Isobar in Literature

The following academic publications utilized Isobar Science isotope services in their research:

  • Huang, T., Li, Z., Long, Y., Zhang, F., Pang, Z., 2022. Role of desorption-adsorption and ion exchange in isotopic and chemical (Li, B, and Sr) evolution of water following water–rock interaction. Journal of Hydrology, 610, p.127800.
  • James, N.P. and Clarke, J.D.A., (2023). Israelite Plain, southwestern Australia, a siliciclastic, late Quaternary Coorong analogue, without dolomite. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, pp.1-22.
  • Lin, K.C., Lee, C.Y. and Wang, P.L., 2022. A multi-isotope analysis on human and pig tooth enamel from prehistoric Sichuan, China, and its archaeological implications. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 14(8), p.145.
  • Missimer, T.M. and Hegy, M., A Plio‐Pleistocene eustatic and storm‐controlled mixed carbonate‐siliciclastic marine ramp deposit in south‐west Florida: An example of sediment homogenisation with maintenance of carbonate‐producing organisms. The Depositional Record.
  • Tsukamoto, S., Bussert, R., Delagnes, A., Richter, M., Mohammednoor, M., Bedri, O., Kraatz, B., Müller, J., Salih, K., Eisawi, A. and Bibi, F., 2022.
    Luminescence chronology of fossiliferous fluvial sediments along the middle Atbara River, Sudan. Quaternary Geochronology. 71, p. 101312.
  • Yoon, H.H., Kim, J.C., Yoo, D.G., Lee, G.S. and Hong, S.H., 2022. Multi dating approach of long marine core sediments from the south-eastern continental shelf of Korea: Comparison of SAR OSL, TT-OSL and pIRIR dates. Quaternary Geochronology, 73, p. 101338.
  •  Zhou, L., Erdenebaatar, D., Mijiddorj, E., Galbadrakh, B., Lan, W. and Liu, B., 2023. Strontium isotope analysis of the Xiongnu nobles and their followers in Central Mongolia. Archaeological Research in Asia, 34, p.100446.

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