Yannick Donnadieu
Yannick Donnadieu
Directeur de Recherche, CNRS
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A ‘snowball Earth’climate triggered by continental break-up through changes in runoff
Y Donnadieu, Y Goddéris, G Ramstein, A Nédélec, J Meert
Nature 428 (6980), 303-306, 2004
2812004
Asian monsoons in a late Eocene greenhouse world
A Licht, M Van Cappelle, HA Abels, JB Ladant, J Trabucho-Alexandre, ...
Nature 513 (7519), 501-506, 2014
2442014
The tectonic history of Drake Passage and its possible impacts on global climate
Y Lagabrielle, Y Goddéris, Y Donnadieu, J Malavieille, M Suarez
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 279 (3-4), 197-211, 2009
1742009
Snowball Earth climate dynamics and Cryogenian geology-geobiology
PF Hoffman, DS Abbot, Y Ashkenazy, DI Benn, JJ Brocks, PA Cohen, ...
Science Advances 3 (11), e1600983, 2017
1672017
The Sturtian ‘snowball’glaciation: fire and ice
Y Goddéris, Y Donnadieu, A Nédélec, B Dupré, C Dessert, A Grard, ...
Earth and planetary science letters 211 (1-2), 1-12, 2003
1592003
High sensitivity of the continental-weathering carbon dioxide sink to future climate change
E Beaulieu, Y Goddéris, Y Donnadieu, D Labat, C Roelandt
Nature Climate Change 2 (5), 346-349, 2012
1502012
Nutrients as the dominant control on the spread of anoxia and euxinia across the Cenomanian‐Turonian oceanic anoxic event (OAE2): Model‐data comparison
FM Monteiro, RD Pancost, A Ridgwell, Y Donnadieu
Paleoceanography 27 (4), 2012
1322012
Modelling the primary control of paleogeography on Cretaceous climate
Y Donnadieu, R Pierrehumbert, R Jacob, F Fluteau
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 248 (1-2), 426-437, 2006
1172006
Is there a conflict between the Neoproterozoic glacial deposits and the snowball Earth interpretation: an improved understanding with numerical modeling
Y Donnadieu, F Fluteau, G Ramstein, C Ritz, J Besse
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 208 (1-2), 101-112, 2003
1002003
Fish tooth δ18O revising Late Cretaceous meridional upper ocean water temperature gradients
E Pucéat, C Lécuyer, Y Donnadieu, P Naveau, H Cappetta, G Ramstein, ...
Geology 35 (2), 107-110, 2007
922007
A GEOCLIM simulation of climatic and biogeochemical consequences of Pangea breakup
Y Donnadieu, Y Goddéris, R Pierrehumbert, G Dromart, F Fluteau, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 7 (11), 2006
912006
Modeling the early Paleozoic long-term climatic trend
E Nardin, Y Goddéris, Y Donnadieu, GL Hir, RC Blakey, E Pucéat, M Aretz
Bulletin 123 (5-6), 1181-1192, 2011
902011
The snowball Earth aftermath: Exploring the limits of continental weathering processes
G Le Hir, Y Donnadieu, Y Goddéris, RT Pierrehumbert, GP Halverson, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 277 (3-4), 453-463, 2009
892009
Modeling evidences for global warming, Arctic seawater freshening, and sluggish oceanic circulation during the Early Toarcian anoxic event
G Dera, Y Donnadieu
Paleoceanography 27 (2), 2012
862012
The role of palaeogeography in the Phanerozoic history of atmospheric CO2 and climate
Y Goddéris, Y Donnadieu, G Le Hir, V Lefebvre, E Nardin
Earth-Science Reviews 128, 122-138, 2014
792014
Error analysis of CO2 and O2 estimates from the long-term geochemical model GEOCARBSULF
DL Royer, Y Donnadieu, J Park, J Kowalczyk, Y Godderis
American Journal of Science 314 (9), 1259-1283, 2014
762014
Consequences of shoaling of the Central American Seaway determined from modeling Nd isotopes
P Sepulchre, T Arsouze, Y Donnadieu, JC Dutay, C Jaramillo, J Le Bras, ...
Paleoceanography 29 (3), 176-189, 2014
752014
Scenario for the evolution of atmospheric pCO2 during a snowball Earth
G Le Hir, G Ramstein, Y Donnadieu, Y Goddéris
Geology 36 (1), 47-50, 2008
752008
A mechanism for brief glacial episodes in the Mesozoic greenhouse
Y Donnadieu, G Dromart, Y Goddéris, E Pucéat, B Brigaud, G Dera, ...
Paleoceanography 26 (3), 2011
612011
A better-ventilated ocean triggered by Late Cretaceous changes in continental configuration
Y Donnadieu, E Pucéat, M Moiroud, F Guillocheau, JF Deconinck
Nature Communications 7, 2016
582016
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