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All abstracts by Marie-Claire Pierret in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2019) The Potential Global Contribution of Marine Aerosol to the Mo Cycling in the Critical Zone
Nägler TF, Pierret M-C, Voegelin AR, Pettke T, Aschwanden L & Villa IM

(2019) Nutrient (Ca, Mg, K) Behavior in Soils Located in Decline Forest (Strengbach Catchment, Vosges Mountain, NE France). Development of a New Experimental Approach
Oursin M, Pierret M-C, Legout A & Zeller B

(2019) How Tree Disease Impact Rapidly the Biogeochemical Cycle of Some Elements in Soil Solutions Until Return to a New Balance (Strengbach Catchment, France)
Pierret M-C, Legout A & Zeller B

(2016) The Complete Mo Isotope Balance of a Small Catchment; Well Almost..
Nägler TF, Voegelin AR, Pierret M-C & Stille P

(2016) Long-Term Record of Open Field Precipitation and Throughfall in a Medium Altitude Forested Environment (Strengbach Watershed – NE France): Response to Atmospheric Pollution Trend
Pierret M-C, Viville D, Dambrine E & Cotel S

(2016) Effects of Climate Change on Vegetal Cover Simulations in a Mountainous Forest Catchment
Beaulieu E, Lucas Y, Viville D, Chabaux F, Ackerer P, Goddéris Y & Pierret M-C

(2016) Water Residence Time by Coupling Anthropogenic Gases (CFC, SF6) and Isotopic Ratios (234U/238U, 87Sr/86Sr) in the Strengbach Catchment (Vosges Massif, Eastern France)
Viville D, Chabaux F, Ackerer J, Chatton E, Labasque T, Pierret M-C, Granet M, Perrone T & Aquilina L

(2016) Hydro-Geochemical (KIRMAT) Modeling of 20-Year Geochemical Variations of Granitic Strengbach Catchment Springs (Vosges Massif, France)
Ackerer J, Chabaux F, Lucas Y, Viville D, Pierret M-C, Beaulieu E & Négrel P

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