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All abstracts by Fanus Viljoen in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Boron Isotope and REE Signatures and their Sources in Manganese Ores of the Kalahari Manganese Field
Blignaut L, Viljoen F, Elburg M & Tsikos H

(2015) Eclogite Xeoliths with Subducted Oceanic Crust Signatures from the Wajrakarur Kimberlites, Southern India: Evidences from Trace Element and O Isotope Geochemistry
Dongre A, Jacob D, Stern R & Viljoen F

(2014) Cratonic Eclogite Perspectives on Continental Crust Formation
Aulbach S & Viljoen F

(2013) Formation and Metamorphism of the Upper Sulfide Zone of the Salt River VMS Deposit (South Africa)
Wohlgemuth-Ueberwasser CC, Viljoen F & McClung CR

(2013) Source Controls on the Metal Contents of Mantle-Derived Magmas
Tonnelier N, Lesher M, Arndt N, Keays R & Viljoen F

(2011) Analysis of As and Sb in Samples from Turtle Pits Hydrothermal Field Using New Standard Material
Wohlgemuth-Ueberwasser CC, Schuth S, Berndt J & Viljoen F

(2008) Diamond Origin and Genesis: A C and N Stable Isotope Study of Diamonds from a Single Eclogite Xenolith (Kaalvallei, South Africa)
Palot M, Cartigny P & Viljoen F

(2004) Metasomatic Overprint of Trace-Element Signatures of Eclogites and Peridotites in Cratonic Roots
de Hoog C, Schulze D & Viljoen F

(2002) Cohenite (Iron Carbide) and Native Iron Formation within Garnet Included in Polycrystalline Diamonds by Redox Freezing in the Cratonic Lithosphere
Kronz A, Jacob D, Cartigny P & Viljoen F

(2000) Remobilization of Ancient Material within the Subcratonic Lithosphere
Jacob D, Viljoen F, Grassineau N & Jagoutz E

(2000) Microdiamonds from the Thirsty Lake (Akluil√Ęk) Dyke, Northwest Territories, Canada
Chinn I, Kyser K & Viljoen F

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