Rare Earth Elements of modern shelf and deep-water articulated brachiopods: evaluation of seawater masses

Azmy, Karem and Brand, Uwe and Logan, K. and Svavarsson, J. (2015) Rare Earth Elements of modern shelf and deep-water articulated brachiopods: evaluation of seawater masses. In: International Brachiopod Congress (7th IBC), May, 2015, Nanjing, China.

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Abstract

Modern Rhynchonellids and Tcrcbratulids, obtained from water depths below the neritic zone (>500m) at 23 stations in the Caribbean Sea, North Atlantic, South Pacific and Southern Oceans, were investigated for their rare earth clement (REE) contents (Fig. I, Table I). The ΣREE of shelf (500-I 000 m) or deep-water (> I 000 m) brachiopod populations do not vary significantly between oceans/seas irrespective of water mass origins or influences by major currents.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
URI: http://research.library.mun.ca/id/eprint/11749
Item ID: 11749
Department(s): Science, Faculty of > Earth Sciences
Date: May 2015
Date Type: Completion
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