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(2020) Nutrients, Ocean Redox and a Explosion of Life: A Brief Description of the Middle Ordovician
del Rey Á, Calner M & Dahl TW

(2020) Did Respiration in Soils Drive Atmospheric O2 Levels up during the Mid-Paleozoic?
Arens S & Dahl TW

(2020) Reconstructing Global Ocean Redox Conditions by Coupling the Mo and U Isotope Systems of Euxinic Organic-Rich Mudrocks
Lyu X, Dahl TW, Zheng W, Wang S & Kendall B

(2020) Uranium Isotopes in Permian Marine Carbonates and Calcitic Brachiopods: Validation of the Global Paleoredox Proxy and Implications for Ocean Oxygenation in the Permian
Wang W, Zhang F, Shen S, Bizzarro M, Garbelli C & Dahl TW

(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

(2019) Modelling Bioturbation’s Impact on Qualitative Differences between the Neoproterozoic and Cambrian δ13C Records
Boyle R, Dahl T, Bjerrum C & Canfield D

(2019) Atmosphere-Ocean Oxygen and Productivity Dynamics during the Cambrian Explosion
Dahl TW, Connelly JN, Da L, Kouchinsky A, Gill BC, Porter S, Maloof AC & Bizzarro M

(2019) Extensive Marine Anoxia during the Tonian Period Revealed by Uranium Isotopes in Marine Carbonates
Zhang F, Xiao S, Dahl T, Planavsky N, Romaniello S, Lenton T & Anbar A

(2019) Uranium Isotopes, Ocean Anoxia, Primary Productivity and Carbonate Diagenesis
del Rey Á, Havsteen J, Munnecke A, Bizarro M & Dahl T

(2019) A Devonian Example of Why an Integrated Geochemical Approach is Needed to Infer Global Ocean Redox
Kendall B, Wang J, Zheng W, Romaniello S, Lu X & Dahl T

(2018) Molybdenum Burial with Organic Matter in Sulfidic Settings
Dahl T

(2018) Ocean Redox Conditions between the Snowballs – Geochemical Constraints from Arena Formation, East Greenland
Scheller EL, Dickson AJ, Canfield DE, Korte C, Kristiansen KK & Dahl TW

(2016) Reorganization of Earth's Biogeochemical Cycles Briefly Oxygenated the Oceans 520 Myr ago
Dahl TW, Connelly JN, Kouchinsky A, Gill BC, Maansson SF & Bizzarro M

(2015) Do Distinct Molybdenum Compounds Discern Isotope Fractionation Processes in Euxinic Settings?
Dahl TW & Wirth SB

(2014) Iron Cycling in Neoproterozoic Ferruginous Oceans
Dahl TW, Anbar AD, Gordon GW & Canfield DE

(2013) U Isotopes Disentangle Atmosphere-Ocean Oxygenation Dynamics
Dahl TW, Connelly JN, Gill BC, Canfield DE & Bizzarro M

(2013) Molybdenum Speciation and Distribution in Ancient Euxinic Shales by µXRF and µXANES Spectroscopy
Chappaz A, Fitts JP & Dahl TW

(2012) Tracing Euxinia in Ancient Oceans with Molybdenum
Dahl TW & Canfield DE

(2012) Molybdenum Sequestration in Sulfidic Sediments: Xafs Evidence for mo Reduction
Chappaz A, Dahl TW, Fitts JP & Lyons TW

(2012) Geochemical and Bacterial Evidence for 9800 Years of Meromixis and Euxinia in Alpine Lake Cadagno
Wirth SB, Gilli A, Dahl TW, Niemann H, Ravasi D, Lehmann MF, Peduzzi R, Peduzzi S, Tonolla M & Anselmetti FS

(2011) Metal-Silicate Mixing during Impact-Driven Planet Accretion – Implications for the Age of the Moon
Dahl T & Stevenson D

(2011) A Sulfidic Driver for the Late Ordovician Extinction
Hammarlund E, Dahl T, Harper D, Bond D, Bjerrum C & Canfield D

(2010) Ocean Oxygenation after the Rise of Animals
Dahl TW, Hammarlund E, Knoll AH, Anbar AD & Canfield DE

(2009) Multiple Geochemical Proxies Reveal a Late Cambrian Ocean Anoxic Event
Gill B, Lyons T, Dahl T, Saltzman M, Gordon G & Anbar A

(2009) Do δ98Mo Values in Marine Euxinic Sediments Reflect Seawater?
Dahl TW, Anbar A, Gordon G, Rosing MT, Frei RE & Canfield DE

(2008) Molybdenum Isotope Variations in a Redox-Stratified Lake; Removal Mechanism and Preservation in Euxinic Sediments
Dahl TW, Anbar AD, Gordon GW, Rosing MT, Frei RE & Canfield DE

(2007) Mo Isotope Variations in Meromictic Lake Cadagno
Dahl TW, Anbar AD, Gordon GW, Frei R & Canfield DE

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