Program for Day 2

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

01a (Poster): Isotopic heterogeneity among planetary precursors and its implications for planetary evolution

11  The Geochemistry of the Brent Impact Structure, Ontario, Canada
Goderis S, Vleminckx B, Paquay F, Chakrabarti R, Renson V, Debaille V, Sluyts W, Vanhaecke F, Spray J, Jacobsen S & Claeys P
12  84Sr Anomalies in Meteorites?
Moynier F, Day J, Bouvier A, Podosek F & Walker R
13  Zinc Isotopic Variations in HED Meteorites
Paniello R, Moynier F, Beck P & Podosek F
14  Molybdenum Content and Isotopic Composition of the Buzzard Coulee Meteorite
Proemse B & Wieser M

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

01b (Poster): Early Accretion and Differentiation Processes on Planets and Planetesimals

15  Mineralogical and Petrological Analyses of Three Chondrite Meteorites Recovered from the Istfane Strewnfield (Morocco)
Ait Touchnt A, Ibhi A, Marrocchino E & Vaccaro C
16  Divisions Among Ultramafic Cumulates from a Differentiated Asteroid
Beck A & McSween HY
17  Cosmic-Ray Exposure History of Pallasite Metal
Cook D, Herzog G, Huber L & Leya I
18  The Petrology of Extrasolar Chondrites
Magee C

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

01d (Poster): The New Mars: Geochemistry of a Neighbor Planet

19  Martian Analogs: Synthesis, Characterization, and Oxidation of Ferrous Iron Phyllosilicates
Beehr A & Catalano J
20  The Hematite-Pyrite Tandem Cell: Avenue to Understanding Mars Photochemical Water Oxidation?
Eggleston C, Parkinson B & Bramlett E
21  Surface Alteration of Fe-Ni Meteorites Analyzed by the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover
Johnson J, Ashley J, Bell Iii J, Farrand W, Fleischer I, Jolliff B, Herkenhoff K & Yen A
22  Acid-Sulfate Weathering Pathways at Cerro Negro, Nicaragua
Marcucci E, Hynek B & McCollom T

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

01g (Poster): Geomicrobiology of Redox Stratified Ecosystems

23  The Potential Feasibility of Chlorinic Photosynthesis on Extrasolar Planets
Haas J
24  Cyanobacterial Diversity and Activity in Modern Hot Spring Conical Stromatolites
Templer SP, Liang B, Vali H, Wu T-D, Guerquin-Kern J-L, Sim M-S & Bosak T
25  Metabolically Versatile Cyanobacterial Mats in Great Lakes Sinkholes: Analogs of the Proterozoic
Voorhies A, Biddanda B, Horne N, Kendall S, Nold S, Ruberg S & Dick G

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

03c (Poster): Peridotites and eclogites: compositions, textures and microscale mineralogy

26  In situ Geochemistry of Garnet Peridotites of Lashaine, Tanzania Craton: Re-fertilization in Sub-Cratonic Lithospheric Mantle
Basu Sarbadhikari A, Tsujimori T, Moriguti T, Kunihiro T & Nakamura E
27  Phase Trasition from Spinel Lherzolite to Garnet Lherzolite in Upper Mantle of Eastern China and its Significance
Fan Q, Sui J & Han B
28  Oxygen Isotope Ratios in Mantle Xenoliths (Mt. Carmel, Israel): Implications for Thermometry and Sources of Alkaline Mafic Magmas
Kaminchik J, Katzir Y, Spicuzza MJ, Valley JW & Segev A
29  Lithium Isotopic Fractionation in the Spinel Lherzolite Xenoliths from Boeun, Korea
Kil Y, Jung H & Shin HJ
30  Compilations of Cratonic Peridotite Xenoliths: Constraints on Continental Lithospheric Mantle Compositions
Liu Y & Kelemen P
31  Origin of Sulfides and Pyroxenites in the Hawaiian Mantle: Insights from PGE and Re-Os Isotopes
Sen I, Bizimis M & Sen G
32  Thermobarometery of Hawaiian Spinel Peridotite Xenoliths
Wallace S, Bizimis M & Tibbetts N

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

03e (Poster): Reading the mantle signal in basalt compositions

33  Geochemistry of the Basic Volcanic Rocks from the Late Triassic Volcano-Sedimentary Sequences in the Kocali Complex, SE Turkey
Bedi Y, Varol E, Tekin UK & Uzuncimen S
34  Geochemical Variability of the Mantle beneath São Tomé Island (Cameroon Volcanic Line)
Caldeira R, Munhá J, Mata J & Madeira J
35  Plume-Influenced Melting of a Two-Component Source beneath Iceland
Koornneef J, Stracke A, Meier M-A, Bourdon B, Grönvold K, Jochum K-P & Stoll B
36  Geochemistry of Lavas from Barren Island Volcano, Andaman Sea
Kumar A & Ray JS
37  Geochemistry Characters of Cenozoic Tuoyun Alkaline Basalts, Southwest Tian Shan, Northwest China
Liang T, Luo Z & Lu R
38  The Dupal Isotope Anomaly in the Paleo-Asian Sub-Oceanic Mantle: Nd-Sr-Pb Isotope Evidence from Ophiolites in Northern China
Liu X, Castillo P, Xu J & Hou Q
39  New 40Ar/39Ar and Geochemical Constraints on São Jorge Island, Azores
Ribeiro LP, Calvert A, França Z, Rodrigues B & Abreu MP
40  Spreading Ridge Geometry Controls the Symmetry of Plume-Ridge Interaction
Shorttle O & Maclennan J
41  Geochemical and Petrological Characteristics of The Carnian Basic Volcanic Rocks from The Alakircay Nappe of The Antalya Nappes, SW Turkey
Varol E, Tekin UK & Temel A
42  Partial and Biased Preservation of the Mantle Signal in Icelandic Phenocryst Compositions
Winpenny B & Maclennan J
43  Permian Basalts and Mafic-Ultramafic Intrusions in the Northeastern of Tarim Plate (NW China): Insights into a Large Igneous Province
Xia Z, Jiang C, Xia M & Lu R
44  Fluid-Mobile Components in Lavas from Eastern Manus Basin, Papua New Guinea: Implication for Magma Generation in Subduction Zone
Zhang G & Zeng Z

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

03g (Poster): Geochemical Signatures of Mantle Redox Processes

45  Nanocrystalline SnO2 at Earth’s Mantle Pressures up to 9 GPa
Sreedhar B & Parthasarathy G
46  Apparent Oxygen Fugacity Structure beneath O'ahu, Hawai'i
Tibbetts NJ, Bizimis M, Longo M, Keshav S, Salters VJM & McCammon CA

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

04d (Poster): Uranium in the Environment

47  The Experimental Study on the Uranium Migration Process of Sandstone-Type Uranium Mineralization
Li W & Zhang W
48  Suitable Hydrogeochemical Conditions for in situ Uranium Leaching in the Shihongtan Deposit
Liu J, Zhou Y, Sun Z & Hu B
49  Cathodoluminescence of Albite Activated by Alpha-Particle Induced Luminescence Centers
Nishido H, Kayama M, Toyoda S, Komuro K & Ninagawa K
50  Diffusion Retardation due to Decreasing Micro-Channel Width in a 2-D Micromodel
Rod K, Wellman D & Flury M
51  Uranium and Other Elements in Residual Clays of Dolerites, Granites and Aplite-Pegmatites from Central Portugal
Trindade MJF, Dias MIM, Prudêncio MIG & Rocha FJT
52  Uranium Recovery from Waste Ores by an Indigenous Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans in Laboratory
Wang XG, Liu J, Sun ZX, Liu Y & Zheng ZH
53  Mathematical Model and Factors of Source and Sink of Uranium Migration
Zhang W

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

04h (Poster): Effect of system heterogeneity on carbonation and carbonate mineralization

54  Formation and Stability of Monohydrocalcite
Munemoto T & Fukushi K
55  Amorphous Magnesium Stabilized Calcium Carbonate
Ryan C, Yaccato K, Ginder-Vogel M & Constantz B
56  Abiotic Synthesis of Disordered Dolomite in Agar Gel Medium
Zhang F, Xu H, Konishi H, Shelobolina E & Roden E

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

04j (Poster): Interfacial processes in the environment

57  Weathering Textures and Chemical Changes of Cr-Bearing Spinels, California
Diehl S, Morrison J, Goldhaber M & Holloway J
58  Acid-Base Properties of 2:1 Clays. The Role of Electrostatics
Thomas F, Labbez C, Delhorme M & Caillet C

