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All abstracts by Gareth Johnson in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2022) Constraining Oxygen Isotope Equilibrium Exchange between CO2 and Water during Fluid Cycling in a Closed System
Serno S, Johnson G, Boyce A & Gilfillan SMV

(2022) Multi-Isotope Geochemical Baseline Study of the CMC Research Institutes CCS Field Research Station (Alberta, Canada), Prior to CO2 Injection
Utley RE, Martin-Roberts E, Utting N, Johnson G, Gyore D, Zurakowska M, Stuart F, Boyce A, Darrah T, Gulliver P, Osadetz K, Lawton D, Haszeldine S & Gilfillan SMV

(2022) Tracking CO2 Injection, Migration and Fate at Carbfix2 Using Stable Isotopes
Holdsworth C, Tamraz L, Gilfillan SMV, Haszeldine S, Johnson G, Boyce A, Snæbjörnsdóttir SÓ & Sigfússon B

(2020) Constraining the Subsurface Geochemical Baseline of CMC Research Institutes’ Field Research Station (FRS), Alberta
Utley R, Utting N, Johnson G, Zurakowski M, Gyore D, Stuart F, Osadetz K, Darrah T, Haszeldine RS & Gilfillan S

(2019) Constraining the Origin of CO2 Upwelling beneath Southern South Africa Using Noble Gases
Gilfillan S, Flude S, Johnson G, Bond C, Gyore D, Hicks N, Lister R, Jones D, Stuart F & Haszeldine S

(2017) Helium, Carbon and Oxygen Isotopes as Natural Tracers of CO2 Storage and Migration in South East Australia
Karolytė R, Serno S, Johnson G & Gilfillan S

(2013) Tracing the Movement and Fate of Injected CO2 in a Mature Oil Field Using Geochemical, Isotopic and Modeling Approaches
Mayer B, Johnson G, Dalkhaa C, Shevalier M, Nightingale M & Hutcheon I

(2011) Oxygen Isotope Exchange between H2O and Super Critical CO2: Lab Experiments and Field Evidence
Johnson G, Mayer B, Nightingale M & Shevalier M

(2010) Accounting of Injected CO2 during Geologic Storage Using Chemical and Isotopic Approaches
Johnson G, Mayer B, Nightingale M & Shevalier M

(2008) Comparison of Isotopic Trends Revealing the Fate of Injected CO2 in Two Geological Storage Projects in Mature Oilfields in Canada
Mayer B, Raistrick M, Johnson G, Nightingale M, Shevalier M, Taylor S, Hutcheon I & Perkins E

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