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All abstracts by Noah Planavsky in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Ecological Adaptation Moderates the Temperature-Sensitivity of the Biological Carbon Pump
Gaskell D, Fakhraee M, Planavsky N & Hull P

(2020) Neoproterozoic-Paleozoic Redox-Sensitive Trace Metal Records: Oxygenation, Not As We Know It
Stockey R, Sperling E, Farrell U, Planavsky N & Sgp Trace Metal Working Group 

(2020) The Potential Role of Later Alteration on the Inferred Mo and U Isotope Compositions of Mantle Reservoirs Derived from OIB Lavas
Gaschnig R, Reinhard C, Planavsky N, Wang X, Asael D & Jackson M

(2020) A Record of Long-Term Terrestrialization?
Beaty B & Planavsky N

(2020) Bioturbation—past, Future and Biogeochemical Feedbacks
Tarhan L, Zhao M-Y & Planavsky N

(2020) Chromium Isotope Systematics and Diagenesis in Marine Carbonates
Wang C, Rybacki K, Hardisty D, Wang X, Reinhard C & Planavsky N

(2020) Mid-Proterozoic Atmospheric O2 Levels Re-calculated from D17O Values in Sulfates Using a Detailed 1-D Photochemical Model
Liu P, Liu J, Reinhard C, Planavsky N, Babikov D, Boering K & Kasting J

(2020) The Role of Seafloor-Hydrothermal Activity as a Driver of Marine Anoxia
Davis Barnes B, Slack J, Hannington M, Planavsky N & Kump L

(2020) Heaviest Precambrian Shale U Isotopes to Date: Oxygenation in the ~2.0 Ga Zaonega Formation, Russia
Mänd K, Lalonde S, Robbins J, Thoby M, Paiste K, Kreitsmann T, Paiste P, Reinhard C, Romashkin A, Planavsky N, Kirsimäe K, Lepland A & Konhauser K

(2020) The Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event was Promoted by Persistent Deep Oceanic Anoxia
Zhang F, Stockey R, Planavsky N, Fan J, Li N, Finnegan S, Edwards C, Goldberg S, Saltzman M, Dahl T, Bergmann K, Sperling E, Zhang H, Wang X & Shen S-Z

(2018) δ238U in Organic-Rich Marine and Lake Sediment Suggest Surface Oxygenation at 3.0 Ga
Wang X, Ossa Ossa F & Planavsky N

(2018) Environmental Fluctuation Triggered the Cambrian Explosion?
Wei G, Planavsky N, Tarhan L, Chen X, Wei W, Li D & Ling H

(2018) Phosphorus Scavenging and Release during Low Temperature Alteration of Oceanic Crust
Syverson D, Katchkinoff J, Rooney A & Planavsky N

(2018) A Thallium Isotope Record of Ocean Oxygenation during the Lomagundi Event
Li Z, Owens J, Planavsky N, Ozaki K & Reinhard C

(2018) The Tl and Cr Isotope Composition of the Upper Continental Crust from the Archean to Present
Gaschnig R, Owens J, Newby S, Reinhard C, Wang X, Asael D, Planavsky N & Rudnick R

(2018) Persistent Global Marine Anoxia in the Early Silurian
Stockey R, Cole D, Planavsky N, Loydell D, Frýda J & Sperling E

(2018) Uranium Isotope Fractionation Factors in Ferruginous Settings
Cole D, Longley M, Wilkes D, Wang X, Swanner E, Witkop C, Sperling E & Planavsky N

(2018) Sustained High-Mg Precambrian Ocean Conditions: A Two Billion Year Hangover?
Hood A, Zhang S, Planavsky N & Wallace M

(2018) Intensified Anoxia during the Permian-Triassic Transition: Evidence from U Isotope Records in Muddy Sediments
Shen J & Planavsky N

(2018) Significant Influence of Seawater Calcium Concentration on Marine Phosphorus Burial
Zhao M, Planavsky N, Tarhan L, Zhang S & Reinhard C

(2018) Stepwise Oxygenation of the Paleozoic Atmosphere
Krause A, Mills B, Zhang S, Planavsky N, Lenton T & Poulton S

(2018) Nutrients, Ecosystems, and the Expansion of Eukaryotic Life
Reinhard C, Ward B, Planavsky N, Love G & Ridgwell A

(2018) Clay Authigenesis (Reverse Weathering) as a pH-Thermostat and its Role in the Evolution of Climate Stability
Tang-Isson T & Planavsky N

(2018) The Impact of Early Paleozoic Bioturbation Upon Phosphorus Cycling
Tarhan L, Zhao M & Planavsky N

(2018) Glacial Oxygen Delivery in the Neoproterozoic: Fe Isotope Evidence
Lechte M, Wallace M, Hood A, Planavsky N, Li W, Jiang G, McColl S & Asael D

(2018) Tracking Proterozoic Oxygenation
Planavsky N

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