eds. Dawson, T. E.; Siegwolf, R. T. W.). Academic press, Oxford (2007)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Mügler, I.: Paleoclimate reconstruction using compound - specific hydrogen isotope ratios of n-alkanes. Dissertation, XII, 147, A-14 pp., Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena (2008)
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