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(2023) δ65Cu and δ66Zn Behavior Across Mangrove Pollution Gradients in Brazil
Barreira J, Castro S, Tonhá M, Cunha B, Garnier J, Souto de Oliveira CE, Babinski M, Reithmaier GMS, Yau YYY, Cabral A, Amora Nogueira L, Marotta Ribeiro H, Abuchacra RC, Santos I, Luiz-Silva W, Sanders C, Machado W & Araújo DF

(2017) Chromium Mobility in Ultramafic Areas: An Isotopic Study
Bolanos V, Sivry Y, Garnier J, Quantin C, Tharaud M, Lens P & van Hullebusch E

(2017) Nickel-Hyperaccumulating Plants from the Serpentine Soils of Brazil: Vegetation Control on Ni Isotope Fractionation
Quantin C, Ratié G, Garnier J & Maia de Freitas A

(2017) Tracing Anthropogenic Zinc Contamination in Coastal Environments Using Stable Isotope Composition
Araújo D, Machado W, Weiss D, Viers J, Dantas EL, Garnier J & Babinski M

(2016) Availability and Release of Chromium from Barro Alto and Crominía Mining Areas (Goiás State, Brazil)
Bolanos Benitez SV, Sivry Y, Garnier J, Quantin C, Tharaud M, Lens P & van Hullebush E

(2015) Nickel Isotope Fractionation during Smelting and Refining: A New Way to Trace the Sources of Ni in Soils
Ratié G, Garnier J, Jouvin D, Ettler V, Sivry Y & Quantin C

(2014) Nickel Isotopes Fate in an Ultramafic Complex
Ratié G, Jouvin D, Garnier J, Rouxel O, Miska S, Guimaraes E, Sivry Y, Emmanuelle M-P, Zelano I & Quantin C

(2012) Combining µSXRF, EXAFS and Isotopic Signature to Understand the Ni Cycle in Impacted Ultramafic Soils
Quantin C, Jouvin D, Gelabert A, Montarges-Pelletier E, Sivry Y, Zelano I, Pichon R, Garnier J & Benedetti M

(2005) Oxidation of Natural Groundwater from Bangladesh: Arsenic Speciation Evolution Assessed by XAS
Thoral S, Rose J, van Geen L, Garnier J, Chapon V, Hazeman JL, Heulin T & Bottero J

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