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Tinghong Zhou
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Paleomagnetic constraints on the paleogeography of the East Asian blocks during Late Paleozoic and Early Mesozoic times
B Huang, Y Yan, JDA Piper, D Zhang, Z Yi, S Yu, T Zhou
Earth-science reviews 186, 8-36, 2018
2892018
Permian paleogeography of the eastern CAOB: Paleomagnetic constraints from volcanic rocks in central eastern Inner Mongolia, NE China
D Zhang, B Huang, J Zhao, JG Meert, Y Zhang, Y Liang, Q Bai, T Zhou
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123 (4), 2559-2582, 2018
382018
Quantifying the extent of the Paleo‐Asian Ocean during the late Carboniferous to early Permian
D Zhang, B Huang, G Zhao, JG Meert, S Williams, J Zhao, T Zhou
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (15), e2021GL094498, 2021
282021
Absence of a long-lived lunar paleomagnetosphere
JA Tarduno, RD Cottrell, K Lawrence, RK Bono, W Huang, CL Johnson, ...
Science Advances 7 (32), eabi7647, 2021
262021
Early Cambrian renewal of the geodynamo and the origin of inner core structure
T Zhou, JA Tarduno, F Nimmo, RD Cottrell, RK Bono, M Ibanez-Mejia, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 4161, 2022
192022
Paleomagnetic Inclination Shallowing in the Lower Triassic Liujiagou Formation from Qinshui Basin, North China Block
T Zhou, B Huang, S Jia, Y Liang, D Zhang, Q Zhao, Y Zhang, Y Yan
Beijing Da Xue Xue Bao 54 (3), 521-534, 2018
17*2018
Hadaean to Palaeoarchaean stagnant-lid tectonics revealed by zircon magnetism
JA Tarduno, RD Cottrell, RK Bono, N Rayner, WJ Davis, T Zhou, F Nimmo, ...
Nature 618 (7965), 531-536, 2023
102023
Magnetic records from the Nenjiang Formation of core SK-1s and their implications
H Li, T Zhou, S Zhang, G Liu, H Wu, T Yang, K Zhao
Geoscience Frontiers 24 (1), 143-153, 2017
2*2017
Ediacaran ultra-weak geomagnetic field, oxygen rise, and the diversification of macroscopic animals
R Cottrell, J Tarduno, W Huang, S Xiao, E Blackman, T Zhou, J Schneider, ...
EGU24, 2024
2024
An Early and Ephemeral Lunar Dynamo: Traces of Earth's Hadean Atmosphere Could Be Preserved in the Buried Regolith
T Zhou, JA Tarduno, RD Cottrell, CR Neal, F Nimmo, M Ibañez-Mejia
LPI Contributions 3040, 2422, 2024
2024
Reconsidering geomagnetic field spikes ca. 1.1 billion years ago
W Huang, J Tarduno, T Zhou
AGU23, 2023
2023
What does the mean unblocking temperature tell us about the mean grain size?
JF Einsle, AR Muxworthy, W Williams, F Iacoviello, F Perrone, ...
AGU23, 2023
2023
Evidence for a discontinuous geodynamo during the Ediacaran Period
T Zhou, J Tarduno, KP Kodama, EG Blackman, F Nimmo, RD Cottrell, ...
AGU23, 2023
2023
Did the dynamo cease during the Ediacaran Period prior to inner core nucleation?
T Zhou, J Tarduno, K Kodama, R Cottrell, R Bono
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU-7723, 2023
2023
A Lunar Core Dynamo Limited to the Moon's First 200 Million Years
T Zhou, JA Tarduno, RD Cottrell, CR Neal, F Nimmo, M Ibanez-Mejia
LPI Contributions 2806, 2261, 2023
2023
On the possibility of a complete Ediacaran field collapse
K Kodama, T Zhou, R Bono, R Cottrell, J Tarduno
XXVIII General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics …, 2023
2023
Confirmation of the Ediacaran ultra-low geomagnetic field interval: Further evidence for the onset of inner core growth
W Huang, JA Tarduno, T Zhou
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2022, GP26A-03, 2022
2022
Absence of a long-lived lunar dynamo: opportunities to learn about the early Earth and solar wind during future exploration
T Zhou, JA Tarduno, RD Cottrell
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2022, P46A-05, 2022
2022
When the Moon Lacked a Paleomagnetosphere
JA Tarduno, T Zhou, RD Cottrell
53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2678, 2566, 2022
2022
Rapid Recovery of Earths Magnetic Field Strength after Nucleation of the Inner Core
T Zhou, J Tarduno, R Cottrell, F Padgett, B Crummins, W Huang, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, DI35D-0045, 2021
2021
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