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All abstracts by Allan H. Wilson in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2019) Tracing Heterogeneous Intercumulus Processes by Rutile: Examples from the Bushveld Complex
Zeh A, Gudelius D & Wilson A

(2019) Zircon Formation Processes in Felsic and Mafic Rocks of the Bushveld Complex
Gudelius D, Zeh A & Wilson AH

(2019) Early Traces of Life Preserved in 3.51 Ga Old Cherts of the Daitari Greenstone Belt, India
Jodder J, Hofmann A, Wilson A, Stüeken E & Xie H

(2015) Zircons of the Bushveld Complex – When and How did They Form?
Zeh A, Wilson A, Schaltegger U & Ovtcharova M

(2015) Hf and Nd Isotope Systematics of Early Archean Komatiites from the Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa
Blichert-Toft J, Wilson A & Arndt N

(2015) Unique Structures and Relict Mineral Associations in Komatiites from the Barberton Greenstone Belt as Revealed from the ICDP Drilling
Wilson A, Arndt N & Coetzee G

(2014) Hf and Nd Isotope Systematics of 3.5 Ga Komatiites from ICDP Drilling in the Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa
Blichert-Toft J, Coetzee G, Wilson A & Arndt N

(2013) Archean Mantle Heterogeneities Revealed by Hf-Nd Isotope Systematics of the 3.33 Ga Commondale Komatiites
Hoffmann JE & Wilson AH

(2009) 300 M.y. of Komatiite Evolution in the Barberton Greenstone Belt
Robin C, Arndt N, Chauvel C, Byerly G, Kareem K, Hofmann A & Wilson A

(2009) An Andean-Type Arc on the Western Margin of Rodinia – Evidence from Neoproterozoic Ultramafic Rocks in the Andriamena Region, Madagascar
Bybee G, Ashwal L & Wilson A

(2002) Re-Os Systematics of 3.3 Ga Nondweni-Commondale Komatiites, Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa
Shirey SB, Wilson AH & Carlson RW

(2002) Early Archaean Highly-Depleted Ultramafic Boninitic Lavas in the Southern Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa
Wilson A

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