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Vandenbroucke, Thijs R A; Munnecke, Axel; Leng, Melanie J; Bickert, Torsten; Hints, Olle; Gelsthorpe, David; Maier, Georg; Servais, T (2013): (Table 2) d13C from the Lusklint section. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.815913, Supplement to: Vandenbroucke, TRA et al. (2013): Reconstructing the environmental conditions around the Silurian Ireviken Event using the carbon isotope composition of bulk and palynomorph organic matter. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 14(1), 86-101, https://doi.org/10.1029/2012GC004348

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Abstract:
The carbon isotope composition (d13C) of bulk organic matter and two palynomorph groups (scolecodonts and chitinozoans) from the Llandovery-Wenlock strata of Gotland (E Sweden) are compared to gain knowledge about carbon cycling in the Silurian (sub)tropical shelf environment. The d13C values of the palynomorphs are mostly lower than the d13C values of the bulk organic matter, and the d13C values of the benthic scolecodonts are lower than those of the planktonic chitinozoans. While the difference between bulk and palynomorph d13C may be in part a function of trophic state, the lower values of the scolecodonts relative to those of chitinozoans, which are assumed to live in the well-mixed water column, might imply an infaunal mode of life for the polychaetes that carried the scolecodonts. Lower d13C for the scolecodonts in the middle of the section may represent variations in primary marine productivity (supported by acritarch abundance data), oxidation of organic matter in the bottom waters, or genera effects. In general, however, trends between the three data sets are parallel, indicating similarities in the low frequency, environmentally forced controls. The d13C data show a decreasing trend from the base of the section, up to a horizon well below the base of the Upper Visby Formation. At this level, and therefore probably several 10 kyr before the d13C increase in the carbonates, the d13C organic values increase by ~1 per mil. This perhaps is an expression of a changed composition of the bulk organic matter associated with the extinction events prior to the Llandovery-Wenlock boundary.
Coverage:
Latitude: 57.774000 * Longitude: 18.421500
Minimum SECTION, height: 0.00 m * Maximum SECTION, height: 15.50 m
Event(s):
Lusklint_1 * Latitude: 57.774000 * Longitude: 18.421500 * Location: Gotland, Sweden * Device: Profile sampling (PROFILE) * Comment: Coordinates: N:640855 E:165567 (Swedish National Grid system), CK 4675 0680 (UTM system)
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1Sample IDSample IDVandenbroucke, Thijs R A
2SECTION, heightSectionmGeocode
3delta 13C, organic carbond13C Corgper mil PDBVandenbroucke, Thijs R AElement analyser Carlo Erba1110 with mass spectrometer ThermoFinnigan Delta PlusMarl, VPDB
4delta 13C, organic carbond13C Corgper mil PDBVandenbroucke, Thijs R AElement analyser Carlo Erba1110 with mass spectrometer ThermoFinnigan Delta PlusLimestone, VPDB
5Scolecodonta, massScolecodonta massmgVandenbroucke, Thijs R AWeight
6delta 13C, Scolecodontad13C Scoledontaper mil PDBVandenbroucke, Thijs R AElement analyser Carlo Erba1110 with mass spectrometer ThermoFinnigan Delta Pluswith respect to VPDB
7CommentCommentVandenbroucke, Thijs R A
8Chitinozoan, massChitinozoan massmgVandenbroucke, Thijs R AWeight
9delta 13C, Chitinozoand13C Chitinozoanper mil PDBVandenbroucke, Thijs R AElement analyser Carlo Erba1110 with mass spectrometer ThermoFinnigan Delta Pluswith respect to VPDB
10DifferenceDiffVandenbroucke, Thijs R ADifference between d13C of palynomorphs
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