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    海洋沉积物的锌同位素地球化学及其应用

    瞿瑗汝 吕逸文 刘盛遨

    瞿瑗汝, 吕逸文, 刘盛遨, 2021. 海洋沉积物的锌同位素地球化学及其应用. 地球科学, 46(11): 4097-4106. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2020.374
    引用本文: 瞿瑗汝, 吕逸文, 刘盛遨, 2021. 海洋沉积物的锌同位素地球化学及其应用. 地球科学, 46(11): 4097-4106. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2020.374
    Qu Yuanru, Lü Yiwen, Liu Sheng'ao, 2021. Zinc Isotope Geochemistry of Marine Sediments and Its Applications: A Review. Earth Science, 46(11): 4097-4106. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2020.374
    Citation: Qu Yuanru, Lü Yiwen, Liu Sheng'ao, 2021. Zinc Isotope Geochemistry of Marine Sediments and Its Applications: A Review. Earth Science, 46(11): 4097-4106. doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2020.374

    海洋沉积物的锌同位素地球化学及其应用

    doi: 10.3799/dqkx.2020.374
    基金项目: 

    国家重点研发计划项目 2019YFA0708400

    国家自然科学基金青年项目 42003013

    国家自然科学基金重点项目 41730214

    详细信息
      作者简介:

      瞿瑗汝(1997-), 女, 博士研究生, 主要研究方向为锌同位素地球化学.ORCID: 0000-0002-1428-0002.E-mail: qyr@cugb.edu.cn

      通讯作者:

      吕逸文, ORCID: 0000-0002-3993-4498.E-mail: lvyiwende@163.com

    • 中图分类号: P597

    Zinc Isotope Geochemistry of Marine Sediments and Its Applications: A Review

    • 摘要: 锌同位素体系是海洋地球化学研究的新示踪剂,应用于示踪海水中锌元素的来源及其运移过程.海洋沉积物作为锌元素重要的"源"与/或"汇",其锌同位素组成的研究有助于理解海洋锌元素的地球化学循环.海洋沉积物记录了海水组成的信息,可以反演古海水锌同位素组成的变化,前提是理解沉积物与海水之间的分馏.对海水及海洋不同储库锌同位素研究进行系统总结,包括河流输入、热液体系、不同类型海洋沉积物(如富碳酸盐的沉积物、陆源硅酸盐碎屑、硅质沉积物、铁锰结核、贫氧-缺氧沉积物)的锌同位素组成,阐述了海洋沉积物锌同位素组成变化在古气候、古环境重建以及古海洋学等领域的应用以及重要性.

       

    • 图  1  不同种属硅藻细胞与初始培养基的Zn同位素分馏值与细胞内Fe/P比值关系

      数据来源于Köbberich and Vance(2017, 2018)

      Fig.  1.  Zn isotope fractionation between biomass and the initial culturing medium (Δ66Zn), as observed for three different Thalassiosira strains with different Fe/P ratios

      图  2  不同种类硅质沉积物的Zn同位素组成

      数据来源于Andersen et al.(2011)Hendry and Andersen(2013)

      Fig.  2.  Zn isotopic composition of different types of siliceous sediments

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