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Calibrations for benthic foraminiferal Mg/Ca paleothermometry and the carbonate ion hypothesis
H Elderfield, J Yu, P Anand, T Kiefer, B Nyland
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 250 (3-4), 633-649, 2006
2262006
Benthic foraminiferal B/Ca ratios reflect deep water carbonate saturation state
J Yu, H Elderfield
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 258 (1-2), 73-86, 2007
1872007
B/Ca in planktonic foraminifera as a proxy for surface seawater pH
J Yu, H Elderfield, B Hönisch
Paleoceanography 22 (2), 2007
1482007
Geochemistry of Daihai Lake sediments, Inner Mongolia, north China: implications for provenance, sedimentary sorting, and catchment weathering
Z Jin, F Li, J Cao, S Wang, J Yu
Geomorphology 80 (3-4), 147-163, 2006
1262006
Loss of carbon from the deep sea since the Last Glacial Maximum
J Yu, WS Broecker, H Elderfield, Z Jin, J McManus, F Zhang
Science 330 (6007), 1084-1087, 2010
1252010
Trace and rare-earth element geochemistry in tourmaline and cassiterite from the Yunlong tin deposit, Yunnan, China: implication for migmatitic–hydrothermal fluid evolution and …
SY Jiang, JM Yu, JJ Lu
Chemical Geology 209 (3-4), 193-213, 2004
1122004
Determination of multiple element/calcium ratios in foraminiferal calcite by quadrupole ICP‐MS
J Yu, J Day, M Greaves, H Elderfield
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 6 (8), 2005
952005
Seawater carbonate ion-δ13C systematics and application to glacial–interglacial North Atlantic ocean circulation
J Yu, H Elderfield, AM Piotrowski
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 271 (1-4), 209-220, 2008
902008
Mg/Ca in the benthic foraminifera Cibicidoides wuellerstorfi and Cibicidoides mundulus: Temperature versus carbonate ion saturation
J Yu, H Elderfield
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 276 (1-2), 129-139, 2008
872008
Preferential dissolution of benthic foraminiferal calcite during laboratory reductive cleaning
J Yu, H Elderfield, M Greaves, J Day
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 8 (6), 2007
872007
An evaluation of benthic foraminiferal B/Ca and δ11B for deep ocean carbonate ion and pH reconstructions
J Yu, GL Foster, H Elderfield, WS Broecker, E Clark
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 293 (1-2), 114-120, 2010
842010
Bipolar seesaw control on last interglacial sea level
G Marino, EJ Rohling, L Rodríguez-Sanz, KM Grant, D Heslop, ...
Nature 522 (7555), 197, 2015
712015
Reconstructing deglacial North and South Atlantic deep water sourcing using foraminiferal Nd isotopes
AM Piotrowski, A Galy, JAL Nicholl, N Roberts, DJ Wilson, JA Clegg, J Yu
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 357, 289-297, 2012
682012
Controls on boron incorporation in cultured tests of the planktic foraminifer Orbulina universa
KA Allen, B Hönisch, SM Eggins, J Yu, HJ Spero, H Elderfield
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 309 (3-4), 291-301, 2011
682011
Planktic foraminifers as recorders of seawater Ba/Ca
B Hönisch, KA Allen, AD Russell, SM Eggins, J Bijma, HJ Spero, DW Lea, ...
Marine Micropaleontology 79 (1-2), 52-57, 2011
652011
Responses of the deep ocean carbonate system to carbon reorganization during the Last Glacial–interglacial cycle
J Yu, RF Anderson, Z Jin, JWB Rae, BN Opdyke, SM Eggins
Quaternary Science Reviews 76, 39-52, 2013
602013
A warm and poorly ventilated deep Arctic Mediterranean during the last glacial period
DJR Thornalley, HA Bauch, G Gebbie, W Guo, M Ziegler, SM Bernasconi, ...
Science 349 (6249), 706-710, 2015
522015
Atlantic‐Pacific seesaw and its role in outgassing CO2 during Heinrich events
L Menviel, MH England, KJ Meissner, A Mouchet, J Yu
Paleoceanography 29 (1), 58-70, 2014
522014
Lake Qinghai sediment geochemistry linked to hydroclimate variability since the last glacial
Z Jin, Z An, J Yu, F Li, F Zhang
Quaternary Science Reviews 122, 63-73, 2015
452015
Trace element proxies for surface ocean conditions: A synthesis of culture calibrations with planktic foraminifera
KA Allen, B Hönisch, SM Eggins, LL Haynes, Y Rosenthal, J Yu
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 193, 197-221, 2016
422016
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