A scientific paper titled “Chesapeake Bay acidification buffered by spatially decoupled carbonate mineral cycling” has been published in Nature Geoscience. This work was done by research teams from University of Delaware and Xiamen University.
Dr. Jianzhong Su, the first author, joined the UD-XMU Dual Ph.D. Degree Program in Oceanography in 2016 and was advised by Prof. Minhan Dai in XMU and Prof. Weijun Cai in UD. Jianzhong studied in UD from 2016-2019 and was awarded doctoral degrees in both universities in 2006 June.
Jianzhong Su, Wei-Jun Cai*, Jean Brodeur, Baoshan Chen, Najid Hussain, Yichen Yao, Chaoying Ni, Jeremy Testa, Ming Li, Xiaohui Xie, Wenfei Ni, K. Michael Scaboo, Yuanyuan Xu, Jeffrey Cornwell, Cassie Gurbisz, Michael S. Owens, George G. Waldbusser, Minhan Dai and W. Michael Kemp. Chesapeake Bay acidification buffered by spatially decoupled carbonate mineral cycling. Nature Geoscience. 2020. DOI: 10.1038/s41561-020-0584-3.