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All abstracts by Gwyneth W. Gordon in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2019) Evaluating Spaceflight-Induced Bone Loss in Astronauts Using Ca Isotopes
Romaniello SJ, Gordon GW, Skulan J, Smith SM, Zwart SR & Anbar AD

(2017) Mo Isotope Evidence for a Global Expansion in Marine Euxinia ~ 2.5 Billion Years ago
Ostrander C, Kendall B, Romaniello S, Gordon G & Anbar A

(2016) Variations of U and Mo Isotopes Across the Deep Sea Permian-Triassic Boundary
Takahashi S, Gordon G, Ozaki K, Yamasaki S, Kimura K, Anbar A & Tada R

(2016) Mo Isotope Analysis of the ~2.7 Ga Roy Hill Shale – More Evidence for Archean Oxygen?
Ostrander CM, Roy M, Gordon GW, Romaniello SJ, Olson SL, Lyons TW & Anbar AD

(2016) Molybdenum Isotopes in Marine Hydrothermal Mn Deposits
Goto K, Shimoda G, Anbar A, Gordon G, Harigane Y, Senda R, Suzuki K & Hein J

(2015) U Isotope Variations in a Dolomitized Jurassic Carbonate Platform (Tithonian; Southern Germany)
Herrmann A, Gordon G & Anbar A

(2015) Ca Isotope Fractionation during Bone Formation
Gordon G, Skulan J & Anbar A

(2015) Developing a Clinically Useful Calcium Isotope Biomarker
Anbar A, Gordon G, Skulan J, Smith S & Fonseca R

(2014) Iron Cycling in Neoproterozoic Ferruginous Oceans
Dahl TW, Anbar AD, Gordon GW & Canfield DE

(2014) Uranium Isotope in Ferromanganese Crusts: Implications for the Marine 238U/235U Isotope System
Goto K, Anbar A, Gordon G, Romaniello S, Shimoda G, Takaya Y, Tokumaru A, Nozaki T, Suzuki K, Machida S, Hanyu T & Usui A

(2013) Early Detection of Osteolytic Lesions in Multiple Myeloma Using Natural Ca Isotopes
Gordon G, Skulan J, Channon M, Fonseca R & Anbar A

(2013) Understanding Controls on Ca Isotopes in Human Blood and Urine
Channon M, Gordon G, Shollenberger Q, Morgan J, Smith S & Anbar A

(2013) Molybdenum and Uranium Isotope Dynamics in a Paleozoic Epicontinental Black Shale
Herrmann A, Algeo T, Romaniello S, Gordon G & Anbar A

(2011) Rapidly Assessing Changes in Bone Mineral Balance Using Natural Stable Calcium Isotopes
Morgan JLL, Gordon G, Romaniello S, Skulan J, Smith S & Anbar A

(2011) The Extent of Oceanic Anoxic Events Revealed by Correlated Mo- and U Isotope Records
Weyer S, Montoya Pino C, Gordon G, van de Schootbrugge B, Oschmann W, Pross J & Anbar A

(2010) Of Modern Lakes and Ancient Oceans: Trace Metals and their Isotopes in an Anoxic African Rift Lake
Severmann S, McManus J, Poulson-Brucker R, Owen J, Lyons T, Anbar A & Gordon G

(2009) Multiple Geochemical Proxies Reveal a Late Cambrian Ocean Anoxic Event
Gill B, Lyons T, Dahl T, Saltzman M, Gordon G & Anbar A

(2009) Do δ98Mo Values in Marine Euxinic Sediments Reflect Seawater?
Dahl TW, Anbar A, Gordon G, Rosing MT, Frei RE & Canfield DE

(2008) Evidence from Mo Isotopic Compositions for “A Whiff of Oxygen” Before the Great Oxidation Event
Duan Y, Arnold GL, Gordon GW & Anbar AD

(2008) Molybdenum Isotope Variations in a Redox-Stratified Lake; Removal Mechanism and Preservation in Euxinic Sediments
Dahl TW, Anbar AD, Gordon GW, Rosing MT, Frei RE & Canfield DE

(2008) Redox Renaissance
Anbar A & Gordon G

(2007) A Whiff of Oxygen Before the Great Oxidation Event?
Anbar A, Duan Y, Lyons T, Arnold G, Kendall B, Creaser R, Kaufman AJ, Gordon G, Garvin J & Buick R

(2007) Mo Isotope Variations in Meromictic Lake Cadagno
Dahl TW, Anbar AD, Gordon GW, Frei R & Canfield DE

(2006) Evaluation of the Mo isotope paleoredox proxy in Late Cretaceous ocean sediments
Gordon G, Anbar A, Macleod K & Lyons T

(2006) Temperature dependence of Mo isotope fractionation during adsorption to δ-MnO2: implications for the paleoredox proxy
Wasylenki L, Anbar A & Gordon G

(2006) The isotopic expression of Fe shuttling in modern and ancient euxinic sediments: implications for the rise of oxygen
Severmann S, Lyons TW, Duan Y, Anbar A, Gordon G & McManus J

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