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All abstracts by Graham Shields in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Reconstructing Biogeochemical Cycles during and after the Ediacaran DOUNCE (Shuram) Excursion
Tian Z, Shields G, Zhou Y, Zhu M & Lu M

(2020) The Recovery of the Shuram Anomaly and Paleoproductivity Balance
Cañadas Blasco F, Papineau D, Leng MJ & Shields G

(2019) Sulfate Imbalance, Climate Change and Mass Extinctions
Shields G & Mills B

(2019) How Warm was Climate over the Phanerozoic and Why?
Mills B, Krause A, Scotese C, Hill D, Shields G & Lenton T

(2019) Late Ediacaran Organic Matter Characterization in South China
Cañadas F, Shields G, Papineau D, Zhu M & Leng MJ

(2017) A Tonian Seawater Strontium Isotope Curve
Zhou Y, Manning C, Li D, Ling H, Zhu M & Shields G

(2017) Reconstructing Variations in Atmospheric O2 during the Paleozoic and Mesozoic
Mills B, Krause A, Finnie C, Belcher C, Lenton T, Newton R & Shields G

(2017) Tectonic Controls on the Long-Term Carbon Isotope Mass Balance
Shields G & Mills B

(2015) Constructing a Neoproterozoic Seawater Strontium Isotope Curve
Zhou Y, Shields G, Manning C, Thirlwall M, Thurow J, Zhu M & Ling H

(2013) Higher Oxygenation Level after Sturtian Glaciation Meltdown Despite Varying Local Redox in Nanhua Basin
Ling H-F, Chen X, Li D, Shields G, Vance D & Och L

(2011) Redox Evolution of the Late Neoproterozoic to Early Cambrian Ocean on Yangtze Platform, China
Chen X, Vance D, Ling H, Archer C, Shields G & Och L

(2011) Carbonate-Associated Sulfate: A Seawater Proxy with Potential and Weaknesses
Wotte T, Strauss H & Shields G

(2011) Transient Oxic Conditions Amid Ferruginous Deep Waters after the Cryogenian Sturtian Glaciation Evidenced from Fe-C-S Proxies
Li D, Ling H, Shields G, Och L & Poulton S

(2010) Sequential Leaching Methods for Strontium Isotope Stratigraphy: Analysis of Marine Authigenic Carbonates and Phosphates
Li D, Shields G, Ling H-F & Thirlwall M

(2009) Testing Primary Origin and Duration of the Largest Negative δ13C Excursion in the Ediacaran Ocean: Insight from South China
Zhu M, Lü M, Shen Y, Shields G & Zhang J

(2009) Microbial Life in Alkaline Environments on Earth and the Potential for Life on Other Planets
Hobday C, Crawford I, Jones A, Shields G & Ward J

(2009) C and Sr Isotope Stratigraphy of the Ediacaran-Cambrian Xiaotan Section, Yangtze Platform, S. China
Li D, Ling H, Shields G & Chen X

(2009) δ15N Chemostratigraphy of Ediacaran-Cambrian Sections of South China
Cremonese L, Struck U, Shields G, Ling H, Guo Q & Och L

(2009) Redox-Sensitive Trace Metals during the Neoproterozoic Oxygenation Event
Och L, Shields G, Ling H, Li D, Cremonese L, Thirlwall M, Manning C & Osborne T

(2008) High Primary Productivity and Denitrification after the Paleoproterozoic Phosphogenic Event in the Aravalli Supergroup, India
Papineau D, Purohit R, Goldberg T, Pi D, Shields G, Bhu H & Fogel M

(2007) Tracing Oceanic Sulphate with Phosphorite Geochemistry
Goldberg T & Shields G

(2006) Phosphorites as tracers of 2.0 Gyr old ocean chemistry and oxygenation
Goldberg T & Shields G

(2006) Using Sr/Nd isotopic ratios to determine sediment sources in the Burdekin Falls Dam, Queensland, Australia.
Cooper M, Shields G, Faithful J & Zhao J

(2006) Paleoclimates, Ocean Depth, and the Oxygen Isotopic Composition of Seawater
Kasting J, Howard T, Wallmann K, Veizer J, Shields G & Jaffres J

(2004) Isotopic Evidence for Methane Seep Origin of Barite in Neoproterozoic Cap Carbonates of NW Africa
Shields G, Deynoux M, Strauss H & Stille P

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