Research data for article: Amino acid δ13C and δ15N patterns from sediment trap time series and deep-sea corals: implications for biogeochemical and ecological reconstructions in paleoarchives

Published: 8 October 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/6hy8tsrkf9.2
Contributors:
Yuan Shen,
Thomas Guilderson,
Owen Sherwood,
Carmen Castro,
Francisco Chavez,
Matthew McCarthy

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Research data used in our article "Amino acid δ13C and δ15N patterns from sediment trap time series and deep-sea corals: implications for biogeochemical and ecological reconstructions in paleoarchives" Table 1. Bulk and amino acid δ13C records (average ± standard deviation) in deep-sea sediment traps (S2) and coral skeletons (A2 and A11) in Monterey Bay, California. Table 2. Bulk and amino acid δ15N records (average ± standard deviation) in deep-sea sediment traps (S2) and coral skeletons (A2 and A11) in Monterey Bay, California. Table EA1. δ13C and δ15N values (‰) of individual amino acids in in-house reference standard (homogenized cyanobacteria) analyzed along with field samples. Table EA3. Estimated vs. measured δ13C and δ15N values (‰) of export production in Monterey Bay, California.

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