Polar record of Early Jurassic massive carbon injection

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Авторы: Suan G.     Nikitenko B.L.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Rogov M.A.     Baudin F.     Spangenberg J.E.     Knyazev V.G.     Glinskikh L.A.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Goryacheva A.A.   (ИНГГ СО РАН)   Adatte T.     Riding J.B.     Follmi K.B.     Pittet B.     Mattioli E.     Lecuyer Ch.    
дата публикации: 2011
The Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE) (ca. 182 Myr, Early Jurassic) represents one of the best-recognized examples of greenhouse warming, decreased seawater oxygenation and mass extinction. The leading hypothesis to explain these changes is the massive injection of thermogenic or gas hydrate-derived 13C-depleted carbon into the atmosphere, resulting in a N3 per mil negative carbon isotope excursion (CIE), accelerated nutrient input and dissolved oxygen consumption in the oceans. Nevertheless, the lack of a precisely dated record of the T-OAE outside low latitudes has led to considerable debate about both its temporal and spatial extent and hence concerning its underlying causes
первоисточник: Earth and Planetary Science Letters
том: 1-2
страницы: 102-113
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