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Advances in global bioavailable strontium isoscapes102
Chemical weathering of crystalline rocks in contrasting climatic conditions using geochemical proxies: An overview46
Astronomical forcing of Middle Permian terrestrial climate recorded in a large paleolake in northwestern China43
Pangea B and the Late Paleozoic Ice Age43
Sedimentology and geochemistry of Carboniferous-Permian marine-continental transitional shales in the eastern Ordos Basin, North China38
Everything matters: Molar microwear texture in goats (Capra aegagrus hircus) fed diets of different abrasiveness38
Zircon U Pb age constraints on the mid-Cretaceous Hkamti amber biota in northern Myanmar37
Influence of palaeoclimate and hydrothermal activity on organic matter accumulation in lacustrine black shales from the Lower Cretaceous Bayingebi Formation of the Yin’e Basin, China36
The turnover of dental microwear texture: Testing the” last supper” effect in small mammals in a controlled feeding experiment36
Environmental response to volcanic activity and its effect on organic matter enrichment in the Permian Lucaogou Formation of the Malang Sag, Santanghu Basin, Northwest China35
Uplands, lowlands, and climate: Taphonomic megabiases and the apparent rise of a xeromorphic, drought-tolerant flora during the Pennsylvanian-Permian transition35
Palaeovegetation and palaeoclimate changes across the Triassic–Jurassic transition in the Sichuan Basin, China35
Spatio-temporal distribution of Quaternary loess across Central Asia35
Paleoclimate change since the Miocene inferred from clay-mineral records of the Jiuquan Basin, NW China33
Paleoproductivity of the Chang 7 unit in the Ordos Basin (North China) and its controlling factors33
Abrupt warming in the latest Permian detected using high-resolution in situ oxygen isotopes of conodont apatite from Abadeh, central Iran33
Cambrian small skeletal fossil and carbon isotope records of the southern Huangling Anticline, Hubei (China) and implications for chemostratigraphy of the Yangtze Platform33
Origin of loess deposits in the North Tian Shan piedmont, Central Asia32
New Olduvai Basin stratigraphy and stratigraphic concepts revealed by OGCP cores into the Palaeolake Olduvai depocentre, Tanzania31
Mesowear represents a lifetime signal in sheep (Ovis aries) within a long-term feeding experiment30
Marine redox variability from Baltica during extinction events in the latest Ordovician–early Silurian29
Early Pleistocene integration of the Yellow River I: Detrital-zircon evidence from the North China Plain29
Cryogenian cap carbonate models: a review and critical assessment29
Arsenic in marine sediments: how robust a redox proxy?28
Permanent closure of the Tethyan Seaway in the northwestern Iranian Plateau driven by cyclic sea-level fluctuations in the late Middle Miocene27
New bioclimatic models for the quaternary palaearctic based on insectivore and rodent communities27
Paleo-environmental variation and its control on organic matter enrichment of black shales from shallow shelf to slope regions on the Upper Yangtze Platform during Cambrian Stage 327
Timing of seawater retreat from proto-Paratethys, sedimentary provenance, and tectonic rotations in the late Eocene-early Oligocene in the Tajik Basin, Central Asia27
Evidence of widespread wildfires in coal seams from the Middle Jurassic of Northwest China and its impact on paleoclimate27
Rare earth element geochemistry of carbonates as a proxy for deep-time environmental reconstruction27
Late Paleozoic (Late Mississippian–Middle Permian) sediment provenance and dispersal in western equatorial Pangea27
Variable redox conditions as an evolutionary driver? A multi-basin comparison of redox in the middle and later Cambrian oceans (Drumian-Paibian)27
Sedimentary environment and organic enrichment mechanisms of lacustrine shale: A case study of the Paleogene Shahejie Formation, Qikou Sag, Bohai Bay Basin26
Elevational differences in Holocene thermal maximum revealed by quantitative temperature reconstructions at ~30° N on eastern Tibetan Plateau26
Woody dicot leaf traits as a palaeoclimate proxy: 100 years of development and application26
Increased frequency of extreme precipitation events in the North Atlantic during the PETM: Observations and theory26
Advances of sclerochronology research in the last decade25
Geochemistry and molybdenum isotopes of the basal Datangpo Formation: Implications for ocean-redox conditions and organic matter accumulation during the Cryogenian interglaciation25
