Adi Torfstein
Adi Torfstein
Institute of Earth Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Impacts of abrupt climate changes in the Levant from Last Glacial Dead Sea levels
A Torfstein, SL Goldstein, M Stein, Y Enzel
Quaternary Science Reviews 69, 1-7, 2013
Abrupt aridities and salt deposition in the post-glacial Dead Sea and their North Atlantic connection
M Stein, A Torfstein, I Gavrieli, Y Yechieli
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (3-4), 567-575, 2010
Dead Sea drawdown and monsoonal impacts in the Levant during the last interglacial
A Torfstein, SL Goldstein, Y Kushnir, Y Enzel, G Haug, M Stein
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 412, 235-244, 2015
Lithology of the long sediment record recovered by the ICDP Dead Sea Deep Drilling Project (DSDDP)
I Neugebauer, A Brauer, MJ Schwab, ND Waldmann, Y Enzel, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 102, 149-165, 2014
Northward intrusions of low-and mid-latitude storms across the Saharo-Arabian belt during past interglacials
N Waldmann, A Torfstein, M Stein
Geology 38 (6), 567-570, 2010
U-series and oxygen isotope chronology of the mid-Pleistocene Lake Amora (Dead Sea basin)
A Torfstein, A Haase-Schramm, N Waldmann, Y Kolodny, M Stein
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (9), 2603-2630, 2009
Gypsum as a monitor of the paleo-limnological–hydrological conditions in Lake Lisan and the Dead Sea
A Torfstein, I Gavrieli, A Katz, Y Kolodny, M Stein
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (10), 2491-2509, 2008
Integrated multi-site U–Th chronology of the last glacial Lake Lisan
A Torfstein, SL Goldstein, EJ Kagan, M Stein
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 104, 210-231, 2013
230Th Normalization: New Insights on an Essential Tool for Quantifying Sedimentary Fluxes in the Modern and Quaternary Ocean
KM Costa, CT Hayes, RF Anderson, FJ Pavia, A Bausch, F Deng, ...
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 35 (2), e2019PA003820, 2020
The sources and evolution of sulfur in the hypersaline Lake Lisan (paleo-Dead Sea)
A Torfstein, I Gavrieli, M Stein
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 236 (1-2), 61-77, 2005
Chemical characterization of atmospheric dust from a weekly time series in the north Red Sea between 2006 and 2010
A Torfstein, N Teutsch, O Tirosh, Y Shaked, T Rivlin, A Zipori, M Stein, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 211, 373-393, 2017
Bioactive trace metals and their isotopes as paleoproductivity proxies: An assessment using GEOTRACES‐era data
TJ Horner, SH Little, TM Conway, JR Farmer, JE Hertzberg, DJ Janssen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 35 (11), e2020GB006814, 2021
The Oligo–Miocene closure of the Tethys Ocean and evolution of the proto-Mediterranean Sea
A Torfstein, J Steinberg
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 13817, 2020
Productivity feedback did not terminate the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM)
A Torfstein, G Winckler, A Tripati
Climate of the Past 6 (2), 265-272, 2010
Dead Sea lake level changes and Levant palaeoclimate
A Torfstein, Y Enzel
Quaternary of the Levant, 115-126, 2017
A drop in Sahara dust fluxes records the northern limits of the African Humid Period
D Palchan, A Torfstein
Nature Communications 10 (1), 3803, 2019
Revised chronology of the ICDP Dead Sea deep drill core relates drier-wetter-drier climate cycles to insolation over the past 220 kyr
SL Goldstein, Y Kiro, A Torfstein, H Kitagawa, J Tierney, M Stein
Quaternary Science Reviews 244, 106460, 2020
No correlation between atmospheric dust and surface ocean chlorophyll‐a in the oligotrophic Gulf of Aqaba, Northern Red Sea
A Torfstein, SS Kienast
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (2), 391-405, 2018
Testing the utility of geochemical proxies for paleoproductivity in oxic sedimentary marine settings of the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea
Z Steiner, B Lazar, A Torfstein, J Erez
Chemical Geology 473, 40-49, 2017
The potential use of invasive ascidians for biomonitoring heavy metal pollution
R Tzafriri-Milo, T Benaltabet, A Torfstein, N Shenkar
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 611, 2019
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