Stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from drill cores from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica

Frank, Tracy D
Fielding, Christopher R
The stable isotopic composition of carbonate cement and other phases have been characterized. With the exception of skeletal grains, samples represent compositions of bulk carbonate in samples.
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Frank, T. D., Fielding, C. R., 2019. Stable carbon and oxygen isotope data from drill cores from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). Accessed 2024-05-27.
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Dunham, D.P., 2015,Sequence Stratigraphic Framework of Carbonate Diagenesis within Neogene Glaciomarine Sandstones of the Victoria Land Basin, Antarctica: Insights into Reservoir Quality in Polar Settings. MS Thesis, University of Nebraska-LIncoln. Daniel P. Dunham, Tracy D. Frank, and Christopher R. Fielding, 2017, Climate, sea level, and reservoir quality in deposits of polar marine settings: Insights from the Neogene succession of the Victoria Land Basin, Antarctica. SEPM Special Publication, v. 108. Philip Tauxe Staudigel; Sean T Murray; Daniel P Dunham; Tracy D Frank; Christopher R Fielding; Peter K Swart, in review, Cryogenic brines as a diagenetic fluid: reconstructing the diagenetic history of the Victoria Land Basin using clumped isotopes. Geochimica et Cosmochimia Acta. Yang, Mingyu, 2019, Patterns of Diagenesis and the Distribution of Subsurface Fluids in the McMurdo Sound Region, Antarctica. PhD Dissertation, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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National Science Foundation: 1341390
Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
Geographic Location: Antarctica
User Contributed Keyword(s):
delta 13C, delta 18O, carbonate cement
Bounding Coordinates:
North: -77     South: -77.88944     East: 167.08932     West: 163.717
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