Dynamic palaeogeographic reconstructions of the Wuchiapingian Stage (Lopingian, Late Permian) for the South China Block25
Pre-cenozoic evolution of the northern Qilian Orogen from zircon geochronology: Framework for early growth of the northern Tibetan Plateau25
Latest Neogene monsoon of the Chotanagpur Plateau, eastern India, as revealed by fossil leaf architectural signatures25
Timing of the Meso-Tethys Ocean opening: Evidence from Permian sedimentary provenance changes in the South Qiangtang Terrane, Tibetan Plateau25
Sequence biostratigraphic framework for the Oligocene to Pliocene of Malaysia: High-frequency depositional cycles driven by polar glaciation25
Palaeosalinity and palaeoclimatic geochemical proxies (elements Ti, Mg, Al) vary with Milankovitch cyclicity (1.3 to 2.0 Ma), OGCP cores, Palaeolake Olduvai, Tanzania25
Spatiotemporal evolution and causes of marine euxinia in the early Cambrian Nanhua Basin (South China)24
Millennial-scale variability of Indian summer monsoon during the last 42 kyr: Evidence based on foraminiferal Mg/Ca and oxygen isotope records from the central Bay of Bengal24
Carbonate clumped isotope evidence for latitudinal seawater temperature gradients and the oxygen isotope composition of Early Cretaceous seas24
Bioturbation, sedimentation rates, and preservation of flood events in deltas24
Holocene dust deposition in the Ili Basin and its implications for climate variations in Westerlies-dominated Central Asia24
Early Oligocene vegetation and climate of southwestern China inferred from palynology24
A new high-resolution stratigraphic and palaeoenvironmental record spanning the End-Permian Mass Extinction and its aftermath in central Spitsbergen, Svalbard23
Dental wear at macro- and microscopic scale in rabbits fed diets of different abrasiveness: A pilot investigation23
Glauconite authigenesis during the onset of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: A case study from the Khuiala Formation in Jaisalmer Basin, India23
Chronostratigraphy and age modeling of Pleistocene drill cores from the Olduvai Basin, Tanzania (Olduvai Gorge Coring Project)23
Discovery of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum in shallow-marine sediments of the Xigaze forearc basin, Tibet: A record of enhanced extreme precipitation and siliciclastic sediment flux23
Hypersalinity accompanies tectonic restriction in the eastern Mediterranean prior to the Messinian Salinity Crisis23
Redox dynamics of later Cambrian oceans23
A review of retrieving pristine rare earth element signatures from carbonates23
Marinoan-aged red beds at Shennongjia, South China: Evidence against global-scale glaciation during the Cryogenian23
Macaronichnus and contourite depositional settings: Bottom currents and nutrients as coupling factors22
Major turnover of biotas across the Oligocene/Miocene boundary on the Tibetan Plateau22
No (Cambrian) explosion and no (Ordovician) event: A single long-term radiation in the early Palaeozoic22
Uplift of the Hengduan Mountains on the southeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau in the late Miocene and its paleoenvironmental impact on hominoid diversity22
Early to middle Holocene rice cultivation in response to coastal environmental transitions along the South Hangzhou Bay of eastern China22
Mixed seawater and hydrothermal sources of nodular chert in Middle Permian limestone on the eastern Paleo-Tethys margin (South China)22
The disparity in the abundance of C4 plants estimated using the carbon isotopic composition of paleosol components22
Scars on fossil leaves: An exploration of ecological patterns in plant–insect herbivore associations during the Age of Angiosperms21
Cretaceous climates: Mapping paleo-Köppen climatic zones using a Bayesian statistical analysis of lithologic, paleontologic, and geochemical proxies21
Geographic proximity of Yangtze and Cathaysia blocks during the late Neoproterozoic demonstrated by detrital zircon evidence21
Neritic ecosystem response to Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway, USA21
Palaeobotanical experiences of plant diversity in deep time. 1: How well can we identify past plant diversity in the fossil record?21
Early Cretaceous foreland-like Northeastern Qaidam Basin, Tibetan Plateau and its tectonic implications: Insights from sedimentary investigations, detrital zircon U–Pb analyses and seismic profiling20
Long-range transport of aeolian deposits during the last 32 kyr inferred from rare earth elements and grain-size analysis of sediments from Lake Lugu, Southwestern China20
A review of polymetallic mineralization in lower Cambrian black shales in South China: Combined effects of seawater, hydrothermal fluids, and biological activity20
