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Details for: Wei-Jun Cai
Wei-Jun Cai (University of Delaware)
Theme chair: 12
Goldschmidt2015 Goldschmidt2018 Goldschmidt2020
Dr. Wei-Jun has worked on the area of marine carbon cycling for over 20 years. His research areas include, in early days, CaCO3 dissolution and sediment diagenesis in sea floor using microelectrodes (O2, pH and pCO2) and, since 1998, air-sea exchange of CO2 and carbon cycling in coastal oceans. Most recently, his research focuses on the responses of coastal ocean carbon cycle and ecosystem to a changing terrestrial export of carbon and nutrients, interactions between coastal ocean acidification and other environmental stressors, and coral calcification mechanisms and its responses to ocean acidification.Note: abstracts are only listed if one of the following email addresses was provided when the abstract was submitted: firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, try an advanced search.
Chesapeake Bay Acidification Buffered by Spatially-Separated Calcium Carbonate Mineral Formation and Dissolution
Cai W-J, Su J, Ni C, Testa J & lI M
(2018) Physical and Biogeochemical Controls on pH Dynamics in the Northern Gulf of Mexico during Hypoxia Season
Jiang Z-P, Cai W-J, Wang K, Han C, Chen B-S, Li Q & Feneel K
(2018) Application of a Generic Estuarine Model to Coastal Waters: A Mechanistic Understanding of pH and the Carbonate System
Laruelle G, Cai W-J, Thieu V, Raimonet M, Volta C, Marescaux A, Garnier J & Regnier P
(2018) The Combined Effects of Acidification and Hypoxia along the West Coast of North America
Feely R, Carter B, Bednarsek N, Cai W-J, Alin S, Okazaki R & Greeley D
(2018) Solubility Controls Carbonate Chemistry with Local Modifications in North American Ocean Margins
Cai W-J, Xu Y, Feely R, Alin S, Sutton A & Barbero L
(2015) Carbon Fluxes in the Land to Ocean Continuum: Updated Synthesis and Implications for the Anthropogenic CO2 Budget
Regnier P, Laruelle G, Lauerwald R, Landschützer P, Cai W-J, Ciais P, Friedlingstein P, Gruber N, Hartmann J & Mackenzie F
(2015) Ocean Margins as an Increasing Sink for Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
Cai W-J, Laruelle G, Hu X, Yin K & Regnier P
(2015) A Sediment Trap Evaluation of B/Ca in Planktonic Foraminifera as a Carbonate System Proxy
Osborne E, Thunell R, Bizimis M, Buckley W & Cai W-J
Theme chairGoldschmidt2020 - Theme 12: Metals and nutrient cycling in land and sea
Session convenerGoldschmidt2020 - Session 12c: Coastal and Open-Ocean Carbon and Nutrient Cycling
Goldschmidt2018 - Session 07f: Physical, Biogeochemical and Anthropogenic Controls on pH of Estuarine, Coastal and Open Ocean Waters and Sediments
MentorshipGoldschmidt2018: Mentor (Mentoring Jianghui Du)