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Index of Authors

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

Magalhaes, N. 03e/15:30/Fr Crustal-Lithospheric Processes Recorded at the 2.06 Ga Bushveld-Molopo Farms Igneous Complex
03e/15:45/Fr Anomalous Sulfur of the Waterberg Project of the Bushveld Complex is not Locally Derived

Magiera, T. 08i/234/Th Technogenic Magnetic Particles in the Enviroment as of Pollution Sources

Magna, T. 01h/16:15/We On the Iron Isotope Heterogeneity of Lunar Highlands
04g/61/We Li Isotopic Variations between Magmatic Minerals and Indications of Degassing of a Rhyolitic Magma (Mesa Falls Tuff, Yellowstone)

Magnabosco, C. 03l/11:15/Th Testing Biogeochemical Hypotheses of Microbial Evolution Using Time-Calibrated Gene Transfer Phylogenies

Magnall, J. 05g/154/Th Sources of S in the Paleoproterozoic Urquhart Shale Hosted George Fisher Zn-Pb-Ag Deposit, Mt Isa, Australia
05g/16:00/Fr Differentiating between Euxinic and Diagenetic Pyrite in the Barney Creek Formation – Implications for Ore Formation in the Teena Sub-Basin, Australia

Magni, V. 03d/15:45/Tu Mafic Crust Recycling in Subduction Systems. Constraints from Numerical Models

Maguffin, S. 13k/10:45/Tu Effects of Intermittent Draining of Rice Fields on Biogeochemical Redox Processes and Arsenic Mobility

Magyar, J. 07c/14:45/Mo Chemical Imaging Approaches to Untangle Depositional and Post-Depositional Processes in Ancient Rocks on Earth and Mars
09j/16:15/Mo Manganese Speciation in Modern Cyanobacteria and its Relationship to the Evolution of Photosynthesis

Magyar, P. 10h/10:00/Tu Nitrogen and Oxygen Isotope Effects Associated with a Combined Partial Nitritation-Anammox Wastewater Treatment Process

Mahan, B. 02a/15/Th Absence of Ga Isotopic Fractionation during Core Formation

Mahaqi, A.

Maher, K. 13l/15:30/Mo Mineral Surface Controls on Cr(VI) Reduction by Sorbed Fe(II)
07c/215/Mo Modeling Insights into Uranium Accumulation and Isotopic Fractionation during Early Diagenesis of Marine Sediments
10h/306/Mo Effects of Nickel Limitation on Carbon and Hydrogen Isotope Fractionation by Methylotrophic Methanogens
12f/393/Tu Hydrologic and Thermodynamic Drivers Seasonally Shift Floodplain Soils between Two Redox States
12f/394/Tu Microbial Energetics, Carbon, and the Progression of Redox Reactions in Flooded Soils
11c/16:00/We The Lithium Isotope ‘Croissant’ from a Reactive Transport Perspective
12a/11:15/Th Does Nutrient Demand Control Rock Weathering? A Model Analysis
12f/14:15/Th A Field Guide to Experimenting with Biogeochemical Models
09f/14:30/Th Thermodynamic Controls on Kinetic Stable Isotope Fractionation: Chromium(VI) Reduction by Iron(II)
12f/15:00/Th A Reactive Transport Model for Heterotrophic Respiration in Soil Profiles Constrained with Laboratory Incubations Using Multiple Pulse Wetting Events
08a/224/Th Modeling Terrestrial δ18O Gradients in Lowland and Mountain Environments

Maheshe, P.B.

Mahilang, M.

Mahlin, D. 06c/187/Th Structure and Dynamics of Lactose/Montmorillonite Nanocomposites

Mahlknecht, J. 13m/10:45/Fr Intensive Pumping Impacts Arsenic Concentrations in Drinking Water Aquifers in an Inter-Montane Basin

Mahmood, S. 12d/16:15/Fr Sustainable Base Cation Supply and Carbon Allocation in Boreal Forests – The Role of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi

Mahmoudi, N. 10e/16:00/Tu Uncovering Microbial Species-Specific Effects on Organic Matter Transformation Through Novel Isotopic Approaches
10e/343/Tu Effect of Oscillating Oxidative Environments on Microbial Degradation of Soil Organic Matter

Mahmoudi Dalir, A.

Maia, M. 04i/15:15/Fr Mantle Flow from beneath Antarctica Toward the Southeast Indian Ridge

Maibaum, L. 12b/347/Th Phospholipid Influence on the Water Repellency of the Clay Montmorillonite

Maier, R. 12d/358/Th Structural and Functional Response of Incipient Basaltic Microbial Community to Shifts in Soil Moisture Regime

Maier, W. 01h/09:45/Th Ruthenium Isotope Constraints on the Timing of Volatile Element Accretion

Maignien, L. 10d/10:15/Th Unraveling Diversity of Extremophiles along Salinity Gradient at the Sea-Water Interfaces of Several Mediterranean Deep Hypersaline Anoxic Lakes in Eastern Mediterranean Sea

Mailloux, B. 13d/409/Mo Fluoride Distribution in Aquifers of the Indus Basin, Punjab, Pakistan

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