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Details for: Andrew Kurtz
Andrew Kurtz (Boston University)
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(2018) Ge/Si as a Tracer for Si in Paired Catchments of the Luquillo CZO
Aguirre A, Derry L & Kurtz A
(2014) Sourcing Streamwater Ca Following Clear-Cutting of a New England Watershed
Takagi K, Kurtz A & Bailey S
(2014) Organic Matter Compositions and Loadings in Soils and Sediments along the Fly River, Papua New Guinea
Goni M, Kurtz A, Aalto R, Lauer W & Aufdenkampe A
(2009) Controls on the Strontium Flux of the Fly River, Papua New Guinea
Kurtz A & Moore E
(2007) Quantifying Mineral Aerosol Inputs and the Mobility of "Immobile" Elements in Weathering Studies
Pett-Ridge J, Derry L & Kurtz A
(2005) Solute Sources in a Tropical Granitoid Watershed, Luquillo, Puerto Rico
Kurtz A, Pett-Ridge J, Lugolobi F, Derry L & Troester J
(2004) A Ge/Si, 234U/238U, and 87Sr/86Sr Investigation of Weathering Reactions and Flowpaths in a Tropical Granitoid Watershed
Pett-Ridge J, Kurtz A, Derry L & Troester J
(2001) Plant Phytolith Source of Dissolved Silica in Hawaiian Streams from Ge/Si Ratios
Derry LA, Kurtz AC, Ziegler K, Chadwick OA & Kelley EF
(2001) Importance of Terrestrial Organic Carbon Burial in the Paleocene: Evidence from Marine Carbon and Sulfur Isotope Records
Kurtz AC, Kump LR, Arthur MA & Zachos JC
(2001) Germanium Cycling in Amazon-Shelf Sediment Porewaters: A Tracer of Reverse Weathering?
Kurtz AC, Kump LR, Aller RA & Derry LA
Committee memberGoldschmidt2018 Local Organizing Committee: Member