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Hebbeln D (in press). Highly variable submarine landscapes in the Alborán Sea created by cold-water corals. In: Ore­jas C, Jimé­nez C, Me­di­ter­ra­ne­an Cold-Wa­ter Co­rals: Past, Pre­sent and Fu­ture, Sprin­ger se­ries: Co­ral Reefs of the World.

Huang E, Chen Y, Schefuß E, Steinke S, Liu J, Tian J, Martínez-Méndez G, Mohtadi M (2018). Precession and glacial-cycle controls of monsoon precipitation isotope changes over East Asia during the Pleistocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 494:1-11.

Titschack J (in press). Bathyal corals within the Aegean and Levantine Seas. In: Ore­jas C, Jimé­nez C, Me­di­ter­ra­ne­an Cold-Wa­ter Co­rals: Past, Pre­sent and Fu­ture, Sprin­ger se­ries: Co­ral Reefs of the World.

Titschack J, Baum D, Matsuyama K, Boos K, Färber C, Kahl WA, Ehrig K, Meinel D, Soriano C, Stock SR (2018). Ambient occlusion – a powerful algorithm to segment shell and skeletal intrapores in computed tomography data. Computer and Geosciences 115:75-87.

Wang X, Jian Z, Lückge A, Wang Y, Dang H, Mohtadi M (2018). Precession-paced thermocline water temperature changes in response to upwelling conditions off southern Sumatra over the past 300,000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews 192:123-134.

Wienberg C (in press). A de­gla­ci­al cold-wa­ter co­ral boom in the Al­bo­rán Sea: from co­ral mounds and spe­cies do­mi­nan­ce. In: Ore­jas C, Jimé­nez C, Me­di­ter­ra­ne­an Cold-Wa­ter Co­rals: Past, Pre­sent and Fu­ture, Sprin­ger se­ries: Co­ral Reefs of the World.