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  1. Honey Maps the Pb Fallout from the 2019 Fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris: A Geochemical Perspective
  2. Evaluating Spatiotemporal Resolution of Trace Element Concentrations and Pb Isotopic Compositions of Honeybees and Hive Products as Biomonitors for Urban Metal Distribution
  3. The multiple depleted mantle components in the Hawaiian-Emperor chain
  4. Splitting obsidian: Assessing a multiproxy approach for sourcing obsidian artifacts in British Columbia
  5. Past and current geochemical conditions influence silicon isotope signatures of pedogenic clay minerals at the soil profile scale, Ethiopia
  6. Evaluating the impact of acetic acid chemical pre-treatment on ‘old’ and cremated bone with the ‘Perio-spot’ technique and ‘Perios-endos’ profiles
  7. Tracking the Geochemical Transition Between the Kea‐Dominated Northwest Hawaiian Ridge and the Bilateral Loa‐Kea Trends of the Hawaiian Islands
  8. Tracing Molybdenum Attenuation in Mining Environments Using Molybdenum Stable Isotopes
  9. ‘The Stillwater Complex: Integrating Zircon Geochronological and Geochemical Constraints on the Age, Emplacement History and Crystallization of a Large, Open-system Layered Intrusion’: a Reply to the Comment by Rais Latypov on Wall et al. (J. Petrology...
  10. Honey as a biomonitor for a changing world
  11. Isotopic and Trace Element Geochemistry of the Kiglapait Intrusion, Labrador: Deciphering the Mantle Source, Crustal Contributions and Processes Preserved in Mafic Layered Intrusions
  12. Magmatism, serpentinization and life: Insights through drilling the Atlantis Massif (IODP Expedition 357)
  13. Molybdenum stable isotope fractionation during the precipitation of powellite (CaMoO4) and wulfenite (PbMoO4)
  15. A Temperature-Composition Framework for Crystallization of Fractionated Interstitial Melt in the Bushveld Complex from Trace Element Systematics of Zircon and Rutile
  16. Alteration Heterogeneities in Peridotites Exhumed on the Southern Wall of the Atlantis Massif (IODP Expedition 357)
  17. The Size and Emergence of Geochemical Heterogeneities in the Hawaiian Mantle Plume Constrained by Sr-Nd-Hf Isotopic Variation over ∼47 Million Years
  18. Picrite “Intelligence” from the Middle-Late Triassic Stikine arc: Composition of mantle wedge asthenosphere
  19. Geochemistry and origin of the Neoproterozoic Natkusiak Flood Basalts and related Franklin Sills, Victoria Island, Arctic Canada
  20. Evaluating downhole fractionation corrections in LA-ICP-MS U-Pb zircon geochronology
  21. The Stillwater Complex: Integrating Zircon Geochronological and Geochemical Constraints on the Age, Emplacement History and Crystallization of a Large, Open-System Layered Intrusion
  22. Identifying the reworking and stratigraphic provenance of bones by exploring multivariate geochemical relationships with the ‘Perio-spot’ technique
  23. Molybdenum (Mo) stable isotopic variations as indicators of Mo attenuation in mine waste-rock drainage
  24. Geochemistry and Origin of the Neoproterozoic Natkusiak Flood Basalts and Related Franklin Sills, Victoria Island, Arctic Canada
