The analysis of stable isotope ratios represents one of the most exciting new technical advances in environmental sciences. In this book, leading experts offer the first survey of applications of stable isotope analysis to ecological research. Central topics are - plant physiology studies - food webs and animal metabolism - biogeochemical fluxes. Extensive coverage is given to natural isotopes of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, and strontium in both terrestrial and marine ecosystems. Ecologists of diverse research interests, as well as agronomists, anthropologists, and geochemists will value this overview for its wealth of information on theoretical background, experimental approaches, and technical design of studies utilizing stable isotope ratios.Puri HS and Vernon RO (1964) Summary of the geology of Florida and a guide book to the classic exposures. Florida State Geological ... In American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 4, Fluids in Subsurface Environments. Thode HG and Rees CE (1970) Sulphur isotope geochemistry and Middle East oil studies. Endeavour 29:24a28. Tomlinson PB and Craighead FC Sr. (1972) Growth-ring studies on the native trees of sub-tropical Florida. pp. 39a51. In Ghouse AKM andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Stable Isotopes in Ecological Research|
|Author||:||Philip Rundel, J.R. Ehleringer, K.A. Nagy|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|