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

04l (Poster): Earth Materials: Thermodynamic and Energetic Properties

59  Potential-Ph Diagram for the Vanadium-Water System at High Vanadium Concentration
An L, Ma M, Wu J & Zeng Y
60  New Calorimetric Data: Implications for Ternary Feldspar Modelling
Benisek A, Dachs E & Kroll H
61  Petrological Cooling Rates from Central Ribeira Belt (SE Brazil): New Breakthroughs and Developments
Bento dos Santos T, Munhá J, Fonseca P & Tassinari C
62  Electrical Resistivity of a Precambrian Native Iron Sample At High-Pressures up to 9.0GPa
Chandra U, Sharma P & Parthasarathy G
63  Effect of Ionic Strength on the Kinetics of Pyrite Oxidation
Chirita P
64  High Temperature Cooling History of Two Variscan Late- to Post-Kinematic Granitic Plutons from Aguiar da Beira (NE Portugal)
Costa M, Neiva AM, Azevedo MDR & Corfu F
65  Genesis of the Huize Zinc-Lead Deposit from an Infrared Microthermometric Study of Fluid Inclusions in Sphalerite, Yunnan, China
Han R, Li B & Ni P
66  Skarn Mineralization in Damak Cu-Porphyry Deposit (Shir-Kuh), Central Iran
Mackizadeh MA & Taghipour B
67  Geochronology and P-T-T Paths of the Berlengas Archipelago Rocks, W Portugal
Valverde Vaquero P, Bento dos Santos T, Clavijo E, Díez Montes A, Ribeiro L & Solá R
68  Metastable Phase Equilibria for the Aqueous System Containing Sodium, Carbonate and Sulfate at 273 K
Yu XD, Feng S, Zheng Z, Lin X, Peng Y & Zeng Y
69  Metastable Phase Equilibria of the Quaternary System KCl + K2CO3 + K2B4O7 + H2O at 273 K
Zeng Y, Wang R, Peng Y & Feng S

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

04m (Poster): Physical and chemical interactions in biomineralization

70  The Influence of Muscovite and Orthoclase on the Precipitation of CaCO3 Polymorphs
Hu Q, Zhang J, Teng H, Ewing R & Becker U
71  Chemical Basis of Microbe – Carbonate Interactions
Lian B & Teng H
72  Soil Microbial Processes of Coexisting Atrazine and Dichlobenil in the Presence of a Biochar
Sheng D, Zhou Z & Qiu Y

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

04n (Poster): Exploring biomolecules in terrestrial carbon sinks - the organic biogeochemistry of peats and soils

73  Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Alters Soil Biochemical Stocks
Hockaday W, Gallagher M, Masiello C, Baldock J, Iversen C & Norby R
74  Comparability of Commonly Used Methods to Study Lignin Degradation in Decomposing Foliar Litter
Klotzbücher T, Kaiser K, Filley T & Kalbitz K
75  Distribution and Carbon Isotopes of PLFAs in Soil Profile and its Implication
Mao S & Sun Y
76  Lignin Phenols and Cutin- and Suberin-Derived Aliphatic Monomers as Biomarkers for Stand History, SOM Source, and Turnover
Spielvogel S, Prietzel J & Kogel-Knabner I

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

05d (Poster): Hydrothermal Organic Geochemistry

77  Fluid Inclusions and Stable Isotope in Calcite of Trostyanets Volcanogenous Complex (Ukrainian Carpathians)
Bondar R, Naumko I & Zagnitko V
78  Experimental Investigations on TSR in a Mineral Buffered System with Fixed H2 and H2S Fugacities
Germerott S, Ostertag-Henning C & Behrens H
79  Abiotic Organic Synthesis in Clays
Holloway J, Williams L, Canfield B, Dick J, Hartnett H & Shock E
80  The Isotopic Composition of Carbon and Oxygen of Calcite of Veinlets and Enclosing Rocks within the Limits of the Lopushna Oil Field Ukrainian Carpathians)
Naumko I, Zagnitko V & Belets'ka Y
81  Thermodynamic Estimates for Aqueous Hydrocarbons
Windman T & Shock E

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

05e (Poster): Geomicrobiology of mid-ocean ridge systems: Connections among subseafloor, plume, and low-temperature alteration environments

82  Evaluating Fluid Dynamic and Geochemical Perturbations in Seafloor Hydrothermal Systems by Subsurface Biofilms Using a Novel Flow-Through Experimental Apparatus
Houghton J & Urbano L
83  Metatranscriptomic Insights into the Geomicrobiology of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Plumes
Lesniewski R, Anantharaman K & Dick G
84  Archaeal Communities of the Lost City Hydrothermal Field
Mehay S, Früh-Green G, Bernasconi S, Schaeffer P, Adam P & Brazelton W
85  Elemental Cycling in Shallow-Sea Hydrothermal Sediments
Meyer-Dombard D, Amend J & Summons R
86  Aromatic Carboxylic Acids are Anaerobically Transformed in Guaymas Basin Sediments
Porter A, Vetriani C & Young L
87  Identifying Active Vent Deposit Environments Conducive for Life
Tivey MK, Gribbin J, Zhu W & Reysenbach A-L
88  Mineralogy Selects Microbial Community Characteristics at Low-Temperature along the Global Mid-Ocean Ridge
Toner B, Lesniewski R, Marlow J, Santelli C, Bach W, Orcutt B & Edwards K

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

07a (Poster): Vertical Evolution of Hydrothermal Ore-forming Sytems: From the Mantle to the Surface

89  Geochemical Reflection of the Elements and Exploration Index Ratios
Alipurkarmani D & Ghavami-Riabi R
90  Studies on the Sujiadian Porphyry Cu-Au Deposit in the Tongling Orefield, Anhui Province
Cao XS, Yang XY & Lai XD
91  The Zn-Pb-(Ag) Epithermal Mineralization of Mazarrón (Spain) a Preliminary Isotope Study
Esteban I, Carrillo FJ, Morales S, Velasco F, Yusta I & Boyce A
92  Geology Characteristics of Fanshan Alunite Deposit in Lujiang-Zongyang Continental Volcanic Basin in Eastern China
Fan Y, Zhou T, Tang M & Yuan F
93  Modeling of Index Ratios and Prioritization of the Data Mine
Ghavami-Riabi R, Alizade H & Aslamkish T
94  The Relationship between Gold Mineralization and Hydrocarbon Accumulation in the Youjiang Basin, South China
Gu XX, Zhang YM, Li BH & Dong SY
95  The Pb-Zn Deposit of Jalta (Northern Tunisia): A Genetic Model Based on Mineralogy, Petrography, and Metallic Trace Elements and Isotope (S, C, O, Pb) Geochemistries
Jemmali N, Souissi F, Vennemann T, Spangenberg J, Villa IM & Bogdanov K
96  On the 'Dipole CHIM' Technique Electrified by Low Voltage Dipole
Kang M, Liang S & Yang J
97  Introducing of Alteration Zones Related to Mineralization in Darreh-Zar Area, Kerman, Iran
Karimi M, Yazdi M, Rasa I & Nezampour H
98  The Lithium Isotopic Characteristics of Jiajika Rare Metal Deposit in Sichuan, China
Li Z, Tian S, Hou Z, Su A, Li J & Yang Z
99  Contribution of Sulfur Isotope to Metallogenic Studies in the SE Afar Rift, Republic of Djibouti
Moussa N, Grassineau N & Fouquet Y
100  Mantle/Magma Derived Auriferous CO2 Rich Fluids for Archaean Orogenic Gold Deposit of G.R.Halli, Dharwar Craton, Southern India
Sarangi S, Sarakar A, Srinivasan R & Patel S
101  Determination of Fluid Inclusion Characteristics and Mineral Exploration Using Them in the Zones of Porphyry-Type Alteration in the Locality of Erzurum-Oltu-İnanmış by Means of Fluid Inclusion Petrography
Sezerer Kuru G, Cengiz İ, Aslan M & Sakitas A
102  The Multivariate Statistical Analysis of Geochemical Data to Determine the Genetical Model of Chromite in Soughan Region, Esphandaghe, Iran
Shayestehfar M & Rezaaei A
103  Melt/Mantle Mixing Processes Form Podiform Chromite Deposits: Implications from Re-Os Systematics of the Dongqiao Neo-Tethyan Ophiolite, Northern Tibet
Shi R, Griffin W, O'Reilly S, Zhi X, Xia Q, Huang Q, Zhang X & Liu D
104  Fe-Ti Oxide Ores with P-Bearing Minerals of the Fedorivka (Ukraine) and Suwalki-Sejny (Poland) Precambrian AMCG Massifs
Shumlyanskyy L, Wiszniewska J & Krzeminska E
105  Application of the Residual Values Instead of Raw Data in the Geochemical Evaluation
Tabasi S & Ghavami-Riabi R
106  Geology and Mineralogy of the Altered Rocks in the Choghart Deposit, Bafq Area, Central Iran
Taghipour S, Kananian A & Taghipour B
107  Geochemical Study on the Bayan Obo Enormous Fe-Nb-Ree Deposit: New Proofs to its Genesis
Yang XY, Lai XD & Zhang YX
109  The Helium and Argon Isotopic Compositions in the Minerals from the Qulong Porphyry Copper Deposit, Tibet, SW, China
Ye X, Tang J, Tao M & Du L
110  Evaluation on the Denudation of the Hadamengou and the Liubagou Gold Deposits in Inner Mongolia, China
Zhang YM, Gu XX, Zhang Y, Shen Y, Cheng WB & Lv PR
111  Extremely Higher Gallium Content of the Xuanwei Black Shale in the Upper Permian, West Guizhou, China
Zhang Z, Yang X, Li S & Zhang Z

