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Dr J Jotautas Baronas

Dr J Jotautas Baronas

Research Associate

Low-temperature biogeochemistry

N304
Office Phone: +44 (0) 1223 333455

Biography:

PhD in Earth Sciences -- University of Southern California, USA (2017).

MS in Earth Sciences -- University of Southern California, USA (2014).

BS in Chemistry -- Jacobs University Bremen, Germany (2011).

Born in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Research Interests

Long-term and short-term feedback between carbon cycle and climate.

Rock-water interaction and other critical zone processes.
Marine paleorecords and sediment diagenesis.
Use of (non-traditional) stable isotope proxies to trace biogeochemical processes.

Keywords

Geochemistry ; Stable isotopes

Key Publications

Baronas, J.J., D.E. Hammond, J. McManus, C. Siebert, G. Wheat. (2017) A global Ge isotope budget. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. [DOI] 

Baronas, J.J., M. Torres, K. Clark, A. J. West. (2017) Mixing as a driver of temporal variations in river hydrochemistry. 2. Major and trace element concentration dynamics in the Andes-Amazon. Water Resources Research. [DOI] 

M. Torres, J. J. Baronas, K. Clark, S. Feakins, A. J. West. (2017) Mixing as a driver of temporal variations in river hydrochemistry. 1. Insights from conservative tracers in the Andes-Amazon. Water Resources Research. [DOI] 

Baronas, J.J., D.E. Hammond, W.M. Berelson, J. McManus, S. Severmann. (2016) Germanium-silicon fractionation in a river-influenced continental margin: The Northern Gulf of Mexico. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. [DOI]

Haskell, W.Z.II, M.G. Prokopenko, D.E. Hammond, R.H.R. Stanley, W.M. Berelson, J. J. Baronas, J.C. Fleming, L. Aluwihare. (2016) An organic carbon budget for coastal Southern California determined by estimates of upwelled nutrients, net production, and export. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers. [DOI] 

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