Tooth Oxygen Isotope Ratios As Paleoclimate Monitors In Arid Ecosystems View Full Text


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DATE

2002

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Margaret J. Schoeninger , Matthew J. Kohn , John W. Valley

ABSTRACT

We report the oxygen stable isotope ratios in tooth enamel of several desertadapted species from east of Lake Turkana in northern Kenya to assess their potential as monitors of temperature and humidity in paleoclimate studies. The data are considered in relation to two recently proposed models of δ 18 O phosphate in large mammals. The first model scales physiological parameters pertaining to oxygen inputs and outputs according to body mass for animals. The second model considers these parameters independent of body size. With one exception the data show an inverse relation between body size and δ 18 O phosphate as expected but the range of values is five times that predicted by the body size model. This is attributed to the lack of surface water drinking by these species. Two species (dik dik and oryx) have δ 18 O phosphate which meet predictions of the second model when unique behavioral patterns are considered. Such species would not be useful in paleoclimate studies because the behavioral patterns would not be known in fossil species. In contrast, Burchell’s zebra δ 18 O phosphate would be useful because as an obligate drinker, the δ 18 O body water in this species has a consistent relation with δ 18 O body water . Grant’s gazelle δ 18 O phosphate may serve as a monitor of humidity but further study is required to demonstrate this conclusively. More... »

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117-140

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Biogeochemical Approaches to Paleodietary Analysis

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0-306-46457-8

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