Publications

161.  Ocko, IB, Hamburg, SP, Jacob, DJ, Keith, DW, Keohane, NO, Oppenheimer, M, Roy-Mayhew, JD, Schrag, DP, and Pacala, SW. Unmask temporal trade-offs in climate policy debates. Science, 356 (6337), 492-493. View PDF

160.  Laakso, TA and Schrag, DP. A theory of atmospheric oxygen. Geobiology, 15 (3), 366-384, 2017. View PDF

159.  Hoffman, P, Bellefroid, EJ, Johnson, BW, Hodgskiss, MSW, Schrag, DP, and Halverson, GP. Early extensional detachments in a contractional orogen: coherent, map-scale, submarine slides (mass transport complexes) on the outer slope of an Ediacaran collisional foredeep, eastern Kaoko belt, Namibia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 53 (11), 1177-1189, 2016. View PDF

158.  Smith, EF, Nelson, LL, Strange, MA, Eyster, AE, Rowland, SM, Schrag, DP, and Macdonald, FA. The end of the Ediacaran: Two new exceptionally preserved body fossil assemblages from Mount Dunfee, Nevada, USA. Geology, 44 (11), 911-914, 2016. View PDF

157.  Lorrey, AM, Brookman, TH, Evans, MN, Fauchereau, NC, Macinnis-Ng, C, Barbour, MM, Criscitiello, A, Eischeid, G, Fowler, A, Horton, TW, and Schrag, DP. Stable oxygen isotope signatures of early season wood in New Zealand kauri (Agathis australis) tree rings: Prospects for palaeoclimate reconstruction. Dendrochronologia, 40, 1-14, 2016.

156.  Clark, PU, Shakun, JD, Marcott, SA, Mix, AC, Eby, M, Kulp, S, Levermann, A, Milne, GA, Pfister, PL, Santer, BD, Schrag, DP, Solomon, S, Stocker, TF, Strauss, BH, Weaver, AJ, Winkelmann, R, Archer, D, Bard, E, Goldner, A, Lambeck, K, Pierrehumbert, RT, and Plattner, G. Consequences of twenty-first-century policy for multi-millennial climate and sea-level change. Nature Climate Change, 6(4), 360-369, 2016. View PDF

155.  Dagon, K and Schrag, DP. Exploring the Effects of Solar Radiation Management on Water Cycling in a Coupled Land-Atmosphere Model. Journal of Climate, 29(7), 2635-2650, 2016. View PDF

154.  Smith, EF, Macdonald, FA, Petach, TA, Bold, U, and Schrag, DP. Integrated stratigraphic, geochemical, and paleontological late Ediacaran to early Cambrian records from southwestern Mongolia. GSA Bulletin, 128(3-4), 442-468, 2016. View PDF

153.  Bold, U, Smith, EF, Rooney, AD, Bowring, SA, Buchwaldt, R, Dudas, FO, Ramezani, J, Crowley, JL, Schrag, DP, and Macdonald, FA. Neoproterozoic stratigraphy of the Zavkhan Terrane of Mongolia: The backbone for Cryogenian and early Ediacaran chemostratigraphic records. Amer. Journal of Sci., 316(1), 1-63, 2016. View PDF

152.  Petersen, SV and Schrag, DP. Antarctic ice growth before and after the Eocene-Oligocene transition: New estimates from clumped isotope paleothermometry. Paleoceanography, 30(10), 1305-1317, 2015. 

151.  Martindale, RC, Strauss, JV, Sperling, EA, Johnson, JE, Van Kranendonk, MJ, Flannery, D, French, K, Lepot, K, Mazumder, R, Rice, MS, Schrag, DP, Summons, R, Walter, M, Abelson, J, and Knoll, AH. Sedimentology, chemostratigraphy, and stromatolites of lower Paleoproterozoic carbonates, Turee Creek Group, Western Australia. Precambrian Research, 266, 194-211, 2015. 

150.  Kuntz, LB, Laakso, TA, Schrag, DP, and Crowe, SA. Modeling the carbon cycle in Lake Matano. Geobiology, 2015. View PDF 

149.  Smith, EF, Macdonald, FA, Crowley, JL, Hodgin, EB, and Schrag, DP. Tectonostratigraphic evolution of the c. 780–730 Ma Beck Spring Dolomite: Basin Formation in the core of Rodinia, in Supercontinent Cycles Through Earth History, edited by ZX Li, DAD Evans, Li, Z. X., Evans, and JB Murphy. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, UK, 424, 2015.

148.  Gothmann, AM, Stolarski, J, Adkins, JF, Schoene, B, Dennis, KJ, Schrag, DP, Mazur, M, and Bender, ML. Fossil corals as an archive of secular variations in seawater chemistry since the Mesozoic. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 160, 188-208, 2015.

