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All abstracts by Emmanuelle Pucéat in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2016) Determination of the Stable Oxygen Isotope Composition of Bioapatites: An Interlaboratory Comparison Study
Pucéat E, Skrzypek G, Joachimski M, Kohn M, Dennis K, Lécuyer C & Evans S

(2016) Evolution of Weathering and Erosion in the South Atlantic during the Late Cretaceous
Marlot L, Freslon N, Pucéat E, Pellenard P, Guiraud M, Chenot E & Bougeault C

(2015) Comparison between Seawater and Archive Nd Isotope Compositions Using Multi-Scatter Plots: A New Global Data Compilation
Tachikawa K, Arsouze T, Bayon G, Bory A, Colin C, Dutay J-C, Frank N, Gourlan A, Jeandel C, Lacan F, Meynadier L, Montagna P, Puceat E, Roy-Barman M & Waelbroeck C

(2014) Late Cretaceous Changes in Continental Configuration: Toward a Better Ventilated Ocean?
Donnadieu Y, Puceat E, Moiroud M, Guillocheau F & Deconink J-F

(2013) A New Database for Nd Isotopes in Marine Environments
Lacan F, Tachikawa K, Arsouze T, Bayon G, Bory A, Colin C, Dutay J-C, Frank N, Gherardi J, Gourlan A, Grousset F, Hillaire-Marcel C, Jeandel C, Meynadier L, Montagna P, Puceat E, Matthieu M & Waelbroeck C

(2013) Evolution of Neodymium Isotopic Signature of Seawater during the Late Cretaceous: New Insights on Oceanic Circulation Changes
Moiroud M, Pucéat E, Donnadieu Y, Bayon G & Deconinck J-F

(2009) Revised δ18O Phosphate-Water Fractionation Equation from Fish Raised in Controlled Environment
Pucéat E, Joachimski M, Bonin A, Motreuil S, Monna F, Bouilloux A, Quesne D, Morinière P & Mourin J

(2002) Mesozoic Sea Surface Temperatures of the Western Tethys Inferred from δ18O of Fish Teeth
Lecuyer C, Picard S, Puceat E & Sheppard S

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