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    1. Sleep, NH; Zahnle, K
      Carbon dioxide cycling and implications for climate on ancient Earth

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-PLANETS
    2. Barrett, PM; Willis, KJ
      Did dinosaurs invent flowers? Dinosaur-angiosperm coevolution revisited

      BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    3. Lenton, TM
      The role of land plants, phosphorus weathering and fire in the rise and regulation of atmospheric oxygen

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    4. Nakamori, T
      Global carbonate accumulation rates from Cretaceous to Present and their implications for the carbon cycle model

      ISLAND ARC
    5. Tekin, E; Varol, B; Friedman, GM
      A prelimenary study: Celestite-bearing gypsum in the Tertiary Sivas basin,Central-Eastern Turkey

      CARBONATES AND EVAPORITES
    6. Kah, LC; Lyons, TW; Chesley, JT
      Geochemistry of a 1.2 Ga carbonate-evaporite succession, northern Baffin and Bylot Islands: implications for Mesoproterozoic marine evolution

      PRECAMBRIAN RESEARCH
    7. Jahren, AH; Arens, NC; Sarmiento, G; Guerrero, J; Amundson, R
      Terrestrial record of methane hydrate dissociation in the Early Cretaceous

      GEOLOGY
    8. Sheehan, PM
      The Late Ordovician mass extinction

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCES
    9. Wang, ZQ; Chen, AS
      Traces of arborescent lycopsids and dieback of the forest vegetation in relation to the terminal Permian mass extinction in North China

      REVIEW OF PALAEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY
    10. Ghosh, P; Ghosh, P; Bhattacharya, SK
      CO2 levels in the Late Palaeozoic and Mesozoic atmosphere from soil carbonate and organic matter, Satpura basin, Central India

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    11. Kenrick, P
      Turning over a new leaf

      NATURE
    12. Falkowski, PG; Rosenthal, Y
      Biological diversity and resource plunder in the geological record: Casualcorrelations or causal relationships?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    13. Rothman, DH
      Global biodiversity and the ancient carbon cycle

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    14. Altshuler, DL; Chai, P; Chen, JSP
      Hovering performance of hummingbirds in hyperoxic gas mixtures

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    15. Wallmann, K
      Controls on the Cretaceous and Cenozoic evolution of seawater composition,atmospheric CO2 and climate

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    16. Ebneth, S; Shields, GA; Veizer, J; Miller, JF; Shergold, JH
      High-resolution strontium isotope stratigraphy across the Cambrian-Ordovician transition

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    17. Godderis, Y; Francois, LM; Veizer, J
      The early Paleozoic carbon cycle

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    18. Copper, P
      Reefs during the multiple crises towards the Ordovician-Silurian boundary:Anticosti Island, eastern Canada, and worldwide

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES
    19. Jones, CE; Jenkyns, HC
      Seawater strontium isotopes, oceanic anoxic events, and seafloor hydrothermal activity in the Jurassic and Cretaceous

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    20. Chen, LQ; Li, CS; Chaloner, WG; Beerling, DJ; Sun, QG; Collinson, ME; Mitchell, PL
      Assessing the potential for the stomatal characters of extant and fossil Ginkgo leaves to signal atmospheric CO2 change

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    21. Werner, C; Brantley, SL; Boomer, K
      CO2 emissions related to the Yellowstone volcanic system 2. Statistical sampling, total degassing, and transport mechanisms

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    22. Cotter, E
      Depositional setting and cyclic development of the lower part of the Witteberg Group (Mid- to Upper Devonian), Cape Supergroup,Western Cape, South Africa

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF GEOLOGY
    23. Raven, JA
      Land plant biochemistry

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    24. Franceschelli, M; Puxeddu, M; Carta, M
      Mineralogy and geochemistry of Late Ordovician phosphate-bearing oolitic ironstones from NW Sardinia, Italy

      MINERALOGY AND PETROLOGY
    25. Lenton, TM; Watson, AJ
      Redfield revisited 2. What regulates the oxygen content of the atmosphere?

      GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
    26. Murphy, AE; Sageman, BB; Hollander, DJ; Lyons, TW; Brett, CE
      Black shale deposition and faunal overturn in the Devonian Appalachian basin: Clastic starvation, seasonal water-column mixing, and efficient biolimiting nutrient recycling

      PALEOCEANOGRAPHY
    27. Arens, NC; Jahren, AH
      Carbon isotope excursion in atmospheric CO2 at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary: Evidence from terrestrial sediments

      PALAIOS
    28. Salem, AM; Morad, S; Mato, LF; Al-Aasm, IS
      Diagenesis and reservoir-quality evolution of fluvial sandstones during progressive burial and uplift: Evidence from the Upper Jurassic Boipeba Member, Reconcavo basin, northeastern Brazil

      AAPG BULLETIN-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PETROLEUM GEOLOGISTS
    29. Kump, LR; Brantley, SL; Arthur, MA
      Chemical, weathering, atmospheric CO2, and climate

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCES
    30. Dudley, R
      The evolutionary physiology of animal flight: Paleobiological and present perspectives

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSIOLOGY
    31. Falcon-Lang, HJ; Scott, AC
      Upland ecology of some Late Carboniferous cordaitalean trees from Nova Scotia and England

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    32. Bestland, EA
      Weathering flux and CO2 consumption determined from palaeosol sequences across the Eocene-Oligocene transition

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    33. Beerling, DJ; Berner, RA
      Impact of a Permo-Carboniferous high O-2 event on the terrestrial carbon cycle

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    34. Janis, CM; Damuth, J; Theodor, JM
      Miocene ungulates and terrestrial primary productivity: Where have all thebrowsers gone?

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    35. Tortell, PD
      Evolutionary and ecological perspectives on carbon acquisition in phytoplankton

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    36. Taylor, AS; Blum, JD; Lasaga, AC; MacInnis, IN
      Kinetics of dissolution and Sr release during biotite and phlogopite weathering

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    37. Stein, M; Starinsky, A; Agnon, A; Katz, A; Raab, M; Spiro, B; Zak, I
      The impact of brine-rock interaction during marine evaporite formation on the isotopic Sr record in the oceans: Evidence from Mt. Sedom, Israel

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    38. Streel, M; Caputo, MV; Loboziak, S; Melo, JHG
      Late Frasnian-Famennian climates based on palynomorph analyses and the question of the Late Devonian glaciations

      EARTH-SCIENCE REVIEWS
    39. Lecuyer, C; Simon, L; Guyot, F
      Comparison of carbon, nitrogen and water budgets on Venus and the Earth

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    40. Semhi, K; Clauer, N; Probst, JL
      Strontium isotope compositions of river waters as records of lithology-dependent mass transfers: the Garonne river and its tributaries (SW France)

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    41. Barrat, JA; Taylor, RN; Andre, JP; Nesbitt, RW; Lecuyer, C
      Strontium isotopes in biogenic phosphates from a neogene marine formation:implications for palaeoseawater studies

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    42. Moulton, KL; West, J; Berner, RA
      Solute flux and mineral mass balance approaches to the quantification of plant effects on silicate weathering

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    43. Godderis, Y; Veizer, J
      Tectonic control of chemical and isotopic composition of ancient oceans: The impact of continental growth

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    44. Grachev, AF
      Mantle plumes and problems of geodynamics

      FIZIKA ZEMLI
    45. Iryu, Y; Yamada, T
      Biogeochemical contrasts between mid-Cretaceous carbonate platforms and Cenozoic reefs

      ISLAND ARC
    46. Tajika, E
      Carbon cycle and climate change during the Cretaceous inferred from a biogeochemical carbon cycle model

      ISLAND ARC
    47. Beerling, DJ
      Quantitative estimates of changes in marine and terrestrial primary productivity over the past 300 million years

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    48. Schudack, ME
      Ostracoda (marine/nonmarine) and palaeoclimate history in the Upper Jurassic of Central Europe and North America

      MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY
    49. Ludwig, W; Probst, JL
      Soil erosion and atmospheric CO, during the last glacial maximum: the roleof riverine organic matter fluxes

      TELLUS SERIES B-CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL METEOROLOGY
    50. Pearson, PN; Palmer, MR
      Middle eocene seawater pH and atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations

      SCIENCE
    51. Kim, KH; Tanaka, T; Nakamura, T; Nagao, K; Youn, JS; Kim, KR; Yun, MY
      Palaeodimatic and chronostratigraphic interpretations from strontium, carbon and oxygen isotopic ratios in molluscan fossils of Quaternary Seoguipo and Shinyangri Formations, Cheju Island, Korea

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    52. Kump, LR; Arthur, MA; Patzkowsky, ME; Gibbs, MT; Pinkus, DS; Sheehan, PM
      A weathering hypothesis for glaciation at high atmospheric pCO(2) during the Late Ordovician

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    53. Mii, HS; Grossman, EL; Yancey, TE
      Carboniferous isotope stratigraphies of North America: Implications for Carboniferous paleoceanography and Mississippian glaciation

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    54. Roy, S; Gaillardet, J; Allegre, CJ
      Geochemistry of dissolved and suspended loads of the Seine river, France: Anthropogenic impact, carbonate and silicate weathering

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    55. Huh, Y; Edmond, JM
      The fluvial geochemistry of the rivers of Eastern Siberia: III. Tributaries of the Lena and Anabar draining the basement terrain of the Siberian Craton and the Trans-Baikal Highlands

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    56. Jacobsen, SB; Kaufman, AJ
      The Sr, C and O isotopic evolution of Neoproterozoic seawater

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    57. Bruckschen, P; Oesmann, S; Veizer, J
      Isotope stratigraphy of the European Carboniferous: proxy signals for ocean chemistry, climate and tectonics

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    58. Gaillardet, J; Dupre, B; Louvat, P; Allegre, CJ
      Global silicate weathering and CO2 consumption rates deduced from the chemistry of large rivers

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    59. Ludwig, W; Amiotte-Suchet, P; Probst, JL
      Enhanced chemical weathering of rocks during the last glacial maximum: a sink for atmospheric CO2?

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    60. Gibbs, MT; Bluth, GJS; Fawcett, PJ; Kump, LR
      Global chemical erosion over the last 250 my: Variations due to changes inpaleogeography, paleoclimate, and paleogeology

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    61. Canfield, DE; Raiswell, R
      The evolution of the sulfur cycle

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    62. Ekart, DD; Cerling, TE; Montanez, IP; Tabor, NJ
      A 400 million year carbon isotope record of pedogenic carbonate: Implications for paleoatmospheric carbon dioxide

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE
    63. GALL JC; GRAUVOGELSTAMM L; NEL A; PAPIER F
      THE PERMIAN MASS EXTINCTION AND THE TRIASSIC RECOVERY

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie II. Sciences de la terre et des planetes
    64. UPCHURCH GR; OTTOBLIESNER BL; SCOTESE C
      VEGETATION-ATMOSPHERE INTERACTIONS AND THEIR ROLE IN GLOBAL WARMING DURING THE LATEST CRETACEOUS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    65. ALGEO TJ; SCHECKLER SE
      TERRESTRIAL-MARINE TELECONNECTIONS IN THE DEVONIAN - LINKS BETWEEN THE EVOLUTION OF LAND PLANTS, WEATHERING PROCESSES, AND MARINE ANOXIC EVENTS

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    66. CERLING TE; EHLERINGER JR; HARRIS JM
      CARBON-DIOXIDE STARVATION, THE DEVELOPMENT OF C-4 ECOSYSTEMS, AND MAMMALIAN EVOLUTION

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    67. RICHARDS GR
      IDENTIFYING TRENDS IN CLIMATE - AN APPLICATION TO THE CENOZOIC

