Dongjie Tang
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Extremely low oxygen concentration in mid-Proterozoic shallow seawaters
D Tang, X Shi, X Wang, G Jiang
Precambrian Research 276, 145-157, 2016
A pulse of oxygen increase in the early Mesoproterozoic ocean at ca. 1.57–1.56 Ga
M Shang, D Tang, X Shi, L Zhou, X Zhou, H Song, G Jiang
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 527, 115797, 2019
Organic carbon isotope gradient and ocean stratification across the late Ediacaran-Early Cambrian Yangtze Platform
XQ Wang, XY Shi, GQ Jiang, DJ Tang
Science China Earth Sciences 57 (5), 919-929, 2014
Ferruginous seawater facilitates the transformation of glauconite to chamosite: An example from the Mesoproterozoic Xiamaling Formation of North China
D Tang, X Shi, G Jiang, X Zhou, Q Shi
American Mineralogist: Journal of Earth and Planetary Materials 102 (11 …, 2017
Formation of shallow-water glaucony in weakly oxygenated Precambrian ocean: An example from the Mesoproterozoic Tieling Formation in North China
D Tang, X Shi, J Ma, G Jiang, X Zhou, Q Shi
Precambrian Research 294, 214-229, 2017
Increase of seawater Mo inventory and ocean oxygenation during the early Cambrian
X Wang, X Shi, X Zhao, D Tang
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 440, 621-631, 2015
Mass-occurrence of oncoids at the Cambrian Series 2–Series 3 transition: implications for microbial resurgence following an early Cambrian extinction
W Zhang, X Shi, G Jiang, D Tang, X Wang
Gondwana Research 28 (1), 432-450, 2015
Stratiform siderites from the Mesoproterozoic Xiamaling Formation in North China: Genesis and environmental implications
D Tang, X Shi, G Jiang, T Wu, J Ma, X Zhou
Gondwana Research 58, 1-15, 2018
Iodine content of the carbonates from the Doushantuo Formation and shallow ocean redox change on the Ediacaran Yangtze Platform, South China
H Wei, X Wang, X Shi, G Jiang, D Tang, L Wang, Z An
Precambrian Research 322, 160-169, 2019
Sunspot cycles recorded in Mesoproterozoic carbonate biolaminites
D Tang, X Shi, G Jiang
Precambrian Research 248, 1-16, 2014
Microfabrics in Mesoproterozoic microdigitate stromatolites: evidence of biogenicity and organomineralization at micron and nanometer scales
D Tang, X Shi, G Jiang, W Zhang
Palaios 28 (3), 178-194, 2013
Stepwise oxygenation of early Cambrian ocean controls early metazoan diversification
X Zhao, X Wang, X Shi, D Tang, Q Shi
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 504, 86-103, 2018
Mesoproterozoic biogenic thrombolites from the North China platform
D Tang, X Shi, G Jiang
International Journal of Earth Sciences 102 (2), 401-413, 2013
Morphological association of microbially induced sedimentary structures (MISS) as a paleoenvironmental indicator: an example from the proterozoic succession of the southern …
DJ Tang, XY Shi, G Jiang, XQ Wang
Microbial mats in siliciclastic depositional systems through time. SEPM …, 2012
A transient swing to higher oxygen levels in the atmosphere and oceans at~ 1.4 Ga
W Wei, R Frei, R Klaebe, D Tang, GY Wei, D Li, LL Tian, F Huang, ...
Precambrian Research 354, 106058, 2021
Shallow-marine ironstones formed by microaerophilic iron-oxidizing bacteria in terminal Paleoproterozoic
Y Lin, D Tang, X Shi, X Zhou, K Huang
Gondwana Research 76, 1-18, 2019
Organomineralization in Mesoproterozoic giant ooids
D Tang, X Shi, Q Shi, J Wu, G Song, G Jiang
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 107, 195-211, 2015
Mesoproterozoic oxygenated deep seawater recorded by early diagenetic carbonate concretions from the Member IV of the Xiamaling Formation, North China
A Liu, D Tang, X Shi, X Zhou, L Zhou, M Shang, Y Li, H Fang
Precambrian Research 341, 105667, 2020
Environment controls on Mesoproterozoic thrombolite morphogenesis: a case study from the North China Platform
T Dongjie, S Xiaoying, J Ganqing, P Yunpeng, Z Wenhao, W Yuan, L Min
Journal of palaeogeography 2 (3), 275-296, 2013
Nitrogen cycle perturbations linked to metazoan diversification during the early Cambrian
D Xu, X Wang, X Shi, D Tang, X Zhao, L Feng, H Song
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 538, 109392, 2020
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