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Biogeochemistry of neoproterozoic low latitude glaciations

Olcott, A. N. and Li, C. and Sessions, A. L. and Corsetti, F. A. and Peng, P. (2006) Biogeochemistry of neoproterozoic low latitude glaciations. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 70 (18). A456. ISSN 0016-7037.

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The Neoproterozoic (c.a. 1000–540 Ma) was a time of great change. Eukaryotes radiated through the ocean, while metazoans originated and diversified. The rock record preserves multiple negative excursions of over 15% in the carbonate ^(13)C/^(12)C, at least three of which are associated with global low-latitude glaciations.

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Official Citation:A.N. Olcott, C. Li, A.L. Sessions, F.A. Corsetti, P. Peng, Biogeochemistry of neoproterozoic low latitude glaciations, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume 70, Issue 18, Supplement, August–September 2006, Page A456, ISSN 0016-7037, (
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