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Modelling Zr Transport in Crustal and Mantle Fluids
Matthews S & Sverjensky DA

Heavy δ57Fe in Ocean Island Basalts: Is Pyroxenite the Solution?
Soderman C, Williams H, Shorttle O, Matthews S, Jackson M, Nebel O, Ruttor S, Beier C, Turner S & Millet M-A

Assessing Sulfur Isotope Variability in the Icelandic Mantle: Evidence from Subglacial Glasses and Melt Inclusions
Halldorsson SA, Ranta E, Gunnarsson Robin J, Bali E, Caracciolo A, Ono S, Jeon H, Whitehouse M, Hartley M, Dhaliwal J, Matthews S & Stefánsson A

Lengthscales of Mantle Volatile Heterogeneity
Matthews S, Shorttle O, Maclennan J, Rudge JF & Murton B

Tracing Tectonic Recycling, Mantle Heterogeneity, and Melt Transport Processes with Metal Stable Isotopes
Williams H, Matthews S, Soderman C, Freymuth H & Schannor M

(2019) Fe Isotope Evidence for Remnants of Early Silicate Differentiation in the Earth’s Mantle
Williams H, Matthews S, Shorttle O & Rizo H

(2019) Iron Isotope Constraints on the Lower Mantle Structure of the Samoan Mantle Plume
Soderman C, Williams H, Shorttle O, Matthews S & Jackson M

(2019) The Roles of Source and Process in Generating Fe-Isotope Variability in Basaltic Suites: A Combined Empirical and Theoretical Approach
Matthews S, Williams H, Shorttle O, Soderman C, Maclennan J & Halldórsson S

(2018) Can We Detect Carbon Rich Mantle Reservoirs?
Matthews S, Shorttle O, Maclennan J, Rudge JF & Miller WGR

(2018) Iron Isotope and Fe3+/Fetotal Hetereogenity Preserved on Inter-Eruption Lengthscales in Iceland
Williams H, Matthews S, Shorttle O, Maclennan J & Halldórsson S

(2017) The Roles of Degassing and Mixing on Volatile-Trace Element Systematics: Implications for Global Carbon Budgets
Matthews S, Shorttle O, Rudge JF & Maclennan J

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