147.  Linsley, BK, Wu, HC, Dassié, EP, and Schrag, DP. Decadal changes in South Pacific sea surface temperatures and the relationship to the Pacific decadal oscillation and upper ocean heat content. Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 2015. 

146.  Higgins, JA and Schrag, DP. The Mg isotopic composition of Cenozoic seawater—evidence for a link between Mg-clays, seawater Mg/Ca, and climate. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 416, 73-81, 2015.

145.  Petersen, SV and Schrag, DP. Clumped isotope measurements of small carbonate samples using a high-efficiency dual-reservoir technique. Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom., 28, 2371–2381, 2014. View PDF

144.  Wu, HC, Moreau, M, Linsley, BK, Schrag, DP, Correge, T. Investigation of sea surface temperature changes from replicated coral Sr/Ca variations in the eastern equatorial Pacific (Clipperton Atoll) since 1874. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 412, 208-222, 2014. 

143.  Creveling, JR, Johnston, DT, Poulton, SW, Kotrc, B, Maerz, C, Schrag, DP, and Knoll, AH. Phosphorus sources for phosphatic Cambrian carbonates. GSA Bulletin, 126(1-2), 145-163, 2014. View PDF

142.  Laakso, TA and Schrag, DP. Regulation of atmospheric oxygen during the Proterozoic. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 388, 81-91, 2014.

141.  Johnston, DT, Poulton, SW, Tosca, NJ, O’Brien, T, Halverson, GP, Schrag, DP, and Macdonald, FA. Searching for an oxygenation event in the fossiliferous Ediacaran of northwestern Canada. Chemical Geology, 362, 273-286, 2013.

140.  Shoemaker, JK, Schrag, DP, Molina, MJ, and Ramanathan, V. What role for short-lived climate pollutants in mitigation policy? Science, 342, 1323-1324, 2013. View PDF 

139.  Jordaan, SM, Anadon, LD, Mielke, E, and Schrag, DP. Regional water implications of reducing oil imports with liquid transportation fuel alternatives in the United States. Environ. Sci. Technol., 47, 11976-11984, 2013. View PDF 

138.  Shoemaker, JK and Schrag, DP. The danger of overvaluing methane’s influence on future climate change. Clim. Change, 120, 903-914, 2013. View PDF

137.  Macdonald, FA, Strauss, JV, Sperling, EA, Halverson, GP, Narbonne, GM, Johnston, DT, Kunzmann, M, Schrag, DP, and Higgins, JA. The stratigraphic relationship between the Shuram carbon isotope excursion, the oxygenation of Neoproterozoic oceans, and the first appearance of the Ediacara biota and bilaterian trace fossils in northwestern Canada. Chem. Geol., 2013. View PDF

136.  Petersen, SV, Schrag, DP, and Clark, PU. A new mechanism for Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles. Paleoceanography, 28, 24-30, 2013. View PDF 

135.  Ashkenazy, Y, Gildor, H, Losch, M, Macdonald, FA, Schrag, DP, and Tziperman, E. Dynamics of a Snowball Earth ocean. Nature, 495, 90-93, 2013. View PDF

134.  Schrag, DP, Higgins, JA, Macdonald, FA, and Johnston, DT. Authigenic carbonate and the history of the global carbon cycle. Science, 339, 540-543, 2013. View PDF

133.  Dennis, KJ, Cochran, JK, Landman, NH, and Schrag, DP. The climate of the Late Cretaceous: New insights from the application of the carbonate clumped isotope thermometer to Western Interior Seaway macrofossil. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 362, 51-65, 2013. View PDF

132.  Higgins, JA and Schrag, DP. Records of Neogene seawater chemistry and diagenesis in deep-sea carbonate sediments and pore fluids. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 357, 386-396, 2012. View PDF

131.  Schrag, DP. Geobiology of the Anthropocene, in Fundamentals of Geobiology, edited by A Knoll, D Canfield, and K Konhauser. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Chichester, UK, 425-436, 2012. View PDF

130.  Shoemaker, JK, Varner, RK, and Schrag, DP. Characterization of subsurface methane production and release over 3 years at a New Hampshire wetland. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 91, 120-139, 2012. View PDF

129.  Tziperman, E, Abbot, DS, Ashkenazy, Y, Gildor, H, Pollard, D, Schoof, CG, and Schrag, DP. Continental constriction and oceanic ice-cover thickness in a Snowball-Earth scenario. JGR-Oceans, 117, C05016, 2012. View PDF

128.  Schrag, DP. Is shale gas good for climate change? Dӕdalus, 141(2), 72-80, 2012. View PDF

127.  Johnston, DT, Macdonald, FA, Gill, BC, Hoffman, PF, and Schrag, DP. Uncovering the Neoproterozoic carbon cycle. Nature, 483, 320-U110, 2012. View PDF

