Mathis P. Hain
Mathis P. Hain
UC Santa Cruz, Earth & Planetary Sciences
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The polar ocean and glacial cycles in atmospheric CO2 concentration
DM Sigman, MP Hain, GH Haug
Nature 466 (7302), 47-55, 2010
6752010
The dual isotopes of deep nitrate as a constraint on the cycle and budget of oceanic fixed nitrogen
DM Sigman, PJ DiFiore, MP Hain, C Deutsch, Y Wang, DM Karl, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 56 (9), 1419-1439, 2009
1612009
The Biological Productivity of the Ocean
DM Sigman, MP Hain
Nature Education Knowledge 3 (6), 4, 2012
1592012
Carbon dioxide effects of Antarctic stratification, North Atlantic Intermediate Water formation, and subantarctic nutrient drawdown during the last ice age: Diagnosis and …
MP Hain, DM Sigman, GH Haug
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 24 (4), 2010
1332010
The Biological Pump in the Past
MP Hain, DM Sigman, GH Haug
Treatise on Geochemistry, 2nd ed. 8, 485-517, 2014
132*2014
Neogene to Quaternary broken foreland formation and sedimentation dynamics in the Andes of NW Argentina (25 S)
MP Hain, MR Strecker, B Bookhagen, RN Alonso, H Pingel, AK Schmitt
Tectonics 30 (2), 2011
1212011
Does the topographic distribution of the central Andean Puna Plateau result from climatic or geodynamic processes?
MR Strecker, R Alonso, B Bookhagen, B Carrapa, I Coutand, MP Hain, ...
Geology 37 (7), 643-646, 2009
1122009
Causes of ice age intensification across the Mid-Pleistocene Transition
TB Chalk, MP Hain, GL Foster, EJ Rohling, PF Sexton, MPS Badger, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (50), 13114-13119, 2017
1022017
Sinking organic matter spreads the nitrogen isotope signal of pelagic denitrification in the North Pacific
DM Sigman, PJ DiFiore, MP Hain, C Deutsch, DM Karl
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (8), 2009
722009
Constraining the evolution of Neogene ocean carbonate chemistry using the boron isotope pH proxy
SM Sosdian, R Greenop, MP Hain, GL Foster, PN Pearson, CH Lear
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 498, 362-376, 2018
712018
Changes in North Atlantic nitrogen fixation controlled by ocean circulation
M Straub, DM Sigman, H Ren, A Martínez-García, AN Meckler, MP Hain, ...
Nature 501 (7466), 200-203, 2013
622013
The impact of atmospheric pCO2 on carbon isotope ratios of the atmosphere and ocean
ED Galbraith, EY Kwon, D Bianchi, MP Hain, JL Sarmiento
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 29 (3), 307-324, 2015
592015
Distinct roles of the Southern Ocean and North Atlantic in the deglacial atmospheric radiocarbon decline
MP Hain, DM Sigman, GH Haug
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 394, 198-208, 2014
592014
The effects of secular calcium and magnesium concentration changes on the thermodynamics of seawater acid/base chemistry: Implications for Eocene and Cretaceous ocean carbon …
MP Hain, DM Sigman, JA Higgins, GH Haug
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 29 (5), 517-533, 2015
532015
Shortcomings of the isolated abyssal reservoir model for deglacial radiocarbon changes in the mid‐depth Indo‐Pacific Ocean
MP Hain, DM Sigman, GH Haug
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (4), 2011
512011
North Atlantic ventilation of “southern‐sourced” deep water in the glacial ocean
EY Kwon, MP Hain, DM Sigman, ED Galbraith, JL Sarmiento, ...
Paleoceanography 27 (2), 2012
452012
A record of Neogene seawater δ11B reconstructed from paired δ11B analyses on benthic and planktic foraminifera
R Greenop, MP Hain, S Sosdian, KIC Oliver, P Goodwin, TB Chalk, ...
Climate of the Past 13, 149-170, 2017
332017
Analysis of global surface ocean alkalinity to determine controlling processes
CH Fry, T Tyrrell, MP Hain, NR Bates, EP Achterberg
Marine Chemistry 174, 46-57, 2015
292015
The silicon cycle impacted by past ice sheets
JR Hawkings, JE Hatton, KR Hendry, GF De Souza, JL Wadham, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
242018
On the origin of the marine zinc–silicon correlation
GF de Souza, SP Khatiwala, MP Hain, SH Little, D Vance
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 492, 22-34, 2018
242018
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