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Robert M Hazen Robert M Hazen
Geophysical Laboratory, Carnegie Institution

http://hazen.gl.ciw.edu

Robert M. Hazen, Senior Staff Scientist at the Carnegie Institution of Washington’s Geophysical Laboratory and the Clarence Robinson Professor of Earth Science at George Mason University, received the B.S. and S.M. in geology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Ph.D. at Harvard University in Earth science. He is also Executive Director of the Deep Carbon Observatory ( http://deepcarbon.net ). A Past President of the Mineralogical Society of America, Hazen’s recent research focuses on "mineral evolution", possible roles of minerals in the origin of life, and the coevolution of the geosphere and biosphere.
Session convenor: 02g

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Abstracts submitted to previous conferences

Below are all abstracts at recent previous conferences in the conference archives authored by rhazen@ciw.edu.

(2013) A Mineralogical Record of Metallogeny Associated with Supercontinent Assembly
Liu X-M, Hazen R, Downs R, Golden J, Grew E, Hystad G & Sverjensky D


(2013) Attachment of Aspartic Acid at the Brucite [Mg(OH)2]-Water Interface
Estrada C, Sverjensky D & Hazen R





(2012) Experimental Evidence that Redox State Influences Amino Acid Stability Under Hydrothermal Conditions
Lee N, Foustoukos D, Sverjensky D, Cody G & Hazen R

(2012) Mercury Isotopes in the Precambrian
Bergquist BA, Ghosh S, Ono S, Hazen RM, Sverjensky D, Papineau D, Kah LC & Joel B

(2012) Prebiotic Selection of D-Ribose on Mineral Surfaces
Klochko K, Hazen R, Sverjensky D & Cody G

(2012) Probing the Interactions between Glutamic Acid and Diopside
Estrada CF, Chen EH, Geiger FM, Sverjensky DA & Hazen RM


(2011) Mineral Evolution: What's New?
Hazen R, Downs R, Golden J, Grew E, McMillan M, Ralph J & Sverjensky D



(2011) Invited: Surface Complexation Evidence that Amino Acids Prefer Special Sites on Oxide Surfaces
Sverjensky D, Hazen R, Azzolini D, Lee N & Klochko K

(2011) Surface Structures on Rutile Guide Organic Molecule Attachment
Livi K, Schaffer B, Azzolini D, Hardcastle T, Seabourne C, Scott A, Sverjensky D, Hazen R & Brydson R

(2011) The Role of Mineral Surface Chemistry in the Prebiotic Selection of Pentose Sugars
Klochko K, Sverjensky D, Hazen RM & Cleaves HJ

(2011) The Stability of Amino Acids Under Redox-Constrained Hydrothermal Conditions
Lee N, Foustoukos D, Sverjensky D, Cleaves HJ, Klochko K & Hazen R

(2010) Adsorption of Amino Acids on Oxide Surfaces as a Function of Environmental Conditions
Lee N, Jonsson C, Jonsson C, Ohara S, Cody G, Klochko K, Cleaves JH, Sverjensky D & Hazen R

(2010) Attachment of Acidic Amino Acids to Mineral Surfaces: Implications for Prebiotic Chemistry
Sverjensky D, Jonsson C, Jonsson C, Estrada C, Lee N, Klochko K, Cleaves J, Hazen R, Parikh S, Kubicki J & Sparks D

(2010) Clay Mineral Evolution
Hazen R, Bish D, Elmore S & Sverjensky D


(2010) Keynote: U and Th Mineral Evolution
Hazen R, Ewing R & Sverjensky D

(2010) Unanswered Questions in Deep Carbon Science
Hemley R, Bertka C & Hazen R

(2008) Invited: Glutamate Surface Speciation on Amorphous Titanium Dioxide and Hydrous Ferric Oxide
Sverjensky DA, Jonsson CM, Jonsson CL, Cleaves HJ & Hazen RM

(2008) Mineralogical Coevolution of the Geo- and Biospheres
Hazen R, Papineau D, Bleeker W, Downs R, Ferry J, McCoy T, Sverjensky D & Yang H

(2008) Oxidation State during Weathering on the Early Earth
Lee N, Sverjensky DA & Hazen RM

(2008) Surface Speciation of Aspartate and Glutamate on Titanium Dioxide
Jonsson C, Jonsson C, Sverjensky D, Cleaves HJ, Hazen R & Cody G

(2008) The Interactions of Nucleic Acid Components with Rutile Surfaces
Cleaves HJ, Jonsson C, Jonsson C, Sverjensky D & Hazen R

(2002) Abiotic Carbon Fixation Promoted by Transition Metal Sulfides Under Hydrothermal Conditions
Cody G, Boctor N, Brandes J, Filley T, Hazen R & Yoder Jr H


(2001) Hydrothermal Origins of Biochemical Organosynthesis: A Red Herring or the Geochemical Roots of Life?
Cody GD, Boctor NZ, Hazen RM, Scott JH, Sharma A & Yoder HS