中文
Wei Wei

Research Scientist

Email: wwei1@ustc.edu.cn

Research fields

Paleo-environment geochemistry

Isotope geochemistry


Education

2008.09-2012.06, Hefei University of Technology, School of Resources and Environmental Engineering, Bachelor

2012.09-2018.06, Nanjing University, School of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Ph.D


Employment

2018.07-2020.04, University of Science and Technology of China, School of Earth and Space Sciences, Postdoc

2020.05 until now, University of Science and Technology of China, School of Earth and Space Sciences, Research Associate


Major publications

First/corresponding author:

Dong, L.H., Wei, W.*, Yu, C.L., Hou, Z.H., Zeng, Z., Chen, T., Huang, F., 2021. Determination of vanadium isotope compositions in carbonates using an Fe coprecipitation method and MC-ICP-MS. Analytical Chemistry 93, 7172-7179.

Wei, W.*, Zeng, Z., Shen, J, Tian, L.L., Wei, G.Y., Ling, H.F., Huang, F.*, 2021. Dramatic changes in the carbonate-hosted barium isotopic compositions in the Ediacaran Yangtze Platform. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 299, 113-129.

Wei, W.*, Frei, R., Klaebe, R., Tang, D., Wei, G.Y., Li, D., Tian, L.L., Huang, F., Ling, H.F.*, 2021. A transient swing to higher oxygen levels in the atmosphere and oceans at ~1.4 Ga. Precambrian Research 354, 106058.

Wang, X.L., Wei, Wei.*, 2020. Stable chromium isotope geochemistry. Earth Science Frontiers, 27, 78-103. (in Chinese with English abstract)

Wei, W.*, Klaebe, R., Ling, H.F.*, Huang, F., Frei, R., 2020. Biogeochemical cycle of chromium isotopes at the modern Earth's surface and its applications as a paleo-environment proxy. Chemical Geology 541, 119570.

Wei, W., Frei, R., Gilleaudeau, G.J., Li, D., Wei, G.Y., Huang, F., Ling, H.F.*, 2020. Variations of redox conditions in the atmosphere and Yangtze Platform during the Ediacaran-Cambrian transition: Constraints from Cr isotopes and Ce anomalies. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 543, 109598.

Wei, W., Frei, R., Klaebe, R., Li, D., Wei, G., Ling, H.*, 2018. Redox condition in the Nanhua Basin during the waning of the Sturtian glaciation: a chromium-isotope perspective. Precambrian Research 319,198-210.

Wei, W., Frei, R., Chen, T., Klaebe, R., Wei, G., Li, D., Ling, H.*, 2018. Marine ferromanganese oxide: a potentially important sink of light chromium isotopes? Chemical Geology 495, 90-103.

Wei, W., Frei, R., Gilleaudeau, G., Li, D., Wei, G., Chen, X., Ling, H.*, 2018. Oxygenation variations in the atmosphere and shallow seawaters of the Yangtze Platform during the Ediacaran Period: clues from Cr-isotope and Ce-anomaly in carbonates. Precambrian Research 313, 78-90.

Wei, W., Wang, D.*, Li, D.*, Ling, H., Chen, X., Wei, G., Zhang, F., Zhu, X., Yan, B., 2016. The marine redox change and nitrogen cycle in the Early Cryogenian interglacial time: Evidence from nitrogen isotopes and Mo contents of the basal Datangpo Formation, northeastern Guizhou, South China. Journal of Earth Science 27, 233-241.

Co-author:

Zhao, Y., Wei, W., Li, S., Yang, T., Zhang, R., Somerville, I., Santosh, M., Wei, H., Wu, J., Yang, J., Chen, W., 2021. Rare earth element geochemistry of carbonates as a proxy for deep-time environmental reconstruction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 574, 110443.

Tian, L.L, Gong, Y.Z., Wei, W., Kang, J.T., Yu, H.M., Huang, F., 2020. Rapid determination of Ba isotope compositions for barites using a H2O-extraction method and MC-ICP-MS. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 35, 1566-1573.

Wei, G.Y., Planavsky, N.J., Tarhan, L.G., He, T., Wang, D., Shields, G.A., Wei, W., Ling, H.F., 2020. Highly dynamic marine redox state through the Cambrian explosion highlighted by authigenic δ238U records. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 544, 116361.

Wei, G., Wei, W., Wang, D., Li, T., Yang, X., Shields, G.A., Zhang, F., Li, G., Chen, T., Yang, T., 2020. Enhanced chemical weathering triggered an expansion of euxinic seawater in the aftermath of the Sturtian glaciation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 539, 116244.

Hohl, S.V., Jiang, S.Y., Viehmann, S., Wei, W., Liu, Q., Wei, H.Z., Galer, S.J., 2020. Trace Metal and Cd Isotope Systematics of the Basal Datangpo Formation, Yangtze Platform (South China) Indicate Restrained (Bio) Geochemical Metal Cycling in Cryogenian Seawater. Geosciences 10, 36.

Wei, G.Y., Hood, A.v.S., Chen, X., Li, D., Wei, W., Wen, B., Gong, Z., Yang, T., Zhang, Z.F., Ling, H.F., 2019. Ca and Sr isotope constraints on the formation of the Marinoan cap dolostones. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 511, 202-212.

Wei, G.Y., Planavsky, N.J., Tarhan, L.G., Chen, X., Wei, W., Li, D., Ling, H.F., 2018. Marine redox fluctuation as a potential trigger for the Cambrian explosion. Geology 46, 587-590.

Xue, W.W., Ling, H.F., Li, D., Wei, W., Wei, G.Y., Gao, M.Q., 2018. Study on Characteristics of Lower Cambrian strata and genesis of uranium enrichment/mineralization in the strata in Xiushui Area. Geological Journal of China Universities, 24, 210-221. (in Chinese with English abstract)

Wei, G., Ling, H., Li, D., Wei, W., Wang, D., Chen, X., Zhu, X., Zhang, F., Yan, B., 2017. Marine redox evolution in the early Cambrian Yangtze shelf margin area: evidence from trace elements, nitrogen and sulphur isotopes. Geological Magazine 154, 1344-1359.

Wang, D., Ling, H.F., Yao, S.P., Li, D., Wei, W., Wei, G.Y., 2016. Organic carbon isotope stratigraphy of the Early Cambrian Huitong section in Hunan Province, southeastern Yangtze, China. Geological Journal of China Universities, 22, 274-288. (in Chinese with English abstract)