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

07b (Poster): Fluid and Melt Inclusions: The State of the Science and Future Prospects

112  Diagnostic Fluid Inclusions of Different Hydrothermal Systems
Chen Y
113  He-Ar Isotope Composition in Pyrite and Wolframite of Tieshanlong Tungsten Deposit, Jiangxi, China
Hua R, Li G, Zhang W, Hu D, Wei X, Huang X-E & Wang X
114  EPMA, FTIR and LA-ICP-MS Determination of the Composition of Fluid Microinclusions in Diamonds
Kiflawi I, Weiss Y, Griffin WL & Navon O
115  High Salinity CO2-Rich Magmatic Fluids: Features of the East Qinling-Dabie Porphyry Mo Belt, China
Li N
116  Features and Significance of Boiling Oil Inclusion in Ordos Basin, China
Li R, Liu X & Liu J
117  Ore-Forming Fluid Characteristics of the Hukeng Tungsten Deposit, Jiangxi Province, South China
Liu J, Ye H, Xie G & Zhang W
118  Combination of SEM-Cathodoluminescence and Fluid Inclusion Microthermometer of Quartz Veins in Hugo Dummett Porphyry Cu-Au Deposit, Mongolia
Myagmarsuren S, Fujimaki H & Hayashi K
119  Research on Geological Features and Characteristics of Inclusions of Zhongqu Gold Deposit in Maqu, Gansu, China
Peng XH, Qing CS, Zhang JS, Song H, Li WJ, Xu B, Yang H, Deng XT, Deng YW, Zhang LY & Shi Q
120  Fluid Inclusion Study of Furong Tin Deposit, Hunan Province, China
Shuang Y, Bi X-W, Hu R-Z, Li H & Jiang Z-Y
121  Physicochemical Condition of Mineralization of the Xiaomiaoshan Gold Deposit, Anhui Province, China
Xu Z, Yang J, Yang X, Zhang J & Mao H
122  Dating and Nd-Sr-Pb Isotopic Geochemistry of Sulphide Deposits in the Suzhou Region, China
Yinxi W, Yuanyuan W, Xin H & Huiming L
123  Experimental Data and Equation of State for Modeling of PVTx Properties of H2O-H2S Mixtures
Zezin D, Migdisov A & Williams-Jones AE

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

08a (Poster): Frontiers of ultrahigh pressure metamorphism: mineral reactions, isotope characteristics, phase transformations, fluids and solid state flow

124  Helium Isotope Composition and its Geological Significance of the Eclogites in the Lasha Terrane, Tibet
Li Z, Yang J, Xu Z, Li T, Xu X & Ren Y
125  Thin Skin Tectonics Through the Entire Continental Crust in the Dabieshan, Eastern China
Xu S, Wu W, Yuan X & Liu Y
126  Diamond in the Purang Peridotite Massif, West of the Yarlung Zangbu Suture, Tibet: A New Discovery
Yang J, Zhang Z, Xu X, Li Y, Li J, Jia Y, Liu Z & Ba D
127  U-Pb Zircon Dating of Coesite-Bearing Eclogites from the Dulan Area of the North Qadiam HP/UHP Terrane, Northwestern China: New Constraints on Ages of UHP Metamorphism and Protoliths
Zhang JX & Mattinson CG
128  New High-Temperature and -Pressure Granulites in Amdo Basement, Central Tibet
Zhang X, Shi R, Huang Q, Liu D & Cidan S
129  Nb and Ta in the Rutiles from Eclogite in the Yuka, the North Qaidam UHP Belt in NW China
Zhao J, Chen D, Liu L & Zhu X

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

08b (Poster): Advances in monazite, xenotime, and zircon geochronology: utilizing alteration and deformation to date multiple events

130  Geochemical Characteristics and LA-ICP-MS Age of Zircons from the Luohanshi Formation Mafic Volcanic Rocks, North Qinling: Evidence for Paleozoic Subduction-Accretion Process in the Qinling Orogen
Chen J
131  Geochemical Characteristics and Isotopic Age of Gabbros in Altun South Margin Fault
Dong Z
132  Formation and Evolution of Hailaer Basin, NE China: Constraints from Zircon U-Pb Geochronology of Mesozoic Volcanic Rocks
Gao F, Zhao L & Zhang Y
133  LA-ICP-MS U-Pb Zircon Geochronology and Geochemistry of Hongliugou Granite in the North Altyn Fault and its Geological Significance, China
Gao X
134  Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of Volcanic Rocks from the Sanlangpu Formation and the Dashigou Formation in Qinling Mountains, China
Li P
135  Zircon U-Pb Chronology and Geochemistry of Permian Volcanic Rocks in Eastern Heilongjiang Province, NE China and its Tectonic Implications
Meng E, Xu W, Pei F & Wang F
136  Monazite Dating of Precambrian Metamorphic Events in the Western East European Craton (Lithuania)
Skridlaite G, Baginski B & Dzierzanowski P
137  The LA-ICP-MS Zircon Dating, Geochemical Characteristics and its Geological Implication of the Yumuquan Granite, Altyn Tagh
Sun J
138  A LA-ICP-MS Chronological Study of Amphibolite at the South Margin of Altyn Tagh and its Geological Implication
Tang Z
139  LA-ICP-MS U-Pb Detrital Zircon Geochronology of Alumina Rich Gneiss of the Helanshan Group in the Northern Segment of Helangshan Mountains and its Geological Significance
Xiao P

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

09j (Poster): New Horizons in Coal Science: Organic Petrology, Geochemistry, and Environmental Effects

140  Riverine Mercury Contamination after the 2008 Coal Ash Spill at the Kingston Fossil Plant, TN
Deonarine A, Hsu-Kim H, Ruhl L & Vengosh A
141  Characteristics of Coal Petrology and its Genesis of Jurassic Coal in Ordos Basin in China
Huang W, Xiao X, Tang X & Chen P
142  The Lead Content in Chinese Coals and their Environmental Impact
Huang W & Ao W
143  Geochemistry and Speciation of Trace Elements Captured by Various Activated Carbons in a Canadian Coal-Fired Power Plant
Sanei H, Huggins F & Goodarzi F

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

09k (Poster): Abyssal Abiogenic Origin of Petroleum: From Geological Assessment to Physical Theory

144  Monitoring of Deep Processes – The Important Part for Understanding of a Process of Origin of Hydrocarbons
Gatiatullin N & Plotnikova I
145  Specific Geochemical Behavior of the Oil as Evidence of its Abiotic Origin
Gottikh R, Pisotskiy B & Plotnikova I
146  The Constraint of Abyssal Crustal and Mantle Structures to Abiogenetic Gas in Songliao Basin
Liu H, Wang J, Zhuo S, Wang X & Tuo J
147  Modern Geodynamic Processes in the Earth's Crust and the Problem of a Deep Origin of Oil
Muslimov R, Plotnikova I, Smelkov V & Borisov A
148  The Low Velocity High Conductivity Layer and Abyssal Geological Process for Abiogenetic Gas in Songliao Basin
Wang J, Liu H, Zhuo S, Wang X & Tuo J
149  An Abiogenic Alkane Gas Field, Changde Gas Field in Songliao Basin, NE China, Resulted from CO2 Loss
Yang C, Zou C, Wang Z, Tao S, Ni Y & Tao X
150  Characteristics of the Abiogenetic Gas Reservoir in Xujia Abyssal Fault Depression of Songliao Basin, China
Zhuo S, Wang X, Liu H, Tuo J & Wang J

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

09l (Poster): Fluid-rock interaction in geothermal systems: field, experiment and modeling

151  Enhanced Geothermal Systems: Influence of Thermodynamic Data and Activity Models on Predicted Mineral Precipitation-Dissolution Reactions
Hingerl FF, Wagner T, Kulik D, Driesner T, Kosakowski G & Thomsen K
152  Effect of Brine on the TSR and Generation of H2S Revealed by Gold-Tube Simulation Experiments
Lu H, Chen T & Peng P
153  Mineral Precipitation from Geothermal Brines during Reservoir Activities – Example Groß Schönebeck (Germany)
Regenspurg S, Banks J & Zimmermann G
154  Fluid-Rock Interaction in the Deep-Burial Overpressured System of the Central Junggar Basin
Wang F & He S

