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(2023) 13CH3D and 12CH2D2 Clumped Isotopes of Air as a Tool for Understanding Atmospheric Methane Sources and Sinks
Haghnegahdar MA, Sun J, Hultquist N, Hamovit N, Yarwood SA, Kaufman AJ, Bouyon A, Magen C & Farquhar J

(2022) An Insight into Atmospheric Methane Sources and Sinks Using 13CH3D & 12CH2D2 Clumped Isotopes
Haghnegahdar MA, Hultquist N, Sun J, Dickerson RR, Magen C, Kaufman AJ, Hamovit N, Scott JG, Yarwood S, Chowdhury TR, Bouyon A & Farquhar J

(2022) Methane Isotopologues of Vehicle Emissions: Added Complexity for Interpreting Urban Air Methane
Sun J, Haghnegahdar MA, Magen C & Farquhar J

(2022) Using Clumped Isotopes to Constrain Factors Influencing Trends in Atmospheric Methane
Farquhar J, Sun J, Haghnegahdar MA & Magen C

(2014) Remineralization Processes Across the Sulfate-Methane Transistion Zone in Contrasting California Borderland Basin Sediments
Burdige D, Komada T, Magen C & Chanton J

(2014) Radiocarbon and Stable Isotope Signatures of Sedimentary Methane at a Coastal California Basin
Magen C, Chanton J, Burdige D & Komada T

(2014) Characterization of Whole Porewater Dissolved Organic Matter by 1H NMR
Fox C, Lewicki J, Abdulla H, Harley S, Burdige D, Magen C, Chanton J & Komada T

(2014) Radiocarbon Signatures of Dissolved Organic Carbon in Anoxic Sediments of the Santa Barbara Basin
Komada T, Li HL, Burdige D, Cada A, Grose A, Magen C & Chanton J

(2010) Anoxia in Coastal Permeable Sediments Induces the Release of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM)
Magen C, Huettel M, Podgorski D & William C

(2010) Organic Matter Degradation and Nutrient Remobilization in Permeable Coastal Sands
Huettel M, Chipman L, Podgorski D, Green S, Magen C, Niggemann J, Ziervogel K, Arnosti C, Berg P, Cooper W, Dittmar T, Kostka J & Hallas K

(2006) Electrochemical investigation of bacterial Fe(III) reduction.
Crowe S, Magen C, Mucci A, Sundby B & Fowle D

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