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Due to the paucity of thick carbonates, little is known on the temporal variation of the contemporaneous SW composition during the Early Paleoproterozoic glaciation. A compilation of sulfur isotope data by Shields-Zhou and Och (2011) have revealed that δ34S values in the Archean do not exceed 20‰ and maximum Precambrian values do not exceed 45‰. The maximum δ34S values are in the Paleo-Mesoproterozoic boundary, in the late Mesoproterozoic, and in the late Cryogenian (Fig. 1). , 2011). , 2007) in the black shale.
2001), Sial et al. (2000), and Bekker et al. (2003) 36 CHAPTER 2 ISOTOPE AND ELEMENTAL CHEMOSTRATIGRAPHY documented this biogeochemical anomaly in Paleoproterozoic sedimentary rocks from these areas for the first time. , 2003), Bekker et al. 5‰ in dolomites of the Ribeirão das Antas Formation of the Crixás greenstone belt, Brazil, also reflect SW composition during the Lomagundi event. , 2008) confirmed this signal in the Crixás and other correlative greenstone belts in the State of Goiás (Brazil), and delimited it in age between c.
2009). , 1987). , 1998; Shen and Schidlowski, 2000; Kimura and Watanabe, 2001; Corsetti and Hagadorn, 2003; Tewari and Sial, 2007). , 2009). Between these isotope extremes lies a unique window to climatic and environmental change during the nexus of Ediacaran organismal diversification. , 1995; Narbonne, 1998). , 2009). , 2009). Oceanic δ13Ccarb fluctuations during the Paleozoic appear transitional between vigorous fluctuations observed in the Neoproterozoic (±10‰) and the increasingly stable Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras (Saltzman, 2005).