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

09m (Poster): Modeling and the Reality of Radionuclide Transport in the Environment

155  Speciation and Transport Behavior of 99Tc and 129I
Hu Q
156  Uranium Sequestration during and after Bio-Remediation in Shallow Aquifer Sediments
Johnson K, Fuller C & Davis J
157  Evaluation of Pu Solubility Using the Mixed Redox Phase PuO2+x: Modeling of Existing Experimental Data
Jove Colon C & Finch R
158  Sorption of Np, Pu, Tc, and I to Saltstone and Cement Formulations Under Oxidizing and Reducing Conditions
Lilley M, Powell B & Kaplan D
159  A Group Additivity Approach to Describe the Complexation of Radionuclides by Fulvic Acids in Geochemical Modeling Studies
Richard L, Sabater C, Kiprop A, Pourtier E & Nguyen-Trung C
160  U(VI) Desorption from Capillary Fringe Sediments
Um W, Zachara J & Liu C
161  Mobility of Iodine (129I and 127I) Species in Sediment Columns from the Savannah River Site
Zhang S, Du J, Xu C, Schwehr K, Ho Y, Santschi P & Kaplan D

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

11d (Poster): Nutrient Cycling in Permeable Marine Sediments

162  Microbial Communities and Carbon Cycling within Deep Sea Marine Sediments off Eastern Antarctica
Carr S, Jimenez-Espejo‎ FJ, van de Flierdt T, Dunbar R, Escutia C, Brinkhuis H & Klaus A
163  Nitrogen Cycling and Trace Gas Dynamics in Coastal Aquifers
Schutte C, Moore W, Wilson A & Joye S

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

11e (Poster): Atmospheric oxidation of mercury by reactive halogen species

164  Deployment of a Compact Sequential 2 Photon LIF Detection System for Gaseous Elemental Mercury at Ambient Levels
Bauer D, Swartzendruber P & Hynes A
165  Global Atmospheric Budget of Mercury Including Oxidation of Hg(0) by Bromine Atoms
Holmes C, Jacob D, Soerensen A & Corbitt E

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

12c (Poster): The role of greenhouse gases in Phanerozoic climate change

166  Derivation of a New Soil Respired CO2 Proxy for Application to paleo-CO2 Reconstruction
Cotton J & Sheldon N
167  Novel Records of Past Methane Emission Events from the Congo and Amazon Fans
Handley L, Talbot H, Cooke M & Wagner T
168  Climate Sensitivity to Atmospheric CO2 during the Phanerozoic
Royer D, Park J & Berner R
169  Ocean 10Be/9Be Evidence for Stable Weathering Rates in the Last 10 My Explains Constant Atmospheric CO2
von Blanckenburg F & Willenbring J

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

12d (Poster): Past Ocean Circulation and Climate

170  Study of Upper Miocene Oysters (Plecypoda) from the Mishan Formation in South West of Firuzabad, Fars, Iran (Zagros Mountain)
Dehbozorgi M
171  Lead Isotopes in Marine Barite: An Intermediate Water Mass Tracer
Erhardt A & Paytan A
172  Pliocene-Pleistocene Record of Sea-Ice Expansion in the North Pacific
Horikawa K, Martin E, Basak C & Sakamoto T
173  Paleoenvironmental Changes during Marine Isotopic Stage 5e in the Central Okhotsk Sea: High Resolution Multiproxy Record
Jimenez-Espejo FJ, Sakamoto T, Sakai S, Martinez-Ruiz F, Chang Q, Sato K & Suzuki K
174  The Middle and Upper Ordovician δ13C Excursions in South China: Implication for Paleoceanographic Change
Liu J, Gui Z & Wen J
175  Intermediate Water Source Variations in the Tropical Atlantic from the Last Glacial Maximum to Present
Pahnke K, Goldstein SL & Hemming SR
176  Platinum Group Element and Re-Os Isotope Systematics of Cryogenian Glacial Terminations
Waters C, Peucker-Ehrenbrink B & Hoffman P
177  Nd Isotopes as Indicator of Glacio-Eustasy, Mid-Carboniferous Boundary Arrow Canyon, NV
Woodard S, Thomas D, Grossman E, Olszewski T, Yancey T, Raymond A & Miller B

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

12e (Poster): Marine-terrestrial Archives of ‘Deep-time’ Climate Change

178  Paleoclimate of Upper Triassic India: New Observations from the Rewa Gondwana Basin
Ahmed F & Ray S
179  Determining Glacial and Interglacial Climate Conditions Using Stable Isotopes from Fossil Mammal Teeth
DeSantis L, Feranec R, MacFadden B, Hulbert R & Bloch J
180  The Oxygen Isotope Record for the Phanerozoic
Grossman E
181  Compound Specific Terrestrial Leaf Wax Records from the Cicogna Section (Italy) during the PETM
Krishnan S, Pagani M, Tipple B & Agnini C
182  C, Sr Isotopes, Cap Carbonates and Iron Formation, Neoproterozoic Seridó Belt, NE Brazil
Sial AN, Gaucher C, Ferreira VP, Campos MS, Nascimento RSC & Pimentel MM
183  The Permo-Triassic Crisis – A New Cause for a Well-Documented Effect
Stein H, Bingen B, Georgiev S, Hannah J & Zimmerman A
184  Permian-Triassic Carbon Isotopic Signature from Pedogenic Carbonate, Ordos Basin, China: Implications for pCO2 Reconstructions
Weislogel A
185  Stable Isotope Compositions of Fossil Sun/Shade Leaves and Difference for Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction
Xiao L, Yang H & Sun B
186  Molybdenum Isotope and Geochemical Evidence for Palaeoenvironmental Change at the Ordovician-Silurian Boundary, South China
Zhou L, Yanan S, Gao S, Xie S, Feng Q, Su J & Zhao L

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

12f (Poster): Paleo-sea level and Paleo-ice volume: reconstructions and implications

187  Relative Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheet Contributions to Sea Level during Marine Isotope Stage 5e
Colville E, Carlson A, Beard B, Stoner J & Hillaire-Marcel C
188  Continuous 520,000-year Sea-Level Record in 250-year Timesteps, on an Independent Radiometrically Calibrated Chronology
Rohling E
189  Do the Sunda Shelf and Barbados Timings for Mwp-1a Agree?
Stanford J, Rohling E & Challenor P
190  Testing Forcing Mechanisms of Deglaciation: Cosmogenic Dating of Laurentide Ice Sheet Retreat in Wisconsin and Surface Mass Balance Modeling
Ullman DJ, Carlson AE, LeGrande AN, Anslow FS, Caffee MW, Licciardi JM & Syverson KM
191  Sedimentary Facies Analysis and Evolution of Permian in Ziqiu Section Changyang County, Hubei Province
Wan Q, Zhang L & Kong W

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

12g (Poster): Abrupt climate change and millennial-scale climate variability

192  Hf and Nd Isotope Records of West African Monsoon Precipitation in Sediments from the Niger Delta
Bayon G, Etoubleau J, Ponzevera E & Voisset M
193  Aeolian Dust Palaeo-Climate Records in a Holocene Loess
Ding P, Yi W, Wang N, Shen C & Sun W
194  Ultra High-Resolution Elemental XRF Scanning Analysis of Santa Barbara Basin
Dunn L & Hendy I
195  Towards a New Proxy for Holocene Climate Change: Magnesium-Isotope Fractionation during Low-Mg Calcite Precipitation in a Limestone Cave
Immenhauser A, Buhl D, Richter D, Niedermayr A, Riechelmann D, Dietzel M & Schulte U
196  Prominent Half-Precessional Signal of East Asian Winter Monsoon in Chinese Loess Sequence
Liu L, Chen J & Ji J
197  Boron Isotopes in Southern Ocean Deep Sea Corals
Robinson LF, Hoenisch B & Auro ME
198  Reconstruction of Paleoclimate from Buried Ancient Forest Since Mid-Holocene in South China
Shen C, Yi W, Ding P & Sun W
199  Evaluating Isotopic and Geochemical Spatial Variability in Lake Sediments
Taylor Z, Finkelstein D & Horn S
200  Paleoproxy Farming in Florida Caves: Calibrating Present-Day Calcite to Past Speleothems
Tremaine D, Kilgore B & Froelich P
201  Application of γ Energy Spectrum in the Study of Paleoenvironment
Xu Z, Ni S, Teng Y & Zhang C
202  Reconstruction of Biomass Combustion History Using Black Carbon and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Yan B, Han Y & Peteet D
203  The Responding of Carbon Isotopic Compositions of the Organic Sediments to Environmental Change Since Holocene in the Bosten Lake, Xinjiang, China
Zhang W & Zhang C
204  Glaciochemical Evidence of a Transitional Site of Atmospheric Circulation in East Antarctica
Zhou L, Li Y & Cole-Dai J

