Sedimentary sterols and steryl chlorin esters; distribution differences and significance

Author(s): Pearce, Gareth E. S.; Harradine, Paul J.; Talbot, Helen M.; Maxwell, James R.
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
University of Bristol, School of Chemistry, Organic Geochemistry Unit, Bristol, United Kingdom
Volume Title: Organic Geochemistry
Source: Organic Geochemistry, 28(1-2), p.3-10. Publisher: Pergamon, Oxford-New York, International. ISSN: 0146-6380
Note: In English. Includes appendix. 16 refs.; illus., incl. 2 tables
Year of Publication: 1998
Research Program: ODP Ocean Drilling Program
Key Words: 02 Geochemistry; Alcohols; Atlantic Ocean; Baltic Sea; Black Sea; Chlorophyll; Cores; Cumbria England; East Mediterranean; England; Esters; Europe; Experimental studies; Geochemistry; Great Britain; Lacustrine environment; Lake Valencia; Lake sediments; Leg 108; Marine environment; Mediterranean Sea; North Atlantic; ODP Site 658; Ocean Drilling Program; Organic compounds; Pigments; Priest Pot; Pyrophaeophorbide; Sediments; South America; Steroids; Sterols; Steryl chlorin; United Kingdom; Venezuela; Western Europe
Coordinates: N421700 N421700 E0352200 E0352200
N544000 N544000 E0182400 E0182400
N204457 N204457 W0183451 W0183451
Record ID: 1998029928
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