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Kaljo et al., 2001a

Kaljo, D., Hints, L., Martma, T., Nõlvak, J. 2001. Carbon isotope stratigraphy in the latest Ordovician of Estonia. Chemical Geology 175, 49-59. | DOI | DETAILS

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ReferenceKaljo et al., 2001a
AuthorKaljo, D., Hints, L., Martma, T., Nõlvak, J.
Year2001
TitleCarbon isotope stratigraphy in the latest Ordovician of Estonia
JournalChemical Geology
Volume175
pgs.49-59
Source typearticle in journal
LanguageEnglish
DOI10.1016/S0009-2541(00)00363-6
Abstract

On the basis of bulk carbonate carbon isotope data from six drill cores and the type section of the Porkuni Stage of Estonia, d 13C curves were compiled, which altogether cover nearly the whole succession of the latest Ordovician (Hinantian)—well known as a time of short-lived glaciation and mass extinction. In pre-Porkuni and Silurian rocks, d C values were low from (.2‰ to 1.7‰). For the Porkuni Stage three intervals of the curve were established: (1) lower — a positive shift up to 6.7‰, (2) middle part with variable values from 3.3‰ to 5.4‰, and (3) upper phase with slightly decreased values from 3.2‰ to 3.6‰. The correlation with the Dob’s Linn (Scotland) kerogen d C curve shows that the first two intervals coincide with the Normalograptus extraordinarius graptolite Biozone, the third one with the N. persculptus Biozone. q 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.


Sections studied or mentioned

Localitypgs.Figs.Remarks
Kardla 570 borehole4161.1-185m, isotoobid Porkuni lademest
Kaugatuma 509 borehole3O3
Ruhnu 500 borehole4601-619.1 m isotoobid Porkuni lademest