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

12i (Poster): Biomineralization: Implications for paleoclimate and paleoenvironment reconstructions

205  The Ca-Carbonate Bio Crystal Status in Mollusk Seashells Revisited
Baronnet A, Grauby O, Nouet J, Cuif JP & Dauphin Y
206  Is Fossil Tooth Enamel Exempt of Diagenetic Alterations?
Dauphin Y & Quantin C
207  Pursuing the “Original” Composition of Bone Mineral
Li Z & Pasteris J
208  Occurrence of Lipids in Crossed-Lamellar Layers of Molluscan Shells
Nouet J, Dauphin Y & Farre B
209  Micro- and Nanoscale Studies of Mn Incorporation in Bivalve Shells
Soldati A, Jacob D, Wehrmeister U, Meibom A, Loges N & Häger T
210  Decoding Carbon Cycle and Climatic Change by C, O and N Isotopes of the Ediacaran Carbonate Rocks in South China
Tahata M, Ueno Y, Kikumoto R, Sawaki Y, Ishikawa T, Komiya T, Nishizawa M, Yoshida N & Maruyama S

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

13a (Poster): Impact of seasons on the nutrient dynamics (natural and anthropogenic) in the tropical aquatic ecosystems

211  Effect of Land Use Changes on Rainfall-Runoff and Runoff-Sediment Relationships in Gaula Catchment of Himalayan Region
Kumar K & Saikia BJ
212  Absorption/ Desorption of Soil Phosphorus Mobilization in a Small Watershed, China
Wang X

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

13b (Poster): Application of isotopic approaches to tracing contaminant sources, transport and transformations

213  Mercury Stable Isotope Tracing of Multiple Mercury Sources in the Tennessee River System
Bartov G, Johnson T, Ruhl L, Vengosh A & Southworth G
214  Determination of Hexavalent Cr Reduction Using Cr Stable Isotopes: Isotopic Fractionation Factors for in situ Redox Manipulation Zones
Basu A & Johnson T
215  Oxygen Isotopy of Arsenate/Arsenite: A Novel Approach to Constrain the Source of As in Groundwater
Berner ZA, Tang X & Norra S
216  Iron Isotope-Fractionation in Coastal Aquifers from the Grado-Marano Lagoon, Adriatic Sea (Italy): Preliminary Results
Castorina F, Lutman A, Pezzetta E & Petrini R
217  Identification of Recharge Process in Coastal Aquifers Around Cuddalore Region, Tamilnadu, South East Coast of India – A Geochemical Approach
Chidambaram S, Tirumalesh K, Manivannan R, Anandhan P & Srinivasamoorthy K
218  The Hydrochemical, Isotopic, and Multivariate Statistical Assessment of Nitrate Contamination of Groundwater in Rural Areas of Korea
Choi B-W, Yun S-T, Kim K-H, Mayer B, Choi B-Y, Lee B-Y, Kim H-M & Ko Y-H
219  Uranium Isotopic Systematics of the 300 Area (Hanford, WA) Groundwater Plume and U-Contaminated Sediments
Christensen JN, McKinley JP, Conrad ME, Stoliker D, Dresel PE, DePaolo DJ & Zachara JM
220  Permeability Reduction, Calcium and Sulfur Isotope Fractionation during Uranium Bioremediation
Druhan J, Conrad M, Williams K & DePaolo D
221  Hg Stable Isotopes in Human Hair as a Tracer for Dietary Hg Exposure
Laffont L, Sonke J, Maurice L, Bacarreza Y & Behra P
222  S and O Isotopes to Identify the Source of Sulfate in the Jialing River, a Headwater Tributary of the Yangtze
Li X-D, Liu C-Q, Liu X-L, An N & Bao L-R
223  Isotopic Evidence of Possible Cr(III) Oxidation in an Early Contaminated Site from NE Italy
Petrini R, Lutman A, Cavazzini G, Slejko F & Pezzetta E
224  Isotope Fractionation by Biomethylation of Inorganic Se Species
Schilling K, Johnson T & Wilcke W
225  Pb, Cd and Zn Isotopes as Source Tracers in Pacific/Atlantic Bivalves
Shiel AE, Weis D & Orians KJ
226  Chemical and Isotopic Investigation of Urbanized Streams in Daejeon, South Korea
Shin W-J, Lee K-S & Park Y
227  Incorporating Boron Isotope Compositions in a Spatial Investigation of the Fate of Contaminated Water
Slade AT & Whitehead B
228  Oxygen Isotopes in Phosphate as a Tracer for Sources and Pathways of Catchment P in Stream Water
Taubald H, Tonderski K, Andersson L, Ronnberg R & Ahlgren J
229  Constraining Coastal Pollution Using Stable Isotope Systematics
Torchinsky A, Shiel AE, Price M & Weis D
230  N and O Isotope Composition of Nitrate in Aquifers of the Naukluft Mountain Region, Namibia
Vennemann T, Reymond C, Bernhard C, Naude K & Miller J
231  Tracing Sources of Uranium Contamination Using Minor Isotopes
Widom E & Kuentz D
232  Groundwater Isotope Characteristics of the Potential Site of a High-Level Radioactive Waste Repository in the JiuJing Area in China
Zhou Z & Sun Z

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

13c (Poster): Solute and sediment geochemistry of fluvial systems past and present - Sponsored by the International Association of GeoChemistry

233  Contamination of Waters Related to Abandoned W-Sn Mines (Murçós, NE Portugal)
Antunes IM, Gomes ME, Neiva AM & Teixeira R
234  Sources of Colloidal and Dissolved Loads over the Hydrological Cycle in Siberian Rivers
Bagard M-L, Chabaux F, Pokrovsky O, Prokushkin A, Viers J, Derenne S & Templier J
235  Radioactive Hidrogeochemical Processes in North West Basin of Chihuahua, Mexico
Burillo JC, Reyes Cortes M, Reyes Cortes I, Espino MS, Rentería M & Montero ME
236  Geochemistry of Waters Close to Abandoned As-Au and Sb-Au Mines from Valongo, Northern Portugal
Carvalho PCS, Neiva AMR & Silva MMVG
237  Residence Time of River Sediments in the Ganges Alluvial Plain from U-Series Disequilibria
Chabaux F, Granet M, Stille P & Dosseto T
238  Environmental Geochemistry of the Second Songhua River in Northeast China
Lu JL, Hao LB, Zhao YY, Bai RJ, Cai B & Zhao XY
239  Riverine Chemical Fluxes vs. Long-Term Weathering, Central Panama
Lyons WB, Goldsmith ST, Deuerling KM, Hannah LM & Harmon RS
240  The Deep Vadoze Zone as a Source of Uranium to the Near-Shore Aquifer at the Hanford Site, Washington
McKinley J, Zachara J, Resch C, Girvin D, Kaluzny R, Vermeul V & Christensen J
241  Organic Carbon Transport in Small Mountainous Rivers on Dominica, Lesser Antilles
Mondro CA, Goldsmith ST, Trierweiler AM, Johnson BM, Welch SA & Carey AE
242  Heavy Metal Contamination in Fluvial Sediments Caused by Dexing Cu Mine, Jiangxi, China
Ni SJ, Chen CH, Zhang CJ, Lu DP & Li ZQ
243  Reno River, Northern Italy: Geochemical Composition of Water and Suspended Sediments
Rapti-Caputo D, Pavanelli D & Vaccaro C
244  Mathematical Model of Online Water Pollution Monitor
Satya Swaroop G, Rashmi Reddy PR & Karthik Ravi Teja M
245  Land-Sea Transport of Terrestrial Carbon in the Fraser River, British Columbia
Voss B, Montlucon D, Eglinton T, Pal S & Peucker-Ehrenbrink B

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15a (Poster): Life in the cold: the biogeochemistry of icy environments.

