Silicon isotopic fractionation in marine sponges: A new model for understanding silicon isotopic variations in sponges
The silicon (Si) isotope (δ30Si) composition of deep-sea sponges from near Antarctica, subantarctic waters (Tasmania Seamounts) and subtropical waters north of New Zealand vary widely between +0.87‰ and -3.40‰ (vs. NBS28). Depth profiles show that sp
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