Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous)

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Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous). / Giltaij, Tom J.; van der Lubbe, Jeroen H. J. L.; Lindow, Bent E. K.; Schulp, Anne S.; Jagt, John W. M.

I: Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Bind 69, 2021, s. 59-70.

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Giltaij, TJ, van der Lubbe, JHJL, Lindow, BEK, Schulp, AS & Jagt, JWM 2021, 'Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous)', Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, bind 69, s. 59-70. https://doi.org/10.37570/bgsd-2021-69-04

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Giltaij, T. J., van der Lubbe, J. H. J. L., Lindow, B. E. K., Schulp, A. S., & Jagt, J. W. M. (2021). Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous). Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 69, 59-70. https://doi.org/10.37570/bgsd-2021-69-04

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Giltaij TJ, van der Lubbe JHJL, Lindow BEK, Schulp AS, Jagt JWM. Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous). Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark. 2021;69:59-70. https://doi.org/10.37570/bgsd-2021-69-04

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Giltaij, Tom J. ; van der Lubbe, Jeroen H. J. L. ; Lindow, Bent E. K. ; Schulp, Anne S. ; Jagt, John W. M. / Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous). I: Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark. 2021 ; Bind 69. s. 59-70.

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title = "Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous)",
abstract = "The carbon stable isotope composition (δ13C) of tooth enamel in mosasaurid squamates reflects aspects of their diet and diving behaviour. Here we present new δ13C data for such marine squamates from the Maastrichtian of Denmark and compare these with results obtained in previous studies from the lower-latitude type area of the Maastrichtian Stage (latest Cretaceous; 72.1–66.0 Ma) in the south-east Netherlands and north-east Belgium. For the Danish samples, there is a weak correlation between mosasaur body size and δ13C values, with larger-sized taxa having lower δ13C values, comparable to what has previously been observed for mosasaurs from the Maastrichtian type area.",
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T1 - Carbon isotope trends in north-west European mosasaurs (Squamata; Late Cretaceous)

AU - Giltaij, Tom J.

AU - van der Lubbe, Jeroen H. J. L.

AU - Lindow, Bent E. K.

AU - Schulp, Anne S.

AU - Jagt, John W. M.

PY - 2021

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N2 - The carbon stable isotope composition (δ13C) of tooth enamel in mosasaurid squamates reflects aspects of their diet and diving behaviour. Here we present new δ13C data for such marine squamates from the Maastrichtian of Denmark and compare these with results obtained in previous studies from the lower-latitude type area of the Maastrichtian Stage (latest Cretaceous; 72.1–66.0 Ma) in the south-east Netherlands and north-east Belgium. For the Danish samples, there is a weak correlation between mosasaur body size and δ13C values, with larger-sized taxa having lower δ13C values, comparable to what has previously been observed for mosasaurs from the Maastrichtian type area.

AB - The carbon stable isotope composition (δ13C) of tooth enamel in mosasaurid squamates reflects aspects of their diet and diving behaviour. Here we present new δ13C data for such marine squamates from the Maastrichtian of Denmark and compare these with results obtained in previous studies from the lower-latitude type area of the Maastrichtian Stage (latest Cretaceous; 72.1–66.0 Ma) in the south-east Netherlands and north-east Belgium. For the Danish samples, there is a weak correlation between mosasaur body size and δ13C values, with larger-sized taxa having lower δ13C values, comparable to what has previously been observed for mosasaurs from the Maastrichtian type area.

KW - Maastrichtian

KW - Mosasauridae

KW - North-west europe

KW - Stable isotopes

U2 - 10.37570/bgsd-2021-69-04

DO - 10.37570/bgsd-2021-69-04

M3 - Journal article

AN - SCOPUS:85111073756

VL - 69

SP - 59

EP - 70

JO - Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark

JF - Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark

SN - 0011-6297

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