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(2013) Melt Inclusions in Mafic-Ultramafic Potassic Volcanic Rocks in British Columbia, Canada: A Record of the Transfer of PGE from Mantle to Crust in Porphyry Settings
Hanley J & Zajacz Z

(2013) Metal Precipitation Mechanisms in, "Low Sulfide, " Magmatic Cu-Ni-Pge Mineralization at Sudbury, Canada: First Constraints on Oxygen Fugacity
MacMillan M, Hanley J & Ames D

(2013) First Melt Inclusion Study of the Sudbury Igneous Complex (Ontario Canada): Evidence for Two-Liquid Immiscibility and Contraints on Trace Element Distribution
Watts K, Hanley J, Kontak D & Ames D

(2013) Hypersaline Volatiles in a Palladium-Enriched Mafic Pegmatoid from the 2.48 Ga East Bull Lake Intrusion, Sudbury District, Ontario, Canada
Boucher B, Hanley J & James R

(2013) Preliminary Evaluation of Trace Hydrocarbon Speciation and Abundance as an Exploration Tool for Footwall-Style Sulfide Ore, Sudbury Igneous Complex, Ontario, Canada
Kerr M & Hanley J

(2013) High-Grade Sperrylite Zone Reveals Mantle Contribution to Ore Metals in the Sudbury Impact Structure
Ames D, Hanley J, Tuba G & Jackson S

(2012) The Origin of Platinum-Group Element Enrichments in Alkalic Porphyry Systems: Evidence from Melt Inclusions
Hanley J

(2012) Remains of Ancient Precursor of Perennial Springs in the High Arctic
Zentilli M, Omelon C, Hanley J, LeFort D, Andersen D & Pollard W

(2011) Advancing Studies of the Origin and Role of Hydrocarbons in Ore-Forming Systems
Kerr M & Hanley J

(2011) Composition of the Earliest Hydrothermal Fluids Circulating along the South Range of the Sudbury Igneous Complex, Canada
Lefort D, Hanley J & Seo JH

(2011) Origin of Early Hydrothermal Fluids Associated with the Sudbury Structure Deduced from Individual Fluid Inclusion Sr Isotope Analysis
Hanley J, Oberli F & Pettke T

(2011) Hydrothermal Processes beneath the Merensky Reef and UG2 Chromitite, Bushveld Complex, RSA
Adlakha E, Hanley J & Heinrich C

(2011) Contrasting Halogen Geochemistry of Barren and Mineralized Breccias of the Sudbury Igneous Complex, Ontario
Stewart RC, Hanley JJ & Ames DE

(2011) LA-ICP-MS Sr Isotope Ratio Analysis of Individual Fluid Inclusions
Pettke T, Oberli F & Hanley JJ

(2010) The Development of a Nickel Sulphide Standard for the in situ Analysis of Platinum Group Elements and Gold by Laser Ablation ICP-MS
Gilbert S, Danyushevsky L, Robinson P, Wohlgemuth-Ueberwasser C, Norman M, Hanley J & Pearson N

(2010) LA-(MC-)ICP-MS Element and Isotope Ratio Analysis of Fluid Inclusions in Minerals
Pettke T, Oberli F & Hanley J

(2009) Diffusive Reequilibration of Quartz Hosted Silicate Melt and Fluid Inclusions: Are all Metal Concentrations Unmodified?
Zajacz Z, Hanley J, Heinrich C, Halter W & Guillong M

(2009) Gold-Rich Sulfide Melt Inclusions in Xenocrysts from a Mid-Crustal Magma Chamber, Mt. Milligan Porphyry Deposit, B.C., Canada
Hanley J & Guillong M

(2007) Synthetic Melt Inclusion and Quartz-Trap Methods for Determining Pt Solubility in a Mafic Mineral – Halide Melt System at 750C, 400 Bar
Hanley J & Heinrich C

(2005) Ore Metal Transport by Hydrocarbon Vapour in the Footwall of the Sudbury Igneous Complex, Canada
Hanley J, Mungall J, Pettke T, Spooner E & Bray C

(2005) A Magmatic End-Member Fluid at Sudbury, Canada ?
Hanley J & Mungall J

(2004) Compositional Evolution of Magmatic Volatiles in Mineralized Alkaline Intrusions in the Ailaoshan-Jinshajiang Belt, Western Yunnan, China
Bi X, Hu R, Hanley J, Mungall J & Peng J

(2003) Mineral Chemistry Studies on Crystallization Conditions of Mineralized Alkaline Intrusions in Ailaoshan-Jinshajiang Alkaline Intrusion Belt, Western Yunnan, China
Bi X, Hu R, Hanley J, Mungall J, Peng J & Wu K

(2002) Pt is Highly Mobile in High T Brines
Hanley J & Mungall J

(2001) Halogens Are Moderately Chalcophile Elements
Mungall JE, Brenan JM & Hanley J

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