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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

Im, J. 06h/160/Wed TEM and MAS NMR Spectroscopic Studies on Obsidian Glass in Welded Tuff, Ulleung Island, Korea, with Emphasis on Sanidine Microlites as Impurities

İmer, A. 09a/290/Tue Age and Geochemical Constraints on Formation of Fault-Related Late Quaternary Carbonate Veins from Southern Turkey

Imf, E. 04j/15:45/Mon Tracking Basalt Degassing Using Volatile Stable Isotope Fractionation

Immenhauser, A. 10b/09:30/Tue Microbial Activity Affects Sulfur Distribution in Biogenic Aragonite
07j/11:15/Tue Cretaceous Gypsum Pseudomorphs in Anatolia—Deciphering Textures and Isotopic Signatures (C, O) from Formation to Metamorphism

Imoto, J. 13j/09:30/Tue Speciation of Uranium Released to the Environment with Cesium-Rich Microparticles from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

Inagaki, F. 10a/14:15/Tue Temperature Limits of the Deep Biosphere
05b/125/Tue Gas Hydrate Formation Assciated with Migration of Deep Sourced Fluid in the Krishna–Godavari Basin, Eastern Continental Margin of India
10a/321/Tue The Dormant Deep Biosphere: Assessing Global Abundance of Bacterial Endospores and their Response to Burial and Aging in the Marine Subseafloor
00a/11:45/Thu Exploring Deep Microbial Life In The Planetary Interior: What Are The Limits of Habitability?

Indivero, J. 07f/298/Wed High-Resolution Biogeochemical Monitoring along Three Types of Coastal Interface Ecosystems in the Pacific Northwest

Ingalls, M. 07c/17:00/Mon Spatial Stable Isotope Variability in Modern Lacustrine Carbonate: How do Local Microbial Processes Translate to the Sedimentary Record?
08e/215/Wed Do you Need a PBL on a 253 Plus? Uncertainty in ∆47 Measurements

Inglis, E. 03e/16:45/Thu Stable Zr Isotope Fractionation during Magmatic Differentiation: Insights into the Evolution of Earth’s Crust
04i/10:15/Fri Extreme Mantle Heterogeneity Preserved in Earth’s Oceanic Crust

Inglis, G. 08l/09:45/Mon Elevated Terrestrial Temperatures during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: A Multi-Proxy Perspective
08e/16:00/Thu Every Model-Data Mismatch Has a Silver Lining

Ingrin, J. 02e/21/Mon Mantle Transition Zone Source of Cenozoic Water-Rich Intraplate Magmatism in Eastern China

Injac, S. 06o/16:00/Wed Thermal Behaviour of Tc and Re Salts

Innocenti Malini, R. 06g/15:00/Mon Why no Aragonite? Polymorph Selection in the Early Stages of Calcium Carbonate Nucleation
06e/10:30/Wed Effects of a Common Buffer on Calcium Phosphate Nucleation: Does TRIS Modify the Association of Calcium and Phosphate Ions?
06m/10:45/Thu Simulating the Effect of Peptides on Calcium Carbonate Nucleation

Inoue, S. 06a/15:15/Tue Structure Transformation of Core-Shell Mn Oxide Nanowires by Removal of Mn(II) from Aqueous Solution

Inoue, T. 02c/09:45/Fri Incorporation of Nitrogen into the Lower-Mantle Minerals Under High Pressure and High Temperature

Insung, L. 05d/116/Mon Petrographic and Geochemical Characteristics of the Mesoproterozoic Granitoids (Granite, pegmatite) of Kibara Belt (1600-1000 Myrs) Bearing Sn-Nb-Ta-W and Cu Ore Minerals in Maniema Province /D.R.Congo

Ionov, D. 02b/10:00/Mon The Vanadium Isotopic Composition of the BSE: Constraints from Peridotites and Komatiites
02e/16:15/Mon Hf-Nd Isotope Systematics in Mantle Xenoliths from Siberia and Mongolia

Ipnt, I. 04j/11:00/Tue Iron Isotope Fractionation in Olivine-Hosted Melt Inclusions as an Indicator of Mantle Oxygen Fugacity

Ireland, Thomas 02b/5/Mon Beyond REE Abundance Patterns: REE Stable Isotopic Compositions

Ireland, Trevor 10h/289/Mon Quadruple Sulfur Isotopes in 2.7 Ga Sedimentary Pyrites from the Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia, Explained by Simultaneous Dissociation of SO2

Irifune, T. 02g/34/Tue Interphase Partitioning of Minor Elements in the Transition Zone and Uppermost Lower Mantle

Irving, J. 02d/14:45/Tue The Compositional and Seismic Properties of the Martian Interior

Irwin, P. 09d/10:00/Mon Disequilibrium Biosignatures on the Early Earth and their Detectability with the James Webb Space Telescope

Iserentant, A. 12d/371/Thu Quantification of Distinct Phytolith Pools in a Perhydrated Andosol

Ishibashi, J-I. 05g/141/Thu Pb Isotope Analysis of Galena in Seafloor Polymetallic Sulfide Deposits from the Mid-Okinawa Trough Using Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry
05g/148/Thu Pore Fluid Chemistry of Active Hydrothermal Fields in the Mid-Okinawa Trough
05g/14:45/Fri Subseafloor Mineralization at the Izena Hole, Okinawa Trough from the Aspect of Drill Cores Obtain by the CK16-05 Cruise (Exp. 909)
05g/15:30/Fri Comparison of Ore Formation Processes between VHMS Deposits and a Submarine Hydrothermal Ore Deposit in Okinawa Trough

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