Late Cretaceous organic carbon and carbonate carbon stable-isotope records: key proxies for Cenomanian (100.5 -93.9 Ma) palaeoenvironmental change


Carbon stable-isotope stratigraphy of marine carbonates (δ13Ccarb) provides remarkable insights into past variation in the global carbon cycle, and has become firmly established as a global correlation tool. Continuous... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Ian Jarvis (Kingston University)
  2. Darren Gröcke (Durham University)
  3. Jiri Laurin (Institute of Geophysics)
  4. David Selby (Durham University)
  5. Sascha Roest-Ellis (Royal Holloway University of London)
  6. Andrew Miles (Kingston University)
  7. John Lignum (Morgan-Goodall Palaeo Associates)
  8. Andy Gale (University of Portsmouth)
  9. Jim Kennedy (Oxford University)

Topic Areas

Topics: Pelagic sedimentation , Topics: Sedimentary signatures of global changes , Topics: Cycles and rhythms in sedimentary record


MS13 » Sequences and cycles II (11:00 - Wednesday, 25th May, FES 2)

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