Oxygen isotopes in foraminifera: Overview and historical review

@inproceedings{Pearson2012OxygenII,
  title={Oxygen isotopes in foraminifera: Overview and historical review},
  author={P. Pearson},
  year={2012}
}
—Foraminiferal tests are a common component of many marine sediments. The oxygen isotope ratio (δ 18 O) of test calcite is frequently used to reconstruct aspects of their life environment. The δ 18 O depends mainly on the isotope ratio of the water it is precipitated from, the temperature of calcification, and, to a lesser extent, the carbonate ion concentration. Foraminifera and other organisms can potentially preserve their original isotope ratio for many millions of years, although… Expand
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