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19. Qiao, W., Lang, X., Peng, Y., Jiang, K., Chen, W., Huang, K., *Shen, B., 2016. Sulfur and oxygen isotopes of sulfate extracted from Early Cambrian phosphorite nodules: Implications for marine redox evolution in the Yangtze Platform. Journal of Earth Science, 27(2): 170-179.
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* Outstanding PhD Student Award, 2008, College of Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institutes and State University

* Commendation Award for Outstanding Dissertation, 2008, Graduate School, Virginia Polytechnic Institutes and State University




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