Cheng, Meng (程猛)
Cheng, Meng (程猛)
Chengdu University of Technology
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Coupled oceanic oxygenation and metazoan diversification during the early–middle Cambrian?
C Li, C Jin, NJ Planavsky, TJ Algeo, M Cheng, X Yang, Y Zhao, S Xie
Geology 45 (8), 743-746, 2017
Global marine redox changes drove the rise and fall of the Ediacara biota
F Zhang, S Xiao, SJ Romaniello, D Hardisty, C Li, V Melezhik, ...
Geobiology 17 (6), 594-610, 2019
Uncovering the spatial heterogeneity of Ediacaran carbon cycling
C Li, DS Hardisty, G Luo, J Huang, TJ Algeo, M Cheng, W Shi, Z An, ...
Geobiology 15 (2), 211-224, 2017
Marine Mo biogeochemistry in the context of dynamically euxinic mid-depth waters: a case study of the lower Cambrian Niutitang shales, South China
M Cheng, C Li, L Zhou, TJ Algeo, F Zhang, S Romaniello, CS Jin, LD Lei, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 183, 79-93, 2016
Ediacaran marine redox heterogeneity and early animal ecosystems
C Li, NJ Planavsky, W Shi, Z Zhang, C Zhou, M Cheng, LG Tarhan, G Luo, ...
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
Sulfur isotope evidence for transient marine-shelf oxidation during the Ediacaran Shuram Excursion
W Shi, C Li, G Luo, J Huang, TJ Algeo, C Jin, Z Zhang, M Cheng
Geology 46 (3), 267-270, 2018
Transient deep-water oxygenation in the early Cambrian Nanhua Basin, South China
M Cheng, C Li, L Zhou, LJ Feng, TJ Algeo, FF Zhang, S Romaniello, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 210, 42-58, 2017
The redox structure of Ediacaran and early Cambrian oceans and its controls
C Li, W Shi, M Cheng, C Jin, TJ Algeo
Science Bulletin 65 (24), 2141-2149, 2020
Controls on organic matter accumulation on the early-Cambrian western Yangtze Platform, South China
C Jin, C Li, TJ Algeo, S Wu, M Cheng, Z Zhang, W Shi
Marine and Petroleum Geology 111, 75-87, 2020
Heterogeneous and dynamic marine shelf oxygenation and coupled early animal evolution
C Li, M Cheng, M Zhu, TW Lyons
Emerging topics in life sciences 2 (2), 279-288, 2018
A theoretical prediction of chemical zonation in early oceans (> 520 Ma)
C Li, M Cheng, TJ Algeo, SC Xie
Science China Earth Sciences 58, 1901-1909, 2015
Delayed Neoproterozoic oceanic oxygenation: evidence from Mo isotopes of the Cryogenian Datangpo Formation
M Cheng, C Li, X Chen, L Zhou, TJ Algeo, HF Ling, LJ Feng, CS Jin
Precambrian Research 319, 187-197, 2018
Redox changes in the outer Yangtze Sea (South China) through the Hirnantian Glaciation and their implications for the end-Ordovician biocrisis
N Li, C Li, TJ Algeo, M Cheng, C Jin, G Zhu, J Fan, Z Sun
Earth-Science Reviews 212, 103443, 2021
Evidence for high organic carbon export to the early Cambrian seafloor
M Cheng, C Li, C Jin, H Wang, TJ Algeo, TW Lyons, F Zhang, A Anbar
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 287, 125-140, 2020
Sulfate-controlled marine euxinia in the semi-restricted inner Yangtze Sea (South China) during the Ordovician-Silurian transition
N Li, C Li, J Fan, TJ Algeo, D Yan, G Zhu, S Wu, S Tang, M Cheng, C Jin
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 534, 109281, 2019
Spatiotemporal redox heterogeneity and transient marine shelf oxygenation in the Mesoproterozoic ocean
H Wang, Z Zhang, C Li, TJ Algeo, M Cheng, W Wang
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 270, 201-217, 2020
Highly heterogeneous “poikiloredox” conditions in the early Ediacaran Yangtze Sea
C Jin, C Li, TJ Algeo, B O'Connell, M Cheng, W Shi, J Shen, NJ Planavsky
Precambrian Research 311, 157-166, 2018
Controls on regional marine redox evolution during Permian-Triassic transition in South China
LD Lei, J Shen, C Li, TJ Algeo, ZQ Chen, QL Feng, M Cheng, CS Jin, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 486, 17-32, 2017
Hydrological controls on marine chemistry in the Cryogenian Nanhua Basin (South China)
M Cheng, Z Zhang, TJ Algeo, S Liu, X Liu, H Wang, B Chang, C Jin, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 218, 103678, 2021
The sedimentary geochemistry and paleoenvironments project
ÚC Farrell, R Samawi, S Anjanappa, R Klykov, OO Adeboye, H Agic, ...
Geobiology 19 (6), 545-556, 2021
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