Dear Dr. Ditchfield:
When I clean my big mailbox, I find this message.
During our 2001 field study in Antarctic, we caught more than 100 seals,
however, only two were leopards. Their isotope ratios are: Del N: 12.64,
11.91; Del C:--24.97, -24.61
You may find these numbers in our recent paper published in Polar Biology. If
you like, I can send it via a pdf file.
Hope it helps.
Quoting Peter Ditchfield <[log in to unmask]>:
> Dear List Members.
> I am having trouble finding nitrogen stable isotope values for modern
> Leopards. Does anyone know of any published values for wild
> populations? I would be grateful is someone could point me in the
> right direction.
> Many thanks
> Dr. Peter Ditchfield
> Stable Isotope Laboratory Manager
> Research Laboratory for Archaeology
> University of Oxford
> 6 Keble Road, Oxford, OX1 3QJ, UK