126.  Schrag, DP. Hope and the Climate Scientist: Response to McKibben’s Human Flourishing Depends on What We Do Now, in Ecologies of Human Flourishing, edited by D Swearer and S McGarry. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 169-174, 2011. View PDF

125.  Anderson, J, Archer, D, Battisti, D, Bender, M, Cane, M, deMenocal, P, Emanuel, K, Fung, I, Huybers, P, Keeling, R, Molina, M, Pierrehumbert, R, Schrag, D, and Wofsy, S. On writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: Brief of amicus curiae in support of the respondents. American Electric Power Company, Inc., et al., v. State of Connecticut, et al. Supreme Court of the United States, No. 10-174, 2011. View PDF

124.  Dennis, KJ, Affek, HP, Passey, BH, Schrag, DP, and Eiler, JM. Defining an absolute reference frame for ‘clumped’ isotope studies of CO2. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 75(22), 7117-7131, 2011. View PDF

123.  Tziperman, E, Halevy, I, Johnston, DT, Knoll, AH, and Schrag, DP. Biologically induced initiation of Neoproterozoic snowball-Earth events. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 108, 15091-15096, 2011. View PDF

122.  Jones, DS, Fike, DA, Finnegan, S, Fischer, WW, Schrag, DP, and McCay, D. Terminal Ordovician carbon isotope stratigraphy and glacioeustatic sea-level change across Anticosti Island (Quebec, Canada). GSA Bulletin, 123(7-8), 1645-1664, 2011. View PDF

121.  Macdonald, FA, Strauss, JV, Rose, CV, Dudas, FO, and Schrag, DP. Stratigraphy of the Port Nolloth Group of Namibia and South Africa and implications for the age of Neoproterozoic iron formations. Amer. Journal of Sci., 310(9), 862-888, 2010. View PDF

120.  House, KZ, Altundas, B, Harvey, CF, and Schrag, DP. The immobility of CO2 in marine sediments beneath 1500 meters of water. ChemSusChem, 3, 905-912, 2010. View PDF

119.  Higgins, JA and Schrag, DP. Constraining magnesium cycling in marine sediments using magnesium isotopes. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 74, 5039-5053, 2010. View PDF

118.  Jones, DS, Maloof, AC, Hurtgen, MT, Rainbird, RH, and Schrag, DP. Regional and global chemostratigraphic correlation of the early Neoproterozoic Shaler Supergroup, Victoria Island, Northwestern Canada. Precambrian Research, 181, 43-63, 2010. View PDF

117.  Dennis, KJ and Schrag, DP. Clumped isotope thermometry of carbonatites as an indicator of diagenetic alteration. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 74, 4110-4122, 2010. View PDF

116.  Halevy, I, Johnston, DT, and Schrag, DP. Explaining the structure of the Archean mass-independent sulfur isotope record. Science, 329, 204-207, 2010. View PDF

115.  Schneps, MH, Griswold, A, Finkelstein, N, McLeod, M, and Schrag, DP. Using video to build learning contexts online. Science, 328, 1119-1120, 2010. View PDF

114.  Wilson, JP, Fischer, WW, Johnston, DT, Knoll, AH, Grotzinger, JP, Walter, MR, McNaughton, NJ, Simon, M, Abelson, J, Schrag, DP, Summons, R, Allwood, A, Andres, M, Gammon, C, Garvin, J, Rashby, S, Schweizer, M, and Watters, W. Geobiology of the late Paleoproterozoic Duck Creek Formation, Western Australia. Precambrian Research, 179, 135-149, 2010. View PDF

113.  Shoemaker, JK and Schrag, DP. Subsurface characterization of methane production and oxidation from a New Hampshire wetland. Geobiology, 8, 234-243, 2010. View PDF

112.  Turchyn, AV, Bruchert, V, Lyons, TW, Engel, GS, Balci, N, Schrag, DP, and Brunner, B. Kinetic oxygen isotope effects during dissimilatory sulfate reduction: A combined theoretical and experimental approach. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 74, 2011-2024, 2010. View PDF

111.  Macdonald, FA, Schmitz, MD, Crowley, JL, Roots, CF, Jones, DS, Maloof, AC, Strauss, JV, Cohen, PA, Johnston, DT, and Schrag, DP. Calibrating the Cryogenian. Science, 327, 1241-1243, 2010. View PDF

110.  Macdonald, F, Cohen, P, Dudas, F, and Schrag, DP. Early Neoproterozoic scale microfossils in the Lower Tindir Group of Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Geology, 38, 143-146, 2010. View PDF

109.  Schrag, DP. Storage of carbon dioxide in offshore sediments. Science, 325, 1658-1659, 2009. View PDF

108.  Schrag, DP. Coal as a low-carbon fuel? Nature Geoscience, 2, 818-820, 2009. View PDF

107.  Halevy, I and Schrag, DP. Sulfur dioxide inhibits calcium carbonate precipitation: Implications for early Mars and Earth. Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, 2009. View PDF

