Nathan D Sheldon

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Geobiology, paleoclimatology, terrestrialization of the biosphere
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Stein RA, Sheldon ND, Smith SY. (2024) Comparing Methodologies for Stomatal Analyses in the Context of Elevated Modern CO. Life (Basel, Switzerland). 14
Hönisch B, Royer DL, Breecker DO, et al. (2023) Toward a Cenozoic history of atmospheric CO. Science (New York, N.Y.). 382: eadi5177
Gomes ML, Klatt JM, Dick GJ, et al. (2021) Sedimentary pyrite sulfur isotope compositions preserve signatures of the surface microbial mat environment in sediments underlying low-oxygen cyanobacterial mats. Geobiology
Stein RA, Sheldon ND, Smith SY. (2020) C plant carbon isotope discrimination does not respond to CO concentration on decadal to centennial timescales. The New Phytologist
Rico KI, Sheldon ND, Kinsman-Costello LE. (2020) Associations between redox-sensitive trace metals and microbial communities in a Proterozoic ocean analogue. Geobiology
Dzombak R, Sheldon N, Mohabey D, et al. (2020) Stable climate in India during Deccan volcanism suggests limited influence on K–Pg extinction Gondwana Research. 85: 19-31
Sheldon ND, Smith SY, Stein R, et al. (2020) Carbon isotope ecology of gymnosperms and implications for paleoclimatic and paleoecological studies Global and Planetary Change. 184: 103060
Colwyn DA, Sheldon ND, Maynard JB, et al. (2019) A paleosol record of the evolution of Cr redox cycling and evidence for an increase in atmospheric oxygen during the Neoproterozoic. Geobiology
Stein RA, Sheldon ND, Smith S. (2019) Rapid response to anthropogenic climate change by : implications for past climate reconstructions and future climate predictions. Peerj. 7: e7378
Gallagher TM, Hren M, Sheldon ND. (2019) The effect of soil temperature seasonality on climate reconstructions from paleosols American Journal of Science. 319: 549-581
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