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All abstracts by Thomas McCollom in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2019) Network Analysis on Geochemical and Biological Signatures from Cerro Negro Volcano and Implications for Life on Ancient Martian
Huang F, Fischer A, Collins C, Eleish A, Fox P, Hynek B, McCollom T, Prabhu A & Rogers K

(2018) The Means of Production: Methylotrophy, Acetogenesis, and the Reverse Citric Acid Cycle in the Coast Range Ophiolite Microbial Observatory (CROMO)
Seyler L, Brazelton W, McLean C, Hoehler T, McCollom T, Kubo M & Schrenk M

(2018) Quantifying Subsurface Mixing of Groundwaters at the Coast Range Ophiolite Microbial Observatory
Cardace D, Anwar M, Schrenk M, McCollom T, Kubo M & Hoehler T

(2017) Temperature Effects on Hydrogen Generation during Serpentinization
Klein F, Grozeva NG & McColom TM

(2017) Effect of pH on Rates of Serpentinization and Hydrogen Production
McCollom T, Donaldson C & Klein F

(2015) Generation of Condensed Carbon from Serpentinization Fluids
Milesi V, Guyot F, Brunet F, Richard L, Prinzhofer A, Benedetti M & McCollom T

(2014) Quantifying the Flux of Hydrogen from Serpentinzing Ultramafic Rocks
McCollom T, Klein F, Hoehler T & Templeton A

(2014) Variability in the Biological Potential of Serpentinizing Systems
Hoehler T, Som S, McCollom T, Cardace D, Schrenk M & Alperin M

(2013) Volcanic Acid-Sulfate Analogs for Early Mars
Hynek B, McCollom T, Rogers K & Marcucci E

(2012) Compositional Controls on Hydrogen Generation during Serpentinization
Klein F, Bach W & McCollom TM

(2012) Serpentinization and the Flux of Reduced Volatiles to the Seafloor
McCollom T, Klein F, Bach W, Moskowitz B, Berquo T & Templeton A

(2012) Hydrogen Production from Low Temperature (55-100ºC) Water-Rock Reactions
Mayhew L, Ellison E, McCollom T & Templeton A

(2011) Olivine and Pyroxene Surface Reactivity during H2-generation
Templeton A, Mayhew L, Trainor T, Eng P & McCollom T

(2011) Serpentinization and Hydrogen Generation
McCollom T, Klein F, Bach W, Jons N & Templeton A

(2010) Acid-Sulfate Weathering Pathways at Cerro Negro, Nicaragua
Marcucci E, Hynek B & McCollom T

(2010) Investigating Cell-Mineral Interactions and the Geochemistry of Methanogenic Activity in a Low-Temperature Serpentinizing System
Mayhew L, McCollom T & Templeton A

(2010) Investigations of the Roles of Minerals in Hydrothermal Organic Geochemistry
McCollom T

(2010) Hydrogen Generation for Microbial Activity in Ultramafic-Hosted Hydrothermal Systems
McCollom T, Bach W & Hoehler T

(2010) Intrinsic Silica Metasomatism during Serpentinization
Klein F, Bach W, Jöns N, McCollom T & Frost BR

(2008) Habitability of Serpentinizng Systems for Methanogenic Microorganisms: An Energy Balance Model
Hoehler T, Alperin M, McCollom T & Rogers K

(2008) Constraints on Hydrogen Generation during Serpentinization of Ultramafic Rocks
McCollom T & Bach W

(2006) Compound Specific Isotope Analysis and the challenge for identifying life: the role of biosignatures and abiosignatures
Sherwood Lollar B, Lacrampe-Couloume G, Telling J, McCollom TM & Slater GF

(2006) Isotopic Signatures of Abiotic Organic Synthesis Under Geologic Conditions
McCollom T, Seewald J, Sherwood Lollar B & Lacrampe-Couloume G

(2005) Carbon and Hydrogen Isotope Measurements in Abiogenic Hydrocarbon Synthesis
Sherwood Lollar B, Telling J, Lacrampe-Couloume G, Fu Q, Seyfried Jr. W, Horita J & McCollom T

(2005) Energetic Constraints on Subsurface Biomass Production within the Igneous Ocean Crust
McCollom T

(2005) The Past Geochemical Environment of Meridiani Planum, Mars, and its Implications for Astrobiology
Hynek B & McCollom T

(2004) Experimental Study of Abiotic Formation of Organic Compounds in Hydrothermal Systems
McCollom T & Seewald J

(2001) Abiotic Synthesis of Hydrocarbons from Dissolved CO2?
McCollom TM

(2001) Experimental Investigation of Aqueous Carbon Monoxide Reactivity Under Hydrothermal Conditions
Zolotov MY, Seewald JS & McCollom TM

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