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Figure 2. Plot of mass of atmospheric N 2  vs. time based on the GEOCARBSUL...
in > Geology
Published: 01 May 2006
Figure 2. Plot of mass of atmospheric N 2 vs. time based on the GEOCARBSULF model ( Berner, 2006 )
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Figure 3. Plot of masses of atmospheric N 2  and O 2  vs. time based on the...
in > Geology
Published: 01 May 2006
Figure 3. Plot of masses of atmospheric N 2 and O 2 vs. time based on the GEOCARBSULF model
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Alternative atmospheric CO 2  time series from mass balance model of carbon...
Published: 01 September 2009
Figure 1 Alternative atmospheric CO 2 time series from mass balance model of carbon burial (gray—GEOCARBSULF of Berner, 2006 ) and stomatal index of Ginkgo and Lepidopteris (black— Retallack, 2001 , 2002 ; see also GSA Data Repository [see text footnote 1 ]).
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p CO 2  relationships between Cretaceous models and
                pedogen...
Published: 20 November 2013
) model is GEOCARB III; the Berner ( 2006 ) model is GEOCARBSULF; the Wallmann ( 2001 ) and Hansen & Wallmann ( 2003 ) curves model the global carbon–calcium–strontium cycle of seawater and atmosphere and silicate
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Relative abundance of kaolinite-group minerals in shales from the Russian p...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 3 Relative abundance of kaolinite-group minerals in shales from the Russian platform ( Ronov et al. 1990 ) vs. values of the level of atmospheric O 2 from the GEOCARBSULF model ( Berner 2006a ) as functions of age. Labels represent abbreviations for geologic time intervals (Supplementary
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Relative abundance of chlorite-group minerals in shales from the Russian pl...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 4 Relative abundance of chlorite-group minerals in shales from the Russian platform ( Ronov et al. 1990 ) vs. values of the level of atmospheric O 2 from the GEOCARBSULF model ( Berner 2006a ) as functions of age. Labels represent abbreviations for geologic time intervals (Supplementary
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The  p CO 2  output of several geochemical models over the Phanerozoic, GEO...
Published: 01 May 2015
Figure 1. The p CO 2 output of several geochemical models over the Phanerozoic, GEOCARBIII ( Berner and Kothavala, 2001 ); GEOCARBsulf ( Berner, 2006 ); COPSE ( Bergman et al., 2004 ); GEOCLIM ( Donnadieu et al., 2006a ; Goddéris et al., 2008 ), compared to the record of assumed crustal
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Relative abundances of smectite-group minerals (reported as “montmorillonit...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 5 Relative abundances of smectite-group minerals (reported as “montmorillonite”) in shales from the Russian platform ( Ronov et al. 1990 ) vs. values of the level of atmospheric CO 2 from the GEOCARBSULF model ( Berner 2006a ) as functions of age. RCO 2 denotes CO 2 concentration
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Relative abundances of illite-group minerals in shales from the Russian pla...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 6 Relative abundances of illite-group minerals in shales from the Russian platform ( Ronov et al. 1990 ) vs. values of the level of atmospheric CO 2 from the GEOCARBSULF model ( Berner 2006a ) as functions of age. RCO 2 denotes CO 2 concentration relative to present-day. Labels
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Ronov et al. (1990)  documented relative clay mineral abundances from appro...
Published: 01 July 2011
million years correlate with variations in atmospheric O 2 and CO 2 . For example, the relative abundance of chlorite in shales tracks values of the level of atmospheric O 2 inferred from the GEOCARBSULF model. (Red labels represent abbreviations for geological time intervals.) The deviations from
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Figure 2. Comparison of predicted Siberian ice regimes with GEOCARB III (da...
in > Geology
Published: 01 June 2006
Figure 2. Comparison of predicted Siberian ice regimes with GEOCARB III (dashed line) and GEOCARBSULF (solid line) CO 2 estimates. Early in our target interval, Siberia is far enough south that large ice sheets cannot be grown, except perhaps at unrealistically small CO 2 levels. Hence, our
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Phanerozoic timescale, icehouse (cold) versus greenhouse (hot) conditions (...
Published: 19 December 2017
line is the GEOCARBSULF standard curve for normalized seafloor production (ƒ SR parameter) and here normalized to the Coltice et al. ( 2013 ) estimate of present-day seafloor production.
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Revised paleosol carbonate  p CO 2  estimates compared with proxy and model...
Published: 01 September 2012
represents the paleosol carbonate reconstruction, while the blue line represents the reconstruction based on all other proxies, with the blue shaded area representing the average error associated with the proxies for 10 m.y. bins. The gray shaded area is the most recent revision of GEOCARBSULF (Berner, 2011
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(A)  87 Sr/ 86 Sr secular variations and averaged curves with confidence in...
Published: 01 May 2011
based on stomatal index , δ 13 C carb and δ 13 C paleosols ; Yapp and Poths, 1996 ; Patzkowsky et al., 1997 ; Royer, 2006 . (D) Modeled p CO 2atm values (PAL) with GEOCLIM (black thick line) and comparison with GEOCARBSULF from Berner (2006) (gray lines) at with ( ) or without ( ) term
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(A) Newark and Hartford Basin composite chronostratigraphy and lithology fr...
Published: 01 May 2015
values with gray error bars calculated using PBUQ ( Breecker, 2013 ), red line placed by eye. Model output of GEOCARB III ( Berner and Kothavala, 2001 ) (dk. green triangles), GEOCARBSULF ( Berner, 2006 ) (lt. green diamonds), and GEOCLIM ( Goddéris et al., 2008 ) (blue squares). Bracketed section of pCO
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2008
Mineralogical Magazine (2008) 72 (1): 305.
... time . American Journal of Science , 301 , 182 – 204 . Berner , R.A. ( 2006a ) GEOCARBSULF: A combined model for Phanerozoic atmospheric O 2 and CO 2 . Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta , 70 , 5653 – 5664 . Berner , R.A. ( 2006b ) Inclusion of weathering of volcanic rocks...
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 December 2016
Geology (2016) 44 (12): 1023-1026.
... reservoirs respectively in per mil (‰); Δ C and Δ S show the burial fractionation effects for carbon and sulfur, respectively. The GEOCARBSULF model ( Berner, 2006 , 2009 ; Fig. 1A ) combines the isotope mass balance technique with calculations for biogeochemical carbon and sulfur fluxes...
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 June 2006
Geology (2006) 34 (6): 421-424.
...Figure 2. Comparison of predicted Siberian ice regimes with GEOCARB III (dashed line) and GEOCARBSULF (solid line) CO 2 estimates. Early in our target interval, Siberia is far enough south that large ice sheets cannot be grown, except perhaps at unrealistically small CO 2 levels. Hence, our...
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Journal: Geology
Published: 01 May 2006
Geology (2006) 34 (5): 413-415.
...Figure 2. Plot of mass of atmospheric N 2 vs. time based on the GEOCARBSULF model ( Berner, 2006 ) ...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 May 2011
GSA Bulletin (2011) 123 (5-6): 1181-1192.
... based on stomatal index , δ 13 C carb and δ 13 C paleosols ; Yapp and Poths, 1996 ; Patzkowsky et al., 1997 ; Royer, 2006 . (D) Modeled p CO 2atm values (PAL) with GEOCLIM (black thick line) and comparison with GEOCARBSULF from Berner (2006) (gray lines) at with ( ) or without ( ) term...
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