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Tait KT, Day JMD.  2018.  Chondritic late accretion to Mars and the nature of shergottite reservoirs. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 494:99-108.
Day JMD, Tait KT, Udry A, Moynier F, Liu Y, Neal CR.  2018.  Martian magmatism from plume metasomatized mantle. Nature Communications. 9:4799.
Truong TB, Castillo PR, Hilton DR, Day JMD.  2018.  The trace element and Sr-Nd-Pb isotope geochemistry of Juan Fernandez lavas reveal variable contributions from a high-3He/4He mantle plume. Chemical Geology. 476:280-291.
Pernet-Fisher JF, Day JMD, Howarth GH, Ryabov VV, Taylor LA.  2017.  Atmospheric outgassing and native-iron formation during carbonaceous sediment–basalt melt interactions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 460:201-212.
Dhaliwal JK, Day JMD, Corder CA, Tait KT, Marti K, Assayag N, Cartigny P, Rumble D, Taylor LA.  2017.  Early metal-silicate differentiation during planetesimal formation revealed by acapulcoite and lodranite meteorites. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta.
Day JMD, Moynier F, Meshik AP, Pradivtseva OV, Petit DR.  2017.  Evaporative fractionation of zinc during the first nuclear detonation. Science Advances. 3
Clay PL, Burgess R, Busemann H, Ruzié-Hamilton L, Joachim B, Day JMD, Ballentine CJ.  2017.  Halogens in chondritic meteorites and terrestrial accretion. Nature. 551:614.
Peters BJ, Day JMD, Greenwood RC, Hilton DR, Gibson J, Franchi IA.  2017.  Helium–oxygen–osmium isotopic and elemental constraints on the mantle sources of the Deccan Traps. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 478:245-257.
Day JMD, Moynier F, Shearer CK.  2017.  Late-stage magmatic outgassing from a volatile-depleted Moon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Dhaliwal JK, Day JMD, Moynier F.  2017.  Volatile element loss during planetary magma ocean phases. Icarus.
Day JMD, Walker RJ, Warren JM.  2016.  186Os-187Os and highly siderophile element abundance systematics of the mantle revealed by abyssal peridotites and Os-rich alloys. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta.
Peters BJ, Day JMD, Taylor LA.  2016.  Early mantle heterogeneities in the Réunion hotspot source inferred from highly siderophile elements in cumulate xenoliths. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 448:150-160.
Day JMD.  2016.  Evidence against an ancient non-chondritic mantle source for North Atlantic Igneous Province lavas. Chemical Geology. 440:91-100.
Day JMD, Qiu L, Ash RD, McDonough WF, Teng F-Z, Rudnick RL, Taylor LA.  2016.  Evidence for high-temperature fractionation of lithium isotopes during differentiation of the Moon. Meteoritics & Planetary Science. 51:1046-1062.
Harvey J, Day JMD.  2016.  Introduction to highly siderophile and strongly chalcophile elements in high temperature geochemistry and cosmochemistry. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry. 81:iii-xiv.
Pringle EA, Moynier F, Savage PS, Jackson MG, Moreira M, Day JMD.  2016.  Silicon isotopes reveal recycled altered oceanic crust in the mantle sources of Ocean Island Basalts. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 189:282-295.
Kato C, Moynier F, Valdes MC, Dhaliwal JK, Day JMD.  2015.  Extensive volatile loss during formation and differentiation of the Moon. Nat Commun. 6
O’Driscoll B, Walker RJ, Day JMD, Ash RD, J. Daly S.  2015.  Generations of melt extraction, melt–rock interaction and high-temperature metasomatism preserved in peridotites of the ∼497 Ma Leka ophiolite complex, Norway. Journal of Petrology. 56:1797-1828.
Day JMD, Waters CL, Schaefer BF, Walker RJ, Turner S.  2015.  Use of hydrofluoric acid desilicification in the determination of highly siderophile element abundances and re-pt-os isotope systematics in mafic-ultramafic rocks. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research. :n/a-n/a.
Wang K, Day JMD, Korotev RL, Zeigler RA, Moynier F.  2014.  Iron isotope fractionation during sulfide-rich felsic partial melting in early planetesimals. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 392:124-132.
Day JMD, Peters BJ, Janney PE.  2014.  Oxygen isotope systematics of South African olivine melilitites and implications for HIMU mantle reservoirs. Lithos. 202–203:76-84.