Discerning primary versus diagenetic signals in carbonate carbon and oxygen isotope records: An example from the Permian–Triassic boundary of Iran

@article{Schobben2016DiscerningPV,
  title={Discerning primary versus diagenetic signals in carbonate carbon and oxygen isotope records: An example from the Permian–Triassic boundary of Iran},
  author={Martin Schobben and C. V. Ullmann and L. Leda and D. Korn and U. Struck and W. U. Reimold and A. Ghaderi and T. Algeo and C. Korte},
  journal={Chemical Geology},
  year={2016},
  volume={422},
  pages={94-107}
}
Abstract Sedimentary successions across the Permian–Triassic boundary (PTB) are marked by a prominent negative carbon isotope excursion. This excursion, found in both fossil (e.g., brachiopod) and bulk carbonate at many sites around the world, is generally considered to be related to a global carbon cycle perturbation. Oxygen isotopes also show a negative excursion across the PTB, but because δ18O is more prone to diagenetic overprint (especially in bulk carbonate), these data are often not… Expand
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