Evidence for volcanism and weathering during the Permian-Triassic mass extinction from Meishan (South China) osmium isotope record20
Sedimentary organic matter and early Toarcian environmental changes in the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal)20
Organic matter geochemical signatures of sediments of Lake Ngoring (Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau): A record of environmental and climatic changes in the source area of the Yellow River for the last 1500 ye20
Time-transgressive Holocene maximum of temperate and Mediterranean forest development across the Iberian Peninsula reflects orbital forcing20
Geochemical characteristics of organic-rich shale, Upper Yangtze Basin: Implications for the Late Ordovician–Early Silurian orogeny in South China20
Comparative Lower-Middle Ordovician conodont oxygen isotope palaeothermometry of the Argentine Precordillera and Laurentian margins20
Neogene fluvial sediments in the northern Jinshaan Gorge, China: Implications for early development of the Yellow River since 8 Ma and its response to rapid subsidence of the Weihe-Shanxi Graben20
Arctic reappraisal of global carbon-cycle dynamics across the Jurassic–Cretaceous boundary and Valanginian Weissert Event20
Vegetation change in the Baringo Basin, East Africa across the onset of Northern Hemisphere glaciation 3.3–2.6 Ma20
High-precision U-Pb zircon age constraints on the Guadalupian in West Texas, USA20
Manganese-rich deposits in the Mesoproterozoic Gaoyuzhuang Formation (ca. 1.58 Ga), North China Platform: Genesis and paleoenvironmental implications20
Late Quaternary extinctions in the Indian Subcontinent19
Palaeovegetation variation in response to the late Oligocene-early Miocene East Asian summer monsoon in the Ying-Qiong Basin, South China Sea19
Atmospheric rivers in high-resolution simulations of the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM)19
Reconstructing climate variability during the last four millennia from trans-Himalaya (Ladakh-Karakoram, India) using multiple proxies19
Heavy mineral assemblages and sedimentation rates of eastern Central Asian loess: Paleoenvironmental implications19
Climatic and hydrologic variability in the northern Mediterranean across the onset of the Messinian salinity crisis19
New geochronological constraints for the Lower Cretaceous Jiufotang Formation in Jianchang Basin, NE China, and their implications for the late Jehol Biota19
The late quaternary tectonic, biogeochemical, and environmental evolution of ferruginous Lake Towuti, Indonesia19
Human resilience to Holocene climate changes inferred from rodent middens in drylands of northwestern Patagonia (Argentina)19
Human adaptations during MIS 2: Evidence from microblade industries of Northeast China19
The effect of the rumen washing mechanism in sheep differs with concentration and size of abrasive particles18
Integration of gamma ray spectrometry, magnetic susceptibility and calcareous nannofossils for interpreting environmental perturbations: An example from the Jenkyns Event (lower Toarcian) from South I18
Geochemical characteristics of organic carbon and pyrite sulfur in Ordovician-Silurian transition shales in the Yangtze Platform, South China: Implications for the depositional environment18
Climate changes in the pre-Hirnantian Late Ordovician based on δ18Ophos studies from Estonia18
Paleogeographic differences in temperature, water depth and conodont biofacies during the Late Devonian18
The Messinian of Agios Myron (Crete, Greece): A key to better understanding of diatomite formation on Gavdos (south of Crete)18
Mesozoic-Cenozoic cooling history of the Eastern Qinghai Nan Shan (NW China): Apatite low-temperature thermochronology constraints18
A factor analysis approach to modelling the early diversification of terrestrial vegetation18
Mercury record of intense hydrothermal activity during the early Cambrian, South China18
A high-resolution record of environmental changes from a Cretaceous-Paleogene section of Seymour Island, Antarctica18
Climate changes in the Qaidam Basin in NW China over the past 40 kyr17
Neonate aggregation in the Permian dicynodont Diictodon (Therapsida, Anomodontia): Evidence for a reproductive function for burrows?17
A new middle Cambrian radiodont from North China: Implications for morphological disparity and spatial distribution of hurdiids17
Integrated sedimentary, biotic, and paleoredox dynamics from multiple localities in southern Laurentia during the late Silurian (Ludfordian) extinction event17
