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(2021) Triple Oxygen Isotope Fractionation Exponent between Apatite and Water
Feng D, Tütken T, Hoefs J & Pack A

(2010) Partial Melts from Thick Lower Continental Crust: Geochemical Characterization and Identification
He Y-S, Li S-G, Hoefs J, Huang F & Liu S-A

(2010) The Stable Isotope Composition of the Mantle – Revisited
Hoefs J

(2009) Lithium and Boron Isotope Systematics during Subduction and Exhumation of UHP Metamorphic Rocks from Sulu, East China
Xiao Y, Hoefs J & Zhang Z

(2009) Nd Isotopic Compositions of Adakites from Dabieshan: Implications for the Subducted Mafic Lower Crust of the South China Block
He Y, Li S, Hoefs J & Schoenberg I

(2007) Lu-Hf Geochronology of Eclogites from the Dabie-Sulu Terrain: Constraints on the Timing of Eclogite-Facies Metamorphism
Schmidt A, Weyer S, Xiao Y, Hoefs J & Brey GP

(2007) Li and B Isotope Characteristics of Ultrahigh-Pressure Metamorphic Rocks from Sulu, China
Xiao Y, Romer RL, Hoefs J & Meixner A

(2006) Nb-Ta fractionation in rutile from eclogites
Sun W, Xiao Y-L, Hoefs J, Simon K, Zhang ZM & Li S-G

(2003) Oxygen Isotope and Fluid Inclusion Data from the Chinese Continental Scientific Drilling Program: Different Scales and Possible Depth of Meteoric Water/rock Interactions
Xiao Y, Hoefs J, Zhang Z & van den Kerkhof A

(2002) Isotope Variations of Heavy Elements: A Perspective from Light Isotopes
Hoefs J

(2002) Fluid/rock Interactions in UHP Metamorphic Rocks from Drill Holes in Donghai, Sulu, China: Preliminary Results
Xiao Y, Hoefs J, Zhang Z & van den Kerkhof A

(2002) Oxygen Isotope Profile of the Lower Ocean Crust: An in situ Study by UV-Laser-Ablation Oxygen Isotope Microprobe
Gao Y, Hoefs J & Snow J

(2000) Different Fluid Histories during the Metamorphic Evolution of North and South Dabie Shan, China
Xiao Y, Hoefs J, van den Kerkhof A & Fiebig J

(2000) Exchange Mechanisms, Fluid Flow and Fluid Evolution during Hydrothermal Alteration of Granites
Fiebig J, Simon K & Hoefs J

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