  25. Radiogenic isotopes in enriched mid-ocean ridge basalts from Explorer Ridge, northeast Pacific Ocean
  26. Oceanic mafic magmatism in the Siletz terrane, NW North America: Fragments of an Eocene oceanic plateau?
  27. The link between Hawaiian mantle plume composition, magmatic flux, and deep mantle geodynamics
  28. GEOTRACES inter-calibration of the stable silicon isotope composition of dissolved silicic acid in seawater
  29. Primitive arc magma diversity: New geochemical insights in the Cascade Arc
  30. Mercury isotope compositions across North American forests
  31. Slab melting and magma formation beneath the southern Cascade arc
  32. Zircon from the Anorthosite zone II of the Stillwater Complex as a U–Pb geochronological reference material for Archean rocks
  33. Petrology and geochronology of lavas from Ka‘ula Volcano: Implications for rejuvenated volcanism of the Hawaiian mantle plume
  34. Constraining the transport time of lithogenic sediments to the Okinawa Trough (East China Sea)
  35. Molybdenum and zinc stable isotope variation in mining waste rock drainage and waste rock at the Antamina mine, Peru
  36. Comprehensive Pb-Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic, trace element, and mineralogical characterization of mafic to ultramafic rock reference materials
  37. Lead
  38. Lead Isotopes
  39. Trace element characterization of USGS reference materials by HR-ICP-MS and Q-ICP-MS
  40. Depleted components in the source of hotspot magmas: Evidence from the Ninetyeast Ridge (Kerguelen)
  41. Petrology and Geochemistry of Volcanic Rocks from the South Kaua`i Swell Volcano, Hawai`i: Implications for the Lithology and Composition of the Hawaiian Mantle Plume
  42. Hawaiian Volcanoes
  43. Evidence for trench-parallel mantle flow in the northern Cascade Arc from basalt geochemistry
  44. Lithium Isotopic Signature of Hawaiian Basalts
  45. A practical guide for the design and implementation of the double-spike technique for precise determination of molybdenum isotope compositions of environmental samples
  46. Mass Spectrometry
  47. Silicon isotopes record dissolution and re-precipitation of pedogenic clay minerals in a podzolic soil chronosequence
  48. Recent plate re-organization at the Azores Triple Junction: Evidence from combined geochemical and geochronological data on Faial, S. Jorge and Terceira volcanic islands
  49. Neoarchean (c. 2{middle dot}7 Ga) Plutons of the Ungava Craton, Quebec, Canada: Parental Magma Compositions and Implications for Fe-rich Mantle Source Regions
  50. Fractionation of Sr and Hf isotopes by mineral sorting in Cascadia Basin terrigenous sediments
  51. Plume versus plate origin for the Shatsky Rise oceanic plateau (NW Pacific): Insights from Nd, Pb and Hf isotopes
  52. Mass Spectrometry
  53. Assimilation of preexisting Pleistocene intrusions at Long Valley by periodic magma recharge accelerates rhyolite generation: rethinking the remelting model
  54. Methodology and Application of Hafnium Isotopes in Ilmenite and Rutile by MC-ICP-MS
  55. Determining provenance of marine metal pollution in French bivalves using Cd, Zn and Pb isotopes
  56. Temporal geochemical variations in lavas from Kīlauea's Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō eruption (1983-2010): Cyclic variations from melting of source heterogeneities
  57. Sr-Nd-Hf-Pb isotope and trace element evidence for the origin of alkalic basalts in the Garibaldi Belt, northern Cascade arc
  58. A low-relief shield volcano origin for the South Kaua‘i Swell
  59. Isotopic systematics of the early Mauna Kea shield phase and insight into the deep mantle beneath the Pacific Ocean
  60. The Ninetyeast Ridge and its Relation to the Kerguelen, Amsterdam and St. Paul Hotspots in the Indian Ocean
  61. Large U loss during weathering of upper continental crust: The sedimentary record
  62. Major element variations in Hawaiian shield lavas: Source features and perspectives from global ocean island basalt (OIB) systematics
  63. A Common Reference Material for Cadmium Isotope Studies - NIST SRM 3108
  64. Age, geology, geophysics, and geochemistry of Mahukona Volcano, Hawai`i
  65. Significant Li isotope fractionation in geochemically evolved rare element-bearing pegmatites from the Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group, NWT, Canada
  66. An isotopic perspective on mass bias and matrix effects in multi-collector inductively-coupled-plasma mass spectrometry
  67. Tracing cadmium, zinc and lead sources in bivalves from the coasts of western Canada and the USA using isotopes
  68. Role of the deep mantle in generating the compositional asymmetry of the Hawaiian mantle plume
  69. Geochemical Composition of K-rich Lavas from the Lena Trough (Arctic Ocean)
  70. GSD-1G and MPI-DING Reference Glasses for In Situ and Bulk Isotopic Determination
  71. Low-productivity Hawaiian volcanism between Kaua‘i and O‘ahu
  72. Geochemical implications of gabbro from the slow-spreading Northern Central Indian Ocean Ridge, Indian Ocean
  73. Effects of acid leaching on the Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic compositions of ocean island basalts
  75. Petrology, Geochemistry and Geochronology of Kaua'i Lavas over 4{middle dot}5 Myr: Implications for the Origin of Rejuvenated Volcanism and the Evolution of the Hawaiian Plume