Keratolite–stromatolite consortia mimic domical and branched columnar stromatolites17
Controls on organic matter enrichment in source rocks of the Shahejie Formation in the southwestern Bozhong Sag, Bohai Bay Basin, China17
Palaeobotanical experiences of plant diversity in deep time. 2: How to measure and analyse past plant biodiversity17
Terrestrial mollusk records in the loess sequences from eastern Central Asia since the last deglaciation and their paleoenvironmental significance17
From a proximal-deposition-dominated basin sink to a significant sediment source to the Chinese Loess Plateau: Insight from the quantitative provenance analysis on the Cenozoic sediments in the Qaidam17
Impact of the Mediterranean-Atlantic connectivity and the late Miocene carbon shift on deep-sea communities in the Western Alboran Basin17
Quantitative Cenozoic climatic reconstruction and its implications for aridification of the northeastern Tibetan Plateau17
Lake ecosystem on the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau severely altered by climatic warming and human activity17
Heavy mineral assemblages and U Pb detrital zircon geochronology of sediments from the Weihe and Sanmen Basins: New insights into the Pliocene-Pleistocene evolution of the Yellow River16
Miocene 87Sr/86Sr ratios of ostracods in the northern Qaidam Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau, and links with regional provenance, weathering and eolian input16
Contribution of soil erosion to the evolution of the plateau-plain-delta system in the Yellow River basin over the past 10,000 years16
Astronomically forced climate cooling across the Eocene–Oligocene transition in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, northern South China Sea16
Carcharodontosauridae theropod tooth crowns from the Upper Cretaceous (Bauru Basin) of Brazil: A reassessment of isolated elements and its implications to palaeobiogeography of the group16
Changes in organic matter composition during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (T-OAE) in the Posidonia Shale Formation from Dormettingen (SW-Germany)16
Elevated marine productivity triggered nitrogen limitation on the Yangtze Platform (South China) during the Ordovician-Silurian transition16
Impact of palaeo-wildfires on higher plant parameter revealed by new biomarker indicator16
Upwelling-induced organic matter enrichment of the Upper Permian Dalong Formation in the Sichuan Basin, SW China and its paleoenvironmental implications16
Lake conditions and detrital sources of Paleolake Olduvai, Tanzania, reconstructed using X-ray Diffraction analysis of cores16
Oceanic chemistry recorded by cherts during the early Cambrian Explosion, South China16
Tuff fingerprinting and correlations between OGCP cores and outcrops for Pre-Bed I and Beds I/II at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania16
Multi-centennial climate cycles and their impact on the Tubo Dynasty in the southern Tibetan Plateau16
The last phase of conodont evolution during the Late Triassic: Integrating biostratigraphic and phylogenetic approaches16
Arid climate disturbance and the development of salinized lacustrine oil shale in the Middle Jurassic Dameigou Formation, Qaidam Basin, northwestern China16
Paleomagnetic and geochronological results of the Risong Formation in the western Lhasa Terrane: Insights into the Lhasa-Qiangtang collision and stratal age15
Colonization of rugose corals by diverse epibionts: dominance and syn vivo encrustation in a Middle Devonian (Givetian) soft-bottom habitat of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland15
Salinized lacustrine organic-rich shale influenced by marine incursions: Algal-microbial community, paleoenvironment and shale oil potential in the Paleogene Biyang Depression, East China15
Late Quaternary loess accumulation at the Rudak section in Uzbekistan, central Asia: Chronology and palaeoclimate implications15
A modern analogue matching approach to characterize fire temperatures and plant species from charcoal15
Source of silica and silicification of the lowermost Cambrian Yanjiahe Formation in the Three Gorges area, South China15
Synchronous onset of the Messinian salinity crisis and diachronous evaporite deposition: New evidences from the deep Eastern Mediterranean basin15
Ontogenetic dietary shifts in Deinonychus antirrhopus (Theropoda; Dromaeosauridae): Insights into the ecology and social behavior of raptorial dinosaurs through stable isotope analysis15
Brazilian biomes distribution: Past and future15
New mammals from the Naskal intertrappean site and the age of India’s earliest eutherians15
