Publications

+ indicates student author; # denotes corresponding author.

23) Dong, Y., Gachetti, A., Wu, Q., De Palma, M., Hu, X., Brachfeld, S., Yang, Z., Wang, J., Jiang, S., Cui, Y., (in revision) Paleoenvironment reconstruction of the eastern Tethys during the pre-onset excursion prior to the PETM.

22) Shan, Y., Wang, J.#, Liu, Q., Tarhan, L., (in review) International collaboration in geoscience lags behind other subjects.

21) Zhang, Z.+ and Wang, J.#, (in revision) Quantification of classical and non-classical crystallization pathways in calcite precipitation [Preprint].

20) Suhrhoff T. J., Reershemius T., Wang, J., Jordan, J. S., Reinhard, C. T., Planavsky, N. J., (in revision) Assessing the feasibility of soil-based mass balance approaches to quantify CO2 removal from enhanced rock weathering for soils of the contiguous USA.

19) Lazowski, C., Melnyk, S., Rueda, D., Wang J., Tarhan L., Hauck T., Alessi, D., K. Konhauser, and Murray Gingras, (in review) Wind-blown lithium deposits in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin.

18) Jiang, S., Cui, Y., Wang, Y., De Palma, M., Naafs, D., Jiang, J., Hu, X., Wu, H., Chu, R., Gu, Y., Wang, J., Huang, Y., Ingalls, M., Bralower, T., Zachos, J., (in revision) Increased climate instability prior to and during the PETM.

17) Chiaravalloti, I., Theunissen, N., Zhang, S., Wang, J., Sun, F., Ahmed, A., Pihlap, E., Reinhard, C., and Planavsky, N., 2023 Mitigation of soil nitrous oxide emissions during maize production with basalt amendments. Frontiers in Climate.

16) Wang, J.#, Tarhan, L.#, Jacobson, A., Oehlert, A., Planavsky, N., 2023. The evolution of the marine carbonate factory. Nature.

15) Wang, J.# 2023. New proxy reveals the peculiar Ediacaran phosphorus cycle (in Chinese). Chinese Science Bulletin.

14) Wang, J.#, Jacobson, A.D., Sageman, B.B., Hurtgen, M. T., 2023. δ44/40Ca-δ88/86Sr multi-proxy constrains primary origin of Marinoan cap carbonates. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.

13) Wang, J.#, Asael, D., Planavsky, N.J., Tarhan, L. G., 2023. An investigation of factors affecting high-precision Sr isotope analyses 87Sr/86Sr and δ88/86Sr by MC-ICP-MS. Chemical Geology.

12) Wei, G., Wang, J., Planavsky, N.J., Zhao, M., Bolton, E. W., Jiang, L., Asael, D., Wei. W., Ling, H., 2022. On the origin of Shuram carbon isotope excursion in South China and its implication on Ediacaran atmospheric oxygen levels. Precambrian Research.

11) Dong, Y.+, Cui, Y., Wang, J.#, Zheng, F., Wu, Y., Jiang, S., Li Z., 2021. Paleozoic carbon cycle dynamics Insights from stable carbon isotopes in carbonate and C3 land plants. Earth Science Reviews.

10) Wang, W., Katchinoff, J., Garbelli, C., Immenhauser, A., Zheng, Q., Zhang, Y., Yuan, D., Shi, Y., Wang, J., Planavsky, N., Shen, S., 2021. Revisiting the Permian seawater 87Sr/86Sr record: New perspectives from brachiopod proxy data and stochastic oceanic box models. Earth Science Reviews. Earth Science Reviews.

9) Wang, J.#, Jacobson, A.D., Sageman, B.B., Hurtgen, M. T., 2021. Ca and Sr isotopes indicate volcanism-triggered biocalcification crisis during Oceanic Anoxic Event 1a. Geology.

8) Chen, Y., Wang, J.#, Zhou Z., Chen X., Zhao Z, Shi P., Han Y., 2020. Ancient Microorganisms and Carotenoid Preserved in Fluid Inclusion in Halite from Chaka Salt Lake, Western China: Evidence from Micro-observation and in situ Raman Spectroscopy. Acta Geologica Sinica.

7) Wang, J.#, Arthur, M.A., 2020. The diagenetic origin and depositional history of the Cherry Valley Member , Middle Devonian Marcellus Formation. Chemical Geology.

6) Dong, Y.+, Fu, S., Wen L., Chen, H., Wang, J., Zhu, P., Xu, S., Cui, Y., Tectonic control of Guadalupian-Lopingian cherts in northwestern Sichuan Basin, South China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.

5) Linzmeier, B.J., Jacobson, A.D., Sageman, B.B., Hurtgen, M.T., Ankney, M.E., Petersen, S.V., Tobin, T.S., Kitch, G.D. and Wang, J., 2020. Calcium isotope evidence for environmental variability before and across the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction. Geology.

4) Cui, Y, Zhang, F., Wang, J., Shen S. Z., Marine anoxia and ocean acidification during the end-Permian extinction: an integrated view from δ238U and δ44/40Ca proxies and Earth system modeling. Environmental Change and Large Igneous Province: The Deadly Kiss of LIPs, AGU Book 2020.

3) Dong, Y.+, Chen, H., Wang, J., Hou, M., Zhu, P., Zhang, C., Cui. Y., 2020, Thermal convection dolomitization induced by the Emeishan Large Igneous Province. Marine and Petroleum Geology.

2) Zhu, P., Dong, Y., Chen, M., Li, Z., Han, B., Wang, J., and Cui, Y., 2020, Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering Quantitative evaluation of pore structure from mineralogical and diagenetic information extracted from well logs in tight sandstone reservoirs. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering.

1) Wang, J.#, Jacobson, A.D., Zhang, H., Ramezani, J., Sageman, B.B., Hurtgen, M.T., Bowring, S.A. and Shen, S.Z., 2019. Coupled δ44/40Ca, δ88/86Sr, and 87Sr/86Sr geochemistry across the end-Permian mass extinction event. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.