106.  Halevy, I, Pierrehumbert, RT, and Schrag, DP. Radiative transfer in CO2-rich paleoatmospheres. J. Geophys. Res.–Atmospheres, 114, 2009. View PDF

105.  Guilderson, TP, Fallon, S, Moore, MD, Schrag, DP, and Charles, CD. Seasonally resolved surface water Δ14C variability in the Lombok Strait: A coralline perspective. J. Geophys. Res., 114, 2009. View PDF

104.  Higgins, JA, Fischer, WW, and Schrag, DP. Oxygenation of the ocean and sediments: Consequences for the seafloor carbonate factory. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 284, 25-33, 2009. View PDF

103.  Turchyn, AV, Schrag, DP, Coccioni, R, and Montanari, A. Stable isotope analysis of the Cretaceous sulfur cycle. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 285, 115-123, 2009. View PDF

102.  Schrag, DP. Making Carbon Capture and Storage Work, in Acting in Time on Energy Policy, edited by K Gallagher. Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC, 39-55, 2009. View PDF

101.  Mikucki, JA, Pearson, A, Johnston, DT, Turchyn, AV, Farquhar, J, Schrag, DP, Anbar, AD, Priscu, JC, and Lee, PA. A contemporary microbially maintained subglacial ferrous “ocean.” Science, 324, 397-400. 2009. View PDF

100.  Fischer, WW, Schroeder, S, Lacassie, JP, Beukes, NJ, Goldber, T, Strauss, H, Horstmann, UE, Schrag, DP, and Knoll, AH. Isotopic constraints on the Late Archean carbon cycle from the Transvaal Supergroup along the western margin of the Kaapvall Craton, South Africa. Precambrian Research, 169, 15-27, 2009. View PDF

99.  Macdonald, FA, McClelland, WC, Schrag, DP, and Macdonald, WP. Neoproterozoic glaciations on a carbonate platform margin in Arctic Alaska and the origin of the North Slope subterrane. GSA Bulletin, 121, 448-473, 2009. View PDF

98.  Macdonald, FA, Jones, DS, and Schrag, DP. Stratigraphic and tectonic implications of a newly discovered glacial diamictite-cap carbonate couplet in southwestern Mongolia. Geology, 37, 123-126, 2009. View PDF

97.  House, KZ, Harvey, CF, Aziz, MJ, and Schrag, DP. The energy penalty of post-combustion CO2 capture and storage and its implications for retrofitting the U.S. installed base. Energy Environ. Sci., 2(2), 193-205, 2009. View PDF

96.  Hoffman, PF, Crowley, JW, Johnston, DT, Jones, DS, and Schrag, DP. Snowball prevention questioned. Nature, 456(7224), 2008. View PDF

95.  Anchukaitis, KJ, Evans, MN, Wheelwright, NT, and Schrag, DP. Stable isotope chronology and climate signal calibration in neotropical montane cloud forest trees. J. Geophys. Res., 113, 2008. View PDF

94.  Anchukaitis, KJ, Evans, MN, Lange, T, Smith, DR, Leavitt, SW, and Schrag, DP. Consequences of a rapid cellulose extraction technique for oxygen isotope radiocarbon analyses. Anal. Chem., 80(6), 2035-2041, 2008. View PDF

93.  Schrag, DP. About climate change. Reply. Elements, 3(6), 375, 2007. View PDF

92.  House, KZ, House, CH, Schrag, DP, and Aziz, MJ. Electrochemical acceleration of chemical weathering as an energetically feasible approach to mitigating anthropogenic climate change. Environ. Sci. Technol., 41(24), 8464-8470, 2007. View PDF

91.  Halevy, I, Zuber, MT, and Schrag, DP. A sulfur dioxide climate feedback on early Mars. Science, 318(5858), 1903-1907, 2007. View PDF

90.  Meister, P, Mckenzie, JA, Vaconcelos, C, Bernasconi, S, Frank, M, Gutjahr, M, and Schrag, DP. Dolomite formation in the dynamic deep biosphere: Results from the Peru Margin. Sedimentology, 54(5), 10007-1031, 2007. View PDF

89.  Schrag, DP. Confronting the climate-energy challenge. Elements, 3, 171-178, 2007. View PDF

88.  Hoffman, PF, Halverson, GP, Domack, EW, Husson, JM, Higgins, JA, and Schrag, DP. Are basal Ediacaran (635 Ma) post-glacial “cap dolostones” diachronous? Earth Planet Sci. Lett., 258(1-2), 114-131, 2007. View PDF

87.  Sivan, O, Schrag, DP, and Murray, RW. Rates of methanogenesis and methanotrophy in deep-sea sediments. Geobiology, 5(2), 141-151, 2007. View PDF

