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(2019) Triple Oxygen Isotope Variations in Magnetite from Iron Oxide Deposits, Central Iran, Record Devolatilization of Evaporite and Carbonate Rocks
Peters S, Alibabaie N, Raeisi D, McKibbin S, Pack A & Lehmann B

(2017) Geochemical and Isotopic Investigations on Hydrothermal Vein Mineralizations in the Harz Mountains, Germany
Alles J, Lehmann B, Liessmann W & Nolte N

(2017) Variable Redox Conditions Leading to Early Cambrian Black Shale-Hosted Ni-Mo and V Mineralization in South China as Revealed by Mo-U Isotopes
Xu L, Lehmann B & Mao J

(2016) Towards an Improved Understanding of the Mo and U Isotope Proxies Using Correlated Mo-U Isotope Signatures
Weyer S, Brüske A, Montoya Pino C, Xu L, Neubert N, Schuth S, van de Schootbrugge B, Pross J, Oschmann W & Lehmann B

(2015) Early Cambrian Black Shale-Hosted Mo-Ni and V Mineralization on the Rifted Margin of the Yangtze Platform, China: Reconnaissance Chromium Isotope Data
Lehmann B, Frei R, Xu L & Mao J

(2013) Ore Deposits Related to Felsic Magmatism Through Time
Lehmann B

(2012) Metals in Black Shales
Lehmann B

(2011) Low-Temperature Pt–Pd Mineralisation: Examples from Brazil
Cabral AR, Lehmann B & Brauns M

(2011) Kimberlites, Flood Basalts and Mantle Plumes: New Insights from the Deccan Large Igneous Province
Chalapathi Rao. NV & Lehmann B

(2011) Iodine Fingerprints Biogenic Fixation of Platinum and Palladium
Cabral AR, Radtke M, Munnik F, Lehmann B, Reinholz U, Riesemeier H, Tupinambá M & Kwitko-Ribeiro R

(2011) Reconnaissance Trace Element and Os-Mo-Nd Isotope Geochemistry of Late Archean Black Shales in the Carajás Iron Ore District, Brazil
Lehmann B, Creaser R, Nägler T, Voegelin A, Belyatsky B, Cabral AR, Galbiatti H & Seabra A

(2007) Massive H2S Release to Surface Waters at the Precambrian-Cambrian (PC-C) Boundary: Evidence from Mo Isotopes
Wille M, Nägler TF, Schröder S, Lehmann B & Kramers JD

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