International  Center  for  Isotope  Effects  Research

Nanjing University

ABOUT US

  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. 

Gathering at the end of 2023

Akers, P.D., Savarino, J., Caillon, N., Servettaz, A.P., Le Meur, E., Magand, O., Martins, J., Agosta, C., Crockford, P., Kobayashi, K., Hattori, S., Curran, M., van Ommen, T., Jong, L., Roberts, J.L. Sunlight-driven nitrate loss records Antarctic surface mass balance. Nature Communications 13, 4274...
Fairchild, I. J., Bao, H., Windmill, R. & Boomer, I. (2022). The Marinoan cap carbonate of Svalbard: Syngenetic marine dolomite with 17O-anomalous carbonate-associated sulphate. The Depositional Record, 00, 1– 26.
Kantnerová, K., Hattori, S., Toyoda, S., Yoshida, N., Emmenegger, L., Bernasconi, S.M. and Mohn, J., 2022. Clumped isotope signatures of nitrous oxide formed by bacterial denitrification. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 328, 120-129, 2022
Peng, Y., H. Bao, G. Jiang, P. Crockford, D. Feng, S. Xiao, A. J. Kaufman and J. Wang (2022). A transient peak in marine sulfate after the 635-Ma snowball Earth. Proc Natl Acad Sci  U S A, 119(19): e2117341119.