The data of Jenny and Leonard (1934) strongly influence the worldwide compilation of Retallack (1994b). These data, in particular those with a depth to carbonate horizon (D) > 100 cm (n = 35), anchor the regression of Retallack (1994b). Removal of these 35 data points, which decreases his sample size by only 11%, reduces the r2 of the regression from 0.62 to 0.44 (Royer, 1999). Removal of all D > 100 cm data from the data set of Retallack (1994b) (n = 67) further reduces the r2 to 0.38. Most studies applying this modern...
Research Article|June 01, 2000
Depth to pedogenic carbonate horizon as a paleoprecipitation indicator?: Comment and Reply: REPLY
Geology (2000) 28 (6): 572.
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Dana L. Royer; Depth to pedogenic carbonate horizon as a paleoprecipitation indicator?: Comment and Reply: REPLY. Geology ; 28 (6): 572. doi: https://doi.org/10.1130/0091-7613(2000)28<572b:DTPCHA>2.0.CO;2
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