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Chemostratigraphy of the Jurassic System: Applications, limitations and implications for palaeoceanography

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Current chemostratigraphical studies of the Jurassic System primarily involve the use of one sedimentary component (marine organic carbon), one divalent transition metal substituted in carbonate (manganese), and two isotopic tracers: strontium-isotope ratios ( 87Sr/ 86Sr) and carbon-isotope ratios (δ 13C carb and δ 13C org) in carbonate and in organic matter. Other parameters such as Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca ratios in calcite, oxygen-isotope ratios (δ 18O) in carbonate, sulphur-isotope ratios (δ 34S) ...

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10.1144/0016-764901-130

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Earth Sciences
Gröcke, DR More by this author
Hesselbo, SP More by this author
Parkinson, DN More by this author
Journal:
Journal of the Geological Society
Volume:
159
Issue:
4
Pages:
351-378
Publication date:
2002
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ISSN:
0016-7649
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uuid:9da481d1-f7ef-4cbf-8496-3239798ce114
Source identifiers:
341495
Local pid:
pubs:341495

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