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All abstracts by Greg Holland in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Using Methane Clumped Isotopes to Investigate Thermal Generation of Longmaxi Shale Gas in Sichuan Basin, China
Chen C, Wang Y, Holland G & Zhou Z

(2020) Using Noble Gases to Trace the Origin and Accumulation of Helium in Weiyuan Gas Field, Sichuan Basin
Zhong W, Qin S, Holland G & Zhou Z

(2020) Origin and Accumulation Mechanisms of Wufeng-Longmaxi Shale Gas in the Sichuan Basin, China
Beagle JR, Cao C, Wang Y, Holland G & Zhou Z

(2018) Primordial and Recycled Noble Gases in the Deep Mantle
Street K, Hartley M, Holland G, Burgess R, Waters E, Shorttle O & Haldorsson SA

(2018) Fluid Evolution of Krafla Geothermal Field, Iceland, as Traced by Noble Gas and Stable Isotopes
Li Y, Zhou Z, Holland G, Zwahlen C, Markusson S & Wang Y

(2018) Helium Characteristics in Granites from North Qinling Orogen, China: Implications for Granite as an Effective Helium Source Rock
Zhang W, Li Y, Zhao F, Zhou Z, Holland G, Han W & Zhou J

(2018) Quantifying Natural Gas and Groundwater Interaction with Noble Gases in the Sichuan Basin, China
Zhou Z, Li Y, Holland G, Qin S & Wang Y

(2017) Noble Gas and Stable Isotope Characteristics of Hydrothermal Fluid System, Krafla, Iceland
Li Y, Zhou Z, Markusson S, Zwahlen C & Holland G

(2017) Quantifying Subducted Volatiles from the Leka Ophiolite, Norway
Carter E, O'Driscoll B, Burgess R, Clay P & Holland G

(2016) Defining the Residence Times of Fluids within Precambrian-Aged Systems
Warr O, Sherwood Lollar B, Fellowes J, Sutcliffe C, McDermott J, Sica C, Holland G, Mabry J & Ballentine C

(2016) High Precision Noble Gas Analyses Using Isotopx NGX
Holland G, Tootell D & Zhou Z

(2015) How Old are CO2 Reservoirs? A New Method to Determine Directly the Emplacement Time of CO2 Through Noble Gas and Stable Isotope Diffusion Profiles
Zwahlen C, Holland G, Kampman N & Dennis P

(2015) Determining the Mean Residence Age of Precambrian Fluid Systems
Warr O, Sherwood Lollar B, Fellowes J, Sutcliffe C, McDermott J, Holland G, Mabry J & Ballentine C

(2015) Understanding Carbon Dioxide Emplacement Processes Using Noble Gases and Stable Isotopes
Holland G, Zwahlen C, Kampman N, Zhou Z, Ballentine C & Dennis P

(2013) Deep Fracture Fluids Isolated in the Crust Since the Precambrian
Holland G, Sherwood Lollar B, Lacrampe-Couloume G, Slater G & Ballentine C

(2013) Reduced Gas Flux from Precambrian Cratons – Implications for Subsurface Microbiology
Sherwood Lollar B, Holland G, Li L, Lacrampe-Couloume G, Slater GF, Onstott TC & Ballentine C

(2012) The Oldest Isolated Life-Bearing Macrosystem on the Planet?
Ballentine C, Holland G, Slater G, Li L, Laccrampe-Couloume G & Sherwood Lollar B

(2012) Brines and Saline Fracture Waters in the Terrestrial Subsurface: A Niche for the Deep Biosphere and Unique Analog for Mars
Li L, Sherwood Lollar B, Holland G, Slater GF, Ballentine CJ & Lacrampe-Couloume G

(2012) Network of Terrestrial Subsurface Sites in Precambrian Shields: Insights for Early Earth and Mars
Sherwood Lollar B, Onstott TC, Kieft TL, Li L, van Heerden E, Slater GF, Moser DP, Lacrampe-Couloume G, Holland G & Ballentine CJ

(2011) Slab-Derived Halogens and Noble Gases with a Marine Pore-Fluid Signature
Sumino H, Ballentine C, Burgess R, Endo S, Yoshida K, Mizukami T, Holland G, Wallis S & Hirajima T

(2011) Noble Gases from the Precambrian Shield of Canada
Holland G, Sherwood Lollar B, Li L, Lacrampe-Couloume G, Slater G & Ballentine C

(2010) Kr and Xe and the Origin of Noble Gases in the Mantle and Atmosphere
Ballentine C & Holland G

(2009) Primordial Krypton in the Terrestrial Mantle is not Solar
Holland G, Ballentine C & Cassidy M

(2009) CO2 Dissolution in Formation Water as Dominant Sink in Natural Gas Fields
Gilfillan S, Sherwood Lollar B, Haszeldine S, Holland G, Blagburn D, Stevens S, Schoell M, Cassidy M, Ding Z, Zhou Z, Lacrampe-Couloume G & Ballentine C

(2008) The Geological Storage of CO2: Quantification of Natural Gas/ Groundwater Interaction
Ballentine CJ, Gilfillan S, Holland G, Zhou Z, Sherwood Lollar B & Cassidy M

(2008) Performance of a Multicollector Mass Spectrometer for Heavy Noble Gas Analysis
Holland G & Ballentine C

(2007) Seawater Recycling into the Deep Mantle – And the Source of 3He?
Ballentine C, Brandenburg J, Van Keken P & Holland G

(2006) Seawater subduction controls the heavy noble gas composition of the mantle
Holland G & Ballentine C

(2006) Developing Phase Interaction Models to Apply Noble Gases to the Problem of Carbon Dioxide Sequestration
Ballentine CJ, Gilfillan S, Holland G, Zhou Z & Mackintosh S

(2006) New insights into geologic CO2 sequestration from natural analogues of the Colorado Plateau and Rocky Mountain provinces, USA
Gilfillan S, Ballentine C, Holland G, Sherwood Lollar B, Stevens S, Schoell M & Cassidy M

(2005) The Noble Gas Character of Mantle Fluids Associated with Cenozoic Volcanism in the SW USA
Gilfillan S, Ballentine C & Holland G

(2002) Xenon Isotopes in Nanodiamonds
Holland G, Gilmour J, Verchovsky S & Turner G

(2002) I-Xe Analyses of Chainpur Chondrules
Busfield A, Holland G, Bridges J, Gilmour J & Turner G

(2000) New Ar-Ar Data on Nakhla Minerals
Burgess R, Holland G, Fernandes V & Turner G

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