Carbon isotope stratigraphy of the Precambrian–Cambrian Sukharikha River section, northwestern Siberian platform

@article{Kouchinsky2007CarbonIS,
  title={Carbon isotope stratigraphy of the Precambrian–Cambrian Sukharikha River section, northwestern Siberian platform},
  author={Artem V. Kouchinsky and S. Bengtson and V. Pavlov and B. Runnegar and P. Torssander and E. Young and K. Ziegler},
  journal={Geological Magazine},
  year={2007},
  volume={144},
  pages={609 - 618}
}
A high-resolution carbon isotope profile through the uppermost Neoproterozoic–Lower Cambrian part of the Sukharikha section at the northwestern margin of the Siberian platform shows prominent secular oscillations of δ13C with peak-to-peak range of 6–10 ‰. There are six minima, 1n–6n, and seven maxima 1p–7p, in the Sukharikha Formation and a rising trend of δ13C from the minimum 1n of − 8.6 ‰ to maximum 6p of + 6.4 ‰. The trough 1n probably coincides with the isotopic minimum at the Precambrian… Expand
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