JAAS 30 Weeks to 30 – Week 30!

LA-ICPMS elemental imaging of complex discontinuous carbonates: An example using large benthic foraminifera

Evans & Muller

Well this is it, we’ve reached Week 30, and this time the theme is pearl! Our paper this week is from our Elemental Imaging themed issue.

Researchers from the UK are looking at benthic foraminifera, tiny carbonate sea organisms, and using them to look at palaeoenvironmental information and to study the climate of the past.

This paper will be free to read until Jan 31st .

LA-ICPMS elemental imaging of complex discontinuous carbonates: An example using large benthic foraminifera
David Evans and Wolfgang Müller
J. Anal. At. Spectrom., 2013, 28, 1039-1044
DOI: 10.1039/C3JA50053E

Thank you for following us on our countdown to the 30th Anniversary of JAAS! We hope you have enjoyed the journey and had a chance to see the wide breadth of research that we publish.

See you in 2015!

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