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(2018) Abiotic Organic Synthesis in Olivine-Hosted Fluid Inclusions: The Origin of Abiotic CH4 in (Ultra-)mafic Seafloor Hydrothermal Systems and Ophiolitic Gas Seeps?
Klein F, Grozeva N, Seewald J & Sylva S

(2018) Sill Intrusion, Sediment Alteration, and Hydrothermal Activity in Off- and on-Axis Environments of Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California
Seewald J, Sylva S, Soule A & Saccocia P

(2017) The Origin of Abiotic Low-Molecular Weight Hydrocarbons in Seafloor Serpentinization Systems
Grozeva N, Klein F, Seewald J & Sylva S

(2017) A Biogenic Input of Heptadecane in Surface Waters Prior to and during the Anthropocene
Reddy C, Gosselin K, Nelson R, Sylva S, Aeppli C, Sharpless C & Valentine D

(2017) Organosulfur Radical Acceleration and D/H Isotope Exchange Effects during Petroleum Decomposition
Reeves E, Ono S, Sylva S, Seewald J, Green W, Reddy C & Nelson R

(2017) Shallow Ponds Affect Carbon Storage in Temperate Salt Marsh Ecosystems
Spivak A, Gosselin K, Gonneea M & Sylva S

(2015) Dolomite Formation in Abyssal Peridotite
Grozeva N, Klein F, Seewald J & Sylva S

(2008) The Abiotic Production of Hydrocarbons at the Lost City Hydrothermal Field
Proskurowski G, Lilley M, Seewald J, Fr├╝h-Green G, Olson E, Lupton J, Sylva S & Kelley DS

(2007) Rapid Hydrogen Isotopic Exchange between Aqueous Hydrocarbons and Water Under Hydrothermal Conditions
Reeves E, Seewald J & Sylva S

(2006) Carbon and hydrogen isotopic analysis of hydrocarbons from the South Oman Salt Basin
Summons R, Grosjean E, Love G, Colonero C, Sylva S, Hayes J & Sessions A

(2006) Multi-isotopic constraints on the origin and fate of n-alkyl lipids in recent sediments
Eglinton T, Ohkouchi N, Drenzek N, Dickens A, Mollenhauer G, Schefuss E, Sessions A, Montlucon D, Sylva S & Hayes J

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