Isotopic composition of Silurian brachiopods: Implications for coeval seawater.

Karem. Azmy
Two hundred and thirty six calcitic brachiopod shells, covering the entire Silurian Period ($\sim$30 Ma), were collected at high temporal resolution from stratotype sections on Anticosti Island (Canada), in Wales (UK), in the Oslo region (Norway), on Gotland (Sweden), and in Podolia (Ukraine), Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Data from petrography, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), cathodoluminescence, isotopes and trace elements all confirmed excellent preservation in most shells, thus ensuring retention of primary isotope signals. The only...
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