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Photic Zone Euxinia During the Permian-Triassic Superanoxic Event
Carbon and sulfur isotopic data, together with biomarker and iron speciation analyses of the Hovea-3 core that was drilled in the Perth Basin, Western Australia, indicate that euxinic conditionsExpand
Molecular records of climate variability and vegetation response since the Late Pleistocene in the Lake Victoria basin, East Africa
New molecular proxies of temperature and hydrology are helping to constrain tropical climate change and elucidate possible forcing mechanisms during the Holocene. Here, we examine a similar to 14,000Expand
Biosynthetic effects on the stable carbon isotopic compositions of algal lipids: implications for deciphering the carbon isotopic biomarker record
Thirteen species of algae covering an extensive range of classes were cultured and stable carbon isotopic compositions of their lipids were analysed in order to assess carbon isotopic fractionationExpand
δ13C of organic matter transported from the leaves to the roots in Eucalyptus delegatensis: short-term variations and relation to respired CO2.
Post-photosynthetic carbon isotope fractionation might alter the isotopic signal imprinted on organic matter (OM) during primary carbon fixation by Rubisco. To characterise the influence ofExpand
13C-depleted charcoal from C4 grasses and the role of occluded carbon in phytoliths
The δ13C values of plants and corresponding charred materials from wood, C3 and C4 grasses, derived from natural burning and laboratory combustion were obtained to determine whether there was aExpand
Diamondoid hydrocarbon ratios as indicators of biodegradation in Australian crude oils
The effect of biodegradation on diamondoid distributions in petroleum has been investigated on a series of crude oils reservoired in two Australian sedimentary basins, the Gippsland Basin and theExpand
New insights into the origin of perylene in geological samples
Abstract The origin of the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) perylene in sediments and petroleum has been a matter of continued debate. Reported to occur in Phanerozoic organic matter (OM),Expand
An integrated biomarker, isotopic and palaeoenvironmental study through the Late Permian event at Lusitaniadalen, Spitsbergen
Abstract The largest extinction of the Phanerozoic occurred near the Permian/Triassic (P/Tr) boundary some 252 Ma ago. Several scenarios and drivers have been proposed for this event. Here we reportExpand
Effect of maturation on the indigenous δD signatures of individual hydrocarbons in sediments and crude oils from the Perth Basin (Western Australia)
Abstract We measured the stable hydrogen isotopic composition ( δ D) of selected aliphatic hydrocarbons in nine sediments of various maturity and two crude oils, all from the northern Perth BasinExpand
Uranium mobility in organic matter-rich sediments: A review of geological and geochemical processes
Uranium (U) is of enormous global importance because of its use in energy generation, albeit with potential environmental legacies. While naturally occurring U is widespread in the Earth's crust atExpand
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