Selenium isotope evidence for progressive oxidation of the Neoproterozoic biosphere

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Neoproterozoic (1,000-542 Myr ago) Earth experienced profound environmental change, including 'snowball' glaciations, oxygenation and the appearance of animals. However, an integrated understanding of these events remains elusive, partly because proxies that track subtle oceanic or atmospheric redox trends are lacking. Here we utilize selenium (Se) isotopes… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms10157

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@inproceedings{Strandmann2015SeleniumIE, title={Selenium isotope evidence for progressive oxidation of the Neoproterozoic biosphere}, author={Philip A. E. Pogge von Strandmann and Eva E St{\"u}eken and Tim Elliott and Simon W Poulton and Carol M. Dehler and Donald Eugene Canfield and David C. Catling}, booktitle={Nature communications}, year={2015} }