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(2016) Probing Mining Industry Questions Using Synchrotron Radiation
Van Loon L, Banerjee N, Stromberg J, Feick K, Stammers L & Kope E

(2016) Trace Element and Gold Content and Speciation in Pyrites: Insights into Metal Mobility and Gold Mineralization at the Dome Mine
Stromberg J, VanLoon L & Banerjee N

(2015) Application of δ18O to Exploration at the Geordie Lake Cu-Pd Deposit, Midcontinent Rift, Canada
Good D, Webb E, Meghji I, Linnen R, Samson I & Banerjee N

(2014) Dual Si and O Isotope Measurements Using IRMS-BrF5 Fluorination
Prentice A, Jabeen I, Webb E, Banerjee N, Ali A, Brengman L & Fedo C

(2013) Storage of Initially Organic Nitrogen in Silicate Minerals and Volcanic Glasses
Bebout G, Lazzeri K, Palya A, Anderson-Smith L, Izawa M, Banerjee N & Geiger C

(2012) The in situ Occurrence of Bacteria on Gold Grain Surfaces: Implications for Bacterial Contributions to Gold Nugget Structure and Chemistry
Shuster J, Johnston C, Magarvey N, Gordon R, Banerjee N & Southam G

(2012) Archean Laboratory Models Possessing Photosynthetic Microbial Mats
Raudsepp M, Banerjee N & Southam G

(2012) Alteration and Isotopic Vectoring at the Syenite-Hosted Young-Davidson Gold Deposit, Matachewan, Ontario
Naderi N, Martin R, Linnen R, Zhang J, Lin S & Banerjee N

(2012) Biogeochemical Characterization of a Late Archean Sub-Seafloor Hydrothermal System, Dome Mine, Timmins, Ontario, Canada
Stromberg J, Banerjee N, Southam G, Cloutis E, Slater G & Barr E

(2010) An Oxygen Isotopic Study of the Lac Cinquante Uranium Deposit, Nunavut, Canada: Implications for Mineralization and Exploration
Banerjee N, Bridge N, Finnigan C, Ward J & Berry A

(2010) An Infrared Study of Modern and Paleo-Filamentous Bacteria from Rio Tinto, Spain
Preston LJ, Shuster J, Fernández-Remolar D, Banerjee NR, Osinski GR & Southam G

(2010) Possible Archean Mineral/Microbial Interactions: Laboratory Model of Microbial Growth on Serpentinized and Non-Serpentinized Mineral Surfaces
Vukosavljevic D, Banerjee N & Southam G

(2010) Microbes Influence the Mobilization and Re-precipitation of Ag in Gossans
Izawa M, Shuster J, Banerjee N, Flemming R & Southam G

(2010) Distribution of Mineral Precipitates at Arctic Saline Perennial Springs and Implications for Mars
Battler M, Osinski G & Banerjee N

(2009) Pillow Lava as Microbial Habitat for 3.5 Billion Years: Petrographic Signatures of Bioalteration
Furnes H, McLoughlin N, Staudigel H, Banerjee NR, Fliegel D, Muehlenbachs K & DeWit M

(2008) Inferring Mechanisms of Biocorrosion from Trace Fossil Morphology
Staudigel H, Furnes H, McLoughlin N, Banerjee N, Connell L & Templeton A

(2008) Direct in situ Dating of Titanite in Biotextures Using Laser Ablation MC-ICP-MS
Fliegel D, Mcloughlin N, Kosler J, Banerjee N, Simonetti A & Furnes H

(2007) Study at the Nanoscale of the Alteration of Submarine Basaltic Glass from the Ontong Java Plateau
Miot J, Benzerara K, Banerjee NR, Menguy N, Tyliszczak T, Brown, Jr. GE & Guyot F

(2007) Direct Dating of Archean Microbial Ichnofossils
Banerjee N, Simonetti A, Furnes H, Muehlenbachs K, Staudigel H, McLoughlin N, de Wit M & Van Kranendonk M

(2005) A Mechanism for Preservation of ~3.5 Billion-Year-Old Microbial Alteration Textures in Pillow Basalts from the Barberton Greenstone Belt
Banerjee N, Furnes H, Chacko T, Muehlenbachs K, Staudigel H & De Wit M

(2004) The Deep Biosphere's Imprint on Carbonate Carbon Isotope Systematics in Basalts from the Seafloor
Muehlenbachs K, Banerjee N & Furnes H

(2004) Pillow Lavas as a Habitat for Early Life on Earth
Banerjee N, Furnes H, Muehlenbachs K, Staudigel H & de Wit M

(2003) Life on the Rocks: Bioalteration of Volcanic Glass from the Oceanic Crust
Banerjee N, Muehlenbachs K & Furnes H

(2003) Carbon Isotopic Ratios as a Powerful Biosignature in Altered Basaltic Glass
Muehlenbachs K, Furnes H & Banerjee N

(2002) Bioalteration in a Subseafloor Tuff – The Link between Rocks and Sediments
Banerjee NR & Muehlenbachs K

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