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(2020) Sulfur Isotopic Record Associated with the Late Cambrian Steptoean Positive Carbon Isotope Excursion (SPICE) from South China
Huang J, Feng L & Chu X

(2017) SIMS U-Pb Zircon Ages and Ni-Mo-Pge Geochemistry of the Lower Cambrian Niutitang Formation in South China: Constraints on Ni-Mo-Pge Mineralization
Lan Z, Li X-H, Chu X, Tang G, Yang S, Yang H, Liu H, Jiang T & Wang T

(2016) The Suboxic Ediacaran Ocean—— Constraints from the Doushantuo Phosphorites and their REEs
Chu X, Li X & Chen Y

(2015) Secondary Phosphatization of the Earliest Cambrian Shelly Fossil Anabarites
Chen Y, Chu X, Zhang X & Zhai M

(2014) Geochemical Evidence for Ferruginous Marine Conditions Following the Paleoproterozoic Demise of Iron Formation Deposition
Li C, Planavsky N, Love G, Lyons T, Reinhard C, Feng L, Huang J, Zhang Q & Chu X

(2013) Dynamic Carbon Cycle in the Ediacaran Yangtze Basin
Chu X

(2012) A Highly Stratified Cryogenian Marine Basin Recorded in the Datangpo Formation, South China
Li C, Love G, Lyons T, Scott C, Feng L, Huang J, Chang H, Zhang Q & Chu X

(2012) A Reevaluation of Early Cambrian Ocean Redox Conditions Through the Iron Geochemical Studies of the Lower Hetang Black Shales in South China
Feng L, Li C, Huang J, Chang H, Li C, Zhang Q & Chu X

(2012) Weathering of Mafic Rocks and Early Animal Evolution in the Ediacaran of South China
Huang J, Chu X, Lyons T, Planavsky N & Wen H

(2011) First Episode of Widespread Ocean Oxygenation 551 Myr ago
Kendall B, Komiya T, Lyons T, Bates S, Jiang G, Creaser R, Xiao S, McFadden K, Sawaki Y, Tahata M, Shu D, Han J, Li Y, Chu X & Anbar A

(2011) What Role did Methane Seeps Play in the Formation of the Doushantuo Cap Carbonate?
Chu X, Huang J & Lyons T

(2009) A Geochemical Redox Model for Ediacaran Ocean Chemistry in Nanhua Basin, South China
Li C, Love G, Lyons T, Sessions A, Fike D & Chu X

(2009) Terminal Ediacaran Oceanic Anoxia: Evidence from Framboidal Pyrites in the Cherts of Laobao Formation (South China)
Chang H, Chu X, Huang J, Feng L & Zhang Q

(2008) Overturn of Anoxic Deep Ocean Happened at ~551 Ma – Evidences from Isotopes and Trace Elements
Chu X, Huang J & Zhang T

(2007) Carbonate Concretions as a Window to the Evolving Chemistry of the Early Ocean and Atmosphere
Lyons T, Raiswell R, Robinson A, Scott C, Chu X, Li C, Love G, Sessions A & Gill B

(2007) C and S Isotope Records in Doushantuo Formation: Implication for Redox Fluctuation of the Ediacaran Ocean
Huang J & Chu X

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