Further evidence for the development of photic-zone euxinic conditions during Mesozoic oceanic anoxic events

@article{Pancost2004FurtherEF,
  title={Further evidence for the development of photic-zone euxinic conditions during Mesozoic oceanic anoxic events},
  author={Richard D. Pancost and Neal Crawford and Simon Lee Magness and Andrew Turner and Hugh C. Jenkyns and James Rankin Maxwell},
  journal={Journal of the Geological Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={161},
  pages={353 - 364}
}
Periods in Earth history characterized by extensive organic carbon deposition, so-called oceanic anoxic events (OAEs), are the subject of considerable scrutiny. Insight into the extent of anoxic conditions in the water column has been provided by the reported occurrence of derivatives of isorenieratene, a carotenoid found only in green sulphur bacteria and thus indicative of photic-zone euxinia (i.e. a water column containing free H2S), in North Atlantic deep-sea sediments deposited during the… 

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