英文文章

一、修改及投稿中

  1. Tian*, Jun., Li, Ke, Ma, Xiaolin, 2019. Neodymium isotope evidence for tectonically induced Pliocene intensification of the South China Sea deep-water overflow. Submitted.

二、待刊及已发表

  1. Liu, Jingjing, Tian,J.*, Liu, Z.H.*, Herbert, T.D., Fedorov, A., Lyle, M., 2019. Eastern Equatorial Pacific cold tongue evolution since the late Miocene linked to extratropical climate. Science Advances., 5, 1-7, eaau6060. http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/5/4/eaau6060
  2. Tian, J.*, Ma, X.L., Zhou, J.H., Jiang, X.Y., Lyle, M., Shackford, J., and Wilkens, R., 2018. Paleoceanography of the east equatorial Pacific over the past 16 Myr and Pacific-Atlantic comparison: High resolution benthic foraminiferal d18O and d13C records at IODP Site U1337. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 499:185–196. EPSL15174.pdf
  3. Huang, E.*, Chen, Y., Schefuß, E., Steinke, S., Liu, J., & Tian, J., et al. 2018. Precession and glacial-cycle controls of monsoon precipitation isotope changes over east asia during the pleistocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 494, 1-11.pdf
  4. Ma, X.L.*, Tian, J.*, Ma, W.T., Li, K., and Yu, J.M., 2018. Changes of deep Pacific overturning circulation and carbonate chemistry during middle Miocene East Antarctic ice sheet expansion. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 484:253–263.pdf
  5. Li D, Zhao M*, Tian J., 2017. Low-high latitude interaction forcing on the evolution of the 400 kyr cycle in East Asian winter monsoon records during the last 2.8 Myr. Quaternary Science Reviews, 172:72-82.pdf
  6. Tian, J.*, Ma, X.L., Zhou, J.H., and Wang, W.J., 2017. Subsidence of the northern South China Sea and formation of the Bashi Strait in the latest Miocene: paleoceanographic evidences from 9-Myr high resolution benthic foraminiferal d18O and d13C records. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 466: 382–391, PALAEO8076.pdf
  7. Ma W*, Wang P, Tian J., 2017. Modeling 400–500-kyr Pleistocene carbon isotope cyclicity through variations in the dissolved organic carbon pool. Global & Planetary Change, 152:187-198.pdf
  8. Drury, A.* J., Westerhold, T., Frederichs, T., Tian, J., Wilkens, R., & Channell, J. E. T., et al., 2017. Late miocene climate and time scale reconciliation: accurate orbital calibration from a deep-sea perspective. Earth & Planetary Science Letters, 475:254-266.pdf
  9. Wilkens, R. H.*, Westerhold, T., Drury, A. J., Lyle, M., Gorgas, T., & Tian, J.,2017. Revisiting the ceara rise, equatorial atlantic ocean: isotope stratigraphy of odp leg 154 from 0 to 5 ma. Climate of the Past, 13, 779-793.pdf
  10. Huang, Enqing*, Tian, J., Qiao, P.J., Wan, S., Xie, X., and Yang, W.G., 2015. Early interglacial carbonate-dilution events in the South China Sea: Implication for strengthened typhoon activities over subtropical East Asia. Quaternary Science Reviews,125:61-77. pdf
  11. Huang, Enqing*, Tian, J., and Liu, JingJing, 2015. Dynamics of the Australian–Indonesian monsoon across Termination II: Implications of molecular-biomarker reconstructions from the Timor Sea. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 423:32–43. pdf
  12. Tian, J.*, Wentao Ma, Mitchell Lyle, Julia Shackford, 2014. Synchronous mid-Miocene upper and deep oceanic d13C changes in the east equatorial Pacific linked to ocean cooling and ice sheet expansion. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 406:72-80. pdf
  13. Ma,W.T., Chai, F., Xiu, P., Xue, H.J., and Tian, J., 2014. Simulation of export production and biological pump structure in the South China Sea. Geo-Marine Letters, DOI 10.1007/s00367-014-0384-0. pdf
  14. Ma, W.T., and Tian, J., 2014. Modeling the contribution of dissolved organic carbon to carbon sequestration during the last glacial maximum. Geo-Mar Lett, 34:471-482.pdf
  15. Ma, W.T., Fei Chai, Peng Xiu, Huijie Xue, and Jun Tian, 2013.Modeling the long-term variability of phytoplankton functional groups and primary productivity in the South China Sea. Journal of Oceanography, 69:527-544.pdf
  16. Tian, J.*, 2013. Coherent variations of the obliquity components in global ice volume and ocean carbon reservoir over the past 5 Ma. Science China Earth Sciences, 56(12):2160-2172. pdf
  17. Tian, J.*, M. Yang, M. W. Lyle, R. Wilkens, and J. K. Shackford, 2013. Obliquity and long eccentricity pacing of the Middle Miocene climate transition, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 14, 1740–1755, doi:10.1002/ggge.20108. pdf
  18. Huang Enqing* and Tian Jun*,2012. Sea-level rises at Heinrich stadials of early Marine Isotope Stage 3: Evidence of terrigenous n-alkane input in the southern South China Sea. Global and Planetary Change, 94-95:1-12.pdf
  19. Tian, J.*, X. Xie, W. Ma, H. Jin, and P. Wang, 2011. X-ray fluorescence core scanning records of chemical weathering and monsoon evolution over the past 5 Myr in the southern South China Sea, Paleoceanography, 26, PA4202, doi:10.1029/2010PA002045. pdf
