Strontium isotopes reveal weathering processes in lateritic covers in southern China with implications for paleogeographic reconstructions - Fig 6

<p><b>Distributions of</b><sup><b>87</b></sup><b>Sr/</b><sup><b>86</b></sup><b>Sr ratio with (A) K</b><sub><b>2</b></sub><b>O, (B) CIA value, (C) CaO, (D) Fe</b><sub><b>2</b></sub><b>O</b><sub><b>3</b></sub><b>, and (F) P</b><sub><b>2</b></sub><b>O</b><sub><b>5</b></sub><b>and relationships between (E) Fe</b><sub><b>2</b></sub><b>O</b><sub><b>3</b></sub><b>and P</b><sub><b>2</b></sub><b>O</b><sub><b>5</b></sub>. Significant correlations are shown in the plots. CaO refers to the total content.</p>