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2019
Barry PH, de Moor JM, Giovannelli D., Schrenk M., Hummer D.R, Lopez T., Pratt C.A, Segura Y.A, Battaglia A., Beaudry P. et al..  2019.  Forearc carbon sink reduces long-term volatile recycling into the mantle. Nature. 568:487-+.
Peters B.J, Shahar A., Carlson R.W, Day JMD, Mock T.D.  2019.  A sulfide perspective on iron isotope fractionation during ocean island basalt petrogenesis. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 245:59-78.
2017
Keeling RF, Graven HD, Welp LR, Resplandy L., Bi J., Piper S.C, Sun Y., Bollenbacher A., Meijer H.AJ.  2017.  Atmospheric evidence for a global secular increase in carbon isotopic discrimination of land photosynthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:10361-10366.
Day JMD, Walker R.J, Warren J.M.  2017.  Os-186-Os-187 and highly siderophile element abundance systematics of the mantle revealed by abyssal peridotites and Os-rich alloys. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 200:232-254.
2016
Stock B.C, Semmens B.X.  2016.  Unifying error structures in commonly used biotracer mixing models. Ecology. 97:2562-2569.
2015
Yan Q.S, Castillo P., Shi X.F, Wang L.L, Liao L., Ren J.B.  2015.  Geochemistry and petrogenesis of volcanic rocks from Daimao Seamount (South China Sea) and their tectonic implications. Lithos. 218:117-126.
2014
Onstott T.C, Magnabosco C., Aubrey A.D, Burton A.S, Dworkin J.P, Elsila J.E, Grunsfeld S., Cao B.H, Hein J.E, Glavin D.P et al..  2014.  Does aspartic acid racemization constrain the depth limit of the subsurface biosphere? Geobiology. 12:1-19.
2013
Day JMD.  2013.  Hotspot volcanism and highly siderophile elements. Chemical Geology. 341:50-74.
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