clumped isotopes

Carbonate Clumped Isotopes: Certainties and Uncertainties of Thermometry and Eocene Subtropical Paleoclimate

Seasonality of soil carbonate formation

When the When matters

Carbonate Clumped isotopes

What is clumped isotope thermometry and is it real?

Developing Methods of Clumped Isotope Geochemistry

Geeky but necessary

Toward a universal carbonate clumped isotope calibration: Diverse synthesis and preparatory methods suggest a single temperature relationship

Carbonate clumped isotope (Δ47) thermometry has been applied to a wide range of problems in earth, ocean and biological sciences over the last decade, but is still plagued by discrepancies among empirical calibrations that show a range of …

Choice of 17O correction affects clumped isotope (∆47) values of CO2 measured with mass spectrometry

Rationale: The clumped isotope composition of CO2 (Δ47) derived from carbonate is widely used as a paleotemperature proxy with broad applications in geoscience. Its accuracy is, however, limited by inter‐laboratory discrepancies of reference …

Greenhouse climates of the Cenozoic

How hot was it really?