Chemical diversity in south-eastern Australian saline lakes II: biotic implications
This study explores how differences in ionic composition of south-eastern Australian saline lake waters, caused by path differentiation according to the Eugster-Jones-Hardie models of solute evolution and halite recycling, influence species composition of ostracod faunas. Ostracod occurrences are reported as physiologically important ionic ratios set in a marine-meteoric framework, with chemical boundaries determined by mixing and evaporation models. The occurrence of halophilous ostracods...[Show more]
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