Passey et al. 2002, J. Geol. 110: 123-140. Environmental change in the Great Plains: An isotopic record from fossil horses.
Enamel pretreatment tests: excel.
Time series of modeled atmospheric CO2 d13C and expected C3, C4, and pure C3- and C4- diet tooth enamel carbon isotope compositions, based on planktonic forams: excel
Passey et al. 2005a, J. Arch. Sci. 32, 1459-1470. Carbon isotope fractionation between diet, breath, and bioapatite in different mammals.
Passey et al. 2005b, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 69, 4101-4116. Inverse methods for estimating primary input signals from time-averaged intra-tooth isotope profiles.
Intra-tooth profiles of hippopotamus and rabbit incisors: excel.
Passey and Cerling 2006, Chem. Geol. 235, 238-259. In situ stable isotope analysis (d13C, d18O) of very small teeth using laser ablation GC/IRMS.
Laser versus conventional H3PO4 comparison table: excel.
Intra-tooth isotope profiles of marmot and rabbit incisors: excel.
Passey et al., 2009, EPSL 277, 443-452. Strengthened East Asian summer monsoons during a period of high-latitude warmth? Isotopic evidence from Mio-Pliocene fossil mammals and soil carbonates from northern China.
Table S1: Modeled time-series for d13C of atmospheric CO2, C3 plants, C4 plants, soil carbonate, and tooth enamel for the past 20 Ma, based on benthic forams. Passey_2009_Table1.xls
Table S2: Tooth enamel d13C and d18O values of fossil mammals from northern China. Passey_2009_Table2.xls
Table S3: Soil carbonate d13C and d18O values from Baode, Shanxi Province, northern China. Passey_2009_Table3.xls
Passey et al., 2010, PNAS 107, 11245-11249. High-temperature environments of human evolution in East Africa based on bond ordering in paleosol carbonates.
Table S3: Stable and clumped-isotope compositions of recent soil carbonates from China, Kenya, Ethiopia, and California. Passey 2010 Table S3.doc
Table S4: Stable and clumped-isotope compositions of paleosol carbonates from the Turkana Basin, Kenya. Passey 2010 Table S4.doc
Table S6: Raw data (Clumped isotope results for heated gases, standards, and samples) (i.e., all data necessary to evaluate the data reduction scheme used in the paper, or to re-evaluate the data according to alternative schemes). Passey 2010 Table S6.xlx