  76. Evaluation of zinc, cadmium and lead isotope fractionation during smelting and refining
  77. Direct observation of a fossil high-temperature, fault-hosted, hydrothermal upflow zone in crust formed at the East Pacific Rise
  78. The architecture of oceanic plateaus revealed by the volcanic stratigraphy of the accreted Wrangellia oceanic plateau
  79. Geochemical characteristics of the Río Verde Complex, Central Hispaniola: Implications for the paleotectonic reconstruction of the Lower Cretaceous Caribbean island-arc
  80. U–Pb and 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of the Saint-Urbain and Lac Allard (Havre-Saint-Pierre) anorthosites and their associated Fe–Ti oxide ores, Québec: Evidence for emplacement and slow cooling during the collisional Ottawan orogeny in the Grenville Province
  81. Leaching systematics and matrix elimination for the determination of high-precision Pb isotope compositions of ocean island basalts
  82. Age and Nd–Hf isotopic constraints on the origin of marginal rocks from the Muskox layered intrusion (Nunavut, Canada) and implications for the evolution of the 1.27Ga Mackenzie large igneous province
  83. Geochemistry of Triassic flood basalts from the Yukon (Canada) segment of the accreted Wrangellia oceanic plateau
  84. Melting History and Magmatic Evolution of Basalts and Picrites from the Accreted Wrangellia Oceanic Plateau, Vancouver Island, Canada
  85. Zn isotope study of atmospheric emissions and dry depositions within a 5 km radius of a Pb–Zn refinery
  86. Matrix effects on the multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometric analysis of high-precision cadmium and zinc isotope ratios
  87. Alteration mineralogy and the effect of acid-leaching on the Pb-isotope systematics of ocean-island basalts
  88. Widespread Secondary Volcanism Near Northern Hawaiian Islands
  89. Iron isotopic fractionation in industrial emissions and urban aerosols
  90. Wrangellia flood basalts in Alaska: A record of plume-lithosphere interaction in a Late Triassic accreted oceanic plateau
  91. Caribbean island-arc rifting and back-arc basin development in the Late Cretaceous: Geochemical, isotopic and geochronological evidence from Central Hispaniola
  92. Strontium isotope constraints on fluid flow in the sheeted dike complex of fast spreading crust: Pervasive fluid flow at Pito Deep
  93. Influence of non-spectral matrix effects on the accuracy of Pb isotope ratio measurement by MC-ICP-MS: implications for the external normalization method of instrumental mass bias correction
  94. The Val Gabbro Plutonic Suite: A Sub-volcanic Intrusion Emplaced at the End of Flood Basalt Volcanism on the Kerguelen Archipelago
  95. Geochemical constraints on the origin of the late Jurassic proto-Caribbean oceanic crust in Hispaniola
  97. Rapid passage of a small-scale mantle heterogeneity through the melting regions of Kilauea and Mauna Loa Volcanoes
  98. Hf isotope compositions of U.S. Geological Survey reference materials
  99. Flood basalts from Mt. Capitole in the central Kerguelen Archipelago: Insights into the growth of the archipelago and source components contributing to plume-related volcanism
  100. Investigation of Past and Present Multi-metal Input along Two Highways of British Columbia, Canada, Using Lead Isotopic Signatures
  101. Precise measurement of Fe isotopes in marine samples by multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (MC-ICP-MS)
  102. Plume mantle source heterogeneity through time: Insights from the Duarte Complex, Hispaniola, northeastern Caribbean
  103. High-precision isotopic characterization of USGS reference materials by TIMS and MC-ICP-MS
  104. Marginal mafic intrusions as indicators of downslope draining of dense residual melts in anorthositic diapirs?
  105. Submarine radial vents on Mauna Loa Volcano, Hawai'i
  106. Experimental constraints on the origin and evolution of mildly alkalic basalts from the Kerguelen Archipelago, Southeast Indian Ocean
  107. Shield-stage alkalic volcanism on Mauna Loa Volcano, Hawaii
  108. Complete Trace Elemental Characterisation of Granitoid (USGS G-2, GSP-2) Reference Materials by High Resolution Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry
  109. Multi-stage mixing in subduction zones: Application to Merapi volcano (Java island, Sunda arc)
  110. Primitive neon and helium isotopic compositions of high-MgO basalts from the Kerguelen Archipelago, Indian Ocean
  111. Os–Hf–Sr–Nd isotope and PGE systematics of spinel peridotite xenoliths from Tok, SE Siberian craton: Effects of pervasive metasomatism in shallow refractory mantle
  112. Columnar calcites as testimony of diagenetic overprinting at the boundary between Upper Tournaisian dolomites and limestones (Belgium): multiple origins for apparently similar features
  113. Lithospheric mantle beneath the south-eastern Siberian craton: petrology of peridotite xenoliths in basalts from the Tokinsky Stanovik
  114. Hf isotope compositions and HREE variations in off-craton garnet and spinel peridotite xenoliths from central Asia
  115. East Molokai and other Kea-trend volcanoes: Magmatic processes and sources as they migrate away from the Hawaiian hot spot
  116. Comment to “Pb isotopic analysis of standards and samples using a 207Pb–204Pb double spike and thallium to correct for mass bias with a double-focusing MC–ICP–MS” by Baker et al.
