Large vertical δ13CDIC gradients in Early Triassic seas of the South China craton: Implications for oceanographic changes related to Siberian Traps volcanism

@inproceedings{Song2013LargeV,
  title={Large vertical δ13CDIC gradients in Early Triassic seas of the South China craton: Implications for oceanographic changes related to Siberian Traps volcanism},
  author={Huyue Song and Jinnan Tong and Thomas J Algeo and Micha Horacek and Haiou Qiu and Haijun Song and Li Tian and Zhong-Qiang Chen},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Vertical gradients in the δ 13 C of seawater dissolved inorganic carbon (Δδ 13 C DIC ) can be estimated for paleomarine systems based on δ 13 C carb data from sections representing a range of depositional water depths. An analysis of eight Lower Triassic sections from the northern Yangtze Platform and Nanpanjiang Basin, representing water depths of ~ 50 to 500 m, allowed reconstruction of Δδ 13 C DIC in Early Triassic seas of the South China craton for seven time slices representing… CONTINUE READING

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