Volcanic ash as a driver of enhanced organic carbon burial in the Cretaceous Cin-Ty Lee, Hehe Jiang, Elli Ronay, Daniel Minisini, Jackson Stiles, Matt Neal Scientific Reportsvolume 8, Article number: 4197 (2018) doi:10.1038/s41598-018-22576-3 On greater than million year timescales, carbon in the ocean-atmosphere-biosphere system is controlled by geologic inputs of CO2 through volcanic and metamorphic degassing. High atmospheric […]
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An imbalance in the deep water cycle at subduction zones: The potential importance of the fore-arc mantle Julia Ribeiro and Cin-Ty Lee Earth and Planetary Science Letters Volume 479, 1 December 2017, Pages 298-309 The depth of slab dehydration is thought to be controlled by the thermal state of the downgoing slab: cold slabs are […]
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Deep mantle roots and continental emergence: implications for whole-Earth elemental cycling, long-term climate, and the Cambrian explosion Cin-Ty A. Lee, Jeremy Caves, Hehe Jiang, Wenrong Cao, Adrian Lenardic, N. Ryan McKenzie, Oliver Shorttle, Qing-zhu Yin & Blake Dyer International Geology Review 2017, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00206814.2017.1340853 Elevations on Earth are dominantly controlled by crustal buoyancy, primarily through variations […]
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Lithospheric foundering and underthrusting imaged beneath Tibet Min Chen, Fenglin Niu, Jeroen Tromp, Adrian Lenardic, Cin-Ty A. Lee, Wenrong Cao & Julia Ribeiro Nature Communications 8, Article number: 15659 (2017), doi:10.1038/ncomms15659 Long-standing debates exist over the timing and mechanism of uplift of the Tibetan Plateau and, more specifically, over the connection between lithospheric evolution and […]
Hehe Jiang, Cin-Ty A. Lee Continental magmatic arcs are characterized by voluminous flare-ups accompanied by rapid arc unroofing and sedimentation in the forearc basin. Such magmatism and erosion may be dynamically linked and influence the long-term evolution of crustal thickness. To evaluate these effects, we conducted a case study in the Peninsular Ranges batholith (PRB) […]
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Lee, C.-T A., Yeung, L. Y., McKenzie, N. R., Yokoyama, Y., Ozaki, K., Lenardic, A., Two-step rise in atmospheric oxygen is an inevitable consequence of the growth of granitic continents and continental carbonates, submitted.
*He, D., Lee, C.-T. A., Yu, X., Farner, M., 2015, Ge/Si partitioning in igneous systems: constraints from high mass resolution laser ablation ICP-MS measurements on natural samples, submitted.
*Farner, M. J., Lee, C.-T. A., Mikus, M. L., Mafic-felsic magma interaction: a case study of mafic enclaves from the Bernasconi Hills pluton, Peninsular Ranges, California, submitted.
McKenzie, N. R., Horton, B. K., Loomis, S. E., Stockli, D. F., Lee, C.-T. A., 2015, Continental arc volcanism as a driver of icehouse–greenhouse variability: a 720 Myr record, submitted.
*Erdman, M. E., Lee, C.-T. A., Levander, A., Jiang, H., 2015, Dual uplift history of the Colorado Plateau due to arc magmatism and lower crustal foundering, submitted.
110. *Le Roux, V., Dasgupta, R., Lee, C.-T. A., 2015, Recommended mineral-melt partition coefficients for FRTEs (Cu), Ga and Ge during mantle melting, American Mineralogist; http://dx.doi.org/10.2138/am-2015-5215.
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