Details for: Shuhei Ono

Shuhei Ono is Associate Professor in Low Temperature Geochemistry at the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research group develops and applies novel isotope proxies to trace evolution and interaction between microbe and geochemistry. Recent research topics include application of tunable laser spectroscopy for precise measurements of clumped methane isotopologue and its application to define diverse origin of methane in the environment. He is a co-chair for Boston Goldschmidt 2018
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(2019) Multi Isotopic (δ56Fe, δ34S, Δ33S) Constraints on the Origin and Mineralization of Sulfide in the Oceanic Crust
Stefansson A, Kleinie B, Gunnarsson-Robin J, Ono S, Halldorsson SA, Whitehouse MJ & Jonasson K

(2018) Isotopic Constrains on the Origin of Sulfur in the Icelandic Oceanic Crust and Hotspot
Stefansson A, Halldorsson SA, Ono S, Whitehouse MJ, Bali E, Kleine BI & Gunnarsson-Robin J

(2016) Multiple Sulfur-Isotopic Evidence for Prolonged Earliest Jurassic Euxinia
Luo G, Richoz S, van de Schootbrugge B, Algeo T, Xie S, Ono S & Summons R

(2015) Fractionation of 13CH3D during Microbial Methanogenesis
Gruen D, Wang D, Koenneke M, Hinrichs K-U, Stewart L, Topcuoglu B, Holden J, Pape T, Bohrmann G, Hristov A & Ono S

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

Committee member

Goldschmidt2018 Organizing Committee: Co-chair
Goldschmidt2018 Local Organizing Committee: Co-chair
Goldschmidt2018 Grant Committee: Member
Goldschmidt2016 Organising Committee: Liason Committee


Goldschmidt2017: Gast Lectureship

Session convener

Goldschmidt2016 - Session 14g: Deep Biosphere: Biogeochemical Elemental Cycles, Serpentinization and Evolution of Life in the Earth’s Interior
Goldschmidt2013 - Session 01a: Origin and Application of Mass-Independent Isotope Fractionation in Solar System Evolution, Earth History, and Atmospheric and Environmental Chemistry
Goldschmidt2010 - Session 20a: Frontiers in Mass Independent Isotope Geochemistry


Goldschmidt2018: Mentor (Mentoring BRAHMANAND NARAHARI SAWANT)