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The name of each author is followed by a code providing the details of each presentation. The first indicates the session number, the second the time of the presentation, or poster board number, and the third the day of the presentation. For example, 07g/15:30/Th indicates on oral presentation in session 07g at 15:30 on Thursday. Codes in bold indicate a presenting author. Clicking on the code will take you to the session listing for that session.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | Đ | Ł | Ø | Þ

Haldorsson, S.A. 04i/105/Thu Primordial and Recycled Noble Gases in the Deep Mantle

Hale, C. 08i/15:30/Fri Using 87Sr/86Sr Ratios of Carbonate Minerals to Quantify Dust Fluxes from Desert Playas to the Urban Wasatch Front, Utah, USA

Halevy, I. 10b/09:15/Tue Multiple S Isotope Ratios of Glacial vs. Interglacial Pyrite: Insight into the Controls on Diagenetic Signals in Marine Sediments
10h/10:45/Tue Depositional Conditions Control Marine Sedimentary Pyrite Isotopes
10h/11:15/Tue A Mechanistic Understanding of Oxygen Isotope Effects during Microbial Sulfate Reduction
10d/15:15/Wed Deciphering the Atmospheric Signal in Marine Sulfate Oxygen Isotope Composition

Haley, B. 07i/321/Wed In situ Marine Silicate Weathering as a Source of Fe to the Oxic Ocean
11d/387/Wed Determining Rates and Mechanisms of Geologic Respiration at Watershed Scales
07i/10:00/Fri Marine Rare Earth Elements, Neodymium Isotopes and the Benthic Reactive Layer

Haley, M. 04i/110/Thu Assembly of Magmas in Earth’s Upper Crust: Insights at the Micro and Macro Scale from Granitic Batholiths

Halfar, J. 08c/195/Wed Advances in the Mg/Ca-Temperature Proxy in Coralline Algae: A Case Study in the Genus Clathromorphum

Hall, C. 13d/408/Mon Urban Farms and Personal Gardens Provide Insight into Lead Contamination in Philadelphia Soils

Hall, G. 13j/08:45/Wed Spectroscopic Characterization of Aqua [fac-Tc(CO)3]+ Complexes at High Ionic Strength
13j/14:30/Wed Understanding the Chemistry of Low-Valent Technetium Species Relevant to their Separation from Hanford Tank Waste

Hall, J. 09f/15:30/Thu The Impact of the Cretaceous–Paleogene (K–Pg) Mass Extinction Event on the Global Sulfur Cycle: Evidence from Seymour Island, Antarctica

Hall, N.G. 13j/17:00/Tue Effects of Calcite Impurities in Bentonite Buffer Systems on Uranium(VI) Solution Speciation and Sorption Behavior

Hall, P.A. 10f/10:00/Fri Late to the Party: Australia’s Tardy Expansion of C4 Vegetation Linked to Australian Summer Monsoon

Halldórsson, S.A. 02b/6/Mon Iron Isotope and Fe3+/Fetotal Hetereogenity Preserved on Inter-Eruption Lengthscales in Iceland
11a/338/Mon Isotopic Constrains on the Origin of Sulfur in the Icelandic Oceanic Crust and Hotspot
02c/31/Thu Spatial Distribution of Helium Isotopes in Icelandic Geothermal Fluids and Volcanic Materials
04i/121/Thu Origin of Volatile-Enriched Basalts of the Kverkfjöll Volcanic System, Iceland
11b/328/Thu Origin of the CO2 Fluxes of the Icelandic Hotspot
04i/15:00/Fri Olivine Reveals Distinct δ18O Domains in the Icelandic Mantle

Hallek, T. 05h/157/Mon Molecular Contents of the Lower Eocene (Ypresian) Source Rock in Tunisia

Halliday, A. 02b/09:45/Mon Stable Nickel Isotope Fractionation in Planetary Materials
02e/16:00/Mon Using Stable Chromium Isotope Measurements of Komatiites to Unlock Chromium’s Geochemical Behaviour in the Mantle
01h/15:30/Wed Cosmogenic Controls on Vanadium Isotopes in Lunar Basalts

Hallmann, C. 10f/10:45/Fri Extreme Heterotrophy after Snowball Earth

Halloran, K.H. 10h/294/Mon Calcium Isotope Fractionation of Authigenic Carbonates in Microbial Cultures

Halton, A. 05e/16:00/Thu Gangue Mineralogy and in situ Ar/Ar Geochronology of Carbonate Hosted Lead Zinc Deposits: Implications for Ore Deposit Classification

Haluzová, E. 07j/206/Tue Copper, Zinc, Chromium and Osmium Isotopic Compositions of the Teplá-Barrandian Unit Black Shales

Halverson, G. 07c/15:45/Mon Insights into the Genesis of post-Marinoan Barite Using Ba Isotopes
09m/309/Tue What Controls the Preservation of Precambrian Organic-Walled Microfossils in Shales?
09m/15:15/Wed Eukaryotic Paleoecology at the End of the Boring Billion: Insights from Bylot Supergroup, Arctic Canada

Ham, B. 10m/16:45/Mon Geochemical and Microbial Characteristics of Waste Disposal Sites Affected by Seawater Intrusion and High Alkalinity

Hama, T. 06a/177/Mon Characterisitcs of Riverine Constituents Relating to Aggregation and Insolubilization Caused in Estuarine Areas of Shirawkawa and Midorikawa Rivers, Kumamoto, Japan

Hamasaki, H. 03l/96/Tue Causes of Sulfur Isotope Fractionation during Thermochemical Sulfate Reduction by Organic Matter
03l/10:15/Thu (Bio)geochemical Cycles of S, C, Fe, and O on the Hotter Archean Earth

Hamelin, C. 04i/108/Thu Eruptive Pathways and Melt-Mantle Interactions at a Magma-Starved Mid-Oceanic Ridge

Hamilton, J. 11b/15:00/Fri Tracing Cation and Anion Exchange in Hydrotalcite Minerals Using Stable C, O and Mg Isotopes

Hamilton, T. 09j/16:30/Mon Cryptic Oxygen Oases: Hypolithic Oxygenic Photosynthesis in Hydrothermal Areas as a Model for Continental Oxidation Before the GOE
10f/15:15/Fri Anoxygenic Photosynthesis Across Temperature and pH Space

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