Tracking aquatic change using chlorin‐specific carbon and nitrogen isotopes: The last glacial‐interglacial transition at Lake Suigetsu, Japan

@inproceedings{Tyler2010TrackingAC,
  title={Tracking aquatic change using chlorin‐specific carbon and nitrogen isotopes: The last glacial‐interglacial transition at Lake Suigetsu, Japan},
  author={Jonathan J Tyler and Yuichiro Kashiyama and Naohiko Ohkouchi and Nanako O. Ogawa and Yusuke Yokoyama and Yoshito Chikaraishi and Richard A Staff and Minoru Ikehara and Christopher Bronk Ramsey and Charlotte L. Bryant and F. H. Cecil Brock and Katsuya Gotanda and Tsuyoshi Haraguchi and Hitoshi Yonenobu and Takeshi Nakagawa},
  year={2010}
}
Joint carbon and nitrogen isotope measurements were made from chlorins (chlorophyll a, phaeophytin a and pyrophaeophytin a) extracted from the last glacial-interglacial transition sediments of Lake Suigetsu, central Japan. These data highlight both the potential and difficulty of using chlorin-specific isotopes to track aquatic change from lake sediments. δ13C and δ15N of the three chlorins show coherent patterns with time, supporting the theory that phaeophytin a and pyrophaeophytin a are… CONTINUE READING

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