246  Analysis of Inclusion µ-Environments in Cryo-Biological Systems
Barletta R, Roe C & Brown C

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15b (Poster): Microbial Transformation of Minerals and Humic Substances - Impact on the Fate of Pollutants, Trace Metals and Nutrients

247  Characterizing Soil Organic Matter in a Biostimulated Aquifer and Zones of Natural Bioreduction
Dangelmayr M, Figueroa L & Ranville J
248  Linking Periodic Mineralogical Transformations to Changes in Aqueous Lead and Arsenic Concentrations: Implications for Long-Term Stabilization
Delemos J, Vidumsky J, Sun J, Bostick B, Brady W, Cadwalader G & DeFlaun M
249  Stimulated Cd Uptake and Accumulation in the Plant Arabidopsis halleri by Dissolution of Cd-Bearing Fe(III) (Hydr)oxides by Fe(III)-Reducing Bacteria
Krämer U, Muehe EM & Kappler A
250  Potential Role for Bacteria in Arsenic Release to Groundwater
Mumford A, Barringer J, Reilly P & Young L
251  Arsenic Localization, Speciation, and Co-occurrence with Fe on Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) Roots with Variable Fe Plaque Coatings
Seyfferth A, Webb S, Andrews J & Fendorf S
252  Bosea sp. WAO Oxidizes Metal Sulfides at Neutral pH
Walczak A, Yee N & Young L

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15c (Poster): Non-traditional Applications of Surface Complexation Modeling of Geologic Systems

253  Sorption of Co, Ni, Cu, Cd and Pb on Na-Montmorillonite: A Laboratory and Modeling Study
Akafia M & Koretsky C

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15d (Poster): Microbe – Metal interactions from the Molecular to Macroscopic Scale

254  Zinc and Cadmium Retention by Two Gram-Negative Bacteria: Surface Adsorption or Internalization?
Desaunay A & Martins JMF
255  Bacterial Biogeochemistry Revealed by Submicron X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Lai B
256  PH Dependent Proton Reactivity of Rough LPS on Live Cells
Puddephatt D & Glasauer SR
257  The Immobilisation of Toxic Heavy Metals by Biofilms in Mine Drainage Groundwater Outflow Regions
Ren J & Southam G
258  Effect of Extracellular Polymeric Substances (EPS) on Cd Adsorption to Shewanella oneidensis and Pseudomonas putida: X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure Study
Rui X, Kenney J, Fein J & Bunker B
259  Bioleaching of Low Grade Uranium Ore Using a Column Reactor
Sun Z, Liu Y & Liu J
260  Use of Solid State Voltammetric Gold-Amalgam Microelectrodes for the Analysis of Zn Adsorption to Bacteria
Yang S, Ngwenya B, Butler I & Elphick S
261  Researches on Bioavailability of Hazardous Metals in Rhizosphere and Bulk Soils of an Alluvial Plain Area
Yuan X, Li J & Li Y

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15e (Poster): Geological preservation of microorganisms

262  Distribution of Mineral Precipitates at Arctic Saline Perennial Springs and Implications for Mars
Battler M, Osinski G & Banerjee N
263  Organic Carbon and Microbial Remnants in Mazon Creek Fossils
Fernandes A, Hills A, Tsujita C & Southam G
264  Microbes Influence the Mobilization and Re-precipitation of Ag in Gossans
Izawa M, Shuster J, Banerjee N, Flemming R & Southam G
265  A Confocal Raman Proxy for Affinities and Fossilization Mode of Silurian Acritarchs
Kremer B, Kazmierczak J, Bauer M & Stark R
266  Characterization of Biominerals Associated with the Rio Tinto River, Spain
Loiselle L & Southam G
267  Biosignature Analyses of Two Different Types of Granites by Raman Spectroscopy
Schaefer N, Schmidt B & Reitner J
268  Possible Archean Mineral/Microbial Interactions: Laboratory Model of Microbial Growth on Serpentinized and Non-Serpentinized Mineral Surfaces
Vukosavljevic D, Banerjee N & Southam G

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15f (Poster): Focus on Phyllosilicates: The Old (Reduction), the New (Oxidation), and the In Between (Cycling)

269  Reduction of Structural Fe(III) in Clay Minerals by Mesophilic and Thermophilic Methanogens
Zhang J, Liu D, Dong H & Bishop M

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15g (Poster): Biogeophysics: Novel tools and methods for observing the effects of biogeochemistry

271  Resolving IP Mechanisms Using Micron-Scale Surface Conductivity Measurements and Column SIP Data
Hao N, Waterman J, Kendall T, Moysey S & Ntarlagiannis D
272  Investigating the Effect of Electro-Active Ion Concentration on Induced Polarization Signatures Arising from Biomineral Formation
Ntarlagiannis D, Williams K, Slater L, Hubbard S & Wu Y
273  Using Direct-Current and Complex Electrical Conductivity to Monitor Biogeochemical Redox Reactions
Regberg A, Singha K, Bond D, Picardal F, Zheng Q, Roden E & Brantley S
274  Electrochemical Exploration of Mechanisms for Radioprotection and Enhanced Microbial Growth in Radiation Fields
Turick C, Ekechukwu A, Milliken C, Beam D, Casadevall A & Dadachova E
275  Noninvasive Geophysical Imaging of Ureolytic CaCO3 Precipitation
Wu Y, Ajo-Franklin J, Armstrong R & Hubbard S
276  The Biogeochemical Cycle of Sulfur during the Coal Accumulation Process in Early Paleozoic of Southern China
Yao S, Ding H, Hu K & Jiao K

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15h (Poster): Cell-Mineral Interactions: Biological and Geochemical Implications

277  Mineral Surface Regulation of Biological Growth and Distribution
Bank T & Nesaraja P
278  High Resolution Functional Group Mapping of Fungi on a Mineral Surface
Bray A, Bonneville S, Cinque G, Frogley M, Wehbe K, Filik J, Duran A, Schmalenberger A, Romero-Gonzalez M & Benning L
279  Transcriptional Analysis of the Response to Supersaturated Silicic Acid in Thermus Thermophilus
Fujino Y, Ohshima T, Yokoyma T & Doi K
280  Microbial Biofilms on Stone Surfaces
Hallmann C, Stannek L, Fritzlar D, Friedl T & Hoppert M
281  Synergistic Use of ZVI and SRB in Groundwater Remediation: Impact on Metal Removal and Stability
Kumar N, Bastiaens L, Vanbroekhoven K, Millot R, Battaglia-Brunet F & Diels L
282  Investigating Cell-Mineral Interactions and the Geochemistry of Methanogenic Activity in a Low-Temperature Serpentinizing System
Mayhew L, McCollom T & Templeton A
283  Role of Ferric and Aluminum Ions for Silica Biodeposition on the Surface of Microbes
Naren G, Bai S, Okaue Y & Yokoyama T
284  Endolithic Habitats in Shocked Gneisses from Haughton Impact Structure, Devon Island, Canada
Pontefract A, Osinski G, Cockell C & Southam G
285  Effect of Heterotrophic Bacteria (Pseudomonas reactants) on Olivine Dissolution Kinetics in the Context of CO2 Storage in Basalts
Shirokova L, Pokrovsky O, Benezeth P, Gerard E, Menez B & Alfredsson H
286  The Immobilization of Au(III) Chloride by Halophilic, Sulfate Reducing Bacteria
Shuster J, Marsden S, MacLean L, Bolin T & Southam G
287  Isolation and Characterisation of a Bioflocculant M-2 Produced by Galactomyces sp
Wan Y
288  Investigations of the Influence of Microbial Cells on Phosphate Mineral Precipitation
Wright K, Fujita Y, Henriksen J, Spycher N & Conrad M

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

15o (Poster): Transformation of radionuclides by microorganisms and minerals

289  Sorption and Biomineralization of Uranium by a Microbe
Baik MH & Lee SY
290  Effect of Natural Humic Substances on the Dissolution and Stability of Reduced Technetium and Uranium
Gu B, Dong W, Lou W & Wall N
291  Biogeochemical Modelling of Water-Rock-Microbe System in Horonobe Area, Japan
Iwatsuki T, Sasaki Y, Ito T, Asano T, Aamano Y, Yoshikawa H, Aoki K, Nakamura T & Nagaoka T
292  Behavior of Eu during Culture of Paramecium sp. with Yeast Cells Sorbing Eu
Kozai N, Ohnuki T, Satoh T & Esaka F
293  Neptunium Redox Cycling in Sediments – An XAS Study
Law G, Geissler A, Livens F, Denecke M, Lloyd J & Morris K
294  Sorption Characteristics of Co2+ Ions on Biogenic Birnessite: Comparison with Synthetic Analogues
Sasaki K, Yu Q & Kaseyama T
295  Bacterial Community Analysis of Contaminated Soils from Chernobyl
Sergeant C, Chapon V, Berthomieu C, Vesvres M-H, Piette L, Le Marrec C, Coppin F, Fevrier L & Martin-Garin A
296  Effect of Iron on Reduction of Se(IV) by Shewanella putrefaciens
Suzuki Y, Tanaka K & Ohnuki T
297  Co Oxidation by Mn Oxide Produced by a Mn-Oxidizing Bacterium
Tanaka K, Suzuki Y & Ohnuki T
298  Reduction-Oxidation Cyclings of Clay Mineral Nontronite (NAu-2) and Its Effect on Tc Immobilization
Yang J, Dong H & Bishop M

