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(2015) Multi-Isotope Tracers of Human Impact on Anthropophile Elements in River Systems
Chen J, Gaillardet J, Busigny V, Bouchez J, Louvat P & Wang Y

(2014) C-, Hg-Stratigraphies, Hg Isotopes and Volcanic Activity during Extreme Environmental Turnover: The Cretaceous-Paleogene Transition in Italy, Denmark and Argentina
Sial AN, Chen J, Lacerda LD, Peralta S, Gaucher C, Frei R, Cirilli S, Barbosa AJ, Ferreira VP & Pereira NS

(2014) Unusual Fractionation of Mercury Isotopes in the Hongfeng Lake Near Guiyang, SW China
Wang Z, Chen J, Feng X & Cai H

(2013) Iron Isotopes in the Suspended Load of the Seine River (France): Natural Versus Anthropogenic Sources
Chen J-B, Busigny V, Gaillardet J & Louvat P

(2013) Evolution of Anthropogenic Contamination in the Seine River (France) over the Last 15 Years Revealed by Boron Isotope Ratios
Louvat P, Guinoiseau D, Paris G, Chen J-B, Chetelat B & Gaillardet J

(2012) Unusual Fractionation of Both odd and Even Hg Isotopes in Precipitation
Chen J, Hintelmann H, Feng X & Dimock B

(2011) Mass-Dependent Fractionation and Mass-Independent Fractionation of Hg Isotopes in Aqueous Environment
Chen J-B, Hintelmann H & Feng X-B

(2011) Isotopic Tracing of Lithium Sources in the Seine River, Paris (France)
Vigier N, Gaillardet J, Louvat P & Chen J

(2010) Chromatographic Pre-Concentration of Hg from Dilute Aqueous Solutions for Isotopic Measurement by MC-ICP-MS
Chen JB, Hintelmann H & Dimock B

(2009) Stable Isotopic Composition of Zn in Hydrothermal Spring Waters
Chen J, Gaillardet J, Birck J-L, Crispi O & Dessert C

(2008) Multi-Isotopic (Zn, Cu) Approach for Anthropogenic Contamination of Suspended Sediments of the Seine River, France
Chen J-B, Gaillardet J & Louvat P

(2007) Zn Isotope Measurements in Freshwater and its Use as a Probe of Anthropogenic Contamination in the Seine River
Chen J, Gaillardet J & Louvat P

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