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With regards to strontium (Sr) isotope ratios, they are not commonly expressed in standard ‘‘delta notation’’ but instead as the ratio of 87Sr to 86Sr in a sample; this ratio has a wide range. 5 The observed ranges in the sulfur isotope ratios of various materials on Earth expressed in delta units (d34S) relative to CDT. DMS is dimethyl sulfide (modified and/or adapted from Ehleringer and Rundel 1989, Hoefs 1997, Criss 1999, Coplen et al. 2002, Fry 2006, and literature cited in the text). ecological applications.