Schönlaub, H.P., Ferretti, A., Gaggero, L., Hammarlund, E., Harper, D.A.T., Histon, K.,  Priewalder, H., Spötl, C. & Štorch, P. (2011): The late Ordovician glacial event in the Carnic Alps (Austria). – in: J.C. Gutiérrez-Marco, I. Rábano and D. García-Bellido (eds.), Ordovician of the World, 515-526,  Cuadernos del Museo Geominero, 14, Madrid.
Wagreich, M., Egger, H., Gebhardt, H., Mohammed, O., Spötl, C., Koukal, V. & Hobinger, G. (2011): A new expanded record of the Paleocene-Eocene transition in the Gosau Group of Gams (Eastern Alps, Austria). – Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien, A 113, 35-65.
Daeron, M., Guo, W., Eiler, J., Genty, D., Blamart, D., Boch, R., Drysdale, R., Maire, R., Wainer, K., Zanchetta, G. (2011): 13C18O clumping in speleothems: Observations from natural caves and precipitation experiments. – Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75, 3303-3317. PDF
Spötl, C. (2011): Long-term performance of the Gasbench IRMS system for stable isotope analysis of carbonate microsamples. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 25: 1683-1685. PDF
Glasser, N.F., Jansson, K.N., Goodfellow, B.W., de Angelis, H., Rodnight H. & Dylan, H.R. (2011): Cosmogenic nuclide exposure ages for moraines in the Lago San Martin Valley, Argentina. – Quaternary Research, 75, 636-646.
Meyer, M.C., Cliff, R.A. & Spötl, C. (2011): Speleothems and mountain uplift. – Geology, 39, 447-450. PDF
Obleitner, F. & Spötl, C. (2011): The mass and energy balance of ice within the Eisriesenwelt cave, Austria. - The Cryosphere, 5, 245-257. PDF
Boch, R., Spötl, C. & Frisia, S. (2011): Origin and paleoenvironmental significance of lamination in stalagmites from Katerloch Cave, Austria. – Sedimentology, 58, 508-531. PDF
May, B., Spötl, C., Wagenbach, D., Dublyansky, Y. & Liebl, J. (2011): First investigations of an ice core from Eisriesenwelt cave (Austria). – The Cryosphere, 5, 81-93. PDF
Schimpf, D., Kilian, R., Kronz, A., Spötl, C., Wörner, G., Deininger, M. & Mangini, A. (2011): The significance of chemical, isotopic and detrital components in three coeval stalagmites from the superhumid southernmost Andes (53°S) as high-resolution paleo-climate proxies. - Quaternary Science Reviews, 30, 443-459. PDF
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