Depth integrated growth of planktic foraminiferal shells - Part 2: Field applications of an oxygen istope mass balance model.

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Influence of seasonal distribution patterns, ecological preferences and calcification processes on the incorporation of stable oxygen and carbon isotopes in planktic foraminiferal calcite tests
    EditorsI Wilke
    Place of PublicationBremen, Germany
    PublisherUniversitaet Bremen, Germany.
    Pages107-128
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

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    Wilke, I., & Peeters, F. J. C. (2005). Depth integrated growth of planktic foraminiferal shells - Part 2: Field applications of an oxygen istope mass balance model. In I. Wilke (Ed.), The Influence of seasonal distribution patterns, ecological preferences and calcification processes on the incorporation of stable oxygen and carbon isotopes in planktic foraminiferal calcite tests (pp. 107-128). Bremen, Germany: Universitaet Bremen, Germany..
    Wilke, I ; Peeters, F.J.C. / Depth integrated growth of planktic foraminiferal shells - Part 2: Field applications of an oxygen istope mass balance model. The Influence of seasonal distribution patterns, ecological preferences and calcification processes on the incorporation of stable oxygen and carbon isotopes in planktic foraminiferal calcite tests. editor / I Wilke. Bremen, Germany : Universitaet Bremen, Germany., 2005. pp. 107-128
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    Wilke, I & Peeters, FJC 2005, Depth integrated growth of planktic foraminiferal shells - Part 2: Field applications of an oxygen istope mass balance model. in I Wilke (ed.), The Influence of seasonal distribution patterns, ecological preferences and calcification processes on the incorporation of stable oxygen and carbon isotopes in planktic foraminiferal calcite tests. Universitaet Bremen, Germany., Bremen, Germany, pp. 107-128.

    Depth integrated growth of planktic foraminiferal shells - Part 2: Field applications of an oxygen istope mass balance model. / Wilke, I; Peeters, F.J.C.

    The Influence of seasonal distribution patterns, ecological preferences and calcification processes on the incorporation of stable oxygen and carbon isotopes in planktic foraminiferal calcite tests. ed. / I Wilke. Bremen, Germany : Universitaet Bremen, Germany., 2005. p. 107-128.

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    Wilke I, Peeters FJC. Depth integrated growth of planktic foraminiferal shells - Part 2: Field applications of an oxygen istope mass balance model. In Wilke I, editor, The Influence of seasonal distribution patterns, ecological preferences and calcification processes on the incorporation of stable oxygen and carbon isotopes in planktic foraminiferal calcite tests. Bremen, Germany: Universitaet Bremen, Germany. 2005. p. 107-128