Data for: Refining the temperature dependence of the oxygen and clumped isotopic compositions of structurally bound carbonate in apatite

Published: 24 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/m39sc4xsdb.1
Niklas Löffler, Jens Fiebig, Andreas Mulch, Thomas Tütken, Burkhard C. Schmidt, David Bajnai, Anika C. Conrad, Ulrike Wacker, Michael E. Boettcher


Compilation of all measured and calculated data from equilibrated gases and empirical transfer functions (I.), standard (II.) and sample (III.) measurements including δ47 and raw Δ47 values. Comparison of [Brand] processed Δ47 values of ETH-1, ETH-2, and ETH-3 with Δ47 values from prior studies (IV.). The sample materials (III.) are: Synthetic hydroxyapatites, tooth enamel(oid) and dentine from African elephant (Loxodonta africana) and Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus), sand tiger shark tooth dentine (Carcharias taurus), and megatooth shark tooth enameloid (Carcharodon megalodon).



Isotope Geochemistry, Analytical Geochemistry, Temperature, Shark, Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction, Stable Isotopes Technique, Elephant, Paleobiology