Paleoclimate and paleoecology of the latest Eocene Florissant flora of central Colorado, U.S.A.15
Early Devonian (Lochkovian – early Emsian) bioevents and conodont response in the Prague Synform (Czech Republic)15
Cenozoic cooling history and fluvial terrace development of the western domain of the Eastern Kunlun Range, northern Tibet15
Landscape evolution in the Liangzhu area since the early Holocene: A comprehensive sedimentological approach15
Phytoliths, pollen, and microcharcoal from the Baringo Basin, Kenya reveal savanna dynamics during the Plio-Pleistocene transition15
Multiproxy analysis of paleoenvironmental, paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic changes during the early Danian in the Caravaca section (Spain)14
Provenance and tectonic setting of the Sumdo Formation in the Lhasa Terrane, Tibet: Implications for early subduction evolution of the Sumdo Paleo–Tethys Ocean14
The birth and demise of the vast epicontinental Permian Irati-Whitehill sea: Evidence from organic geochemistry, geochronology, and paleogeography14
Late Pleistocene fire in the Ili Basin, Central Asia, and its potential links to paleoclimate change and human activities14
Two pulses of extinction of larger benthic foraminifera during the Pliensbachian-Toarcian and early Toarcian environmental crises14
The Jiwozhai patch reef: A palaeobiodiversity hotspot in middle Givetian (Devonian) of South China14
Variations of the trace fossil Zoophycos with respect to paleoenvironment and sequence stratigraphy in the Mississippian Mobarak Formation, northern Iran14
Cyclostratigraphy and astronomical tuning during the Oligocene in the Jizhong Depression, Bohai Bay Basin, northeastern China14
Palynology and the Eco-Plant model of peat-forming wetlands of the Upper Triassic Haojiagou Formation in the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, NW China14
Upper Devonian mercury record from North America and its implications for the Frasnian–Famennian mass extinction14
Carbon isotope stratigraphy across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary in the high-latitude terrestrial Junggar Basin, NW China14
Early Miocene marine palynology of the Colombian Caribbean Margin: biostratigraphic and paleoceanographic implications14
Calcareous nannofossil and foraminiferal trace element records in the Sorbas Basin: A new piece of the Messinian Salinity Crisis onset puzzle14
A meta-analytical approach to understanding the charcoal source area problem14
Decline of soil respiration in northeastern Tibet through the transition into the Oligocene icehouse14
Paleoceanographic evolution of the Japan Sea during the Pleistocene – A benthic foraminiferal perspective14
The Late Lutetian Thermal Maximum (middle Eocene): first record of deep-sea benthic foraminiferal response14
Fossil seed fern Lepidopteris ottonis from Sweden records increasing CO2 concentration during the end-Triassic extinction event14
Cenozoic aridification in Northwest China evidenced by paleovegetation evolution14
Variation in δ15N from shell-associated organic matter in bivalves: Implications for studies of modern and fossil ecosystems14
Evolution of the Miocene megalake in the western Qaidam Basin, northwestern China14
Monitoring Australian Monsoon variability over the past four glacial cycles14
Simulated changes to tropical cyclones across the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) boundary14
Paleoclimate changes over the past 13,000 years recorded by Chibuzhang Co sediments in the source region of the Yangtze River, China14
Evolution of the paleo-Mekong River in the Early Cretaceous: Insights from the provenance of sandstones in the Vientiane Basin, central Laos14
The Proterozoic macrofossil Tawuia as a coenocytic eukaryote and a possible macroalga14
Paleoenvironment evolution of the Permian Lucaogou Formation in the southern Junggar Basin, NW China14
A synthesis of the Devonian wildfire record: Implications for paleogeography, fossil flora, and paleoclimate13
Holocene lake level, vegetation, and climate at the East Asian summer monsoon margin: A record from the Lake Wulanhushao basin, southern Inner Mongolia13
A proposed ontogenesis and evolutionary lineage of conodont Eurygnathodus costatus and its role in defining the base of the Olenekian (Lower Triassic)13
A Horodyskia-Nenoxites-dominated fossil assemblage from the Ediacaran-Cambrian transition (Liuchapo Formation, Hunan Province): Its paleontological implications and stratigraphic potential13
Integrated stratigraphy and paleontology of the lower Miocene Monte León Formation, southeastern Patagonia, Argentina: Unraveling paleoenvironmental changes and factors controlling sedimentation13
