14 C analysis of aliphatic hydrocarbon fractions from the hypersaline Lake Tyrrell, southeast Australia
Conventional biomarker studies typically interpret the distribution, structure and stable isotopic (e.g. 13C, D) composition of sedimentary hydrocarbons and polar compounds. However, compound and compound class specific 14C analysis (CSRA) is becoming increasingly relevant for characterising millennial scale residence and mobilisation of sedimentary organic carbon (OC). Here, the 14C content of the aliphatic and bulk fractions from shallow cores from the hypersaline playa, Lake Tyrrell,...[Show more]
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