must it be mineral water?
I have a larger volume (not sure if it is 15liters) of drinking water with d18O of -23 or so. It has been stored for quite a while so if you want to feed it some animals or so I have to check that first. But it is also possible to get a larger volume of fresh water of that, if required. Give me a call tomorrow.
Am 16.12.2015 um 18:11 schrieb Isabella von Holstein <[log in to unmask]>:
> Hi isotope peeps
> I need to acquire c. 15L of water with relatively depleted d2H and d18O isotope values compared to faunal material from Europe. Mineral water from the Rockies, as characterised in Bowen et al. RCMS 2005, would be ideal. The trouble is, none of the suppliers I have contacted ship to Europe...
> Would anybody in that neck of the woods be able to buy a crate of mineral water from one of the following suppliers (or another source which is likely to have equivalently depleted isotope values) and ship it to me in Germany? I will pay for the shipment and the water!
> Culver, OR, https://earth2o.com/contact-us/
> Louisville, CO, http://www.eldoradosprings.com/
> Boulder, CO, http://www.indianpeaksspringwater.com/contact
> Olancha, CA, http://www.crystalgeyserasw.com/contact.html
> Many thanks in advance
> Bowen, G. J.; Winter, D. A.; Spero, H. J.; Zierenberg, R. A.; Reeder, M. D.; Cerling, T. E.; Ehleringer, J. R. Stable hydrogen and oxygen isotope ratios of bottled waters of the world. Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom. 2005, 19 (23), 3442–3450.
> Dr Isabella von Holstein
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> Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
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