1.Wang D., Zhu M.-X.*, Yang G.-P., Ma W.-W., Reactive iron and iron-bound organic carbon in surface sediments of the river-dominated Bohai Sea (China) versus the southern Yellow Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2019, 124: 79-98.
2.Ma W.-W., Zhu M.-X.*, Yang G.-P., Li W.-J., Meng T., Li T., Diagenesis of sulfur, iron and phosphorus in sediments of an urban bay impacted by multiple anthropogenic perturbations. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2019, 146: 366-376.
3.Qin S.-S., Zhu M.-X.*, Yang G.-P., Wang D., Atypical diagenesis of sulfur and iron in sediments of the river-dominated Bohai Sea (China). Journal of Marine Systems, 2019, 189: 116-126.
4.Meng T., Zhu M.-X.*, Ma W.-W., Gan Z.-X., Sulfur, iron, and phosphorus geochemistry in an intertidal mudflat impacted by shellfish aquaculture, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2019, 26: 6460-6471.
5.Ma W-.W., Zhu M.-X.*, Yang G.-P., Li T., Iron geochemistry and organic carbon preservation by iron (oxyhydr)oxides in surface sediments of the East China Sea and the south Yellow Sea. Journal of Marine Systems, 2018, 178: 62-74.
6.Ma W.-W., Zhu M.-X.*, Yang G.-P., Li T.. In situ, high-resolution DGT measurements of dissolved sulfide, iron and phosphorus in sediments of the East China Sea: Insights into phosphorus mobilization and microbial iron reduction. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2017, 124: 400-410.
7.Wu X., Li P.-F., Liu C.-Y.*, Zhang H.-H., Yang G.-P., Zhang S.-H., Zhu M.-X.*. Biogeochemistry of dimethylsulfide, dimethylsulfoniopropionate, and acrylic acid in the Changjiang Estuary and the East China Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 2017, 122: 10245-10261.
8.Tao J.,Ma W.-W., Zhu M.-X.*, Li T., Yang R.-J., Characterization of iron diagenesis in marine sediments using refined iron speciation and quantized iron(III)-oxide reactivity: A case study in Jiaozhou Bay, China. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2017, 36(7): 48-55.
9.Zhu M.-X., ChenK.-K., YangG.-P., FanD.-J., Li T., Sulfur and iron diagenesis in temperate unsteady sediments of the East China Sea inner shelf and a comparison with tropical mobile mud belts (MMBs). Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2016, 121: 2811-2828.
10.Zhu M.-X., Chen L.-J., Yang G.-P., Huang X.-L., Zhao Y.-D., Composition of organic sulfur in riverine and marine sediments: Insights from sulfur stable isotopes and XANES spectroscopy. Organic Geochemistry, 2016, 99: 102-112.
11.Zhu M.-X., Huang X.-L., Yang G.-P., Chen L.-J., Iron geochemistry in surface sediments of a temperate semi-enclosed bay, North China. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2015, 165: 25-35.
12.Zhu M.-X., Chen L.-J., Yang G.-P., Huang X.-L., Ma C.-Y. Humic sulfur in eutrophic bay sediments: characterization by sulfur stable isotopes and K-edge XANES spectroscopy. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2014, 138: 121-129.
13.Zhu M.-X., Chen L.-J., Yang G.-P., Fan C.-Q., Li T. Kinetic characterization on reductive reactivity of iron (III) oxides surface sediments of the East China Sea and the influence of repeated redox cycles: Implications for microbial iron reduction. Applied Geochemistry, 2014, 42: 16-26..
14.Liu J., Zhu M.-X.*, Yang G.-P., Shi X.-N., Yang R.-J. Quick sulfide buffering in inner shelf sediments of the East China Sea impacted by eutrophication. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2014, 71: 465-473.
15.Chen L.-J., Zhu M.-X.*, Yang G.-P., Huang X.-L. Reductive reactivity of iron(III) oxides in the East China Sea sediments: characterization by selective extraction and kinetic dissolution. PLOS ONE, 2013, 8(11): e80367. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0080367.
