Daniel P. Schrag

Daniel P. Schrag

Harvard University

Professor

Environmental Science and Engineering

Research Area

  • #Geology
  • #Environmental science
  • #Carbonate
  • #Paleontology
  • #Geochemistry
  • #Carbon cycle
  • #Greenhouse gas
  • #Climate change
  • #Proterozoic
  • #Total organic carbon

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Related papers to
‘ Geology ‘ : 16

  • Regulation of atmospheric oxygen during the Proterozoic

    2014/02

    4.7 Impact Factor

    152 citations

    Thomas A. Laakso, Daniel P. Schrag

    DOI : 10.1016/J.EPSL.2013.11.049

    • #Geology
    • #Earth science
    • #Oxygen
    • #Flux
    • #Phosphorus
    • #Ferrous
    • #Biogeochemical cycle
    • #Proterozoic
    • #Phanerozoic
    • #Great Oxygenation Event

All papers authored by
‘ Daniel P. Schrag ’ : 29

  • Consequences of twenty-first-century policy for multi-millennial climate and sea-level change

    2016/04
    NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE

    19.3 Impact Factor

    358 citations

    Peter U. Clark, Jeremy D. Shakun, Shaun A. Marcott, Alan C. Mix, Michael Eby, Scott Kulp, Anders Levermann, Glenn A. Milne, Patrik L. Pfister, Benjamin D. Santer, Daniel P. Schrag, Susan Solomon, Thomas F. Stocker, Benjamin H. Strauss, Andrew J. Weaver, Ricarda Winkelmann, David Archer, Edouard Bard, Aaron Goldner, Kurt Lambeck, Raymond T. Pierrehumbert, Gian Kasper Plattner

    DOI : 10.1038/NCLIMATE2923

    • #History
    • #Economy
    • #Physical geography
    • #Climate change
    • #Sustainability
    • #Greenhouse gas
    • #Civilization
    • #Earth system science
    • #Global warming
    • #Global change
    • #Political economy of climate change

Related papers to
‘ Geology ‘ : 16

  • Regulation of atmospheric oxygen during the Proterozoic

    2014/02
    EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS

    4.7 Impact Factor

    152 citations

    Thomas A. Laakso, Daniel P. Schrag

    DOI : 10.1016/J.EPSL.2013.11.049

    • #Geology
    • #Earth science
    • #Oxygen
    • #Flux
    • #Phosphorus
    • #Ferrous
    • #Biogeochemical cycle
    • #Proterozoic
    • #Phanerozoic
    • #Great Oxygenation Event
  • The Mg isotopic composition of Cenozoic seawater - evidence for a link between Mg-clays, seawater Mg/Ca, and climate

    2015/04
    EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS

    4.3 Impact Factor

    88 citations

    John A. Higgins, Daniel P. Schrag

    DOI : 10.1016/J.EPSL.2015.01.003

    • #Geology
    • #Environmental chemistry
    • #Oceanography
    • #Sediment
    • #Magnesium
    • #Seawater
    • #Carbonate
    • #Sea surface temperature
    • #Weathering
    • #Carbon cycle
    • #Cenozoic

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All papers authored by
‘ Daniel P. Schrag ’ : 29

  • Consequences of twenty-first-century policy for multi-millennial climate and sea-level change

    2016/04
    NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE

    19.3 Impact Factor

    358 citations

    Peter U. Clark, Jeremy D. Shakun, Shaun A. Marcott, Alan C. Mix, Michael Eby, Scott Kulp, Anders Levermann, Glenn A. Milne, Patrik L. Pfister, Benjamin D. Santer, Daniel P. Schrag, Susan Solomon, Thomas F. Stocker, Benjamin H. Strauss, Andrew J. Weaver, Ricarda Winkelmann, David Archer, Edouard Bard, Aaron Goldner, Kurt Lambeck, Raymond T. Pierrehumbert, Gian Kasper Plattner

    DOI : 10.1038/NCLIMATE2923

    • #History
    • #Economy
    • #Physical geography
    • #Climate change
    • #Sustainability
    • #Greenhouse gas
    • #Civilization
    • #Earth system science
    • #Global warming
    • #Global change
    • #Political economy of climate change
  • Regulation of atmospheric oxygen during the Proterozoic

    2014/02
    EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS

    4.7 Impact Factor

    152 citations

    Thomas A. Laakso, Daniel P. Schrag

    DOI : 10.1016/J.EPSL.2013.11.049

    • #Geology
    • #Earth science
    • #Oxygen
    • #Flux
    • #Phosphorus
    • #Ferrous
    • #Biogeochemical cycle
    • #Proterozoic
    • #Phanerozoic
    • #Great Oxygenation Event

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