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All abstracts by Frédéric Fluteau in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2023) Systematic Geochemical Variations in the Upper Deccan Lavas: Implications for the Magmatic Plumbing System
Hoyer PA, Haase KM, Regelous M & Fluteau F

(2022) New Constraints on Early Paleozoic Carbon Cycle Balance and Climate Change from Modelling
Markussen Marcilly C, Maffre P, Le Hir G, Pohl A, Fluteau F, Godderis Y, Donnadieu Y, Hatlen Heimdal T & Torsvik TH

(2020) Rapid Change in Deccan Volcanism Triggered by Delamination Prior to Chicxulub Impact
Hoyer PA, Regelous M, Haase KM & Fluteau F

(2019) Simulating the Combined Response of Climate, Carbon Cycle and Marine Biodiversity Through a LIP Degassing
Hennequin S, Goddéris Y, Le Hir G, Fluteau F & Brayard A

(2015) Direct Evidence for Significant Oxygen in the Late Archean Atmosphere from Paleosols of the Fortescue Group, Western Australia
Teitler Y, Philippot P, Gerard M, Le Hir G, Fluteau F & Ader M

(2014) Archaean pCO2 Reconstructed with a 3D Climate-Carbon Model
Le Hir G, Teitler Y, Fluteau F, Donnadieu Y & Philippot P

(2013) Isotopic and Mineralogical Evidence for Atmospheric Oxygenation in 2.76 Ga Old Paleosols
Philippot P, Teitler Y, Gérard M, Cartigny P, Muller E, Assayag N, Le Hir G & Fluteau F

(2012) Intrabasaltic Regoliths in the Deccan (India) and Karoo Traps (Lesotho): Witnesses of Volcanic Quiescence and Environmental Links
Gerard M, Fluteau F, Courtillot V & Moulin M

(2011) The Assumption of a Low pCO2 during the Archean Investigated with a 3D Climate Model
Le Hir G, Teitler Y, Fluteau F, Donnadieu Y & Philippot P

(2011) Ubiquitous Subaerial Weathering during Emersion of the Fortescue Late Archean Igneous Province, Western Australia
Teitler Y, Philippot P, Gerard M, Fluteau F & Le Hir G

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