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Carbon Isotope innovations is a hands-on advent to utilizing carbon isotope tracers in experimental biology and ecology. It presents a simple bench-top reference with many simple-to-follow protocols for learning vegetation, animals, and soils. The 11C, 12C, 13C, and 14C carbon isotopes are thought of and traditional options are defined through confirmed authors. it is a artificial compilation of well-established techniques.
Researchers and scholars in quite a lot of disciplines spanning plant and soil technology, agricultural chemistry, forestry, ecology, oceanography, limnology, biogeochemistry, anthropology, and archaeology will locate Carbon Isotope concepts a priceless source.
- gains isotopes in ecological research
- Highlights particular user-oriented techniques
- Considers carbon cycle in vegetation, soils, animals, air, and water
- presents examples and pattern calculations for radioisotopes in plant, soil, and aquatic biology
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