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. Huang Enqing*, Pinxian Wang, Yue Wang, Mi Yan, Jun Tian, Shihan Li, Wentao Ma, 2020. Dole effect as a measurement of the low-latitude hydrological cycle over the past 800 ka. Science Advances, 6, 1-8, eaba4823. https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/41/eaba4823.full
  2. Westerhold* T., N. Marwan, A.J. Drury, D. Liebrand, C. Agnini, Anagnostou, J. S. K. Barnet, S. Bohaty, D.D. Vleeschouwer, F. Florindo, T. Frederichs, D. A. Hodell, A. E. Holbourn, D. Kroon, V. Lauretano, K. Littler, L. J. Lourens, M. Lyle, H. Pälike, U. Röhl1, Jun Tian, R. H. Wilkens, P. A. Wilson, J. C. Zachos, 2020. An astronomically dated record of Earth’s climate and its predictability over the last 66 million years. Science, 369, 1383-1387. https://science.sciencemag.org/content/369/6509/1383.full
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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
  26. 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
  27. 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
  28. 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
  29. 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
  30. 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
  31. 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
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. 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
  38. 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
  39. 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
  40. 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
  41. 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
  42. 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
  43. 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