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

16b (Poster): Biogeochemical Processes in Aquatic Ecosystems

299  Zinc Interaction with Glucosamine-Functionalized Fused Silica/Water Interfaces at pH 7 and 10 mM NaCl Studied by Second Harmonic and Vibrational Sum Frequency Generation
Chen EH & Geiger FM
300  Biogeochemistry of Weeks Bay during Bottom Water Hypoxic and Norm-Oxic Events
Ezell J & McNeal K
301  Study of Denitrification Process in Ishikari River System, Japan
Jha PK & Masao M
302  Effects of Road Salts on Pore Water Geochemistry of Lake Sediments
Kim S-Y & Koretsky C
303  Biomineralization of Halotrichite on Bauxite Ores
Laskou M, Economou-Eliopoulos M & Mitsis I
304  Macrofaunal Transport Dynamics in Marine Sediments as Inferred from 2D Images
Meile C, Lopez-Maisonave C & Waldbusser G
305  Possible Novel Mechanism of Anaerobic Methane Oxidation in Permanently Ice-Covered Lake Fryxell, Antarctica
Samarkin V, Madigan M, Bowles M & Joye S
306  Distribution of N-Alkanes in Sediments of the Baikal Lake
Shulga N, Ponyaev M, Belyaev N & Peresypkin V
307  Impact of Anthropogenic Bioturbation on Nutrient Chemistry of a Small Urban Pond
Von Bargen JM, Trierweiler AM, Goldsmith ST, Deuerling KM, Mondro CA, Stutz JE, Welch SA & Carey AE
308  Modelling DIC and DOC Transport from the Baltic Sea Catchment
Wällstedt T, Mörth C-M, Schurgers G, Smith B & Humborg C

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

16c (Poster): Geochemistry and Biogeochemistry of Toxic Elements in the Environment

309  Bioaccumulated Metals in Native Plants from the Mining Area of Rodalquilar (South Spain)
Bagur-González MG, Morales-Ruano S, Martín Peinado FJ, Estepa Molina C & Carrillo Rosúa FJ
310  Abiotic and Biotic Contribution in the Formation of Al and Si Rich Iron-Stromatolites (Tharsis, SW Spain)
Caraballo MA, Sarmiento AM, Nieto Liñán JM & Sanchez-Rodas D
311  Zinc Removal by Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria: Implications for Acid Mine Drainage Treatment
Castillo Hernandez JC, Perez Lopez R, Caraballo Monge M & Nieto Liñan JM
312  Using Sediment Fuel Cells to Detect Contaminants in Aquatic and Shallow Subsurface Environments
de Jong LM, Bohncke NC, van Rossum PH & van der Weijden RD
313  Interaction between Aluminium Ion and Poly(acrylic Acid) in Aqueous Solution
Etou M, Masaki Y, Bai S, Tsuji Y, Okaue Y & Yokoyama T
314  Selective Chemical Extraction of Heavy Metals and Arsenic in Soils Contaminated by Mining Activity (Northern Portugal): Biogeochemical Implications
Favas P, Pratas J & Gomes ME
315  Effects of Arsenic-Bearing Deposits on Groundwater Resources along Zagros Orogen in Iran
Ghazban F & Ardestani M
316  Application of the Modified-BCR Sequential Extraction Procedure to the Assessment of the Anthropogenic Pollution in Contaminated Soils from the City of Huelva (SW Spain)
Guillén MT, Delgado J, Nieto Liñán JM & Caraballo MA
317  An Assessment of Soil Contamination due to Selenium Around an Ash Pond of a Coal-Based Thermal Power Plant in China
Jiang S-M, Hua M & Zheng M-H
318  Mineral Species Controlling the Solubility of Al in Acid Sulfate Soil Waters
Jones A, Collins R & Waite TD
319  Geochemical and Mineralogical Characterization of Arsenic-Contaminated Soil at Chonam Gold Mine, South Korea
Kong M, Yoon H, Yoon C & Roh Y
320  Arsenic and Mercury Enrichments in the Sediments of the Geothermal Springs of Playa Santispac, Concepcion Bay, Baja California Peninsula
Leal-Acosta ML, Shumilin E, Sapozhnikov D, Gordeev V & Mirlean N
321  Cultivation Practices Affect Heavy Metal Migration between Soil and Vicia Faba
Li F, Ni L, Yuan J & Sheng GD
322  Divalent Metal Removal from Highly Metal Polluted Acid Mine Drainage, Iberian Pyrite Belt
Macías Suárez F, Caraballo Monge MA, Nieto Liñán JM & Ayora Ibañez C
323  Biogeochemistry of Manganese: Case Study in Venarch Mine, Iran
Makvandi S, Mohaghegh B & Mashhadi Akbar Boojar M
324  Comparative Geochemical Analysis of Arsenic Hotspots and Low-As Areas in Murshidabad, West Bengal, India
Neal A, Haug TJ, Johannesson K, Purkait B & Datta S
325  Runoff Water Pollution in India
Patel KS, Ambade A, Nicolas J & Yubero E
326  Environmental Geochemistry of Argemela Mine Area (Barco, Central Portugal)
Pereira E, Antunes IM & Monteiro MC
327  Mercury in Contaminated Soils from the Zlatna Mining District (Apuseni Mountains, Romania)
Petrescu L, Denisa J & Milu C
328  Uranium Accumulation in the Plants of the Old Mine of Sevilha (Central Portugal
Pratas J, Favas P, Paulo C & Rodrigues N
329  Selenium Fractionation in Se-Rich Soils and Rock Spoils in Enshi by Alkaline Extraction
Qin H-B, Zhu J-M, Lei L & Su H
330  Identification of Geochemical Facies and Processes of Fluoride Enrichment in Ground Water of Fracture Granitic Aquifer of Chimakurthy Watershed, Southern India
Reddy A & Reddy D
331  Arsenic Bioaccessibility Through in Vitro Extractions of Mine Wastes
Shdo S, Francies J & Kim C
332  Speciation and Migration Pathways of 137Cs and Plutonium Isotopes on Geochemical System River – Sea
Travkina A & Stepanets O
333  Statistical Evaluation of Seasonal Variation of Trace Elements in Soils and Tea Plants from the Çayeli Cu Deposit (NE Turkey)
Yaylali-Abanuz G & Tüysüz N
334  The Pathways of Selenium Poisoning in Enshi, China
Zhu J-M, Johnson TM, Qin H-B & Su H-C

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

16e (Poster): Biogeochemical Controls on Mercury Transformation and Global Cycling

335  Exploring Complex Relationships Among Fish Tissue Mercury Concentrations, Drivers of Trophic Status, and Watershed Characteristics in Maine Lakes
Bacon LC, Amirbahman A, Norton SA, Simon K & Fernandez IJ
336  Photochemical Reactions of Mercuric Sulfide Nanoparticles
Carraway E & Xu X
337  Microbial Methylation of Mercury Sulfides: Comparison between Dissolved Hg-Sulfides, Nanoparticulate and Bulk Scale HgS
Deshusses M, Zhang T & Hsu-Kim H
338  Development of a Dynamic Mercury Cycling Model for the Gulf of Mexico
Harris R, Pollman C, Landing W, Morey S, Dukhovskoy D & Axelrad D
339  Mercury Deposition Through Litterfall and Subsequent Accumulation in Soils: Does Forest Community Type Matter?
Juillerat J & Ross D
340  The Impacts of Mariculture on Mercury Distribution in Sediments and Cultured Fish
Liang P, Shao D, Wang H, Wu S, Shi J & Wong M
341  Reduction of Hg(II) to Hg(0) by Nitrate Enrichment Cultures Derived from Subsurface Sediments
Lin C-C, Wang Y, Wiatrowski H, Yee N & Barkay T
342  Inter-Comparison of Methods to Detect Methylmercury in Porewater of Rice Paddy
Liu J, Feng X, Shang L, Qiu G, Yan H & Yao H
343  Complexation and Reactivity of Mercury with Natural Organic Matter (NOM) and Particles in East Fork Poplar Creek in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
Miller C, Gu B & Liang L
344  Molecular Scale Transformations of Hg(II) during Coupled Biotic and Abiotic Processes
Mishra B, Boyanov M, O'Loughlin E & Kemner K
345  Enhanced Dissolution of Cinnabar by Dissolved Organic Matter in Anoxic Solutions
Nagy K & Kerr M
347  Metabolic Diversity and Identification of Soil Microbial Communities in Mercury Contaminated Soil of Oak Ridge, TN
Wright K, McNeal K & Han F

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

16f (Poster): Dynamics of colloidal and particulate materials in rivers and river-dominated estuaries

