Stable Isotope Geochemistry


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Wolfgang Peters-Kottig <[log in to unmask]>
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Some related references regarding Artic marine (and terrigenous) isotope data:

Bauch, D.,Erlenkeuser, H., Winckler, G., Pavlova, G. and Thiede, J., 2002.
Carbon isotopes and habitat of polar planktic foraminifera in the Okhotsk Sea:
the'carbonate ion effect' under natural conditions. Marine Micropaleontology,

Erlenkeuser,H., Cordt, H.H., Simstich, J., Bauch, D., and Spielhagen, R.F.,
2003. DICstable carbon isotope pattern in the surface waters of the southern
Kara Sea,Sep. 2000. In: Stein, R., Fahl, K., Fütterer, D.K., Galimov, E. M.
and Stepanets, O.V. (Eds.), Siberian River Run-off in the Kara
Sea:Characterisation, Quantification, Variability, and Environmental
Significance,Proceedings in Marine Sciences Vol. 6, Elsevier, Amsterdam,

Mueller-Lupp, T., H. A. Bauch, H. Erlenkeuser, J. Hefter, H. Kassens, J.
Thiede , 2000. Changes in the deposition of terrestrial organic matter on the
Laptev Sea shelf during the Holocene: evidence from stable carbon isotopes.
International Journal of Earth Sciences, 89: 563 - 568

Naidu, A.S, L. W. Cooper, B. P. Finney, R. W. Macdonald, C. Alexander, I. P.
Semiletov, 2000. Organic carbon isotope ratios (d13C) of Arctic Amerasian
Continental shelf sediments. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 89: 522
- 532.

Rachold, V. and Hubberten, H.-W., 1999. Carbon isotope composition of
particulate organic material of East Siberian rivers. in: Kassens, H., Bauch,
H., Dmitrenko, I., Eicken, H., Hubberten, H.-W., Melles, M., Thiede, J. and
Timokhov, L. (Ed.): Land-Ocean systems in the Siberian Arctic: dynamics and
history. Springer, Berlin, 223-238.


Wolfgang Peters-Kottig

Wolfgang Peters-Kottig
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Baptiste Bataille <[log in to unmask]> schrieb:
> Dear Isogeochemists,
> I am looking for any data on 13C and 15N for
> Asia region, especially Russia and Siberia.
> Any suggestion would be appreciated (as Estifanos told us)
> Many thanks in advance.
> Best regards
> Baptiste Bataille
> Ph.D.-student
> Department of Ecology and Biogeography
> Université catholique de Louvain
> Place croix du Sud, 4-5
> 1348 Louvain-la-Neuve
> Belgium