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(2019) Organosulfur Evidence for the Ocean Redox in South China during Ediacaran-Cambrian Transition
Wang C, Xu B, Dai F, Lan T, Ma Z & Meng F

(2018) Anomalous Distribution of N-Alkyl-CycloheXANES: A Potential Biomarker for Acidophilic Thermophilic Bacteria in Mesoproterozoic Hongshuizhuang-Xiamaling Shales
Wang C

(2017) Unravel the Earth’s Oxygenation History with Molecular Organic Sulfur Geochemistry
Wang C, Lyons T, Bekker A, Love G & Planavsky N

(2017) The Jixian System and Xiamaling Formation: Views of the Mid-Proterozoic Through the Lens of an Evolving Continental Margin
Diamond C, Wang C & Lyons T

(2016) Evolution of Earth's Phosphorus Cycle
Reinhard CT, Planavsky NJ, Gill BC, Robbins LJ, Lyons TW, Fischer WW, Wang C, Cole DB & Konhauser KO

(2016) The 1.4 Ga Xiamaling Formation, North China: What it can and Cannot Tell us About the Mesoproterozoic
Diamond C, Planavsky N, Wang C & Lyons T

(2014) Secular Variations in Organic and Inorganic Carbon Isotope of the Mesoproterozoic (1.7–1.3 Ga) Sedimentary Successions on the North China Craton
Wang C, Zhang Z, Wang M, Li Y, Huang S, Wang J, Zhang X, Gai H & Xiong X

(2013) Biomarker Evidence for the Neoproterozoic Marine Redox Condition in South China
Wang C, Xiong X, Gai H, Liu Y, Li B, Zhou X & Xue B

(2012) The Co-evolution of Prokaryotes-Eukaryotes and Ocean Chemistry on the North China Craton during Mesoproterozoic (1.6 – 1.3 Ga)
Wang C, Wang M, Xu J, Li Y, Yu Y, Bai J, Dong T, Wang J, Huang S, Zhang X, Wang L, Xiong X & Gai H

(2011) 13α(n-alkyl)-Tricyclic Terpanes: A Series of Biomarkers for the Unique Microbial Mat Ecosystem in the Middle Mesoproterozoic (1.45~1.30Gyr) North China Sea
Wang C, Wang M, Xu J, Li Y, Yu Y, Bai J, Dong T, Zhang X, Xiong X & Gai H

(2010) Biomarker Evidence for an Unique Prokaryotic Microbial Mat Ecosystem in a Epicontinental Sea on the Mesoproterozoic (1.45~1.30Gyr) North China Craton
Wang C

(2009) Biomarker Evidence for Eukaryote Algae Flourishing in a Mesoproterozoic (1.6~1.5Gyr) Stratified Sea on the North China Craton
Wang C

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