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All abstracts by Yoseph Yechieli in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Identifying and Quantifying Long-Term Seawater Circulation in Coastal Aquifers
Kiro Y, Michael H, Duque C, Yechieli Y & Reznik I

(2018) The Circulation of the Dead Sea Brine in the Adjacent Regional Aquifer
Weber N, Yechieli Y, Stein M, Gavrieli I, Yokochi R, Zappala J, Mueller P & Lazar B

(2013) The Geochemical History of the Dead Sea from Dissolved Chemical Species and Isotopes in Pore Waters
Levy EJ, Sivan O, Yechieli Y, Gavrieli I, Lazar B & Stein M

(2013) Substantial Changes in the Salinity and Paleo-Hydrology of the Late Quaternary Dead Sea Revealed in the ICDP Deep Drill
Lazar B, Sivan O, Antler G, Yechieli Y, Levi E, Gavrieli I & Stein M

(2013) Anaerobic Oxidation of Methane by Sulfate in Hypersaline Groundwater at the Dead Sea Aquifer
Avrahamov N, Antler G, Yechieli Y, Gavrieli I, Joye S & Sivan O

(2011) Fate of Nutrients in the Fresh-Saline Water Interface in Coastal Aquifers
Russak A, Sivan O, Yechieli Y, Lazar B & Herut B

(2011) Sea Water Circulation in Coastal Aquifers as Inferred from Radium Isotopes: The Dead Sea Case
Kiro Y, Weinstein Y, Yechieli Y & Starinsky A

(2009) Radium Geochemistry in a Hypersaline Lake: The Role of Dead Sea Water Circulation in the Aquifer
Kiro Y, Weinstein Y, Yechieli Y & Starinsky A

(2009) The Last Termination at the Dead Sea Basin: Catastrophic Aridities, Salt Deposition and Human Culture Development
Stein M, Torfstein A, Gavrieli I & Yechieli Y

(2007) Atlantic Cold-Water Spells into the Mediterranean Caused the Abrupt Changes in the Levant's post-Glacial Hydrology and Human-Culture Development
Stein M & Yechieli Y

(2002) Geochemical Evolution of Seawater Intruding into a Coastal Aquifer
Sivan O, Yechieli Y, Herut B & Lazar B

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