Spatial variation in carbonate carbon isotopes during the Cambrian SPICE event across the eastern North China Platform13
A million year vegetation history and palaeoenvironmental record from the Lake Magadi Basin, Kenya Rift Valley13
Cambrian carnage: Trilobite predator-prey interactions in the Emu Bay Shale of South Australia13
Volcanism-induced late Boda warming in the Late Ordovician: Evidence from the Upper Yangtze Platform, South China13
Holocene vegetation dynamics and associated climate changes in the Altai Mountains of the Arid Central Asia13
Miocene East Asia summer monsoon precipitation variability and its possible driving forces13
Late Cambrian (Furongian) to mid-Ordovician euconodont events on Baltica: Invasions and immigrations13
Tree-ring δ18O from Southeast China reveals monsoon precipitation and ENSO variability13
Astrochronology of a middle Eocene lacustrine sequence and sedimentary noise modeling of lake-level changes in Dongying Depression, Bohai Bay Basin13
Climate and biotic evolution during the Permian-Triassic transition in the temperate Northern Hemisphere, Kuznetsk Basin, Siberia, Russia13
Revised perspectives on Devonian biozonation and environmental volatility in the wake of recent time-scale revisions13
Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of the Konin Basin (central Poland) during lignite accumulation linked to the mid-Miocene climate optimum13
Siliceous–volcanic associations of the Northern Balkhash ophiolite Zone (Central Kazakhstan): Biostratigraphy, sedimentation and tectonic evolution in the Middle-Late Ordovician13
Modeled physiological mechanisms for observed changes in the late Paleozoic plant fossil record13
Holocene climate change and its influence on early agriculture in the Nile Delta, Egypt13
Soft tissue histology of insect larvae decayed in laboratory experiments using microbial mats: Taphonomic comparison with Cretaceous fossil insects from the exceptionally preserved biota of Araripe, B13
A paleoproductivity shift in the northwestern Bay of Bengal (IODP Site U1445) across the Mid-Pleistocene transition in response to weakening of the Indian summer monsoon13
Tooth tales told by dental diet proxies: An alpine community of sympatric ruminants as a model to decipher the ecology of fossil fauna13
Drifting with trilobites: The invasion of early post-embryonic trilobite stages to the pelagic realm13
Dental microwear textures differ in pigs with overall similar diets but fed with different seeds13
The Eocene carbonate platform of the central-western Malaguides (Internal Betic Zone, S Spain) and its meaning for the Cenozoic paleogeography of the westermost Tethys12
Environmental change in the late Permian of Queensland, NE Australia: The warmup to the end-Permian Extinction12
Fossil eggshells of amniotes as a paleothermometry tool12
Taphonomy of drought afflicted tetrapods in the Early Triassic Karoo Basin, South Africa12
Polybessurus-like fossils as key contributors to Permian–Triassic boundary microbialites in South China12
Mercury anomalies within the lower Cambrian (stage 2–3) in South China: Links between volcanic events and paleoecology12
Carbon and sulfur isotope variations through the Upper Ordovician and Lower Silurian of South China linked to volcanism12
High Mediterranean water-level during the Lago-Mare phase of the Messinian Salinity Crisis: insights from the Sr isotope records of Spanish marginal basins (SE Spain)12
Terminal Ediacaran carbonate tempestites in the eastern Yangtze Gorges area, South China12
Orbitally synchronized late Pliensbachian–early Toarcian glacio-eustatic and carbon-isotope cycles12
River flooding response to ENSO-related monsoon precipitation: Evidence from late Holocene core sediments in the Jianghan Plain12
Spatially calibrating polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as proxies of area burned by vegetation fires: Insights from comparisons of historical data and sedimentary PAH fluxes12
Continental weathering intensity during the termination of the Marinoan Snowball Earth: Mg isotope evidence from the basal Doushantuo cap carbonate in South China12
Water-level and redox fluctuations in a Sichuan Basin lacustrine system coincident with the Toarcian OAE12
Ichniotherium tracks from the Permian of France, and their implications for understanding the locomotion and palaeobiogeography of large diadectomorphs12
Coniacian-Campanian magnetostratigraphy of the Marambio Group: The Santonian-Campanian boundary in the Antarctic Peninsula and the complete Upper Cretaceous – Lowermost Paleogene chronostratigraphical12
