G632: BIOGEOCHEMISTRY Isotopic Studies Adlis, D.S., and others

Isotopic Studies
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Dodd, J.R., R.J. Stanton, and M. Johnson. 1984. Oxygen isotopic composition of Neogene
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Douglas, R.G. and S.M. Savin. 1978. Oxygen isotopic evidence for the depth stratification of
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Sælen, G., P. Doyle, and M.R. Talbot. 1996. Stable-isotope analysis of belemnite rostra from
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Shackleton, N.J. and J.P. Kennett. 1975. Paleotemperature history of the Cenozoic and the
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American oyster, Crassostrea virginica: implications for growth patterns.
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Tan, F.C. and J.D. Hudson. 1974. Isotopic studies of the paleoecology and diagenesis of the
Great Estuarine Series (Jurassic) of Scotland. Scottish Journal of Geology, 10:91-128.
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paleotemperatures and temperatures of the Upper Cretaceous of England, Denmark, and
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Wang, K., H.H.J. Geldsetzer, and H.R. Krouse. 1994. Permian-Triassic extinction: organic
M13C evidence from British Columbia, Canada. Geology, 22:580-584.
Trace Chemistry
Dodd, J.R. 1964. Environmentally controlled variation in the shell structure of a pelecypod
species. Journal of Paleontology, 38:1065-1071.
Dodd, J.R. and T.J.M. Schopf. 1972. Approaches to biogeochemistry, p. 46-60. In T.J.M.
Schopf (ed.), Models in Paleobiology.
Dodd, J.R. and R.J. Stanton. 1990. Paleoecology, Concepts and Applications. Chapter 3, trace
chemistry, p. 83-91.
Stanton, R.J. and J.R. Dodd. 1970. Paleoecologic techniques: comparison of faunal and
geochemical analyses of Pliocene paleoenvironments, Kettleman Hills, California.
Journal of Paleontology, 44:1092-1121.
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