Fractionation of hydrogen, oxygen and carbon isotopes in n-alkanes and cellulose of three Sphagnum species

A.V. Brader, J.F. Winden, S.J.P. Bohncke, C.J. Beets, G.-J. Reichart, J.W. De Leeuw

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    Abstract

    Compound-specific isotope measurements of organic compounds are increasingly important in palaeoclimate reconstruction. Searching for more accurate peat-based palaeoenvironmental proxies, compound-specific fractionation of stable C, H and O isotopes of organic compounds synthesized by Sphagnum were determined in a greenhouse study. Three Sphagnum species were grown under controlled climate conditions. Stable isotope ratios of cellulose, bulk organic matter (OM) and C
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalOrganic Geochemistry
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    Publication statusPublished - 2010

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