Li Shuning:Process fingerprinting with triple oxygen and clumped isotopes: new approaches to kinetic isotope effects (Academic Report of Shanghai Marine Summit Discipline)

The release date:2017-06-01view:13Set

Lecturer: Dr. Li Shuning

Time: 9:30-11:30, June 9, 2017 (Friday)

Location: Meeting Room A323 of the College of Marine Sciences

About the lecturer: Dr. Li Shuning is currently engaged in post-doctoral research at the University of California. Li obtained the PhD. Degree from the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences of Johns Hopkins University, and mainly studies stable isotope geochemistry, and is involved in the research of triple oxygen isotopes in sedimentary records, the thermometer of clustered isotopes in synthesized and pedogenic calcium carbonate, the development of new-type clustered isotopes, etc. Li has published many academic papers on EPSL, GCA and other top-class geoscience journals, and has attracted close attention from peers in the international community.


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