348  Variations in the Distribution and Radiocarbon Age of Lignin Phenols Exported by Large River Systems
Feng X, Montlucon DB & Eglinton TI
349  Aggregation of Colloidal Montmorillonite and Organic Matter: Implications for the Estuarine Processes
Furukawa Y & Watkins J
350  Partitioning and Transformation of Phosphorus between Dissolved, Colloidal and Particulate Phases in the Bay of Saint Louis
Guo L & Lin P
351  Variations in Composition and Size of Dissolved and Colloidal Organic Matter in the Bay of St. Louis Estuary
Zhou Z & Guo L

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

17b (Poster): Nanogeology: How nanoparticle structure and composition lead to unique function and reactivity

352  Surface Structure Effects on Gibbsite Nanoparticle Reactivity
Bickmore B, Rosso K & Madden A
353  Surface Characteristics of Magnetite Nanoparticles Synthesized by Metal Reducing Bacteria
Kim Y & Roh Y
354  Imaging Nanoparticle Transport with Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Lakshmanan S, Holmes W, Sloan B & Phoenix V
355  Acquisition of Fe from Hematite (Nano)particles by an Aerobic Microorganism
Maurice P, Dehner C, Barton L & Dubois J
356  Removal of Borate with Magnisium Oxides Prepared at Different Temperatures
Moriyama S, Sasaki K, Yoshizaka H & Hirajima T
357  Hematite Nanoparticle Structure and Reactivity
Quicksall A, Barton L, Chupas P, Kosel T & Maurice P
358  Influence of MgO Nanoparticle Size on Available Surface Area for Carbonation
Ruminski A & Urban J
359  Structural Study of Aluminous Goethite Nano/Micro Particles
Song Z, Quicksall A, Chupas P, Bunker B & Maurice P
360  Silver Nanoparticles: Biosynthesis and Comparative Toxicity on Gram -ve and Gram +ve Bacteria
Suresh AK, Pelletier D, Brown S, Gu B, Wang W, David A, David J, Phelps T & Doktycz M

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

17c (Poster): Looking into the Nanoworld using X-Rays

361  Applications of Synchrotron Based X-Ray Microprobe Techniques in Environmental Nanoparticle Research
Arai Y
362  Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction Study of the in situ Hydrothermal Phase Transformation from Akaganéite to Hematite
Peterson K, Heaney P & Post J

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

18b (Poster): Elementary Reaction Mechanisms in Geochemistry

363  Crystallographic Control of Sheet Silicate Dissolution
Kurganskaya I, Arvidson R & Luttge A
364  Isothermal Transition of Pyrrhotines into Goethite in the Atmosphere of the Earth
Mashukov A, Onufrienok V & Mashukova A
365  The Kinetics of Binding of Aspartic Acid to Aqueous Calcium Ion by Molecular Dynamics
Warren DM & Stack A

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

18c (Poster): Molecular properties of aqueous solutions at mineral surfaces and in nanopores

366  Spectroscopic and DFT Studies of Pentachlorophenol Reactions on Fe(III)-Montmorillonite Clay Surfaces
Gu C, Liu C, Johnston C, Teppen B & Boyd S
367  Molecular Simulations of Electrokinetic Phenomena at the Solid-Liquid Interface
Predota M, Wesolowski DJ, Machesky ML & Cummings PT
368  Interfacial Properties of Alkali Halide Brines in Confined Nanopores
Wander M & Shuford K

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

18h (Poster): Structure and properties of silicate melts, glasses and fluids

369  Diffusion in Silicate Melts: Kinetics and Mechanisms of Redox Reactions
Cochain B, Neuville D & Richet P
370  The Structural Equilibria in Heterogeneous Silicate Systems: On the Hypothesis to Practice
Khleborodova O
371  Raman Spectroscopy of Germanate and Germanosilicate Glasses and Melts
Koroleva O, Bykov V & Ivanova T
372  Isotope Separation by Diffusion: Competing Effects of Chemical and Isotopic Exchange
Watkins J, Peterson B & DePaolo D
373  The Pressure-Induced Structural Changes in Na-Aluminosilicates and Mg-Silicates at High Pressure: Insights from Solid-State NMR and First-Principle Calculations
Yi YS & Lee SK

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

20a (Poster): Frontiers in mass independent isotope geochemistry

374  Chromatographic Pre-Concentration of Hg from Dilute Aqueous Solutions for Isotopic Measurement by MC-ICP-MS
Chen JB, Hintelmann H & Dimock B
375  Indirect Determination of the North-Pacific Ocean Hg MIF Baseline
Dupre B, Sonke J & Point D
376  Exploring Mass Independent Fractionation in Aqueous Phase Sulfur Chemistry: The Contribution of Magnetic Isotope Effects
Kopf S & Ono S
377  17O Anomalies in Sedimentary Silica and Oxides
Levin N, Raub T, Dauphas N & Eiler J
378  Pb Isotope Fractionation during Photodissociation of Tetraethyllead in Aqueous Solution
Malinovsky D, Kashulin N & Vanhaecke F
379  Mass Independent Fractionation ‎during the NOx Cycle‎
Michalski G, Bhattacharya S & Girsch G
380  Large MIF on O2 Photo-Dissociation and its Relevance to Earth Wind
Yamada A, Nanbu S, Kasai Y & Ozima M

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

20c (Poster): Advances in Plasma Based Spectrometer in Geoanalysis

381  A Desolvating Nebulizer System for U-Series Dating with Multicollector ICP-MS
Horton M & Smith F

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

20g (Poster): High Precision and High Resolution SIMS Analyses: New Applications to Earth and Planetary Science

382  Calibrating Ti Concentrations in Quartz on the SIMS Using NIST Silicate Glasses with Applications to the TitaniQ Geothermobarometer
Behr W, Thomas J & Hervig R
383  Towards an Improved IMS 1280 Model: The IMS 1280-HR
Peres P, Fernandes F, de Chambost E, Schuhmacher M, Saliot P & Davis AN
384  Sulfate Standards for in situ High Spatial Resolution SIMS Measurements
Reuschel M, Whitehouse MJ, Lepland A, Melezhik VM & Strauss H
385  Recent Instrumental Development on the NanoSIMS Ion Microprobe
Saliot P, Davis A, Horreard F & Hillion F
386  Zircon Oxygen Isotopes by SIMS: Performance Evaluation of the Canadian IMS1280
Stern R & Ickert R
387  Recent Progress of Small Spot Oxygen Isotope Analysis at WiscSIMS
Ushikubo T, Kita NT & Valley JW

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

20h (Poster): In-situ chemical detection in extreme and extra-terrestrial environments

388  In situ Instrumentation for Sub-Surface Planetary Geochemistry
Bodnarik J, Evans L, Floyd S, Lim L, McClanahan T, Namkung M, Parsons A, Schweitzer J, Starr R & Trombka J
389  In situ Fabrication of Chemical Sensing Arrays in Extreme Environments
Quinn R, Grunthaner F, Mielke R, Chun W & White V
390  Evolved Gas Analysis Coupled with Cavity Ringdown Spectrometry for in situ δ13C Measurements of Mars Analog Materials
Stern J, McAdam A, Franz H & Mahaffy P
391  In situ Measurement of CH3SH on Earth and Mars
Vance S, Christensen L & Webster C
392  Micro Total Analysis System Development for in situ Chemical Exploration of Titan and Mars
Willis P, Fisher A, Greer F, Mora M, Mair D & Jiao H

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

20i (Poster): Addressing Reference Material Needs for Whole Rock, Micro-analysis and Stable Isotope Analysis

393  Characterization of a Potential Ilmenite Reference Material
Donohue PH, Simonetti A & Neal CR
394  Effects of Fe and Mn on Stoichiometric Characterization of Dolomites by Cell and Rietveld Refinements
Kohler E, Turpin M & Nader F
395  Evaluation of Some Feldspar Specimens as Candidates to be Characterized as Reference Materials for their Minor and Trace Element Contents
Logan MAV

Tuesday 15th June PM: Room Ex

20m (Poster): Developments in Cyberinfrastructure in Petrology, Geochemistry and Geochronology

The LEPR 2.0
Ghiorso M
Library of Experimental Phase Relations (LEPR): Status, Prospects, Challenges
Hirschmann M, Ghiorso M & Nielsen R
MagIC Database: Comprehensive Archiving and Visualization of Rock- and Paleomagnetic Data Using Web 2.0 Technology
Koppers A, Minnett R, Tauxe L & Constable C
EarthChem: Next Generation of Data Services in Geochemistry
Lehnert K, Walker D, Chan C & Ash J
Development of Cyber-Infrastructure for Experimental Data and Trace Element Partitioning (traceDs)
Nielsen R, Ghiorso M, Koppers A & Cunningham J
10  Collaboration of EarthChem and EARTHTIME to Develop a Geochronology and Thermochronology Database
Walker JD, Ash JM, Bowring J, Bowring SA, Deino AL, Kislitsyn R, Koppers AA & Lehnert KL