Late Cretaceous–Paleogene palaeoclimate reconstruction of the Gippsland Basin, SE Australia12
Revised magnetostratigraphy of the Linxia Basin in the northeast Tibetan Plateau, constrained by micromammalian fossils12
Living on the edge: The impact of protracted oxygen stress on life in the Late Devonian12
Diachronous end-Permian terrestrial ecosystem collapse with its origin in wildfires12
Modern pollen and its relationship with vegetation and climate in the Mu Us Desert and surrounding area, northern China: Implications of palaeoclimatic and palaeocological reconstruction12
History of human disturbance to vegetation in the Southeast Hills of China over the last 2900 years: Evidence from a high resolution pollen record12
End-Guadalupian extinction of larger fusulinids in central Iran and implications for the global biotic crisis12
Variations in microbial ecology during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (Early Jurassic) in the Qiangtang Basin, Tibet: Evidence from biomarker and carbon isotopes12
Fossil isotopic constraints (C, O and 87Sr/86Sr) on Miocene shallow-marine incursions in Amazonia12
Little Ice Age climate changes in Southwest China from a stalagmite δ18O record12
Aridification recorded by lithofacies and grain size in a continuous Pliocene-Quaternary lacustrine sediment record in the western Qaidam Basin, NE Tibetan Plateau12
Spatial variation in bioavailable strontium isotope ratios (87Sr/86Sr) in Kenya and northern Tanzania: Implications for ecology, paleoanthropology, and archaeology11
Magnetic susceptibility in the European Loess Belt: New and existing models of magnetic enhancement in loess11
Further away with dental microwear analysis: Food resource partitioning among Plio-Pleistocene monkeys from the Shungura Formation, Ethiopia11
Early Permian chemical weathering indices and paleoclimate transition linked to the end of the coal-forming episode, Ordos Basin, North China Craton11
Paleoenvironmental evolution of Central Paratethys Sea and Lake Pannon during the Cenozoic11
Trends in temperature, salinity and productivity in the Vienna Basin (Austria) during the early and middle Miocene, based on foraminiferal ecology11
Age constraint for an earliest Famennian forest and its implications for Frasnian-Famennian boundary in West Junggar, Northwest China11
Changes in the hydrodynamic intensity of Bosten Lake and its impact on early human settlement in the northeastern Tarim Basin, Arid Central Asia11
Aridification history of the West Kunlun Mountains since the mid-Pleistocene based on sporopollen and microcharcoal records11
Sequence stratigraphy, paleogeography, and coal accumulation in a lowland alluvial plain, coastal plain, and shallow-marine setting: Upper Carboniferous–Permian of the Anyang–Hebi coalfield, Henan Pro11
Late Cretaceous aeolian desert system within the Mesozoic fold belt of South China: Palaeoclimatic changes and tectonic forcing of East Asian erg development and preservation11
On the origin of hyolith helens11
Assessing δ15N values in the carbonate-bound organic matrix and periostracum of bivalve shells as environmental archives11
A high-resolution δ18O record of modern Tridacna gigas bivalve and its paleoenvironmental implications11
Soft part preservation in hyolithids from the lower Cambrian (Stage 4) Guanshan Biota of South China and its implications11
Grain size variation in two lakes from margin of Asian Summer Monsoon and its paleoclimate implications11
Abundance and δ13C of sedimentary black carbon indicate rising wildfire and C4 plants in Northeast China during the early Holocene11
Recurring photic zone euxinia in the northwest Tethys impinged end-Triassic extinction recovery11
Trace and rare earth element compositions of Silurian conodonts from the Vesiku Bone Bed: Histological and palaeoenvironmental implications11
Iron phosphate in the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation of South China: A previously undocumented marine phosphate sink11
Paleo-environmental changes during the Middle–Late Ordovician transition on the Yangtze Platform, South China and their ecological implications11
Mineralogy and crystallization patterns in conodont bioapatite from first occurrence (Cambrian) to extinction (end-Triassic)11
Reconstruction of temperature and precipitation spanning the past 28 kyr based on branched tetraether lipids from Qionghai Lake, southwestern China11
New anomalocaridids (Panarthropoda: Radiodonta) from the lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte: Biostratigraphic and paleobiogeographic implications11