16.Zhu M.-X., Huang X.-L., Hao X.-C., Yang G.-P. Speciation and stable isotopic compositions of humic sulfur in mud sediment of the East China Sea: Constraints on origins and pathways of organic sulfur formation. Organic Geochemistry, 2013, 63: 64-73.
17.Zhu M.-X., Shi X.-N., Yang G.-P., Hao X.-C. Formation and burial of pyrite and organic sulfur in mud sediments of the East China Sea inner shelf: Constraints from solid-phase sulfur speciation and stable sulfur isotope. Continental Shelf Research, 2013, 54: 24-36.
18.Zhu M.-X., Liu J., Yang G.-P., Li T., Yang R.-J. Reactive iron and its buffering capacity towards dissolved sulfide in sediments of Jiaozhou Bay, China. Marine Environmental Research, 2012, 80: 46-55.
19.Zhu M.-X., Hao X.-C., Shi X.-N., Yang G.-P., Li T. Speciation and spatial distribution of solid-phase iron in surface sediments of the East China Sea continental shelf. Applied Geochemistry, 2012, 27: 892-905.
20.Reese B. K, Finneran D. W, Mills H. J., Zhu M.-X., Morse J W., Examination and refinement of the determination of aqueous hydrogen sulfide by the methylene blue method. Aquatic Geochemistry, 2011, 17: 567-582.
21.Zhu M.-X., Wang Z., Xu S.-H., Li T., Decolorization of methylene blue by d-MnO2 coated-montmorillonite complexes: Emphasizing redox reactivity of Mn-oxide coatings. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2010, 181: 57-64.
22.Zhu M.-X., Ding K.-Y., Xu S.-H., Jiang X., Adsorption of phosphate on hydroxyaluminum- and hydroxyiron-montmorillonites complexes. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2009, 165(1-3) 645-651.
23.Zhu M.-X., Wang Z. Zhou L.-Y., Oxidative decolorization of methylene blue using pelagite. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2008, 150(1): 37-45.
24.Zhu M.-X., Lee L., Wang H.-H., Wang Z., Removal of an anionic dye by adsorption/precipitation processes using alkaline white mud. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2007, 149(3), 735-741.
25.Zhu M.-X., Ding K.-Y., Jiang X., Wang H.-H., Investigation on co-sorption and desorption of fluoride and phosphate in a red soil of china. Air, Water, and Soil Pollution, 2007, 183: 455-465.
26.Zhu M.-X., Xie M., Jiang X., Interaction of fluoride with hydroxyaluminum-montmorillonite complexes and implications for fluoride-contaminated acidic soils. Applied Geochemistry, 2006, 21(4): 675-683.
27.Zhu M.-X., Li Y.-P., Xie M., Xin H.-Z., Sorption of an anionic dye by uncalcined and calcined layered double hydroxides: A case study. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2005, 120: 163-171.
28.Zhu M.-X., Jiang X., Ji G.-L., Investigation of time-dependent reactions of H+ ions with variable and constant charge soils: a comparative study. Applied Geochemistry, 2005, 20(1): 169-178.
29.Zhu M.-X., Jiang X., Ji G.-L., Interactions between variable charge soils and acidic solutions containing fluoride: an investigation by using repetitive extractions. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2004, 276(1): 159-166.
30.Zhu M.-X., Jiang X., Ji G.-L., Experimental investigation on aluminum release from Haplic Acrisols in southeastern China. Applied Geochemistry, 2004, 19(6): 981-990.
31.Zhu M.-X., Xie H.-S, Guo J., Impedance spectroscopy analysis on electrical properties of serpentine at high pressure and high temperature. Science in China (Series D), 2001, 44(2): 336-345.
32.Zhu M.-X., Xie H.-S, Zhao Z.-D., Electrical conductivity experimental studies on Dabie ultrahigh-pressure eclogites at high pressures and high temperatures. Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 2001, 44(1): 90-101.
33.Zhu M.-X., Xie H.-S., Guo J., Experimental studies on electrical conductivity of talc at high temperature and high pressure. Chinese Journal of Geophysics, 2001, 44(2): 427-434.
34.Zhu M.-X., Xie H.-S., Guo J., Electrical conductivity measurement of serpentine at high temperature and pressure. Chinese Science Bulletin, 1999, 44(20): 1903-1907.