Where we published

Chemical Geology

(*corresponding author; +student / postdoc advisees; PDFs available upon request)

(24) Fredrik Sahlström, Valentin Troll, Sabina Strmić Palinkaš, Ellen Kooijman, Xin-Yuan Zheng (2022). Iron isotopes constrain sub-seafloor hydrothermal processes at the Trans-Atlantic Geotraverse (TAG) active sulfide moundCommunications Earth & Environment 3, 193. (Open access)

(23) Kathleen M. Hill Gallant, Xin-Yuan Zheng (2022). Natural stable calcium isotope ratios: A new gold standard for bone balance?Kidney International 102, 473–476. (Invited Commentary) (50-day free access)

(22) Xin-Yang Chen+, Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Brian Beard, Matilde Urrutia, Clark M. Johnson, Phillip Barak (2022). Natural potassium (K) isotope fractionation during corn growth and quantification of K fertilizer recovery efficiency using stable K isotope labelingACS Earth and Space Chemistry 6, 1876–1889.

(21) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Brian Beard, Mason Neuman+, Maria Fahnestock, Julia Bryce, Clark Johnson (2022). Stable potassium (K) isotope characteristics at mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal vents and its implications for the global K cycleEarth and Planetary Science Letters 593, 117653.

(20) Jianfan Zheng, Tianyu Chen, Hong Chin Ng, Laura F. Robinson, Xin-Yuan Zheng, Xuefa Shi, Mu Huang (2022). Determination of picogram-per-gram concentrations of 231Pa and 230Th in sediments by melt quenching and laser ablation mass spectrometryAnalytical Chemistry 94, 7576–7583

(19) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Xin-Yang Chen+, Weiming Ding+, Yuchi Zhang+, Soisiri Charin+, Yvan Gérard (2022). High precision analysis of stable potassium (K) isotopes by the collision cell MC-ICP-MS “Sapphire” and a correction method for concentration mismatchJournal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 37, 1273–1287.

(18) Clark M.Johnson, Xin-Yuan Zheng, Tara Djokic, Martin J. Van Kranendonk, Andrew D. Czaja, Eric E. Roden, Brian L. Beard (2022). Early Archean biogeochemical iron cycling and nutrient availability: New insights from a 3.5 Ga land-sea transitionEarth-Science Reviews 228, 103992.

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(17) Ruixue Wang, Josephine Clegg, Peter Scott, Christina Larkin, Feifei Deng, Alexander Thomas, Xin-Yuan Zheng, Alexander Piotrowski (2021). Reversible scavenging and advection – resolving the neodymium paradox in the South AtlanticGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 314, 121–139.

(16) Kun Wang, Weiqiang Li, Shilei Li, Zhen Tian, Piers Koefoed, Xin-Yuan Zheng (2021). Geochemistry and cosmochemistry of potassium stable isotopesGeochemistry (CHEMIE der ERDE) 81, 125786. (Invited Review)

(15) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Brian Beard, Clark M. Johnson, (2019). Constraining silicon isotope exchange kinetics and fractionation between aqueous and amorphous Si at room temperature, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 253, 267–289. (Update: a minor error was produced in Fig. 1 during final production of the paper. The corrected version can be found here: Fig. 1)

(14) CT Hayes, RF Anderson, H Cheng, TM Conway, RL Edwards, MQ Fleisher, P Ho, K‐F Huang, SG John, WM Landing, SH Little, Y Lu, PL Morton, SB Moran, LF Robinson, RU Shelley, AM Shiller, Xin‐Yuan Zheng, (alphabetical after the first author), (2018). Replacement times of a spectrum of elements in the North Atlantic based on thorium supply, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 1–18.

(13) The GEOTRACES Group (including Xin-Yuan Zheng), (2018). The GEOTRACES Intermediate Data Product 2017, Chemical Geology 493, 210-223.

(12) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Brian Beard, Clark M. Johnson, (2018). Assessment of matrix effects associated with Fe isotope analysis using 266 nm femtosecond and 193 nm nanosecond laser ablation multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 33, 68-83. (Cover Article, open access)

(11) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Brian Beard, Seungyeol Lee, Thiruchelvi Reddy, Huifang Xu, Clark M. Johnson, (2017). Contrasting particle size distributions and Fe isotope fractionations during nanosecond and femtosecond laser ablation of Fe minerals: implications for LA-MC-ICP-MS analysis of stable isotopes, Chemical Geology 450, 235–247.

(10) Thiruchelvi Reddy*+, Xin-Yuan Zheng, Brian Beard, Eric Roden, Clark M. Johnson, (2016). Silicon isotope fractionation during microbial reduction of Fe(III)-Si gels under Archean seawater conditions and implications for iron formation genesis, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 190, 85–99.

(9) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Brian Beard, Thiruchelvi Reddy, Eric Roden, Clark M. Johnson, (2016). Abiologic silicon isotope fractionation between aqueous Si and Fe(III)–Si gel in simulated Archean seawater: implications for Si isotope records in Precambrian sedimentary rocks, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 187, 102–122.

(8) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Yves Plancherel, Mak Saito, Peter Scott, Gideon Henderson, (2016). Rare earth elements (REEs) in the tropical South Atlantic and quantitative deconvolution of their non-conservative behavior, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 177, 217–237.

(7) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Hugh Jenkyns, Andrew Gale, David Ward, Gideon Henderson, (2016). A climatic control on reorganization of ocean circulation during the mid-Cenomanian event and Cenomanian-Turonian oceanic anoxic event (OAE 2): Nd isotope evidence, Geology 44, 151–154.

(6) The GEOTRACES Group (135 authors, including Xin-Yuan Zheng), (2015). The GEOTRACES Intermediate Data Product 2014, Marine Chemistry 177, 1–8.

(5) Xiaoli Zhou, Hugh Jenkyns, Jeremy Owens, Christopher Junium, Xin-Yuan Zheng, Bradley Sageman, Dalton Hardisty, Timothy Lyons, Andy Ridgwell, Zunli Lu, (2015). Upper ocean oxygenation dynamics from I/Ca ratios during the Cenomanian–Turonian OAE 2, Paleoceanography 30, 510–526.

(4) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Jingjing Yang, Gideon Henderson, (2015). A robust procedure for high-precision determination of rare earth element concentrations in seawater, Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research 39, 277–292.

(3) Xin-Yuan Zheng*, Hugh Jenkyns, Andrew Gale, David Ward, Gideon Henderson, (2013). Changing ocean circulation and hydrothermal inputs during Ocean Anoxic Event 2 (Cenomanian–Turonian): Evidence from Nd-isotopes in the European shelf sea, Earth Planetary Science Letters 375, 338–348.

(2) Kuidong Zhao, Shaoyong Jiang, Xin-Yuan Zheng, Tianyu Chen, Hongfei Ling, (2009). Nd isotope evolution of ocean waters and implications for paleo-ocean circulation, Earth Science Frontiers 16, 160–171. (In Chinese with English Abstract)

(1) Xin-Yuan Zheng, Hongfei Ling, (2008). Closure of the panama seaway and its paleoceanographic and paleoclimatic effects, Mar. Geol. Quatern. Geol. 28, 125–134. (In Chinese with English Abstract)