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Publications [#278669] of Paul A. Baker

Papers Accepted

  1. Baker, PA; Cross, SL, A note on the carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen contents of hydrothermally altered sediments, Middle Valley, Juan de Fuca Ridge, Proc., Scientific Results, Odp Leg 139, Middle Valley, Juan De Fuca Ridge (January, 1994), pp. 307-312
    (last updated on 2019/09/21)

    Inorganic carbon varies inversely with organic carbon throughout much of the sediment column. This results from the precipitation of diagenetic carbonate cements that contain carbon partly derived from an organic carbon source. This organic carbon may be of remote or in-situ derivation. Most importantly, sulfur content and sulfur isotopic, compositions of sulfides increase with increasing burial depth. -from Authors

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