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Details for: Haojia Abby Ren
Haojia Abby Ren (National Taiwan University)
Theme chair: 12
Goldschmidt Conference Archive Goldschmidt2016 Goldschmidt2018 Goldschmidt2020
I am associate professor in the Department of Geosciences at National Taiwan University in Taiwan. My research interests are focused on understanding the interaction between biology and the environmental conditions through the course of Earth history. In particular, I work on emerging disciplines and techniques to study the fluxes and cycles of biologically important elements, such as nitrogen and carbon, which can be then used to identify the biogeochemical processes and feedbacks that stabilizes the Earth system. I am currently working on developing planktonic foraminifera shell-bound nitrogen isotopes as a paleoceanographic tool to reconstruct past history of the marine nitrogen cycle.Note: abstracts are only listed if one of the following email addresses was provided when the abstract was submitted: email@example.com. Otherwise, try an advanced search.
(2020) A Seasonally Resolved Coral Nitrogen Isotope Record from the Florida Keys: Implications for the Impact of Anthropogenic Nitrogen on the Gulf of Mexico
Wang Y, Wang XT, Flannery JA, Toth LT, Richey JN, Chen Y-C, Rao ZC, Ren HA & Sigman DM
(2020) Foraminifera-Bound Nitrogen Isotopes: From Mechanistic Understanding to a Case Study in the Equatorial Pacific
Ren H, Chen Y-C, Fang W-N, Studer A, Yu J, Martinez-Garcia A, Haug G, Spero H & Sigman D
This presentation is the The Shen-su Sun Award 2020.
(2021) Oceanic Nutrient Rise and the Late Miocene Inception of Pacific Oxygen-Deficient Zones
Wang XT, Wang Y, Auderset A, Sigman DM, Ren HA, Martinez-Garcia A, Haug GH, Su Z, Zhang Y, Rasmussen B, Sessions A & Fischer W
(2018) Reconstruction of Deglacial Surface Ocean pH in the South China Sea Using Boron Isotopes in Foraminifera
Sun LY-J, Huang K-F, Ren H, Chen M-T & Liu Z
(2016) Response of South China Sea Nitrogen Fixation to Shelf Nitrogen Loss over Glacial Cycles
Ren H, Sigman D, Martínez-García A, Anderson R, Chen M-T, Straub M, Wong G & Haug G
(2014) Glacial-To-Interglacial Changes in Nitrate Supply and Consumption in the Subarctic North Pacific from Microfossil-Bound N Isotopes at Two Trophic Levels
Ren H, Studer A, Sigman D, Serno S, Anderson R, Winckler G, Oleynik S, Gersonde R & Haug G
(2013) Groundtruthing the Nitrogen Isotopic Composition of Planktonic Foraminifera as a Paleobiogeochemical Proxy
Ren H, Sigman D, Ellis K, Weigand M, Anderson R, Ravelo C, Altabet M, Fawcett S & Rafter P
(2012) Atmospheric Dust Input to the Subarctic North Pacific
Winckler G, Serno S, Anderson RF, Hayes CT, Ren H, Gersonde R & Haug GH
(2012) Studies of Surface Ocean Nitrate Utilization in the Subarctic North Pacific Using Multiple Nitrogen Isotope Recorders in the Surface Sediment
Ren H, Anderson RF, Studer AS, Serno S, Sigman DM, Winckler G, Gersonde R & Haug GH
(2012) Biological Productivity in the Subarctic North Pacific and Bering Sea: A Proxy Evaluation
Serno S, Winckler G, Anderson RF, Hayes CT, Ren H, Gersonde R & Haug GH
Theme chairGoldschmidt2020 - Theme 12: Metals and nutrient cycling in land and sea
MedalGoldschmidt2020: The Shen-su Sun Award 2020