I have published 50+ papers in international journals. Here are the papers with correspondence being addressed to me:

Paleo records: Paleoceanography, Paleoecology, Paleoclimate

Xu S.D., Zhang J., Wang X.X., Jia G.D., 2016. Catchment environmental change over the past century recorded by sedimentary leaf wax n-alkane δ13C off the Pearl River estuary. Science China Earth Sciences, in press.

Jia, G.D., Bai Y., Yang X.Q., Xie L.H., Wei G.J., Ouyang T.P., Chu G.Q., Liu Z.H., Peng P.A., 2015. Biogeochemical evidence of Holocene East Asian summer and winter monsoon variability from a tropical maar lake in southern China. Quaternary Science Reviews, 111: 51-61.

Jia G.D., Bai Y., Ma Y.J., Sun J.M., Peng P.A., 2015. Paleoelevation of Tibetan Lunpola basin in the Oligocene-Miocene transition estimated from leaf wax lipid dual isotopes. Global and Planetary Change, 126: 14-22.

Jia G.D., Rao Z.G., Zhang J., Li Z.Y., Chen F.H., 2014. Tetraether biomarker records from a loess-paleosol sequence in the western Chinese Loess Plateau. Frontiers in Microbiology, 4: 199, DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00199.

Jia G.D., Li Z.Y., Peng P.A., Zhou L.P., 2012. Aeolian n-alkane isotopic evidence from North Pacific for a Late Miocene decline of C4 plant in the arid Asian interior. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 321: 32-40.

Jia G.D., Li Z.Y., 2011. Easterly denitrification signal and nitrogen fixation feedback documented in the western Pacific sediments. Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L24605.

Zhang J., Yu H., Jia G.D., Chen F.J., Liu Z.X., 2010. Terrestrial n-alkane signatures in the middle Okinawa Trough during the post-glacial transgression: control by sea level and paleovegetation confounded by offshore transport. Geo-Marine Letters, 30: 143-150.

Jia G.D., Chen F.J., Peng P.A., 2008. Sea surface temperature differences between the western equatorial Pacific and northern South China Sea since the Pliocene and their paleoclimatic implications. Geophysical Research Letters, 2008, 35: L18609.

Xie H.Q., Jia G.D., Peng P.A., Shao L., 2007. Sea surface temperature variations in the southern South China Sea over the past 160 kyr. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 46: 49-55.

Jia G.D., Xie H.Q., Peng P.A., 2006. Contrast in surface water δ18O distributions between the Last Glacial Maximum and the Holocene in the southern South China Sea. Quaternary Science Reviews, 25: 1053-1064.

Jia G.D., Peng P.A., Zhao Q.H., Jian Z.M., 2003. Changes in terrestrial ecosystem since 30 Ma in East Asia: stable isotope evidence from black carbon in the South China Sea. Geology, 31: 1093-1096.

Jia G.D., Peng P.A., Fang D.Y., 2002. Burial of different types of organic carbon in Core 17962 from South China Sea since the last glacial period. Quaternary Research, 58: 93-100.

Jia G.D., Peng P.A., Jian Z.M., Wang P.X., Fu J.M., 2000. The sedimentary records of black carbon in Nansha sea area since the last glaciation. Chinese Science Bulletin, 45: 1594-1597.

Biogeochemical Proxy Developement

Deng L.H., Jia G.D., Jin C.F., Li S.J., 2016. Warm season bias of branched GDGT temperature estimates causes underestimation of altitudinal lapse rate. Organic Geochemistry, 96: 11-17.

Zhang J., Bai Y., Xu S.D., Lei F., Jia G.D., 2013.   Alkenone and tetraether lipids reflect different seasonal seawater temperatures in the coastal northern South China Sea.  Organic Geochemistry,  58: 115-120.

Jia G.D., Zhang J., Chen J.F., Peng P.A., Zhang C.L., 2012. Archaeal tetraether lipids record subsurface water temperature in the South China Sea. Organic Geochemistry, 50: 68-77.

Li Z.Y., Jia G.D., 2011. Separation of total nitrogen into organic and inorganic forms from sediments for isotopic analysis. Organic Geochemistry, 42: 296-299.

Wei K., Jia G.D., 2009. Soil n-alkane δ13C along a mountain slope as an integrator of altitude effect on plant species δ13C. Geophysical Research Letters, 36: L11401.

Jia G.D., Wei K., Chen F.J., Peng P.A., 2008. Soil n-alkane δD vs. altitude gradients along Mount Gongga, China. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72: 5165-5174.

Jia G.D., Dungait J.A.J., Bingham M.B., Valiranta M., Korhola A., Evershed R.P., 2008. Neutral monosaccharides as biomarker proxies for bog-forming plants for application to palaeovegetation reconstruction in ombrotrophic peat deposits. Organic Geochemistry, 39: 1790-1799.

Rao Z.G., Jia G.D., Zhu Z.Y., Wu Y., Zhang J.W., 2008. Comparison of the carbon isotope composition of total organic carbon and long-chain n-alkanes from surface soils in eastern China and their significance. Chinese Science Bulletin, 53: 3921-3927.

Biogeochemical Processes in the River-Estuary-Ocean Continuum

Guo W., Ye F., Xu S.D., Jia G.D., 2015. Seasonal variation in sources and processing of particulate organic carbon in the Pearl River estuary, South China. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 167: 540-548.

Ye F., Ni Z.X., Xie L.H., Wei G.J., Jia G.D., 2015. Isotopic evidence for the turnover of biological reactive nitrogen in the Pearl River Estuary, south China. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 120: 661-672.

Ye F., Deng W.F., Xie L.H., Wei G.J., Jia G.D., 2014. Surface water δ18O in the marginal China seas and its hydrological implications. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 147: 25-31.

Xu S.D., Jia G.D., Deng W.F., Wei G.J., Chen W.F., Huh C.-A., 2014. Carbon isotopic disequilibrium between seawater and air in the coastal Northern South China Sea over the past century. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 149: 38-45.

Jia G.D., Xu S.D., Chen W.F., Lei F., Bai Y., Huh C.-A., 2013. 100-year ecosystem history elucidated from inner shelf sediments off the Pearl River estuary, China.  Marine Chemistry, 151: 47-55.

Jia G.D., Chen F.J., 2010. Monthly variations in nitrogen isotopes of ammonium and nitrate in wet deposition at Guangzhou, south China. Atmospheric Environment, 44: 2309-2315.

Chen F.J., Jia G.D., 2009. Spatial and seasonal variations in δ13C and δ15N of particulate organic matter in a dam-controlled subtropical river. River Research and Applications, 25: 1169-1176.

Chen F.J., Jia G.D., Chen J.Y., 2009. Nitrate sources and watershed denitrification inferred from nitrate dual isotopes in the Beijiang River, south China. Biogeochemistry, 94: 163-174.

Jia G.D., Peng P.A., 2003. Spatial and temporal signatures of sedimented organic matter in the Lingding Bay (Pearl estuary), Southern China. Marine Chemistry, 82: 47-54.