86.  Schrag, DP. Preparing to capture carbon. Science, 315, 812-813, 2007. View PDF

85.  Halverson, GP, Maloof, AC, Schrag, DP, Dudás, FÖ, and Hurtgen, M. Stratigraphy and geochemistry of ca 800 Ma negative carbon isotope interval in northeastern Svalbard. Chem. Geol., 237, 23-45, 2007. View PDF

84.  Rickaby, REM, Bard, E, Sonzogni, C, Rostek, F, Beaufort, L, Barker, S, Rees, G, and Schrag, DP. Coccolith chemistry reveals secular variations in the global ocean carbon cycle? Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 253, 83-95, 2007. View PDF

83.  Turchyn, AV, Sivan, O, and Schrag, DP. Oxygen isotopic composition of sulfate in deep sea pore fluid: Evidence for rapid sulfur cycling. Geobiology, 4, 191-201, 2006. View PDF

82.  Maloof, AC, Halverson, GP, Kirschvink, JL, Schrag, DP, Weiss, BP, and Hoffman, PF. Combined paleomagnetic, isotopic, and stratigraphic evidence for true polar wander from the Neoproterozoic Akademikerbreen Group, Svalbard, Norway. GSA Bulletin, 118, 1099-1124, 2006. View PDF

81.  House, KZ, Schrag, DP, Harvey, CF, and Lackner, KS. Permanent carbon dioxide storage in deep-sea sediments. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 103, 12291-12295, 2006. View PDF

80.  Higgins, JA and Schrag, DP. Beyond Methane: Towards a Theory for Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 245, 523-537, 2006. View PDF

79.  Musgrove, M and Schrag, DP. Climate Change at Yucca Mountain: Lessons from Earth History, in Uncertainty Underground: Yucca Mountain and the Nation’s High-Level Nuclear Waste, edited by AM Macfarlane and RC Ewing. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 149-162, 2006. View PDF

78.  Ghosh, P, Adkins, J, Affeck, H, Balta, B, Guo, W, Schauble, EA, Schrag, DP, and Eiler, JM. 13C–18O bonds in carbonate minerals: A new kind of paleothermometer. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 70, 1439-1456, 2006. View PDF

77.  Biddle, JF, Lipp, JS, Lever, MA, Lloyd, KG, Sorensen, KB, Anderson, R, Fredricks, HF, Elvert, M, Kelly, TJ, Schrag, DP, Sogin, ML, Brenchley, JE, Teske, A, House, CH, and Hinricks, K-U. Heterotrophic Archaea dominate sedimentary subsurface ecosystems off Peru. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 103(10), 3846-3851, 2006. View PDF

76.  Turchyn, AV and Schrag, DP. Cenozoic evolution of the sulfur cycle: Insight from oxygen isotopes in marine sulfate. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 241, 769-779, 2006. View PDF

75.  Rickaby, EMR and Schrag, DP. Biogeochemistry of carbonates: Recorders of past oceans and climate. Metal Ions in Biological Systems, 44, 241-268, 2005. View PDF

74.  Maloof, AC, Schrag, DP, Crowley, JL, and Bowring, SA. An expanded record of Early Cambrian carbon cycling from the Anti-Atlas Margin, Morocco. Can. J. Earth Sci., 42, 2195-2216, 2005. View PDF

73.  Li, C, Battisti, DS, Schrag, DP, and Tziperman, E. Abrupt climate shifts in Greenland due to displacements of the sea ice edge. Geophys. Res. Lett., 32(19), 2005. View PDF

72.  Halverson, GP, Hoffman, PF, Schrag, DP, Maloof, AC, and Rice, AHN. Toward a Neoproterozoic composite carbon-isotope record. GSA Bulletin, 117(9-10), 1181-1207, 2005. View PDF

71.  Poussart, PF and Schrag, DP. Seasonally resolved stable isotope chronologies from northern Thailand deciduous trees. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 235(3-4), 752-765, 2005. View PDF

70.  Moore, TS, Murray, RW, Kurtz, AC, and Schrag, DP. Anaerobic methane oxidation and the formation of dolomite. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 229(1-2), 141-154, 2004. View PDF

69.  Poussart, PF, Evans, MN, and Schrag, DP. Resolving seasonality in tropical trees: Multi-decade, high-resolution oxygen and carbon isotope records from Indonesia and Thailand. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 218(3-4), 301-316, 2004. View PDF

68.  Billups, K, Rickaby, REM, and Schrag, DP. Cenozoic pelagic Sr/Ca records: Exploring a link to paleoproductivity. Paleoceanography, 19(3), 2004. View PDF

67.  Rodgers, KB, Aumont, O, Madec, G, Menkes, C, Blanke, B, Monfray, P, Orr, JC, and Schrag, DP. Radiocarbon as a thermocline proxy for the eastern equatorial Pacific. Geophys. Res. Lett., 31(14), 2004. View PDF

