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Changes in Terrestrial Organic Matter Input to the Western Kolchumskaya Anticlinal, During the Jurassic

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Integrated terrestrial and marine records of Western Siberia vegetation are needed to provide long high resolution records of environmental variability with established links to specific terrestrial environments. We analyzed higher plant biomarkers in jurassic sediments. Molecular abundance distributions indicate that long chain n-alkanoic acids in marine sediments are the most reliable proxy for terrestrial vegetation (Carbon Preference Index, CPI = 1.66). Variations in the concentrations of long-chain n-alkanes and indicate a higher contribution of terrestrial OM (OM of higher plants). The ACL values of n-alkanes for the studied interval 28.03 (27.65–28.59) indicate a warm (tropical) region of the source of OM formation. The narrow range of Paq values suggests that the amount of water seeping through the swamp was fairly stable over most of the time interval under consideration. The water level in the peat bog was elevated during most of the period under review.

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Popov, P., Khopta, I. (2023). Changes in Terrestrial Organic Matter Input to the Western Kolchumskaya Anticlinal, During the Jurassic. In: Isaeva, E., Rocha, Á. (eds) Science and Global Challenges of the 21st Century – Innovations and Technologies in Interdisciplinary Applications. Perm Forum 2022. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 622. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-28086-3_34

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