Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Helium Isotope Laboratory data release no. 1
Jenkins, William J.
Collentro, William V.
Boudreau, Richard D.
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This report summarizes technique, estimated precisions and results for 3H and 3He analyses made on three cruises in the Sargasso Sea. In addition, a statistical treatment is made on 36 surface (≤10m) 3He/4He analyses to obtain an estimate of the solubility isotope effect and its temperature dependence to be ( α - 1) X 1000 °/oo = -(17.3 ~ 0.8) +(0.28 ~ 0.06) T (°C) with a regression scatter of 2.6 °/oo and a linear correlation coefficient of 0.640.
Suggested CitationJenkins, W. J., Collentro, W. V., & Boudreau, R. D. (1979). Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Helium Isotope Laboratory data release no. 1. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/8265
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