Amino acid δ 13 C fingerprints of nearshore marine autotrophs are consistent across broad spatiotemporal scales: an intercontinental isotopic dataset and likely biochemical drivers

Emma A. Elliott Smith, Michael D. Fox, Marilyn L. Fogel, Seth D. Newsome

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