  20. Ma Wentao, Tian Jun, Li Qianyu and Wang Pinxian, 2011. Simulation of long eccentricity (400‐kyr) cycle in ocean carbon reservoir during Miocene Climate Optimum: Weathering and nutrient response to orbital change. Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L10701, doi:10.1029/2011GL047680. pdf
  21. Huang Enqing*, Tian Jun*, Steinke S., 2011. Millennial-scale dynamics of the winter cold tongue in the southern South China Sea over the past 26 ka and the East Asian winter monsoon. Quat. Res., 75:196–204. pdf
  22. Tian C.C., and Tian Jun*, 2010. Warming magnitude of Indonesian Throughflow during the penultimate deglaciation (Termination II) and its relationship with climate change in high-latitude regions. Chinese Science Bulletin,  55 (32): 3709-3717. pdf
  23. Tian J.*, Enqing Huang, Dorothy K.Pak, 2010. East Asian winter monsoon variability over the last glacial cycle: Insights from a latitudinal sea-surface temperature gradient across the South China Sea. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 292:319–324. pdf
  24. Wang P., Tian J., Lourens L. (2010): Obscuring of long eccentricity cyclicity in Pleistocene oceanic carbon isotope records. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 290:319-330. pdf
  25. Ma W.*, Tian J.*, and Li Q., 2010. Astronomically modulated late Pliocene equatorial Pacific climate transition and Northern Hemisphere ice sheet expansion. Chinese Science Bulletin, 55(2):212-220. pdf
  26. Tian J.*, Amelia Shevenell , Pinxian Wang, Quanhong Zhao, Qianyu Li, Xinrong Cheng, 2009. Reorganization of Pacific Deep Waters linked to middle Miocene Antarctic cryosphere expansion: A perspective from the South China. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 284:375-382. pdf
  27. Tian J.*, Quanhong Zhao, Pinxian Wang, Qianyu Li, Xinrong Cheng, 2008. Astronomically modulated Neogene sediment records from the South China Sea, Paleoceanography, 23, PA3210, doi:10.1029/2007PA001552. pdf
  28. Huang E.*, Tian J.*, 2008. Melt-Water-Pulse (MWP) events and abrupt climate change of the last deglaciation. Chinese Science Bulletin. 53(18), 2867-2878. pdf
  29. Tian J.*, Dorothy K. Pak., P.X. Wang, David Lea, Xinrong Cheng, Quanhong, Zhao (2006): Late Pliocene Monsoon Linkage in the Tropical South China Sea, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 252, 72-81. pdf
  30. Tian J.*, P. Wang, R. Chen, and X. Cheng, 2005. Quaternary upper ocean thermal gradient variations in the South China Sea: Implications for east Asian monsoon climate. Paleoceanography, 20, PA4007, doi:10.1029/2004PA001115. pdf
  31. Tian J.*, Wang Pinxian, Cheng Xinrong, Wang Rujian, Sun Xiangjun, 2005. Forcing mechanism of the Pleistocene east Asian monsoon variations in a phase perspective. Science in China (D), 48(10), 1708-1717. pdf
  32. Wehausen R., Tian J., Hans-Jürgen Brumsack et al., 2005. Geochemistry of Pliocene sediments from ODP Site 1143 (southern South China Sea). Proc. ODP, Sci. Results 184: College Station, TX. (Ocean Drillin Program). pdf
  33. Tian J.*, Wang Pinxian, Cheng Xinrong, 2004. Responses of foraminiferal isotopic variations at ODP Site 1143 in the southern South China Sea to orbital forcing. Science in China (D) 47(10), 943-953. pdf
  34. Tian J.*, Wang Pinxian, Cheng Xinrong, 2004. Pleistocene Precession forcing of the upper ocean structure variations in the southern South China Sea. Progress in Natural Science 14(11), 1004-1009. pdf
  35. Tian J.*, Wang Pinxian, Cheng Xinrong, 2004. Time-frequency variations of the Plio-Pleistocene foraminiferal isotopes: A case study from the southern South China Sea. Earth Sciences-Journal of China University of Geosciences 15(3), 283-289. pdf
  36. Wang P., Tian, J., Xinrong Cheng, Chuanlian Liu, and Jian Xu, 2004. Major Pleistocene stages in a carbon perspective: The South China Sea record and its global comparison. Paleoceanography 19, doi:10.1029/2003PA000991, PA4005 1-16. pdf
  37. Tian J.*, Wang P.X., Cheng X.R., 2004. Development of the East Asian monsoon and Northern Hemisphere glaciation: oxygen isotope records from the South China Sea. Quaternary Science Reviews, 23:2007-2016. pdf
  38. Wang P., Tian J., Cheng X., Liu C., Xu J., 2003. Carbon reservoir changes preceded major ice-sheets expansion at the mid-Brunhes event. Geology, 31: 239-242. pdf
  39. Wang P., Tian J., Cheng X., Liu C., Xu J., 2003. Exploring cyclic changes of the ocean carbon reservoir. Chinese Science Bulletin 48(23): 2536-2548. pdf
  40. Tian J.*, Wang P.X., Cheng X.R., Li Q.Y., 2002. Astronomically tuned Plio-Pleistocene benthic d18O records from South China Sea and Atlantic-Pacific comparison. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 203: 1015-1029. pdf
  41. Wang P., Tian J., Cheng X., 2001. Transition of Quaternary glacial cyclicity in deep-sea records at Nansha, South China Sea. Science in China (Ser. D) 44, 926-933. pdf