      International journal of climatology
    68. KELLER CK; BACON DH
      SOIL RESPIRATION AND GEORESPIRATION DISTINGUISHED BY TRANSPORT ANALYSES OF VADOSE CO2, (CO2)-C-13, AND (CO2)-C-14

      Global biogeochemical cycles
    69. VAREKAMP JC; THOMAS E
      VOLCANIC AND ANTHROPOGENIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO GLOBAL WEATHERING BUDGETS

      Journal of geochemical exploration
    70. Huh, Y; Edmond, JM
      On the interpretation of the oceanic variations in Sr-87/Sr-86 as recordedin marine limestones

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE INDIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES-EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCES
    71. VENNEMANN TW; HEGNER E
      OXYGEN, STRONTIUM, AND NEODYMIUM ISOTOPE COMPOSITION OF FOSSIL SHARK TEETH AS A PROXY FOR THE PALEOCEANOGRAPHY AND PALEOCLIMATOLOGY OF THE MIOCENE NORTHERN ALPINE PARATETHYS

      Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology
    72. Stanley, SM; Hardie, LA
      Secular oscillations in the carbonate mineralogy of reef-building and sediment-producing organisms driven by tectonically forced shifts in seawater chemistry

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    73. GROCKE DR
      CARBON-ISOTOPE ANALYSES OF FOSSIL PLANTS AS A CHEMOSTRATIGRAPHIC AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL TOOL

      Lethaia
    74. DUDLEY R
      ATMOSPHERIC OXYGEN, GIANT PALEOZOIC INSECTS AND THE EVOLUTION OF AERIAL LOCOMOTOR PERFORMANCE

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    75. CAPO RC; STEWART BW; CHADWICK OA
      STRONTIUM ISOTOPES AS TRACERS OF ECOSYSTEM PROCESSES - THEORY AND METHODS

      Geoderma
    76. HUH Y; PANTELEYEV G; BABICH D; ZAITSEV A; EDMOND JM
      THE FLUVIAL GEOCHEMISTRY OF THE RIVERS OF EASTERN SIBERIA - II - TRIBUTARIES OF THE LENA, OMOLOY, YANA, INDIGIRKA, KOLYMA, AND ANADYR DRAINING THE COLLISIONAL ACCRETIONARY ZONE OF THE VERKHOYANSK AND CHERSKIY RANGES/

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    77. QING HR; BARNES CR; BUHL D; VEIZER J
      THE STRONTIUM ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF ORDOVICIAN AND SILURIAN BRACHIOPODS AND CONODONTS - RELATIONSHIPS TO GEOLOGICAL EVENTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COEVAL SEAWATER

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    78. Muller, A
      The palaeoenvironments of coastal lakes in the southern Baltic Sea as derived from sedimentary C-org/S ratios

      CHEMIE DER ERDE-GEOCHEMISTRY
    79. ANDRUSEVICH VE; ENGEL MH; ZUMBERGE JE; BROTHERS LA
      SECULAR, EPISODIC CHANGES IN STABLE CARBON-ISOTOPE COMPOSITION OF CRUDE OILS

      Chemical geology
    80. LOUVAT P; ALLEGRE CJ
      RIVERINE EROSION RATES ON SAO-MIGUEL VOLCANIC ISLAND, AZORES ARCHIPELAGO

      Chemical geology
    81. LASAGA AC; BERNER RA
      FUNDAMENTAL-ASPECTS OF QUANTITATIVE MODELS FOR GEOCHEMICAL CYCLES

      Chemical geology
    82. FRANCOIS LM; GODDERIS Y
      ISOTOPIC CONSTRAINTS ON THE CENOZOIC EVOLUTION OF THE CARBON-CYCLE

      Chemical geology
    83. KERRICK DM; CALDEIRA K
      METAMORPHIC CO2 DEGASSING FROM OROGENIC BELTS

      Chemical geology
    84. BEARDALL J; BEER S; RAVEN JA
      BIODIVERSITY OF MARINE PLANTS IN AN ERA OF CLIMATE-CHANGE - SOME PREDICTIONS BASED ON PHYSIOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE

