Carbonate clumped isotope geochemistry as an applied tool in paleoceanography and paleoclimate, within an inclusive science framework
Interactions between microbes and iron in the euphotic ocean
Earth's long term climate stabilized by clouds
The Sun was dimmer earlier in Earth history, but glaciation was rare in the Precambrian: this is the ``Faint Young Sun Problem''. Most solutions rely on changes to the chemical composition of the atmosphere to compensate via a stronger greenhouse effect, whilst physical feedbacks have received less attention.
Traces of Fire
Coupled Models of Fault Slip and Fault-Zone Fluid Flow Produce Earthquake Swarms and Aseismic Slip
A Galactic Census of Minor Bodies: What Are They, How Do They Form, and Where Do They Come From?
Title: Landscape evolution and the early Mars hydroclimate: constraints from paleolake morphologies
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