International  Center  for  Isotope  Effects  Research

Nanjing University


  ICIER is a cross-college and cross-discipline research hub. It is currently based off and growing out of the College of Earth Sciences and Engineering at Nanjing University. All of our faculty members are affiliated with different colleges in Nanjing University, including but not limited to Earth Sciences, Planetary Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Geography and Oceanography, Atmospheric Sciences, Medical School, and Life Sciences. 


2023 Workshop on High-Dimensional Isotope Signatures effects was held from August 19th to August 20th.

Haiyang,W., Yongbo,P., Chao,L., Xiaobin,C., Meng,C and Huiming,B., 2023, Sulfate triple-oxygen-isotope evidence confirming oceanic oxygenation 570 million years ago: Nat Commun 14, 4315. 
Peng, Y., Hattori, S., Zuo, P., Ma, H. & Bao, H. Record of pre-industrial atmospheric sulfate in continental interiors. Nature Geoscience (2023).
Itahashi, S., Hattori, S., Ito, A., Sadanaga, Y., Yoshida, N. and Matsuki, A.: Role of Dust and Iron Solubility in Sulfate Formation during the Long-Range Transport in East Asia Evidenced by 17O-Excess Signatures. Environmental Science & Technology, 56, 19, 13634–13643 (2022)
Iizuka, Y., Uemura, R., Matsui, H., Oshima, N., Kawakami, K., Hattori, S., Ohno, H., and Matoba, S.: High flux of small sulfate aerosols during the 1970s reconstructed from the SE‐Dome ice core in Greenland. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, Volume127, Issue17,  e2022JD036880 (2022).