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(2020) Deciphering the Early Triassic Paleocean Using Stable Oxygen Isotopes in Conodont Bioapatite

Luz Z, Leu M, Edward O, Baumgartner LP, Bucher H & Vennemann T


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14b: Plenary Hall, Monday 22nd June 22:48 - 22:51

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Submitted by Georgina Lukoczki on Monday 22nd June 19:36
We have seen that rock-buffered diagenesis may result in apparent, rather than actual d18Ofluid values when calculated from clumped isotope data. My understanding is that you used d18Owater from clumped isotope measurements on brachiopods from the same layers and plugged these values into the phosphate-water fractionation equation. How did you ensure that the d18Owater values truly reflect the real seawater composition?

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