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All abstracts by Mark Barley in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2014) A 3480 Ma Pyritised Microbial Mat, Dresser Formation, Western Australia
Wacey D, Noffke N, Saunders M, Kong C, Cliff J, Barley M & Farquhar J

(2013) Geochemistry and Nano-Structure of Putative Filamentous Microbes from the 3.24 Ga Sulfur Springs Group, Pilbara, Western Australia
Wacey D, Saunders M, Kilburn M, Cliff J, Kong C, Barley M & McLoughlin N

(2012) Links between Tectonics and Life 4.0 to 2.3 Ga and the Rise of Oxygen
Barley M

(2011) Chromium Enrichment in Iron Formations Record Earth’s First Acid Rock Drainage during the Great Oxidation Event
Konhauser K, Lalonde S, Planavsky N, Pecoits E, Lyons T, Mojzsis S, Rouxel O, Barley M, Rosiere C, Fralick P, Kump L & Bekker A

(2011) The First Multiple Sulfur Isotope Evidence for a 2.9 Ga Mesoarchean Sulfate Reservoir
Barley M, Golding S, Heggie G & Fiorentini M

(2009) Oceanic Nickel Depletion and a Methanogen Famine Before the Great Oxidation Event
Konhauser K, Pecoits E, Lalonde S, Papineau D, Nisbet E, Barley M, Arndt N, Zahnle K & Kamber B

(2009) Precambrian Nickel Sources and Sinks
Pecoits E, Lalonde S, Barley M, Kamber B & Konhauser K

(2009) Earth’s Geodynamic and Redox Evolution and the Temporal Distribution of Archean and Paleoproterozoic Ore Deposits
Barley M

(2008) Sedimentological Evidence for the Origin of Paleoproterozoic, Banded Iron Formations in the Hamersley Province of Western Australia
Barley M

(2007) A 3.3 Ga Mo-Cu Porphyry-Style Deposit at Spinifex Ridge, East Pilbara, Western Australia: Re-Os Dating of Paleoarchean Molybdenite
Stein H, Barley M, Zimmerman A & Cummins B

(2006) Felsic volcanism in the eastern Yilgarn Craton: Evolution of a Late Archean convergent margin
Barley M, Brown S & Krapez B

(2006) Evolution of Late Archean HFSE-enriched igneous rocks of the Gindalbie Domain, Eastern Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia
Dickins C, Cassidy K & Barley M

(2006) Multiple S isotope study indicates footwall hydrothermal exhalative massive sulfides were the major sulfur source for Archean komatiite-hosted magmatic nickel-sulfides from Western Australia and Canada
Fiorentini M, Bekker A, Rumble D, Barley M & Beresford S

(2003) Global Tectonics and Late Archean to Early Paleoproterozoic Environmental Change
Barley M, Krapez B, Pickard A & Bekker A

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