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(2021) Global Carbon Dioxide Removal Potential of Waste Materials from Metal and Diamond Mining
Bullock L, James RH, Matter J, Renforth P, Yang A, Darton R & Teagle D

(2019) Global Potential of Ore-Producing Mines for Sequestering CO2
Bullock L, James R, Matter J, Teagle D, Lam P & Duret M

(2019) Physical Properties of the MohoTZ: Implications from Recent Drilling Projects
Abe N, Okazaki K, Katayama I, Hatakeyama K, Akamatsu Y, Michibayashi K, Takazawa E, Teagle D, Kelemen P, Godard M, Matter J & Coggon J

(2019) Constraining Apparent Groundwater Age in the Samail Ophiolite
Paukert Vankeuren A, Stute M, Matter J & Kelemen P

(2018) δ88Sr and δ44/40Ca Fractionation along Groundwater Flow Paths in the Peridotite Aquifers of Oman
Bompard N, Pearce C, Bradbury H, Turchyn A, Teagle D & Matter J

(2016) Mineral Storage of Gas Mixtures in Basalt
Gislason S, Gunnarsson I, Juliusson B, Clark D, Snæbjörnsdottir S, Aradottir E, Gunnlaugsson E, Sigfusson B, Stute M, Matter J, Broecker W, Arnarsson M, Dideriksen K, Olssen J & Oelkers E

(2016) The Active Role of Carbonate Mineralisation in the Peridotite Aquifer of the Oman-Uae Ophiolite
Bompard N, Matter J & Teagle D

(2015) Rapid Mineralisation of CO2 and CO2-H2S-H2-Gas Mixture at the CarbFix Site in SW-Iceland
Snæbjörnsdóttir SÓ, Mesfin K, Gunnarsson I, Aradóttir ES, Stute M, Matter JM, Oelkers EH, Dideriksen K, Stipp S & Gislason SR

(2015) The CarbFix-SulFix project: Mineral Storage of CO2/H2S Gas Mixtures in Basaltic Rocks
Clark DE, Gunnarsson I, Aradottir ES, Gunnlaugsson E, Juliusson BM, Matter JM, Stute M, Oelkers EH, Snaebjornsdottir SO & Gislason SR

(2015) Modern Peridotite Alteration in Oman Hyperalkaline Aquifers and Implications for Microbial Habitability
Miller H, Matter J, Kelemen P, Ellison E, Conrad M & Templeton A

(2014) The Past, Present, and Future of Carbon Capture and Storage
Oelkers E, Gislason S, Stute M & Matter J

(2013) Tracer Applications to Verify Carbon Mineralization in Icelandic Basalts
Stute M, Hall J, Matter J, Mesfin K, Gislason S, Sigfusson B, Gunnlaugsson E, Gunnarsson I, Aradottir E, Sigurdardottir H, Axelson G & Broecker W

(2013) Solubility and Mineral Storage of CO2 in Basalt
Gislason S, Oelkers E, Sigfusson B, Matter J, Stute M, Gunnlaugsson E, Gunnarssson I, Aradottir E, Sigurdardottir H, Mesfin K, Alfredsson H, Wolff-Boenisch D, Arnarsson M & Broecker W

(2013) Reactive Transport Modeling to Assess Geological CO2 Storage via Mineral Carbonation in Peridotite
Paukert A, Matter J, Kelemen P & Sonnethal E

(2011) Tracking Permanent CO2 Storage in Basaltic Rocks Using Conservative and Reactive Tracers at the CarbFix Injection Site, Iceland
Matter J, Stute M & Broecker W

(2011) Laboratory Experiments and Modeling of CO2 Dissolution in Water for Carbon Sequestration
Stute M, Fernandez de la Reguera D & Matter J

(2010) Mineral Seqestration of CO2 in Basalt – The CarbFix Project
Gislason S, Wolff-Boenisch D, Stefansson A, Alfredsson H, Oelkers E, Gunnlaugsson E, Sigurdardottir H, Sigfusson B, Aradottir E, Broecker W, Matter J, Stute M & Axelsson G

(2010) Oxygen and Carbon Isotope Systematics during Natural Mineral Carbonation in Peridotite of the Samail Ophiolite, Oman
Kelemen P, Streit L, Mervine E, Matter J, Eiler J & Shock E

(2009) A Characterization of the Aquifer System Near the Hellisheiði Geothermal Plant in South-Eastern Iceland, Using Noble and Other Gas Tracers
Loose B, Stute M, Matter J & Schlosser P

(2009) Enhanced in situ Carbonation of Peridotite for Permanent CO2 Storage
Matter J & Kelemen P

(2009) The Carbfix Project: Mineral CO2 Sequestration into Basalt
Gislason S, Broecker W, Oelkers E, Gunnlaugsson E, Sigurdardottir H, Stefansson A, Wolff-Boenisch D, Matter J, Stute M & Axelsson G

(2008) CO2 Ionic Trapping by Water-Rock Interactions during a Push-Pull Test in a Basaltic-Metasedimentary Aquifer
Assayag N, Matter J, Ader M, Goldberg D & Agrinier P

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