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サンゴ骨格中の有機物分析による古環境分析の新展開

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Title: サンゴ骨格中の有機物分析による古環境分析の新展開
Other Titles: Implication of organic matter in coral skeletons as proxy for paleoenvironmental reconstruction
Authors: 岨, 康輝1 Browse this author
渡邊, 剛2 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
鈴木, 徳行3 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): SOWA, Kohki1
WATANABE, Tsuyoshi2
SUZUKI, Noriyuki3
Keywords: coral skeletons
organic matter
paleoenvironment
nitrogen isotope
biomineralization
Issue Date: 25-Jun-2008
Publisher: 日本地球化学会
Journal Title: 地球化学
Volume: 42
Issue: 2
Start Page: 55
End Page: 67
Abstract: Various information on the geochemical characteristics of seawater is recorded in reef-building coral skeletons, which have been widely utilized for the high temporal resolution (one or two weeks) analysis of paleoenvironment in the tropical ocean. The stable oxygen/carbon isotopic ratios and trace element contents in coral skeletons are generally applied to the paleoenvironmental reconstruction. The paleoenvironmental analysis based on organic matter in coral skeletons, however, has rarely been performed. Organic analysis of coral skeletons has been conducted mainly for the understanding of coral biomineralization. Coral organic matter, which is much less reactive than sedimentary organic matter, can be a useful paleoenvironmental proxy. Combination of organic and inorganic geochemical analyses for coral skeletons will be a powerful tool to provide more information on the paleoenvironment.
Type: article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/56466
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Submitter: 渡邊 剛

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