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All abstracts by Brian Kendall in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Spatiotemporal Tuning of Trace Metal Mass Balance Models to Quantify Global Oceanic Anoxia for the T-OAE
Kunert A & Kendall B

(2020) Reconstructing Global Ocean Redox Conditions by Coupling the Mo and U Isotope Systems of Euxinic Organic-Rich Mudrocks
Lyu X, Dahl TW, Zheng W, Wang S & Kendall B

(2020) Vanadium Hyper-Enrichments in Marine Organic-Rich Mudrocks
Kendall B, Kunert A & Yang S

(2020) Minimal Cadmium-Isotopic Variations during a ‘whiff’ of O2 at 2.5 Ga
Tegler L, Ostrander C, Anbar A, Kendall B, Nielsen S & Horner T

(2019) A Devonian Example of Why an Integrated Geochemical Approach is Needed to Infer Global Ocean Redox
Kendall B, Wang J, Zheng W, Romaniello S, Lu X & Dahl T

(2018) Oxygen Oases Were Persistent and Widespread Before the GOE
Ostrander C, Nielsen S, Owens J, Kendall B, Gordon G, Romaniello S & Anbar A

(2017) Global Marine Redox Changes Drove the Rise and Fall of the Early Animals
Zhang F, Romaniello S, Kendall B, Xiao S & Anbar A

(2017) Mo Isotope Evidence for a Global Expansion in Marine Euxinia ~ 2.5 Billion Years ago
Ostrander C, Kendall B, Romaniello S, Gordon G & Anbar A

(2016) Advances on the Paired Use of Mo and U Isotope Data from Organic-Rich Mudrocks to Infer Ancient Ocean Redox Conditions
Kendall B, Lu X, Yang S, Wang J, Wang S, Zhang F & Romaniello S

(2016) Uranium Isotope Variation Across the Ediacaran Shuram Excursion
Zhang F, Li C, Melezhik V, Pokrovsky B, Shi W, Cheng M, Kendall B, Romaniello S, Owens J & Anbar A

(2013) Temporal Trends in the Seawater Osmium Inventory and 187Os/188Os
Kendall B & Lu X

(2012) Geochemical Perpectives on Local Versus Global Ocean Redox at 1.64 Ga
Kelly A, Lyons T, Alsop E, Love G, Planavsky N, Kendall B & Anbar A

(2012) Rhenium Data from Shales Confirms Ferruginous Proterozoic Deep Oceans
Kendall B, Anbar A, Creaser R, Lyons T, Bekker A & Poulton S

(2012) Ocean Redox Changes in the Wake of the Marinoan Glaciaiton
Sahoo S, Planavsky N, Kendall B, Wang X, Shi X, Anbar A, Lyons T & Jiang G

(2011) Whither the Whiff?
Anbar A, Kendall B, Reinhard C & Lyons T

(2011) Marine Redox Conditions and Sulfur Cycling during the Deposition of the 2.3 Ga Timeball Hill Formation
Diekrup D, Kaufman AJ, Kendall B & Strauss H

(2011) First Episode of Widespread Ocean Oxygenation 551 Myr ago
Kendall B, Komiya T, Lyons T, Bates S, Jiang G, Creaser R, Xiao S, McFadden K, Sawaki Y, Tahata M, Shu D, Han J, Li Y, Chu X & Anbar A

(2011) Tracking Archean Seawater Trace Metal Inventories Through Multi-Proxy Analysis of Euxinic Black Shales
Scott C, Planavsky N, Kendall B, Wind B, Bekker A, Anbar A & Lyons T

(2008) Crustal Versus Hydrothermal Sources to 2.7-2.3 Ga Seawater: Constraints from Os Isotopes and Re, Mo Abundances in Black Shales
Kendall B, Hannah J, Yang G, Stein H, Creaser R, Anbar A & Arnold G

(2008) Advances in Crustal Geochronology of Shales and Sulfide Minerals Using 187Re-187Os
Creaser R, Kendall B & Morelli R

(2007) A Whiff of Oxygen Before the Great Oxidation Event?
Anbar A, Duan Y, Lyons T, Arnold G, Kendall B, Creaser R, Kaufman AJ, Gordon G, Garvin J & Buick R

(2006) Re-Os Systematics of the Proterozoic Velkerri and Wollogorang Black Shales, McArthur Basin, Northern Australia
Kendall B & Creaser R

(2006) 187Re Decay Constant Accuracy and Black Shale Re-Os Geochronology
Selby D, Kendall B & Creaser R

(2005) High-Precision Re-Os Shale Geochronology
Creaser R, Selby D & Kendall B

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