Hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen isotope ratios of interstitial fluides of ODP Leg 104 holes, supplement to: Whiticar, Michael J; Faber, Eckhard (1989): Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen isotope distribution in the interstitial fluids of ODP Leg 104, holes 642B, 642D, 643A, and 644A, Vøring Plateau, Norwegian Sea. In: Eldholm, O; Thiede, J; Taylor, E; et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 104, 285-290

Michael J Whiticar & Eckhard Faber
Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen isotope ratios determined on 32 squeezed interstitial fluid samples show remarkable variations with depth. For the most part these variations are related to diagenetic and alteration reactions taking place in the sediments, and in the underlying basalts.delta13C SumCO2 depth distributions at Sites 642 and 643 are the result of mixing of original SumCO2 of the paleo bottom water with SumCO2 released by remineralization of organic matter. At Site 644, where sulfate...
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