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Details for: Bernard Marty


Bernard Marty is a Professor of geochemistry at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Géologie, Université de Lorraine, and researcher at the Centre de Recherches Pétrographiques et Géochimiques (CRPG, UMR 7358 CNRS-UL), Nancy, France. His is interested in the geochemistry and cosmochemistry of volatile elements, notably stable isotopes and noble gases. Topics include stable isotope variations in the solar system, processes of planet formation, the origin(s) of terrestrial water and other volatiles, the geodynamical cycle of these elements, and the evolution of the atmosphere from the Hadean eon to Present. Besides mantle geochemistry, Bernard is involved in space missions such as Stardust (return to Earth of cometary grains), Genesis (analysis of the isotope composition of the solar wind), Rosetta (in situ analysis of cometary volatiles), and others. Bernard gained a Ph.D. in physics at the University of Toulouse, France, and a Doctorat d’Etat in geochemistry at Université Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris. Bernard was co-chair of the Meteoritical Society meeting in Nancy in 2009, and chair of the Goldschmidt Conference in Prague in 2011, serving as EAG Goldschmidt Officer from 2009 to 2014. He was EAG Vice-President in 2015-2016 and currently serves as EAG President for 2017-2018.
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(2017) The Oldoinyo Lengai Volcano Plumbing System Architecture, and Composition from Source to Surface
Mollex G, France L, Füri E, Bonnet R, Botcharnikov R, Zimmermann L, Wilke S, Deloule E, Chazot G, Kazimoto E, Marty B & Burnard P



(2016) 3He Excess in Air, a New Potential Tracer for Volcanic CO2 Emissions in the Atmosphere
Boucher C, Marty B, Lan T, Mabry J, Burnard P, Boucher P, Zimmermann L, Ayalew D, Fischer T, De Moor JM & Zelenski M











(2015) Hg Isotopes at the K-Pg Boundary
Meier MMM, Cloquet C, Marty B, Ferrière L & Koeberl C





(2014) Geochemical Insights into the Composition of the Archean Atmosphere
Marty B, Avice G, Burgess R, Burnard P, Hebrard E, Kuga M, Philippot P, Pujol M & Zimmermann L

(2013) High-Precision Atmospheric Helium Isotope Measurement in Volcanic Areas
Lan TF, Mabry JC, Marty B, Burnard P, Füri E, de Moor JM, Fischer TP & McMurtry GM









(2012) Origin of Q-Gases in Pristine Meteorites: An Experimental Study
Kuga M, Marty B, Marrocchi Y, Tissandier L & Zimmermann L



(2012) Sulfur Isotope Fractionation during Basaltic Degassing
de Moor M, Fischer T, King P, Sharp Z, Marcus M, Spilde M & Marty B








(2009) Xenon in Archean Barite
Pujol M, Marty B, Burnard P & Philippot P





(2007) Terrestrial Atmospheric Nitrogen in Lunar Soils?
Podosek F, Marty B, Zimmerman L, Korotev R & Ozima M







(2006) Mantle dynamics in the Hadean : Earth and Mars
Marty B, Yokopchi R & Marti K

(2006) Xe isotopes in carbonatites: Oldonyo Lengai, East African Rift
Burnard P, Basset R, Marty B, Fischer T, Palhol F, Mangasini F & Makene C


(2006) A search for cosmogenic nitrogen in a terrestrial rock
Marty B, Yokochi R, Schaefer J & Wieler R










(2002) Technetium-97 and P-Radionuclides
Dauphas N, Rauscher T, Schatz H, Marty B & Reisberg L








Committee member

Goldschmidt2019 Organising Committee: EAG Past President
Goldschmidt2017 Organising Committee: President of the Host Society

Theme chair

Goldschmidt 2007 - Theme 10: Water in Planetary Systems

Session convener

Goldschmidt2014 - Session 03g: Evolution of the Terrestrial Volatile Budget Through Magma Oceans, Giant Impacts, the Late Veneer and Subsequent Earth History
Goldschmidt2011 - Session 02g: What was the Source of Earth’s Volatiles?
Goldschmidt2011 - Session 09a: Magmatic Volatiles, Climate, and Earth Evolution
Goldschmidt2009 - Session 03c: Deep Volatile Cycles in Terrestrial Planets

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