Data from: Estimating soil pCO2 using paleosol carbonates: implications for the relationship between primary productivity and faunal richness in ancient terrestrial ecosystems

 

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Description Composite stratigraphic sections for the Lourinhã formation in the Portugal study area. Shading indicates pedogenically modified strata. White triangles and black circles denote positions of pedogenic carbonates and organic matter samples used in pCO2 calculations.
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Description Composite stratigraphic sections for the Morrison Formation at the three localities in the Western U.S. Shading indicates pedogenically modified strata. White triangles and black circles denote positions of pedogenic carbonates and organic matter samples used in pCO2 calculations.
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Description Stratigraphic section for the Stanleyville Group in the Samba Core. Modified from Cahen et al. (1959). Light blue shading indicates pedogenically modified strata. White triangles and black circles denote positions of pedogenic carbonates and organic matter samples used in pCO2 calculations.
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Title Supplementary Figure 04
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Description Stratigraphic variation in carbon-isotope values for pedogenic carbonates and organic matter from the Lourinhã and Morrison formations. (A) Pedogenic carbonates from northern section of Lourinhã formation, (B) Pedogenic carbonates from southern section of Lourinhã formation, (C) Pedogenic carbonates from Ghost Ranch section of Morrison Formation, (D) Pedogenic carbonates from Shell section of Morrison Formation, (E) Organic matter from northern section of Lourinhã formation, (F) Organic matter from southern section of Lourinhã formation.
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Title Supplementary Table 01
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Description Carbon-isotope values of pedogenic carbonate samples (n = 56) from the Lourinhã formation. Values range from -10.66‰ to -5.31‰, with an average of -8.30‰.
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Title Supplementary Table 02
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Description Carbon-isotope values of pedogenic carbonate samples (n = 32) from the Morrison Formation. Values range from -6.96‰ to -3.28‰, with an average of -5.71‰. Ghost Ranch, NM; SH = Shell, WY; MD = Bridger, MT.
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Title Supplementary Table 03
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Description Carbon-isotope values of carbonate samples (n = 7) from the Stanleyville Group. Only CS34 is suitable for use in soil pCO2 calculations. See text for discussion.
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Title Supplementary Table 04
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Description Carbon-isotope values of plant-derived organic matter from the Lourinhã formation (n = 66). Values range from -29.36‰ to -20.18‰. The average δ13C value for all samples is -22.33‰. PT = northern section; PL = southern section.
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Title Supplementary Table 05
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Description Carbon-isotope values of plant-derived organic matter from the Morrison Formation (n = 4). Values range from -22.28‰ to -18.68‰. The average δ13C value for all samples is -21.04‰. GR = Ghost Ranch, NM; MD = Bridger, MT; SH = Shell, WY.
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Title Supplementary Table 06
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Description Carbon-isotope values of plant-derived organic matter from the Stanleyville Group (n = 5). The average δ13C value for all samples is -24.30‰. Only samples CS21 and CS29 are potentially Upper Jurassic; all other samples are Lower Cretaceous.
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Myers TS, Tabor NJ, Jacobs LL, Mateus O (2012) Estimating soil pCO2 using paleosol carbonates: implications for the relationship between primary productivity and faunal richness in ancient terrestrial ecosystems. Paleobiology 38(4): 585-604. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/11005.1

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Myers TS, Tabor NJ, Jacobs LL, Mateus O (2012) Data from: Estimating soil pCO2 using paleosol carbonates: implications for the relationship between primary productivity and faunal richness in ancient terrestrial ecosystems. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8q5t4
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