GEOCARBSULF : A combined model for Phanerozoic atmospheric O 2 and CO 2

@inproceedings{Berner2006GEOCARBSULFA,
  title={GEOCARBSULF : A combined model for Phanerozoic atmospheric O 2 and CO 2},
  author={Robert A. Berner},
  year={2006}
}
A model for the combined long-term cycles of carbon and sulfur has been constructed which combines all the factors modifying weathering and degassing of the GEOCARB III model [Berner R.A., Kothavala Z., 2001. GEOCARB III: a revised model of atmospheric CO2 over Phanerozoic time. Am. J. Sci. 301, 182–204] for CO2 with rapid recycling and oxygen dependent carbon and sulfur isotope fractionation of an isotope mass balance model for O2 [Berner R.A., 2001. Modeling atmospheric O2 over Phanerozoic… CONTINUE READING
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