      Botanica marina
    85. PETSCH ST; BERNER RA
      COUPLING THE GEOCHEMICAL CYCLES OF C, P, FE, AND S - THE EFFECT ON ATMOSPHERIC O-2 AND THE ISOTOPIC RECORDS OF CARBON AND SULFUR

      American journal of science
    86. FERNANDEZ A; CHAUVEL JJ; MORO MC
      COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF THE LOWER ORDOVICIAN IRONSTONES OF THE IBERIAN MASSIF (ZAMORA, SPAIN) AND OF THE ARMORICAN MASSIF (CENTRAL BRITTANY, FRANCE)

      Journal of sedimentary research
    87. ELTABAKH M; SCHREIBER BC; WARREN JK
      ORIGIN OF FIBROUS GYPSUM IN THE NEWARK RIFT BASIN, EASTERN NORTH-AMERICA

      Journal of sedimentary research
    88. BUSH ABG; PHILANDER SGH
      THE LATE CRETACEOUS - SIMULATION WITH A COUPLED ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN GENERAL-CIRCULATION MODEL

      Paleoceanography
    89. SLOAN LC; BLUTH GJS; FILIPPELLI GM
      A COMPARISON OF SPATIALLY-RESOLVED AND GLOBAL MEAN RECONSTRUCTIONS OFCONTINENTAL DENUDATION UNDER ICE-FREE AND PRESENT CONDITIONS

      Paleoceanography
    90. RAVEN JA
      THE ROLE OF MARINE BIOTA IN THE EVOLUTION OF TERRESTRIAL BIOTA - GASES AND GENES - ATMOSPHERIC COMPOSITION AND EVOLUTION OF TERRESTRIAL BIOTA

      Biogeochemistry
    91. MORSE JW; WANG QW; TSIO MY
      INFLUENCES OF TEMPERATURE AND MG-CA RATIO ON CACO3 PRECIPITATES FROM SEAWATER

      Geology
    92. BERNER RA
      PALEOCLIMATE - THE RISE OF PLANTS AND THEIR EFFECT ON WEATHERING AND ATMOSPHERIC CO2

      Science
    93. VEIZER J; BUHL D; DIENER A; EBNETH S; PODLAHA OG; BRUCKSCHEN P; JASPER T; KORTE C; SCHAAF M; ALA D; AZMY K
      STRONTIUM ISOTOPE STRATIGRAPHY - POTENTIAL RESOLUTION AND EVENT CORRELATION

      Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology
    94. FRANCELANORD C; DERRY LA
      ORGANIC-CARBON BURIAL FORCING OF THE CARBON-CYCLE FROM HIMALAYAN EROSION

      Nature
    95. BRALOWER TJ; FULLAGAR PD; PAULL CK; DWYER GS; LECKIE RM
      MIDCRETACEOUS STRONTIUM-ISOTOPE STRATIGRAPHY OF DEEP-SEA SECTIONS

      Geological Society of America bulletin
    96. BRADY PV; GISLASON SR
      SEA-FLOOR WEATHERING CONTROLS ON ATMOSPHERIC CO2 AND GLOBAL CLIMATE

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    97. LYONS TW
      SULFUR ISOTOPIC TRENDS AND PATHWAYS OF IRON SULFIDE FORMATION IN UPPER HOLOCENE SEDIMENTS OF THE ANOXIC BLACK-SEA

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    98. BICKLE MJ
      METAMORPHIC DECARBONATION, SILICATE WEATHERING AND THE LONG-TERM CARBON-CYCLE

      Terra nova
    99. DERRY LA; FRANCELANORD C
      NEOGENE GROWTH OF THE SEDIMENTARY ORGANIC-CARBON RESERVOIR

      Paleoceanography
    100. QUINBYHUNT MS; WILDE P
      CHEMICAL DEPOSITIONAL-ENVIRONMENTS OF CALCIC MARINE BLACK SHALES

      Economic geology and the bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists


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