Guijie Zhang, Xiaolin Zhang, Dongping Hu, Dandan Li, Thomas J. Algeo, James Farquhar, Charles M Henderson, Liping Qin, Megan Shen, Danielle Shen, Shane Schoepfer, Kefan Chen, Yanan Shen. 2016. Redox chemistry changes in the Panthalassic Ocean linked to the end-Permian mass extinction and delayed Early Triassic biotic recovery. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In Press.

Hanlie Hong, Qian Fang, Lulu Zhao, Shane Schoepfer, Chaowen Wang, Nina Gong, Zhaohui Li, Zhong-Qiang Chen. 2016. Weathering and alteration of volcanic ashes in various depositional settings during the Permian-Triassic transition in South China: Mineralogical, elemental, and isotopic approaches. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. In Press. (PDF)

Shane D. Schoepfer, Thomas J. Algeo, Peter D. Ward, Kenneth H. Williford, James W. Haggart. 2016. Testing the limits in a greenhouse ocean: Did low nitrogen availability limit marine productivity during the end-Triassic mass extinction? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume 451, Pages 138-148. (PDF)

Lei Xiang, Shane D. Schoepfer, Hua Zhang, Dong-xun Yuan, Chang-qun Cao, Quan-feng Zheng, Charles M. Henderson, Shu-zhong Shen. 2015. Oceanic redox evolution across the end-Permian mass extinction at Shangsi, South China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Volume 448, Pages 59-71. (PDF)

Eva E. Stüeken, Julien Foriel, Roger Buick, Shane D. Schoepfer. 2015. Selenium isotope ratios, redox changes and biological productivity across the end-Permian mass extinction. Chemical Geology, Volume 410, Pages 28-39. (PDF)

Alex H. Kasprak, Julio Sepúlveda, Rosalyn Price-Waldman, Kenneth H. Williford, Shane D. Schoepfer, James W. Haggart, Peter D. Ward, Roger E. Summons, Jessica H. Whiteside. 2015. Episodic photic zone euxinia in the northeastern Panthalassic Ocean during the end-Triassic extinction. Geology, Volume 43, Pages 307-310. (LINK)

Shane D. Schoepfer, Jun Shen, Hengye Wei, Richard V. Tyson, Ellery Ingall, Thomas J. Algeo. 2015. Total organic carbon, organic phosphorus, and biogenic barium fluxes as proxies for paleomarine productivity. Earth Science Reviews, Volume 49, Pages 23-52. (PDF)

Hengye Wei, Jun Shen, Shane D. Schoepfer, Leo Krystyn, Sylvain Richoz, and Thomas J. Algeo, 2015. Environmental controls on marine ecosystem recovery following mass extinctions, with an example from the Early Triassic. Earth Science Reviews, Volume 49, Pages 108-135. (PDF)

Jun Shen, Shane D. Schoepfer, Qinglai Feng, Lian Zhou, Jianxin Yu, Huyue Song, Hengye Wei, and Thomas J. Algeo. 2015. Marine productivity changes during the Permian-Triassic boundary crisis and Early Triassic recovery. Earth Science Reviews, Volume 49, Pages 136-162. (PDF)

Gregory J. Barord, Fredrick Dooley, Andrew Dunstan, Anthony Ilano, Karen N. Keister, Heike Neumeister, Thomas Preuss, Shane Schoepfer, Peter D. Ward. 2014. Comparative Population Assessments of Nautilus sp. in the Philippines, Australia, Fiji, and American Samoa Using Baited Remote Underwater Video Systems. PLoS ONE 9(6): e100799. (LINK)

Shane D. Schoepfer, Charles M. Henderson, Geoffrey H. Garrison, Julien Foriel, Peter D. Ward, David Selby, James C. Hower, Thomas J. Algeo, Yanan Shen. 2013. Termination of a continent-margin upwelling system at the Permian–Triassic boundary (Opal Creek, Alberta, Canada). Global and Planetary Change, Volume 105, Pages 21-35. (PDF)

Shane D. Schoepfer, Charles M. Henderson, Geoffrey H. Garrison, Peter D. Ward. 2012. Cessation of a productive coastal upwelling system in the Panthalassic Ocean at the Permian–Triassic Boundary. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Volumes 313–314, Pages 181-188. (PDF)

Andres Aslan, Karl Karlstrom, William C. Hood, Rex D. Cole, Thomas W. Oesleby, Charles Betton, M. Magdalena Sandoval, Andy Darling, Sam Kelley, Adam Hudson, Bryan Kaproth, Shane Schoepfer, Mary Benage, Rachel Landman. 2008. River incision histories of the Black Canyon of The Gunnison and Unaweep Canyon: Interplay between late Cenozoic tectonism, climate change, and drainage integration in the western Rocky Mountains, in Raynolds, R.G., ed., Roaming the Rocky Mountains and Environs: Geological Field Trips: Geological Society of America Field Guide 10, Pages 175–202. (PDF)

Conference Abstracts:

Porcupine Creek – a Permian-Triassic Boundary Section from the Enigmatic Cache Creek Terrane, British Columbia – Oral Presentation: Geological Society of America 2016 Annual Meeting – Denver

Open Ocean Nitrogen Limitation Preceded the End-Triassic Mass Extinction: Evidence from Haida Gwaii, British Columbia – Oral Presentation: Geological Society of America 2015 Annual Meeting – Baltimore

Marine Environmental Responses to Volcanism in the latest Changhsingian: Evidence from Penglaitan, Guangxi – Oral Presentation: Geological Society of America 2014 Annual Meeting – Vancouver

Nitrogen Limitation and Productivity in the Permian-Triassic Greenhouse Ocean – Poster Presentation: American Geophysical Union 2014 Fall Meeting – San Francisco

Gradients in Nutrient Distribution and Productivity in Northeast Panthalassa across the PTB – Oral Presentation: Geological Society of America 2012 Annual Meeting – Charlotte

Increasing Nitrogen Limitation at the P/Tr Boundary: A Pan-Oceanic Phenomenon? – Oral Presentation: Geological Society of America 2011 Annual Meeting – Minneapolis

Extreme Nitrogen Limitation Corresponds with Marine Extinctions During the Triassic-Jurassic Transition – Oral Presentation: Geological Society of America 2011 Annual Meeting – Minneapolis

Termination of a Productive Upwelling System in Eastern Panthalassa at the P/T Boundary: Evidence from Opal Creek, AB – Oral Presentation: Geological Society of America 2010 Annual Meeting – Denver 

Examination of Gunnison River influences on Cactus Park Lake Beds using Heavy Mineral and Geochemical Analyses – Poster Presentation: American Geophysical Union 2008 Fall Meeting – San Francisco

Quaternary Abandonment and Sedimentary Fill History of Cactus Park and Unaweep Canyon, Uncompahgre Plateau, Colorado – Poster Presentation: Geological Society of America 2007 Annual Meeting – Philadelphia