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All abstracts by Michael J. Walter in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2022) Hydrous Silicate Melts and the Deep Mantle H2O Cycle
Lord OT, Drewitt J, Walter MJ, Brodholt J & Muir J

(2022) On the Link between Experiments and Interior Models: The Example of Carbon Enriched Systems
Miozzi F, Tracy SJ, Driscoll P, Yang J, Dutta R & Walter MJ

(2022) Paleozoic Subduction into the Deeper Mantle Recorded by Superdeep Diamonds
Timmerman S, Pearson DG, Koornneef JM, Harlou R, Nowell GM, Thomson AR, Kohn SC, Davies JHFL, Davies GR, Krebs MY, Zhang Q, Milne SE, Stachel T, Harris JW, Kaminsky F, Bulanova G, Smith CB, Burnham A & Walter MJ

(2021) Terrestrial Geochronology and Radiogenic Isotope Geochemistry at the Carnegie Institution of Washington 1950–2021
Shirey SB, Carlson RW, Walter MJ & Hardy SJ

(2021) Ultra-Depleted Residual Mantle Peridotites in Ophiolites from Papua New Guinea: Earth’s most Depleted Melting Residues
Barrett N, Jaques AL, Pearson DG, González-Álvarez I & Walter MJ

(2021) Superionic Iron-Hydrogen Alloys in Earth's Inner Core
Wang W, Li Y, Brodholt J, Vočadlo L, Walter MJ & Wu Z

(2021) Sublithospheric Diamonds and Deep Earthquakes Demonstrate an Arc-Avoiding Subduction Pathway for C-O-H-N-S Volatiles
Shirey SB, Wagner LS, Walter MJ, Pearson DG & van Keken PE

(2019) Developments for the in situ Study of High P-T Fluids and Melts at the Diamond Light Source
Anzellini S, Louvel M, Drewit J, Farsang S, Keeble D, Ross A, Amboage M & Walter M

(2019) Transition-Zone Hydrous Melts
Drewitt J, Walter M, Brodholt J & Muir J

(2019) An Experimental and ab Initio Study of Water in CaSiO3-walstromite
Gregson C, Lord O, Kohn S & Walter M

(2019) The Effect of Valence and Coordination on Mo Isotope Fractionation between Metal and Silicate
Hin RC, Burnham AD, Gianolio D, Walter MJ & Elliott T

(2019) Subducted Serpentinite Water, Superdeep Diamonds, and Deep Focus Earthquakes
Shirey S, Wagner L, Walter M, Pearson G & van Keken P

(2019) Water Content of Silicate Mineral Inclusions in Superdeep Diamonds from Juina, Brazil
Thomson A, Hauri E, Shirey S, Walter M, Kohn S, Bulanova G, Smith C & Wang J

(2018) Magnesium Isotope Evidence that Accretional Vapour Loss Shapes Planetary Compositions
Hin RC, Coath CD, Carter PJ, Nimmo F, Lai Y-J, Pogge von Strandmann PAE, Willbold M, Leinhardt ZM, Walter MJ & Elliott T

(2015) The Influence of Valence State on Molybdenum Isotope Fractionation
Hin RC, Burnham AD, Walter MJ & Elliott T

(2015) High Resolution FTIR Mapping of Natural Diamonds
Speich L, Kohn SC, Walter MJ, Bulanova GP & Smith CB

(2015) Deep Mantle Melts Recorded in Superdeep Diamonds and their Mineral Inclusions
Walter M, Thomson A, Brooker R & Kohn S

(2014) Water Content of Stishovite, Majorite, and Perovskite Inclusions in Juina Superdeep Diamonds
Shirey S, Hauri E, Thomson A, Bulanova G, Smith C, Kohn S & Walter M

(2013) Water Content of Inclusions in Superdeep Diamonds
Shirey SB, Hauri EH, Thomson AR, Bulanova GP, Smith CB, Kohn SC & Walter MJ

