Noah Planavsky

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Yale University, New Haven, CT 
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Terry Isson grad student Yale
Silvina Slagter grad student 2019- (Geotree)
Eric Bellefroid grad student 2013-2018 Yale
Devon Cole grad student 2014-2018 Yale
Shuang Zhang grad student 2011-2019 Yale
Jingjun Liu grad student 2020-2024 Yale (Physics Tree)
Bleuenn Gueguen post-doc Yale
Jun Shen post-doc Yale
Ming-Yu Zhao post-doc 2016- Yale
Ryan McKenzie post-doc 2014-2016 Yale
Ashleigh Hood post-doc 2015-2016 Yale
Xiangli Wang post-doc 2014-2017 Yale
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Wei GY, Zhao M, Sperling EA, et al. (2024) Lithium isotopic constraints on the evolution of continental clay mineral factory and marine oxygenation in the earliest Paleozoic Era. Science Advances. 10: eadk2152
Reershemius T, Kelland ME, Jordan JS, et al. (2023) Initial Validation of a Soil-Based Mass-Balance Approach for Empirical Monitoring of Enhanced Rock Weathering Rates. Environmental Science & Technology
Kanzaki Y, Planavsky NJ, Reinhard CT. (2023) New estimates of the storage permanence and ocean co-benefits of enhanced rock weathering. Pnas Nexus. 2: pgad059
Anbar AD, Buick R, Gordon GW, et al. (2023) Technical comment on "Reexamination of 2.5-Ga 'whiff' of oxygen interval points to anoxic ocean before GOE". Science Advances. 9: eabq3736
Wang J, Tarhan LG, Jacobson AD, et al. (2023) The evolution of the marine carbonate factory. Nature
Slagter S, Hao W, Planavsky NJ, et al. (2023) Author Correction: Biofilms as agents of Ediacara-style fossilization. Scientific Reports. 13: 2307
Gong Z, Wei GY, Fakhraee M, et al. (2023) Revisiting marine redox conditions during the Ediacaran Shuram carbon isotope excursion. Geobiology
Planavsky NJ, Asael D, Rooney AD, et al. (2022) A sedimentary record of the evolution of the global marine phosphorus cycle. Geobiology
Yang X, Mao J, Li R, et al. (2022) The deposition and significance of an Ediacaran non-glacial iron formation. Geobiology
Isson TT, Zhang S, Lau KV, et al. (2022) Marine siliceous ecosystem decline led to sustained anomalous Early Triassic warmth. Nature Communications. 13: 3509
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