Neodymium isotopic variations in North Pacific modern silicate sediment and the insignificance of detrital REE contributions to seawater

@inproceedings{Charles2002NeodymiumIV,
  title={Neodymium isotopic variations in North Pacific modern silicate sediment and the insignificance of detrital REE contributions to seawater},
  author={M. Charles and Jones and Alex N. Halliday and D{\'a}vid and Rea and L Robert and Owen},
  year={2002}
}
The neodymium isotopic composition of the silicate fraction of Holocene pelagic sediments from the North Pacific define two provinces: a central North Pacific province characterized by unradiogenic and remarkably homogeneous end (--10.2 +_ 0.5) and a narrow circum-Pacific marginal province characterized by more radiogenic and variable end (--4.2 + 3.8). The silicate fraction in the central North Pacific is exclusively eolian; based on prevailing wind patterns, meteorological data, and neodymium… CONTINUE READING
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