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All abstracts by Yves Fouquet in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Spatial Association between Talc-Rich Mineralization and a "Black Smoker"-Type Deposit in a Newly Discovered Inactive Field (MARK Area, Mid-Atlantic Ridge)
Pelleter E, Fouquet Y, Boissier A, Cheron S, Leroy L, Germain Y & Cathalot C

(2019) Behaviour of Metals in Slab-Decoupled Magmas. Example of the Fatu-Kapa Hydrothermal Fields (SW Pacific)
Jeanvoine A, Chazot G, Pelleter E, Fouquet Y, Bézos A, Guivel C & Langlade J

(2019) Hydrothermal Iron Budget at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Diving Inside the TAG Neutrally Buoyant Plume
González-Santana D, Cheize M, Planquette H, Whitby H, Gourain A, Holmes T, Germain Y, Cathalot C, Pelleter E, Fouquet Y & Sarthou G

(2018) High Resolution Particulate Trace Metals Dispersion from the TAG Hydrothermal Vent (Mid-Atlantic Ridge)
Cheize M, Planquette H, González-Santana D, Whitby H, Gourain A, Holmes T, Guyader V, Germain Y, Roudaut M, Cathalot C, Sarthou G, Pelleter E & Fouquet Y

(2015) Multiple Sources of Metals in Seafloor Hydrothermal FeMn Deposits: A Case Study at Utu'Uli, Pacific Ocean
Pelleter E, Rouxel O, Fouquet Y, Josso P, Germain Y, Cheron S & Etoubleau J

(2015) High-Resolution 3D Seismic Imaging of the Utu Uli Mn-Ni Deposit
Thomas Y, Pelleter E, Marsset B, Ker S, Fouquet Y, Alix A-S, Cheron S & Etoubleau J

(2013) Ferromanganese Crusts as Proxies for Deep Water Ni, Cu, Zn and Fe Isotope Variations
Gueguen B, Rouxel O & Fouquet Y

(2013) Rare Earth Element Signatures of Metal-Rich Hydrothermal Ferromanganese Deposit in the South-West Pacific
Josso P, Pelleter E, Pourret O, Fouquet Y, Etoubleau J, Cheron S & Bollinger C

(2012) Discovery of Metals-Rich Hydrothermal Manganese Deposits in the South-West Pacific
Pelleter E, Fouquet Y, Etoubleau J, Cheron S & Labanieh S

(2011) Sr Isotopes (δ88/86Sr and 87Sr/86Sr) in Cold Seep Environment of Niger and Nile Delta Fans
Chu N-C, Ponzevera E, Favreau E, Bayon G & Fouquet Y

(2011) Discovery of New Hydrothermal Active Fields in the South-West Pacific. Organic Geochemistry of the Fluids
Konn C, Charlou J-L, Donval J-P, Birot D, Guyader V, Perez F, Jean-Baptiste P, Fourre E & Fouquet Y

(2011) H2-rich Fluids Issued from the Kulo Lasi Volcano: A New Active Hydrothermal Field Recently Discovered in the South-West Pacific
Charlou JL, Donval JP, Konn C, Guyader V & Fouquet Y

(2011) Sulfur and Strontium Isotope Study of Hydrothermal Mineralization from the SE Afar Rift
Moussa N, Rouxel O, Nonnotte P, Fouquet Y, Ponzevera E & Etoubleau J

(2011) Origin of the Seamounts Near Futuna Island, SW Pacific
Labanieh S, Chazot G, Etoubleau J, Fouquet Y, Dosso L & Hemond C

(2011) Tin Substitution in Chalcopyrite and Sphalerite from Hydrothermal Sulfides
Evrard C, Moussa N, Fouquet Y & Rinnert E

(2010) Contribution of Sulfur Isotope to Metallogenic Studies in the SE Afar Rift, Republic of Djibouti
Moussa N, Grassineau N & Fouquet Y

(2010) A Comparative Study of Rare Earth Element Concentration in Copper-Sulfides from Different Hydrothermal Sites on the MAR
Evrard C, Barrat J-A & Fouquet Y

(2010) High Production of H2 and CH4 and Abiotic Hydrocarbons in Ultramafic-Hosted Hydrothermal Systems on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR)
Charlou JL, Donval JP, Konn C, Ondreas H, Fouquet Y, Jean-Baptiste P & Fourre E

(2009) REEs in Authigenic Carbonates: A New Proxy for Tracing Fluid Sources at Cold Seeps
Rongemaille E, Bayon G, Pierre C, Mecozzi S, Bollinger C, Etoubleau J, Voisset M & Fouquet Y

(2008) Ca Isotope Systematics of Marine Hydrothermal and Cold Seep Carbonates
Chu N-C, Ponzevera E, Bayon G & Fouquet Y

(2000) Natural Variations of Selenium Isotopes Determined by Multicollector Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry: Application to Seafloor Hydrothermal Systems
Rouxel O, Ludden J, Fouquet Y & Carignan J

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