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Summary

We measured and evaluated carbon and oxygen isotopic values of bulk rock samples of the Moosburg drilling core. The data suggest that strata of Oxfordian, Kimmeridgian and Tithonian age can be distinguished according to their carbon and oxygen isotopic values. Dolomites from Kimmeridgian strata and Tithonian strata show significant differences in their oxygen isotopic values, too.

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2020-12-07
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