publications


in the pipeline

10. Foster, W.J., Ayzel, G., Isson, T.T., Mutti, M., and Aberhan, M. (in review) Ocean life on the brink: the consequences of heating, suffocating, and acidifying. Science Advances

9. Syverson, D.D., Reinhard, C.T., Isson, T.T., Holstege, C., Katchinoff, J., Etschmann, B., Brugger, J., and Planavsky N.J. (in review) Anoxic weathering of mafic oceanic crust promotes atmospheric oxygenation. Nature Geoscience.

8. Planavsky, N.J., Bolton, E.W, Isson, T.T., Reinhard, C.T., and Zhang, S. (in review) Organic and carbonate carbon burial through Earth’s history. Science Advances.

7. Isson, T.T., Planavsky, N.J., Coogan, L., Stewart, E., Ague, J.J., Bolton, E.W., Zhang, S., McKenzie, N.R., and Kump. L.R., (in review) Evolution of the Global Carbon Cycle and Climate Regulation on Earth. Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

6. Stewart, E., Ague, J., Ferry, J.M., Schffries, C.M., Tao, R.B., Isson, T.T., and Planavsky, N.J. (accepted) Carbonation and decarbonation reactions: implications for planetary habitability. American Mineralogist.

publications

5. Isson T.T. and Planavsky, N.J. (2018) Reverse weathering as a long term stabilizer of marine pH and planetary climate. Nature. 560(7719), 471.

4. Planavsky, N.J., Cole, D.B, Isson, T.T., Reinhard, C.T., Crockford, P.W., Sheldon, N.D., and Lyons, W.T. (2018) Tracking Proterozoic Oxygenation. Emerging Topics in Life Sciences. 2(2), 149-159.

3. Hardisty, D., Lyons, T., Riedinger, N., Isson, T.T., Owens, J., Aller, R.C., Rye, D., Planavsky, N.J., Reinhard, C., Gill, B., Masterson, A.L., Asael, D. and Johnston D. (2018) An evaluation of sedimentary molybdenum and iron as proxies for pore fluid paleoredox conditions. American Journal of Science. 318(5), 527-556.

2. Isson T.T., Love, G., Dupont, C., Reinhard, C.T., Zumberge, A., Asael, D., Gueguen, B., McCrow, J., Gill, B., Owens, J., Rainbird, R., Rooney, A., Zhao, M., Stüeken, E.E., Konhauser, K.O., John, S.G., Lyons, T.W. and Planavsky, N.J. (2018) Tracking the Rise of Eukaryotes to Ecological Dominance with Zinc Isotopes. Geobiology. 16, 341-352.

1. Planavsky, N.J., Slack, J.F., Cannon, W.F., O’Connell, B., Isson, T.T., Asael, D., Jackson, J.C., Hardisty, D.S., Lyons, T.W. and Bekker, A. (2018) Evidence for episodic oxygenation in a weakly redox-buffered deep mid- Proterozoic ocean. Chemical Geology. 483, 581-594.