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All abstracts by Mark Marvin-DiPasquale in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Mercury Chemostratigraphy as Indicator of Deccan Volcanism in Hell Creek, Montana
Fendley I, Sprain C, Marvin-DiPasquale M, Renne P, Tobin T & Weaver L

(2015) Arsenolipids in Sediments from Great Salt Lake
Glabonjat R, Raber G, Jensen K, Francesconi K, Schubotz F, Boyd E, Marvin-DiPasquale M & Naftz D

(2014) Unique Membrane Lipids Typify Adaptations of Halophilic Archaea and Bacteria Across a Salinity Gradient at the Great Salt Lake
Schubotz F, Baxter B, Marvin-DiPasquale M, Naftz D & Boyd E

(2014) Mercury Isotopes in California Rivers Impacted by Historic Gold and Mercury Mining
Donovan PM, Blum JD, Singer MB, Marvin-DiPasquale M & Tsui MTK

(2014) Distribution of Historical Gold Mines Helps Predict Mercury in Fish Tissue, Sierra Nevada, CA, USA
Alpers CN, Slotton DG, Orlando JL, Yee JL, Ackerman JT, Marvin-DiPasquale M, Fleck JA & Stumpner E

(2014) Mercury Contamination in Water and Sediment Related to Historical Gold Mining, Sierra Nevada, CA
Alpers CN, Stumpner E, Orlando JL, Fleck JA & Marvin-DiPasquale M

(2014) Methylmercury Cycling in Wetlands Managed for Rice Agriculture and Wildlife: Implications for Methylmercury Production, Transport, and Bioaccumulation
Windham-Myers L, Ackerman J, Alpers C, Bachand P, Fleck J & Marvin-DiPasquale M

(2010) Microbial Community Structure and Methylmercury Production in a Managed Wetland Ecosystem
Holloway J, Mills C, Marvin-DiPasquale M, Alpers C, Windham-Meyers L, Fleck J & Goldhaber M

(2005) Mercury and Methylmercury Distribution in Sediments Affected by Historical Gold Mining, Sierra Nevada, California
Hunerlach MP, Alpers CN & Marvin-DiPasquale M

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