Oxygen isotope composition of continental vertebrate apatites from Mesozoic formations of Thailand; environmental and ecological significance

@inproceedings{Amiot2009OxygenIC,
  title={Oxygen isotope composition of continental vertebrate apatites from Mesozoic formations of Thailand; environmental and ecological significance},
  author={R. Amiot and E. Buffetaut and C. L{\'e}cuyer and V. Fernandez and F. Fourel and F. Martineau and V. Suteethorn},
  year={2009}
}
  • R. Amiot, E. Buffetaut, +4 authors V. Suteethorn
  • Published 2009
  • Geology
  • Abstract Phosphatic remains (tooth enamel, turtle shell fragments and fish scales) of continental vertebrates (freshwater fish, crocodilians, turtles, and theropod and sauropod dinosaurs) recovered from eight localities of NE Thailand ranging in age from the Late Jurassic to the late Early Cretaceous have been analysed for their oxygen isotopic compositions (δ18Op). From these preliminary data, local meteoric water δ18Ow values estimated using δ18Op values of crocodilians and turtles range from… CONTINUE READING
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