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A global compilation of diatom silica oxygen isotope records from lake sediment – trends and implications for climate reconstruction (2024)
Journal Article

Oxygen isotopes in biogenic silica (δ18OBSi) from lake sediments allow for quantitative reconstruction of past hydroclimate and proxy-model comparison in terrestrial environments. The signals of individual records have been attributed to different fa... Read More about A global compilation of diatom silica oxygen isotope records from lake sediment – trends and implications for climate reconstruction.

Ecosystem deterioration in the middle Yangtze floodplain lakes over the last two centuries: Evidence from sedimentary pigments (2023)
Journal Article

Water quality of floodplain lakes in the Yangtze region which supports ca. 450 million people is being severely compromised by nutrient pollution, climate change and dam installation resulting from intensive socio-economic development. However, due t... Read More about Ecosystem deterioration in the middle Yangtze floodplain lakes over the last two centuries: Evidence from sedimentary pigments.

Eutrophication has a greater influence on floodplain lake carbon cycling than dam installation across the middle Yangtze region (2022)
Journal Article

Carbon cycling in shallow floodplain lakes is complex due to variability in delivery of flood-derived allochthonous organic matter (OM). Human activities have potential to significantly modify the carbon balance of lakes by damming which restricts ex... Read More about Eutrophication has a greater influence on floodplain lake carbon cycling than dam installation across the middle Yangtze region.

Anthropocene climate warming enhances autochthonous carbon cycling in an upland Arctic lake, Disko Island, West Greenland (2021)
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The Arctic is rapidly changing, disrupting biogeochemical cycles and the processing, delivery and sedimentation of carbon (C), in linked terrestrial-aquatic systems. In this investigation, we coupled a hydrogeomorphic assessment of catchment soils, s... Read More about Anthropocene climate warming enhances autochthonous carbon cycling in an upland Arctic lake, Disko Island, West Greenland.