66.  Schrag, DP and Alley, RB. Ancient lessons for our future climate. Science, 306, 821-822, 2004. View PDF

65.  Scott, KM, Schwedock, J, Schrag, DP, and Cavanaugh, CM. Influence of Form IA RubisCO and environmental dissolved inorganic carbon on the d13C of the clam-chemoautotroph symbiosis Solemya Velum. Environ. Microbiol., 6(12), 1210-1219, 2004. View PDF

64.  Evans, MN and Schrag, DP. A stable isotope-based approach to tropical dendroclimatology. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 68(16), 3295-3305, 2004. View PDF

63.  Guilderson, T, Schrag, DP, and Cane, MA. Surface water mixing in the Solomon Sea as documented by a high-resolution coral 14C record. J. Climate, 17(5), 1147-1156, 2004. View PDF

62.  Turchyn, AV and Schrag, DP. Oxygen isotope constraints on the sulfur cycle over the past 10 million years. Science, 303, 2004-2007, 2004. View PDF

61.  Linsley, BK, Wellington, GM, Schrag, DP, Ren, L, Salinger, MJ, and Tudhope, AW. Geochemical evidence from corals for changes in the amplitude and spatial pattern of South Pacific interdecadal climate variability over the last 300 years. Clim. Dyn., 22(1), 1-11, 2004. View PDF

60.  Payne, JL, Lehrmann, DJ, Wei, JY, Orchard, MJ, Schrag, DP, and Knoll, AH. Large perturbations of the carbon cycle during recovery from the end-Permian extinction. Science, 305, 506-509, 2004. View PDF

59.  Billups, K and Schrag, DP. Application of foraminiferal Mg/Ca ratios to questions of Cenozoic climate change. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 209(1-2), 181-195, 2003. View PDF

58.  Patt, AG and Schrag, DP. Using specific language to describe risk and probability. Clim. Change, 61(1-2), 17-30, 2003. View PDF

57.  Adkins, JF and Schrag, DP. Reconstructing Last Glacial Maximum bottom water salinities from deep-sea sediment pore fluid profiles. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 216(1-2), 109-123, 2003. View PDF

56.  Higgins, JA and Schrag, DP. Aftermath of a snowball Earth. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 4, 2003. View PDF

55.  Winter, A, Paul, A, Nyberg, J, Oba, T, Lundberg, J, Schrag, DP, and Taggart, B. Orbital control of low-latitude seasonality during the Eemian. Geophys. Res. Lett., 30(4), 2003. View PDF

54.  Ren, L, Linsley, BK, Wellington, GM, Schrag, DP, and Hoegh-Guldberg, O. Deconvolving the δ18O seawater component from subseasonal coral δ18O and Sr/Ca at Rarotonga in the Southwestern Subtropical Pacific for the period 1726-1997. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 67(9), 1609-1621, 2003. View PDF

53.  Cochran, JK, Landman, NH, Turekian, KK, Michard, A, and Schrag, DP. Paleoceanography of the Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Western Interior Seaway of North America: Evidence from Sr and O isotopes. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 191(1), 45-64, 2003. View PDF

52.  Adkins, JF, McIntyre, K, and Schrag, DP. The salinity, temperature, and δ18O of the glacial deep ocean. Science, 298, 1769-1773, 2002. View PDF

51.  Bard, E, Delaygue, G, Rostek, F, Antonioli, F, Silenzi, S, and Schrag, DP. Hydrological conditions over the western Mediterranean basin during the deposition of the cold Sapropel 6 (ca. 175 kyr BP). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 202(2), 481-494, 2002. View PDF

50.  Schrag, DP, Berner, RA, Hoffman, PF, and Halverson, GP. On the initiation of a snowball Earth. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 3, 2002. View PDF

49.  Halverson, GP, Hoffman, PF, Schrag, DP, and Kaufman, AJ. A major perturbation of the carbon cycle before the Ghaub glaciation (Neoproterozoic) in Namibia: Prelude to snowball Earth? Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 3, 2002. View PDF

48.  Schrag, DP and McCarthy, JJ. Biological-physical interactions and global climate change: Some lessons from Earth history, in The Sea, Vol. 12, edited by AR Robinson, JJ McCarthy, and BJ Rothschild. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 605-619, 2002. View PDF

47.  Rickaby, REM and Schrag, DP. Growth rate dependence of Sr incorporation during calcification of Emiliania huxleyi. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 16(1), 2002. View PDF

46.  Hoffman, PF and Schrag, DP. The snowball Earth hypothesis: Testing the limits of global change. Terra Nova, 14(3), 129-155, 2002. View PDF

45.  Kirk-Davidoff, DB, Schrag, DP, and Anderson, JG. On the feedback of stratospheric clouds on polar climate. Geophys. Res. Lett., 10, 1029-1032, 2002. View PDF

