With their long geological history and stable low-Mg calcite shells, Rhynchonelliform brachiopods are attractive sources of environmental data such as past seawater temperature (Buening and Spero, 1996; Auclair et al., 2003; Brand et al., 2003; Parkinson et al., 2005). Concerns about the influence of vital effects on the stable isotope composition of brachiopod shells (Popp et al., 1986), led to isotope analyses of different parts of brachiopod shells in order to identify those parts of the shell that are influenced by any vital effect and those parts that...
Oxygen isotope equilibrium in brachiopod shell fibres in the context of biological control
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M. Cusack, A. Pérez-Huerta, P. Chung, D. Parkinson, Y. Dauphin, J.-P. Cuif; Oxygen isotope equilibrium in brachiopod shell fibres in the context of biological control. Mineralogical Magazine ; 72 (1): 239–242. doi: https://doi.org/10.1180/minmag.2008.072.1.239
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