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(2021) Using Lithium Isotopes to Quantitatively Extract the Silicate Weathering Signal Registered in the Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuarine Sediments
Cao F, Yang S-Y, Yang C-F, Guo Y-L, Bi L & Li Y-Z

(2020) Clay Li-Nd Isotope Variations in the Changjiang Basin over the Past 14, 000 Years
Yang C, Vigier N, Yang S, Revel M & Bi L

(2020) Anthropogenic Control on Riverine Organic Carbon Dynamics in the Changjiang River Basin post-Three Gorges Dam Period
Panwar S, Bi L & Yang S

(2020) A Reassessment of Radiogenic and Stable Strontium Isotope Systematics in Constraining Silicate and Carbonate Weathering Processes in Mountain Streams
Su N, Yang S, Wu Z, Deng K & Bi L

(2019) The Internal Dynamics of Sediment Transport System Controls on Short-Term Silicate Weathering in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Basin
Bi L, Yang S, Li C, Guo Y, Zhao Y & Yang C

(2018) Geochemical Constraints on Two Contrasting Fluvial Sediment Routing Systems in the East Asian Continental Margin
Yang S, Deng K, Li C, Bi L, Su N & Guo Y

(2017) Tracing Fluvial Sediment Routing Systems in East Asia
Yang S, Li C, Deng K, Bi L & Su N

(2017) Time Scale of Sediment Transport in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary during the Last 13 kyrs
Li C, Yang S, Guo Y & Bi L

(2016) A Review on the Holocene Soure-To-Sink Transport Process of the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Sediment in the East China Sea
Yang S, Bi L, Li C & Zhao Y

(2016) Geochemical Evidence Indicates a Paleo-Lake Burst Event in the Huange (Yellow River)
Guo Y, Yang S, Li C & Bi L

(2015) Sr–Nd Isotopic and Geochemical Constraints on Terrigenous Sediment Provenances and Paleoenvironment Revolution in the East China Sea during the Holocene
Bi L, Yang S, Li C, Guo Y & Shao J

(2013) The Origins of Detrital Clays on the East China Sea Shelf
Bi L, Yang SY, Li C, Wang Q & Liu JT

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