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A new approach to understanding the origin of Fuerteventura, Canary Islands (Spain): A U-Pb, Hf and O isotope and minor- and trace- element detrital zircon studyDownload
The Canarian Archipelago contains seven islands proximal to the African continent and High Atlas Mountains. The origin and magmatic evolution of these islands has been a contentious issue for several decades. This particular archipelago is unique because three of the islands (Fuerteventura, La...
A new Early Eocene (Lostcabinian) mammal assemblage from the Main Body of the Wasatch Formation, Northern Green River Basin; The Pinnacles, Sweetwater Co., WyomingDownload
Taphonomy of fluvially deposited microvertebrates and systematic paleontology of the Pinnacles buttes in the northwest Great Divide Basin is examined. The Pinnacles buttes contain an early Eocene mammal assemblage of over 900 cataloged specimens from several prolific University of Michigan...
A Multidisciplinary Investigation on the Influence of Archean Seawater Composition and UV radiation levels on the Survival and Evolution of Early MicroorganismsDownload
Life evolved in the oceans nearly four billion years ago, but the environmental conditions surrounding its evolution remains poorly understood. While Archean seawater (2.5 to 3.8 Ga) provided ancient microorganisms with the bioactive trace metals needed to sustain their metabolic requirements, it...
Quantifying and predicting the dissolution of minerals in complex (multicomponent) aqueous fluids across wide ranges of P-T space is critical for interpreting geologic processes that involve water-rock interactions in the Earth’s crust and upper mantle. Here, we define a new thermodynamic model...
A Model for the Solubility of Anhydrite in H2O-NaCl fluids from 25 to 800 °C, 0.1 to 1400 MPa, and 0 to 60 wt% NaCl: Applications to Hydrothermal Ore-forming SystemsDownload
Anhydrite (CaSO4) is a common gangue mineral in hydrothermal ore-forming systems, though currently there is no robust numerical model for the solubility of anhydrite in H2O-NaCl hydrothermal fluids. Here, we present a thermodynamic model for the solubility of anhydrite in saline aqueous fluids...