  117. Constraining the components of the Kerguelen mantle plume: A Hf-Pb-Sr-Nd isotopic study of picrites and high-MgO basalts from the Kerguelen Archipelago
  118. High-precision Pb-Sr-Nd-Hf isotopic characterization of USGS BHVO-1 and BHVO-2 reference materials
  119. Origin of Cretaceous continental tholeiites in southwestern Australia and eastern India: insights from Hf and Os isotopes
  120. Evidencing lead deposition at the urban scale using “short-lived” isotopic signatures of the source term (Pb–Zn refinery)
  121. Nd and Pb isotope signatures of the clay-size fraction of Labrador Sea sediments during the Holocene: Implications for the inception of the modern deep circulation pattern
  122. Hf and Lu isotopic reference values for the zircon standard 91500 by MC-ICP-MS
  123. Geochemical and Hf–Pb–Sr–Nd isotopic constraints on the origin of the Amsterdam–St. Paul (Indian Ocean) hotspot basalts
  124. Pin-pricking the elephant: evidence on the origin of the Ontong Java Plateau from Pb-Sr-Hf-Nd isotopic characteristics of ODP Leg 192 basalts
  125. Hf isotope constraints on mantle sources and shallow-level contaminants during Kerguelen hot spot activity since ∼120 Ma
  126. Hawaiian hot spot dynamics as inferred from the Hf and Pb isotope evolution of Mauna Kea volcano
  127. Relationship between the early Kerguelen plume and continental flood basalts of the paleo-Eastern Gondwanan margins
  128. Melt, fluid and crystal inclusions in olivine phenocrysts from Kerguelen plume-derived picritic basalts: evidence for interaction with the Kerguelen Plateau lithosphere
  129. Isotopic and fluid-inclusion constraints on the formation of polymetallic vein deposits in the central Argentinian Patagonia
  130. Origin of continental components in Indian Ocean basalts: Evidence from Elan Bank (Kerguelen Plateau, ODP Leg 183, Site 1137)
  131. Introduction to Special Issue in honor of Gerald J. Wasserburg
  132. Mg, Sr and Sr isotope geochemistry of a Belgian Holocene speleothem: implications for paleoclimate reconstructions
  133. A Sr-, Nd- and Pb-isotopic investigation of the transition between two megacyclic units of the Bjerkreim–Sokndal layered intrusion, south Norway
  134. Temporal geochemical trends in Kerguelen Archipelago basalts: evidence for decreasing magma supply from the Kerguelen Plume
  135. Origin and evolution of a submarine large igneous province: the Kerguelen Plateau and Broken Ridge, southern Indian Ocean
  136. 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of flood basalts from the Kerguelen Archipelago, southern Indian Ocean: implications for Cenozoic eruption rates of the Kerguelen plume
  137. Assessment of pollution aerosols sources above the Straits of Dover using lead isotope geochemistry
  138. Coeval potassic and sodic calc-alkaline series in the post-collisional Hercynian Tanncherfi intrusive complex, northeastern Morocco: geochemical, isotopic and geochronological evidence
  139. Strontium isotope geochemistry of anhydrites and calcite pseudomorphs after anhydrite from Palaeozoic formations in Belgium
  140. Role of the Kerguelen Plume in generating the eastern Indian Ocean seafloor
  141. Temporal evolution of the kerguelen plume: Geochemical evidence from 38 to 82 ma lavas forming the Ninetyeast ridge
  142. Young formation age of a mantle plume source
  143. Ninetyeast Ridge (Indian Ocean): A 5000 km record of a Dupal mantle plume
  144. Paleoceanography of the eastern Indian Ocean from ODP Leg 121 drilling on Broken Ridge
  145. Dupal anomaly in existence 115 Ma ago: Evidence from isotopic study of the Kerguelen Plateau (South Indian Ocean)
  146. RbSr and SmNd isotope geochemistry and chronology of cherts from the Onverwacht Group (3.5 AE), South Africa
  147. RbSr and SmNd systematics of cherts and other siliceous deposits
  148. Petrogenesis of monzonoritic dykes in the Egersund-Ogna anorthosite (Rogaland, S.W. Norway): trace elements and isotopic (Sr, Pb) constraints
  149. Lead isotope study of a lead-zinc vein mineralization and its host sediments, Heure, Belgium; basis for a genetic model
  150. Hotspot Volcanoes and Large Igneous Provinces
  151. Petrology, geochemistry, and ages of lavas from Northwest Hawaiian Ridge volcanoes