- Clumped isotope geochemistry
- Biocalcification and Climate Impacts
- Carbonate Paleo-proxies
- Enzymatic isotope effects
- Numerical modeling
Recent Publications (* student)
Guo, W., *Bokade, R., Cohen, A., *Mollica, N., *Leung, M., Brainard, R. E. (in revision) Ocean acidification has impacted coral growth on Indo-Pacific reefs, Geophys. Res. Lett., in revision.
Bajnai, D., Guo, W., Spötl, C., Coplen, T. B. Methner, K., Löffler, N., Krsnik, E., Gischler, E., Hansen, M., Henkel, D., Price, G. D., Raddatz, J., Scholz, D., Fiebig, J. (in press) Dual clumped isotope thermometry resolves kinetic biases in carbonate formation temperatures, Nat. Commun., in press.
Guo, W. (2020) Kinetic clumped isotope fractionation in the DIC-H2O-CO2 system: Patterns, controls, and implications, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 268, 230-257. link
Guo, W., *Zhou, C. (2019b) Patterns and controls of disequilibrium isotope effects in speleothems: Insights from an isotope-enabled reaction-diffusion model and implications for quantitative thermometry, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 267, 196-226. link
Guo, W. (2019) Seawater temperature and buffering capacity modulate coral calcifying pH, Sci. Rep., 9, 1189. link
Guo, W., *Zhou, C. (2019a) Triple oxygen isotope fractionation in the DIC-H2O-CO2 system: A numerical framework and its implications, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 246, 541-564. link
*Mollica, N., Guo, W., Cohen, A., Huang, K.-F., Foster, G. L., Donald, H. K., Solow, A. R. (2018) Ocean acidification affects coral growth by reducing skeletal density, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 115, 1754-1759. link
Ph.D. California Institute of Technology, 2008, Geochemistry
M.S. California Institute of Technology, 2006, Geochemistry
B.S. University of Science and Technology of China, 2002, Geochemistry
- Shawn Wang (MIT-WHOI JP Student) - Co-advising with Delia Oppo
- Nathaniel Mollica (MIT-WHOI JP Student) - Co-advising with Anne Cohen
- David Feagins (WHOI summer student fellow, St. Mary's University, co-advising with Anne Cohen)
- Patrick Neal (Guest Undergraduate Student, Northeastern University)
We are seeking to fill two guest student positions (~6 months) in our group. Undergraduate/Graduate students with strong numerical modeling skills or familiar with quantum mechanical calculations are strongly encouraged to apply.