Does inorganic carbon assimilation cause 14C depletion in deep-sea organisms?

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Rau, G. H., Karl, D. M., & Carney, R. S. (1986). Does inorganic carbon assimilation cause 14C depletion in deep-sea organisms? Deep Sea Research Part A, Oceanographic Research Papers, 33(3), 349-357.
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TitleDoes inorganic carbon assimilation cause 14C depletion in deep-sea organisms?
AuthorsG. Rau, D. Karl, R. Carney
AbstractThe metabolic activities within and feeding relationships among deep-sea biota require that significant quantities of 14C-depleted carbon be incorporated into their biomass. These processes cannot be ignored when interpreting the 14C abundances of organisms and organic materials in the deep ocean. © 1986.
JournalDeep Sea Research Part A, Oceanographic Research Papers
Date1986
Volume33
Issue3
Start page349
End page357
ISSN0198-0149
NoteCited By (since 1996):10, Oceanography

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