1. Bajnai, D. and Herwartz, D. (2021) Kinetic oxygen isotope fractionation between water and aqueous OH during hydroxylation of CO2. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry, 5, (12), 3375-3384. [DATA]
  2. Methner, K., Mulch, A., Fiebig, J., Krsnik, E., Löffler, N., Bajnai, D. & Chamberlain, C.P. (2021) Warm high-elevation mid-latitudes during the Miocene Climatic Optimum: Paleosol clumped isotope temperatures from the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 36, (6), e2020PA003991. [PDF] [DATA]
  3. Bajnai, D., Coplen, T.B., Methner, K., Löffler, N., Krsnik, E. & Fiebig, J. (2021) Devils Hole calcite was precipitated at ±1 °C stable aquifer temperatures during the last half million years. Geophysical Research Letters, 48, (11), e2021GL093257. [PDF] [DATA]
  4. Bernasconi, S.M., Däeron, M., Bergmann, K.D., Bonifacie, M., Meckler, A.N., Affek, H.P., Anderson, N., Bajnai, D., Barkan, E., Blamart, D., Burgener, L., Calmels, D., Chaduteau, C., Clog, M., Davidheiser-Kroll, B., Davies, A., Dux, F., Eiler, J., Elliott, B., Fetrow, A., Fiebig, J., Goldberg, S., Hermoso, M., Huntington, K., Hyland, E., Ingalls, M., Jaggi, M., John, C., Jost, A., Katz, S., Kelson, J., Kluge, T., Kocken, I.J., Laskar, A., Leutert, T.J., Liang, D., Lucarelli, J., Mackey, T.J., Mangenot, X., Meinicke, N., Modestou, S.E., Müller, I.A., Murray, S., Neary, A., Packard, N., Passey, B.H., Pelletier, E., Petersen, S., Piasecki, A., Schauer, A., Snell, K.E., Swart, P.K., Tripati, A., Upadhyay, D., Vennemann, T., Winkelstern, I., Yarian, D., Yoshida, N., Zhang, N. & Ziegler, M. (2021) InterCarb: A community effort to improve inter-laboratory standardization of the carbonate clumped isotope thermometer using carbonate standards. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 22, (5), e2020GC009588. [PDF]
  5. Vallner, Zs., Bajnai, D. & Pálfy, J. (2020) A ciklussztratigráfia és az asztrokronológia korszerű módszerei és alkalmazásuk [Modern methods of cyclostratigraphy and astrochronology and their applications]. Földtani Közlöny [Bulletin of the Hungarian Geological Society], 150, (4), 489-510. [PDF]
  6. Bajnai, D., Guo, W., Spötl, C., Coplen, T.B., Methner, K., Löffler, N., Krsnik, E., Gischler, E., Hansen, M., Henkel, D., Price, G.D., Raddatz, J., Scholz, D. & Fiebig, J. (2020) Dual clumped isotope thermometry resolves kinetic biases in carbonate formation temperatures. Nature Communications, 11, 4005. [PDF] [DATA]
  7. Price, G.D., Bajnai, D. & Fiebig, J., 2020. Carbonate clumped isotope evidence for latitudinal seawater temperature gradients and the oxygen isotope composition of Early Cretaceous seas. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 552, 109777. [DATA]
  8. Fiebig, J., Bajnai, D., Löffler, N., Methner, K., Krsnik, E., Mulch, A. & Hofmann, S. (2019) Combined high-precision ∆48 and ∆47 analysis of carbonates. Chemical Geology, 522, 186-191. [PDF]
  9. Vickers, M., Bajnai, D., Price, G.D., Linckens, J. & Fiebig, J. (2019) Southern high latitude warmth during Jurassic–Cretaceous: New evidence from clumped isotope thermometry. Geology, 47, (8), 724-728. [DATA]
  10. Petersen, S.V., Defliese, W.F., Saenger, C., Daëron, M., Huntington, K.W., John, C.M., Kelson, J.R., Coleman, A.S., Kluge, T., Olack, G.A., Schauer, A.J., Bajnai, D., Bonifacie, M., Breitenbach, S.F., Fiebig, J., Fernandez, A.B., Henkes, G.A., Hodell, D., Katz, A., Kele, S., Lohmann, K.C., Passey, B.H., Peral, M.Y., Petrizzo, D.A., Rosenheim, B.E., Tripati, A., Venturelli, R., Young, E.D. & Winkelstern, I.Z. (2019) Effects of improved 17O correction on inter-laboratory agreement in clumped isotope calibrations, estimates of mineral-specific offsets, and temperature dependence of acid digestion fractionation. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 20, (7), 3495-3519,
  11. Löffler, N., Fiebig, J., Mulch, A., Tütken, T., Schmidt, B.C., Bajnai, D., Conrad, A.C., Wacker, U. & Böttcher, M.E. (2019) Refining the temperature dependence of the oxygen and clumped isotopic compositions of structurally bound carbonate in apatite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 253, 19-38.
  12. Page, M., Licht, A., Dupont-Nivet, G., Meijer, N., Barbolini, N., Hoorn, C., Schauer, A., Huntington, K., Bajnai, D., Fiebig, J., Mulch, A. & Guo, Z. (2019) Synchronous cooling and decline in monsoonal rainfall in northeastern Tibet during the fall into the Oligocene icehouse. Geology, 47, (3), 203-206.
  13. Wierzbowski, H., Bajnai, D., Wacker, U., Rogov, M.A., Fiebig, J. & Tesakova, E.M. (2018) Clumped isotope record of salinity variations in the Subboreal Province at the middle–late Jurassic transition. Global and Planetary Change, 167, 172-189. [PDF] [DATA]
  14. Bajnai, D., Fiebig, J., Tomašových, A., Milner Garcia, S., Rollion-Bard, C., Raddatz, J., Löffler, N., Primo-Ramos, C. & Brand, U. (2018) Assessing kinetic fractionation in brachiopod calcite using clumped isotopes. Scientific Reports, 8, (1), 1-12. [PDF]
  15. Kele, S. & Bajnai, D. (2017) Kapcsolt izotópok (clumped isotopes) a földtudományi kutatásokban [Clumped isotopes in geoscience research]. Földtani Közlöny [Bulletin of the Hungarian Geological Society], 147, (2), 177-194. [PDF]
  16. Bajnai, D., Pálfy, J., Martinez, M., Price, G.D., Nyerges, A. & Főzy, I. (2017) Multi-proxy record of orbital-scale changes in climate and sedimentation during the Weissert Event in the Valanginian Bersek Marl Formation (Gerecse Mts., Hungary). Cretaceous Research, 75, 45-60. [DATA]
  17. Müller, T., Price, G.D., Bajnai, D., Nyerges, A., Kesjár, D., Raucsik, B., Varga, A., Judik, K., Fekete, J., May, Z. & Pálfy, J. (2016) New multiproxy record of the Jenkyns Event (also known as the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event) from the Mecsek Mountains (Hungary): Differences, duration and drivers. Sedimentology, 64, (1), 66-86.
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Why do I think such a figure is necessary? Geosciences is a male-dominated field, mainly due to the leaky pipeline, i.e., the decline of female scientists at higher academic levels (read more here). This is a result of many factors such as (unconscious) bias towards non-male scientists. I display this figure here, to acknowledge this bias towards non-male academics in my own research and to continually remind myself to do better.