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Carbon cycling within an East African lake revealed by the carbon isotope composition of diatom silica: a 25-ka record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro

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Lake Challa, East Africa, Lake carbon cycle, Carbon isotopes, Palaeoclimate, TEX86 TEMPERATURE RECORD, BIOGENIC SILICA, ORGANIC-MATTER, CLIMATE, VARIABILITY, KENYA, ECOSYSTEMS, RAINFALL, DIOXIDE, RUTUNDU, Diatom frustule carbon

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Barker, Philip A, Elizabeth R Hurrell, Melanie J Leng, et al. “Carbon Cycling Within an East African Lake Revealed by the Carbon Isotope Composition of Diatom Silica: a 25-ka Record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro.” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS 66 (2013): 55–63. Print.
APA
Barker, P. A., Hurrell, E. R., Leng, M. J., Plessen, B., Wolff, C., Conley, D. J., Keppens, E., et al. (2013). Carbon cycling within an East African lake revealed by the carbon isotope composition of diatom silica: a 25-ka record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro. QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, 66, 55–63.
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Barker, Philip A, Elizabeth R Hurrell, Melanie J Leng, Birgit Plessen, Christian Wolff, Daniel J Conley, Eddy Keppens, et al. 2013. “Carbon Cycling Within an East African Lake Revealed by the Carbon Isotope Composition of Diatom Silica: a 25-ka Record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro.” Quaternary Science Reviews 66: 55–63.
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Barker, Philip A, Elizabeth R Hurrell, Melanie J Leng, Birgit Plessen, Christian Wolff, Daniel J Conley, Eddy Keppens, Isla Milne, Brian F Cumming, Kathleen R Laird, Chris P Kendrick, Peter M Wynn, and Dirk Verschuren. 2013. “Carbon Cycling Within an East African Lake Revealed by the Carbon Isotope Composition of Diatom Silica: a 25-ka Record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro.” Quaternary Science Reviews 66: 55–63.
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Barker PA, Hurrell ER, Leng MJ, Plessen B, Wolff C, Conley DJ, et al. Carbon cycling within an East African lake revealed by the carbon isotope composition of diatom silica: a 25-ka record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro. QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS. 2013;66:55–63.
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P. A. Barker et al., “Carbon cycling within an East African lake revealed by the carbon isotope composition of diatom silica: a 25-ka record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro,” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, vol. 66, pp. 55–63, 2013.
@article{4091918,
  author       = {Barker, Philip A and Hurrell, Elizabeth R and Leng, Melanie J and Plessen, Birgit and Wolff, Christian and Conley, Daniel J and Keppens, Eddy and Milne, Isla and Cumming, Brian F and Laird, Kathleen R and Kendrick, Chris P and Wynn, Peter M and Verschuren, Dirk},
  issn         = {0277-3791},
  journal      = {QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS},
  keywords     = {Lake Challa,East Africa,Lake carbon cycle,Carbon isotopes,Palaeoclimate,TEX86 TEMPERATURE RECORD,BIOGENIC SILICA,ORGANIC-MATTER,CLIMATE,VARIABILITY,KENYA,ECOSYSTEMS,RAINFALL,DIOXIDE,RUTUNDU,Diatom frustule carbon},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {55--63},
  title        = {Carbon cycling within an East African lake revealed by the carbon isotope composition of diatom silica: a 25-ka record from Lake Challa, Mt. Kilimanjaro},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2012.07.016},
  volume       = {66},
  year         = {2013},
}

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