HE Shaoneng River
Dr. Shaoneng He graduated with a Ph.D. in stable isotope geochemistry from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. Dr. He worked for several years with ZymaX Forensics in California and Sports Medicine Research & Testing Laboratory in Salt Lake City. Before joining EOS as a senior research fellow, he was working with stable isotope with UC Davis Stable Isotope Facility, focusing on compound specific isotope analysis and its applications.
Stable isotopes of clay minerals from autoclave tests of oil sands: Implications for clay formation during steaming of Alberta Clearwater oil sands. Applied Geochemistry. 104, 202-209. (2019).
Stable Isotopes of Precipitation During Tropical Sumatra Squalls in Singapore. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123(7), 3812-3829. (2018).
Continuous real-time analysis of the isotopic composition of precipitation during tropical rain events: Insights into tropical convection. Hydrological Processes. 32(11), 1531-1545. (2018).
Compound-specific delta C-13 and delta N-15 analysis of amino acids: a rapid, chloroformate-based method for ecological studies. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 28(1), 96-108. (2015).