44.  Billups, K and Schrag, DP. Paleotemperatures and ice-volume of the past 27 Myr revisited with paired Mg/Ca and 18O/16O measurements on benthic foraminifera. Paleoceanography, 17(1), 2002. View PDF

43.  Milne, GA, Mitrovica, JX, and Schrag, DP. Estimating past continental ice volume from sea-level data. Quat. Sci. Rev., 21(1-3), 361-376, 2002. View PDF

42.  Schrag, DP, Adkins, JF, McIntyre, K, Alexander, JL, Hodell, DA, Charles, CD, and McManus, JF. The oxygen isotopic composition of seawater during the Last Glacial Maximum. Quat. Sci. Rev., 21(1-3), 331-342, 2002. View PDF

41.  Schrag, DP and Linsley, BK. Paleoclimate: Corals, chemistry, and climate. Science, 296, 277-278, 2002.  View PDF

40.  Evans, MN, Cane, MA, Schrag, DP, Kaplan, A, Linsley, BK, Villalba, B, and Wellington, GM. Support for tropically-driven Pacific decadal variability based on paleoproxy evidence. Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(19), 3689-3692, 2001. View PDF

39.  Druffel, ER, Griffin, S, Guilderson, TP, Kashgarian, M, Southon, J, and Schrag, DP. Changes in subtropical North Pacific radiocarbon and their correlation with climate variability. Radiocarbon, 43(1), 15-25, 2001. View PDF

38.  Schrag, DP and Hoffman, PF. Life, geology and snowball Earth. Nature, 409, 306, 2001. View PDF

37.  Stoll, HM and Schrag, DP. Sr/Ca variations in Cretaceous carbonates: Relation to productivity and sea level changes. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol., 168(3-4), 311-336, 2001. View PDF

36.  Adkins, JF and Schrag, DP. Pore fluid constraints on deep ocean temperature and salinity during the Last Glacial Maximum. Geophys. Res. Lett., 28(5), 771-774, 2001. View PDF

35.  Hoffman, PF and Schrag, DP. Doomed to a deep freeze? Reply. Sci. Amer., 282(5), 14, 2000. View PDF

34.  Linsley, BK, Wellington, GM, and Schrag, DP. Decadal sea surface temperature variability in the sub-tropical South Pacific from 1726 to 1997 A.D. Science, 290, 1145-1148, 2000. View PDF

33.  O’Brien, DM, Schrag, DP, and Martinez Del-Rio, C. Allocation to reproduction in a hawkmoth: A quantitative analysis using stable carbon isotopes. Ecology, 81(10), 2822-2831, 2000. View PDF

32.  Guilderson, TP, Schrag, DP, Goddard, EA, Kashgarian, M, Wellington, GM, and Linsley, BK. Southwest subtropical Pacific surface water radiocarbon in a high-resolution coral record. Radiocarbon, 42(2), 249-256, 2000. View PDF

31.  Rodgers, KB, Schrag, DP, Cane, MA, and Naik, NH. The bomb 14C transient in the Pacific Ocean. JGR-Oceans, 105, 8489-8512, 2000. View PDF

30.  Stoll, HM and Schrag, DP. Coccolith Sr/Ca as a new indicator of coccolithophorid calcification and growth rate. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 1, 2000. View PDF

29.  Eshel, G, Schrag, DP, and Farrell, BF. Troposphere-planetary boundary layer interactions and the evolution of surface density: Lessons from Red Sea corals. J. Climate, 13(2), 339-351, 2000. View PDF

28.  Schrag, DP. Of ice and elephants. Nature, 404, 23-24, 2000. View PDF

27.  Gagan, MK, Ayliffe, LK, Beck, JW, Cole, JE, Druffel, ERM, Dunbar, RB, and Schrag, DP. New views of tropical paleoclimates from corals. Quat. Sci. Rev., 19(1-5), 45-64, 2000. View PDF

26.  Stoll, HM and Schrag, DP. High resolution stable isotope records from the Upper Cretaceous of Italy and Spain: Glacial episodes in a greenhouse planet? GSA Bulletin, 112(2), 308-319, 2000. View PDF

25.  Billups, K and Schrag, DP. Surface ocean density gradients during the Last Glacial Maximum. Paleoceanography, 15(1), 110-123, 2000. View PDF

24.  Hoffman, PF and Schrag, DP. Snowball Earth. Sci. Amer., 282(1), 68-75, 2000. View PDF

23.  Hoffman, PF and Schrag, DP. Response to comment by N Christie-Blick, LE Sohl, and MJ Kennedy. Science, 284, 1087, 1999. View PDF

