Yuexiao Shao

Yuexiao Shao
University of Adelaide · Discipline of Geology and Geophysics

Doctor of Philosophy

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The geochemistry and mineralogy of sediments provide relevant information for the understanding of the origin and metallogenic mechanism of ferromanganese nodules and crusts. At present, there are still few studies on the sediment origin of the Clarion–Clipperton Zone (CCZ) of the east Pacific, particularly on the systematic origin of sediments wit...
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Multi-centennial records of past hydroclimate change are essential to understanding the resilience of aquatic ecosystems to climatic events, in addition to guiding conservation and restoration efforts. Such data are also crucial for examining the long-term controls over regional hydroclimate, and the inherent variability in extreme droughts and flo...
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The Coorong Lagoon is a unique hydrological and depositional system at the terminus of the Murray–Darling Basin, the largest river system in Australia. It exhibits large salinity, nutrient, and organic matter gradients, providing a modern analogue to study and validate the use of δ ¹⁵ N and δ ¹³ C as tracers of past and contemporary geochemical cyc...
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Local carbonate cycling in lagoon-estuarine systems, involving processes such as inorganic and biogenic carbonate precipitation/ dissolution, represents an important but poorly constrained component of the coastal carbon budget. This study investigates the sensitivity of stable Sr isotope tracer (δ88/86Sr) with respect to carbonate saturation and s...
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This study uses Ca and Sr isotopes (δ44/40Ca and 87Sr/86Sr), coupled with elemental ratios, to better understand the water source apportionment and carbonate output in the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth Estuary, which represents the terminus of Australia’s longest river system. The geochemistry of waters in the Coorong (i.e., North and South...

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