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Pelagic Barite Tracer of Ocean Productivity and a Recorder of Isotopic Compositions of Seawater S, O, Sr, Ca and Ba

By: Weiqi Yao(Author), Elizabeth Griffith(Author), Adina Paytan(Author)
75 pages
Pelagic Barite
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  • Pelagic Barite ISBN: 9781108810692 Paperback Jan 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Reconstruction of ocean palaeoproductivity and palaeochemistry is paramount to understanding global biogeochemical cycles such as the carbon, oxygen and sulfur cycles and the responses of these cycles to changes in climate and tectonics. Paleo-reconstruction involves the application of various tracers that record seawater compositions, which in turn may be used to infer oceanic processes. Several important tracers are incorporated into pelagic barite, an authigenic mineral that forms in the water column. Here we summarize the utility of pelagic barite for the reconstruction of export production and as a recorder of seawater S, O, Sr, Ca and Ba.


1. Pelagic Barite Accumulation Rates: a Proxy for Export Production
2. Non-pelagic Marine Barite
3. Sulfur Isotopes
4. Oxygen Isotopes
5. Strontium Isotopes
6. Calcium Isotopes
7. Barium Isotopes
8. Future Prospects
9. Key References
10. Supporting References

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By: Weiqi Yao(Author), Elizabeth Griffith(Author), Adina Paytan(Author)
75 pages
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