Rhinocerotid tooth enamel 18O/16O variability between 23 and 12 Ma in southwestern France.

I. Bentaleb, C. Langlois, C. Martin, P. Lacumin, M. Carré, P.-O. Antoine, F. Duranthon, I. Moussa, J.J. Jaeger, N. Barret, R.J.G. Kaandorp

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    Abstract

    The relationship between the oxygen isotope ratio of mammal tooth enamel and that of drinking water was used to reconstruct changes in the Miocene oxygen isotope ratio of rainfall (meteoric water δ
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)172-179
    JournalComptes rendus Géoscience
    Volume338
    Issue number3
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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