Comparisons between the oxygen isotopic composition of pore water and Globigerinoides ruber in sediments from Hole 817C

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Abstract

The variations in the δ18O may reflect original variations in the waters, the magnitude of which has been subsequently reduced by process of diffusion. Second, these may reflect recrystallization of the precursor sediment and isotopic exchange between the fluids and the recrystallized sediment. The correlation between the Cl- and the δ18O data may suggest that these values reflect the original composition modified by diffusion. -from Author

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProc., scientific results, ODP, Leg 133, northeast Australian margin
EditorsJ.A. McKenzie
PublisherODP,Texas A&M University, College Station
Pages481-487
Number of pages7
StatePublished - 1993
Externally publishedYes

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Swart, P. K. (1993). Comparisons between the oxygen isotopic composition of pore water and Globigerinoides ruber in sediments from Hole 817C. In J. A. McKenzie (Ed.), Proc., scientific results, ODP, Leg 133, northeast Australian margin (pp. 481-487). ODP,Texas A&M University, College Station.

Comparisons between the oxygen isotopic composition of pore water and Globigerinoides ruber in sediments from Hole 817C. / Swart, Peter K.

Proc., scientific results, ODP, Leg 133, northeast Australian margin. ed. / J.A. McKenzie. ODP,Texas A&M University, College Station, 1993. p. 481-487.

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Swart, PK 1993, Comparisons between the oxygen isotopic composition of pore water and Globigerinoides ruber in sediments from Hole 817C. in JA McKenzie (ed.), Proc., scientific results, ODP, Leg 133, northeast Australian margin. ODP,Texas A&M University, College Station, pp. 481-487.
Swart PK. Comparisons between the oxygen isotopic composition of pore water and Globigerinoides ruber in sediments from Hole 817C. In McKenzie JA, editor, Proc., scientific results, ODP, Leg 133, northeast Australian margin. ODP,Texas A&M University, College Station. 1993. p. 481-487
Swart, Peter K. / Comparisons between the oxygen isotopic composition of pore water and Globigerinoides ruber in sediments from Hole 817C. Proc., scientific results, ODP, Leg 133, northeast Australian margin. editor / J.A. McKenzie. ODP,Texas A&M University, College Station, 1993. pp. 481-487
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