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    Jianghui Du

    Jianghui Du photo
    Ph.D. Graduate Student
    Degree Major: Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences
    Major Professor/Advisor(s): Alan Mix
    Discipline: Ocean Ecology and Biogeochemistry
    Office: Burt 120
    Email: dujia@oregonstate.edu

    Specialty

    Trace element biogeochemistry, isotope geochemistry and paleoceanography.

    Research Interests

    The biogeochemistry of trace elements in the ocean and their application in paleoceanography;

    North Pacific paleoceanography, in particular deep water circulation, in the last glacial cycle;

    Plio-Pleistocene climate transition and the onset of Northern Hemisphere Glaciation.

    Current Research

    1. The diagenetic and oceanic cycles of Nd and its isotopes.

    2. The application of authigenic εNd as a circulation tracer in paleoceanography, with case studies in the Gulf of Alaska.

    3. The biogeochemistry of redox sensitive metals in sediments, with paleoceanographic applications in the Gulf of Alaska. 

    Education

    Oregon State University, CEOAS, PhD Candidate in Ocean Ecology and Biogeochemistry, 2014~

    Peking University, SESS, M.S. in Geology, 2011

    Peking University, SESS, B.S. in Geology, 2009

    Publications

    Du, J., Haley, B. A., & Mix, A. C. (2016). Neodymium isotopes in authigenic phases, bottom waters and detrital sediments in the Gulf of Alaska and their implications for paleo-circulation reconstruction. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta193, 14-35, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2016.08.005

    Du, J., B. Huang, and L. Zhou (2016), Global deepwater circulation between 2.4 and 1.7 Ma and its connection to the onset of Northern Hemisphere Glaciation, Paleoceanography, 31, 1480–1497, doi:10.1002/2015PA002906.

    Du. J and B. Huang. Variations in upper water structure during MIS 3 from the western South China Sea. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2010, 55: 301-307.

     

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