Barium and molybdenum records in bivalve shells : Geochemical proxies for phytoplankton dynamics in coastal environments ?

@inproceedings{Thbault2009BariumAM,
  title={Barium and molybdenum records in bivalve shells : Geochemical proxies for phytoplankton dynamics in coastal environments ?},
  author={Julien Th{\'e}bault and Laurent Chauvaud and St{\'e}phane L’Helguen and Jacques Clavier and Aur{\'e}lie Barats and S{\'e}verine Jacquet and Christophe P{\'e}cheyran and David Amourouxd},
  year={2009}
}
Barium : calcium and molybdenum : calcium ratios were investigated in shells of the tropical scallop Comptopallium radula. Three juvenile specimens were harvested alive in the southwest lagoon of New Caledonia after a 1-yr hydrological survey. Calcite samples representing a few hours of biomineralization were laser-ablated along the maximal growth axis and analyzed for Ba and Mo content with an inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. Absolute dates of shell precipitation assigned on the… CONTINUE READING
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