Vallner, Zs., Bajnai, D. and Pálfy, J. (2020) A ciklussztratigráfia és az asztrokronológia korszerű módszerei és alkalmazásuk [Modern methods of cyclostratigraphy and astrochronology and their applications]. Földtani Közlöny, 150, (4), 489-510. [PDF]

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. and Fiebig, J. (2020) Dual clumped isotope thermometry resolves kinetic biases in carbonate formation temperatures. Nature Communications, 11, 4005. [PDF] [DATA]

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]

Fiebig, J., Bajnai, D., Löffler, N., Methner, K., Krsnik, E., Mulch, A. and Hofmann, S. (2019) Combined high-precision ∆48 and ∆47 analysis of carbonates. Chemical Geology, 522, 186-191. [PDF]

Vickers, M., Bajnai, D., Price, G.D., Linckens, J. and Fiebig, J. (2019) Southern high latitude warmth during Jurassic–Cretaceous: New evidence from clumped isotope thermometry. Geology, 47, (8), 724-728. [DATA]

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. and 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.

Löffler, N., Fiebig, J., Mulch, A., Tütken, T., Schmidt, B.C., Bajnai, D., Conrad, A.C., Wacker, U. and 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.

Page, M., Licht, A., Dupont-Nivet, G., Meijer, N., Barbolini, N., Hoorn, C., Schauer, A., Huntington, K., Bajnai, D., Fiebig, J., Mulch, A. and 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.

Wierzbowski, H., Bajnai, D., Wacker, U., Rogov, M.A., Fiebig, J. and 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]

Bajnai, D., Fiebig, J., Tomašových, A., Milner Garcia, S., Rollion-Bard, C., Raddatz, J., Löffler, N., Primo-Ramos, C. and Brand, U. (2018) Assessing kinetic fractionation in brachiopod calcite using clumped isotopes. Scientific Reports, 8, (1), 1-12. [PDF]

Kele, S. and Bajnai, D. (2017) Kapcsolt izotópok (clumped isotopes) a földtudományi kutatásokban [Clumped isotopes in geoscience research]. Földtani Közlöny, 147, (2), 177-194. [PDF]

Bajnai, D., Pálfy, J., Martinez, M., Price, G.D., Nyerges, A. and 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]

Müller, T., Price, G.D., Bajnai, D., Nyerges, A., Kesjár, D., Raucsik, B., Varga, A., Judik, K., Fekete, J., May, Z. and 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 (1, 2). 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.