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2021

Tu, Luyao; Gilli, Adrian; Lotter, André F.; Vogel, Hendrik; Moyle, Madeleine; Boyle, John F.; Grosjean, Martin (2021). The nexus among long-term changes in lake primary productivity, deep-water anoxia, and internal phosphorus loading, explored through analysis of a 15,000-year varved sediment record. Global and planetary change, 207, p. 103643. Elsevier Science 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2021.103643

Makri, Stamatina; Lami, Andrea; Tu, Luyao; Tylmann, Wojciech; Vogel, Hendrik; Grosjean, Martin (2021). Holocene phototrophic community and anoxia dynamics in meromictic Lake Jaczno (NE Poland) using high-resolution hyperspectral imaging and HPLC data. Biogeosciences, 18(5), pp. 1839-1856. Copernicus Publications 10.5194/bg-18-1839-2021

2020

Yang, Zhongkang; Yuan, Yuan Linxi; Xie, Zhouqing; Wang, Jun; Li, Zhaolei; Tu, Luyao; Sun, Liguang (2020). Historical records and contamination assessment of potential toxic elements (PTEs) over the past 100 years in Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard. Environmental pollution, 266, p. 115205. Elsevier Science 10.1016/j.envpol.2020.115205

Tu, Luyao; Zander, Paul; Szidat, Sönke; Ronald, Lloren; Grosjean, Martin (2020). The influences of historic lake trophy and mixing regime changes on long-term phosphorus fraction retention in sediments of deep eutrophic lakes: a case study from Lake Burgäschi, Switzerland. Biogeosciences, 17(10), pp. 2715-2729. Copernicus Publications 10.5194/bg-17-2715-2020

2019

Tu, Luyao; Jarosch, Klaus; Schneider, Tobias; Grosjean, Martin (2019). Phosphorus fractions in sediments and their relevance for historical lake eutrophication in the Ponte Tresa basin (Lake Lugano, Switzerland) since 1959. Science of the total environment, 685, pp. 806-817. Elsevier 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.06.243

2018

Jiang, Shiwei; Luo, Wuhong; Tu, Luyao; Yu, Yanyan; Fang, Fang; Liu, Xiaoyan; Zhan, Tao; Fang, Lidong; Zhang, Xiaolin; Zhou, Xin (2018). The Holocene optimum (HO) and the response of human activity: A case study of the Huai River Basin in eastern China. Quaternary international, 493, pp. 31-38. Elsevier 10.1016/j.quaint.2018.08.011

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