22.  Hughen, KA, Schrag, DP, Jacobsen, SB, and Hantoro, W. El Niño during the last Interglacial recorded by fossil corals from Indonesia. Geophys. Res. Lett., 26(20), 3129-3132, 1999. View PDF

21.  Stoll, HM, Schrag, DP, and Clemens, S. Are seawater Sr/Ca variations preserved in Quaternary foraminifera? Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 63(21), 3535-3547, 1999. View PDF

20.  Schrag, DP. Effects of diagenesis on isotopic record of late Paleogene equatorial sea surface temperatures. Chem. Geol., 161(1-3), 215-224, 1999. View PDF

19.  Rodgers, KB, Cane, MA, Naik, NH, and Schrag, DP. The role of the Indonesian Throughflow in equatorial Pacific thermocline ventilation. JGR-Oceans, 104, 20551-20570, 1999. View PDF

18.  Guilderson, TP and Schrag, DP. Reliability of coral isotope records from the western Pacific warm pool: A comparison using age-optimized records. Paleoceanography, 14(4), 457-464, 1999. View PDF

17.  Schrag, DP. Rapid determination of high-precision Sr/Ca ratios in corals and other marine carbonates. Paleoceanography, 14(2), 97-102, 1999. View PDF

16.  O’Brien, DM, Schrag, DP, and Martinez Del Rio, C. Measuring allocation of nectar nutrients to reproduction in a hawkmoth: A novel method using stable carbon isotopes. Amer. Zool., 38(5), 172A, 1998. View PDF

15.  Hoffman, PF, Schrag, DP, Halverson, GP, and Kaufman, JA. An early snowball Earth? Response. Science, 282(5394), 1645-1646, 1998. View PDF

14.  Guilderson, TP, Schrag, DP, Kashgarian, M, and Southon, J. Radiocarbon variability in the western equatorial Pacific inferred from a high-resolution coral record from Nauru Island. JGR-Oceans, 103, 24641-24650, 1998. View PDF

13.  Hoffman, PF, Kaufman, AJ, Galverson, GP, and Schrag, DP. A Neoproterozoic snowball Earth. Science, 281, 1342-1346, 1998. View PDF

12.  Guilderson, TP and Schrag, DP. Abrupt shift in subsurface temperatures in the Eastern Tropical Pacific associated with recent changes in El Niño. Science, 281, 240-243, 1998. View PDF

11.  Stoll, HM and Schrag, DP. Effect of quaternary sea level cycles on the Sr concentration of seawater. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 62(7), 1107-1118, 1998. View PDF

10.  Gieskes, JM, Schrag, DP, Chan, L-H, Zhang, L, and Murray, J. Geochemistry of interstitial waters, in Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 152, 293-305, edited by AD Saunders, HC Larsen, and SW Wise, Jr. Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, 1998. View PDF

9.  Schrag, DP, Hampt, G, and Murray, DW. Oxygen isotopic composition of interstitial waters from Leg 154: Determination of the temperature and isotopic composition of the glacial ocean, in Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 154, 201-206, edited by NJ Shackleton, WB Curry, C Richter, and TJ Bralower. Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, 1997. View PDF

8.  Rodgers, KB, Cane, MA, and Schrag, DP. Seasonal variability of sea surface Δ14C in the equatorial Pacific in an ocean circulation model. JGR-Oceans, 102, 18627-18639, 1997. View PDF

7.  Moore, MD, Schrag, DP, and Kashgarian, M. Radiocarbon constraints on the source Indonesian seaway from coral AMS measurements. JGR-Oceans, 102, 12359-12365, 1997. View PDF

6.  Schrag, DP, Hampt, G, and Murray, DW. Pore fluid constraints on the temperature and oxygen isotopic composition of the glacial ocean. Science, 272, 1930-1932, 1996. View PDF

5.  Stoll, HM and Schrag, DP. Glacial control of rapid sea level changes in the Early Cretaceous. Science, 272, 1771-1774, 1996. View PDF

4.  Schrag, DP, DePaolo, DJ, and Richter, FM. Reconstructing past sea surface temperatures: Correcting for diagenesis of bulk marine carbonate. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 59(11), 2265-2278, 1995. View PDF

3.  Schrag, DP and DePaolo, DJ. Determination of δ18O of seawater in the deep ocean during the last glacial maximum. Paleoceanography, 8(1), 1-6, 1993. View PDF 

2.  Schrag, DP, DePaolo, DJ, and Richter, FM. Oxygen isotope exchange in a two-layer model of oceanic crust. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 111(2-4), 305-317, 1992. View PDF

1.  Hoffman, DL, Krupp, L, Schrag, DP, Nilaver, G, Valiquette, G, Kilcoyne, MM, and Zimmerman, EA. Angiotensin immunoreactivity in vasopressin cells in rat hypothalamus and its relative deficiency in homozygous Brattleboro rat. Ann. New York Acad. Sci., 394, 135-141, 1982. View PDF