(2013) Trace Element Partitioning between Carbonate Globules and Silicate Glass in Volcanic Carbonatites
McMahon S, Humphreys-Williams E, Gilder C, Brooker R, Jeffries T & Walter M

(2013) An Experimental Investigation of the Formation Mechanisms of Superdeep Diamonds
Thomson A, Walter M, Kohn S, Bulanova G & Smith C

(2013) The Redox State of Diamond-Forming Fluids: Constraints from Fe3+/Fe2+ of Garnets
Burnham A, Kohn S, Potiszil C, Walter M, Bulanova G, Thomson A & Smith C

(2013) Diamonds and their Inclusions from Dachine, French Guiana: A Record of Paleoproterozoic Subduction
Walter M, Smith C, Bulanova G, Mikhail S & Kohn S

(2013) Platelet Degradation in Diamonds. Insights from Infrared Microscopy and Implications for the Thermal Evolution of Cratonic Mantle
Kohn S, Wibberley E, Smith C, Bulanova G & Walter M

(2012) Multiple Growth Events in Diamonds from Murowa; Evidence from FTIR Mapping of N and H Defects
Kohn S, Bulanova G, Smith C, Walter M, Marks A & McKay A

(2012) Evidence for the Role of Carbonate Melts in the Origin of Superdeep Diamond Inclusions from the Juina-5 Kimberlite, Brazil
Thomson A, Walter M, Kohn S, Russell B, Bulanova G, Araujo D & Smith C

(2011) The Origin of Carbonate Globules in Silicate Melts: Solids or Liquids?
McMahon S, Bailey K, Walter M & Caricchi L

(2011) Subducted Oceanic Crust Exhumed from the Lower Mantle
Kohn S, Walter M, Araujo D, Bulanova G & Smith C

(2011) TAPP: Retrograde Mg-Perovskite from Subducted Lithosphere?
Armstrong L & Walter M

(2010) The Melting Curve of FeSi to 150 GPa: Implications for D"
Lord O, Walter M, Dobson D, Armstrong L, Clark S & Kleppe A

(2009) Iron Lite: Experimental Constraints on the Composition of Earth’s Core
Walter M, Lord O, Helffrich G & Walker D

(2009) Towards a Better Understanding of the Origin and Evolution of Kimberlite Melts Using Melt Phase Relations in CMAS-CO2-H2O-K2O
Buisman I, Walter M & Sparks S

(2009) Enstatite Chondrite and Related Earth Models
Wade J, Wood B, Elliott T & Walter M

(2007) The Melting Curve of Fe3C to 73 GPa
Lord O & Walter M

(2007) Metal Silicate Partitioning of Ge, Mo, Ga and P: Constraints on Core Formation
Rai N, Walter M & Hawkesworth C

(2007) Mg-Fe2+-Fe3+-Al-Si-O Phase Relations at Lower Mantle Conditions: Lack of Evidence for Fe-Disproportionation
Armstrong L & Walter M

(2003) The Effect of Sulfate Sulfur on the Structure of Na2O-SiO2 Glasses: A 29Si MAS NMR, Raman and FT-Ir Study
Tsujimura T, Xue X, Walter M, Yamashita S & Kanzaki M

(2003) Crystal Fractionation in a Deep Magma Ocean
Walter M, Tronnes R, Frost D & Nakamura E

(2001) Spinel and Post-Spinel Transitions in the Mg2SiO4-Fe2SiO4 Binary Using in situ Pressure Determinations: Implications for the Earth’s Mantle
Minarik WG, Fei Y, Hirose K, Li J, Van Orman J, Walter M & Funakoshi K

(2001) Post-Spinel Transition in Mg2SiO4 Determined by High P-T in situ X-Ray Diffractometry
Katsura T, Walter MJ, Yamada H, Shinmei T, Kubo A, Ono S, Kanzaki M, Yoneda A, Ito E, Urakawa S, Funakoshi K & Utsumi W

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