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All abstracts by Aaron Thompson in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Iron-Mediated Organic Matter Mineralization during Redox Fluctuations
Chen C & Thompson A

(2018) Fe(II)-catalyzed Transformation of Ferrihydrite-Organic Matter Coprecipitates: A Closer Look Using Fe Isotopes
Zhou Z, Latta D, Noor N, Thompson A, Borch T & Scherer M

(2018) Iron Accumulation Promotes Phosphate Retention at Redox Interfaces in Arctic and Boreal Soils
Herndon E, Duroe K, Kinsman-Costello L, Mills J, Thompson A, Kane E, Sebestyen S & Wullschleger S

(2017) Monitoring Hot Spots and Hot Moments of Redox, Iron and Carbon Cycling in Puerto Rican Soils
Barcellos D, Silver W, O'Connell C, Noor N & Thompson A

(2017) Mineral Control of Dissolved Organic Matter Sorption in a Tropical Soil
Coward E, Plante A, Ohno T & Thompson A

(2017) Iron Speciation at the Critical Zone: Controls on Organomineral Complexation and Soil C
Coward E, Plante A & Thompson A

(2017) Influence of pO2 on Iron Cycling and Anaerobic Carbon Mineralization in Redox Dynamic Soils
Chen C, Meile C, Wilmoth J, Barcellos D & Thompson A

(2017) Structure and Sorption Reactivity of Biogenic Iron Oxides
Whitaker A, Sowers T, Thompson A, Peak D, Michel M & Duckworth O

(2016) The Impact of Redox Fluctuations on Coupled Fe and C Cycling
Chen C, Sparks D & Thompson A

(2016) The Effect of High Amplitude Redox Cycles on Soil Fe Reduction Rates and Mineral Composition
Ginn B, Meile C, Tang Y & Thompson A

(2016) The Role of Redox Variability in Structuring Iron Cycling in Soils
Thompson A

(2016) Soil Iron Reduction and Carbon Mineralization in Reconstructed Aggregates during Redox Fluctiations
Barcellos D, Silver W, Pett-Ridge J & Thompson A

(2015) Depth Variation of Soil Iron Crystallinity at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory
Thompson A, Barcellos D, Wilmoth J & Richter D

(2015) Iron Reduction Rates and Carbon Mineralization in a Tropical Soil from Puerto Rico
Barcellos D, Wilmoth J, Cyle KT & Thompson A

(2014) Fe2+ Catalyzed Iron Atom Exchange and Re-crystallization in Soils from the Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory
Thompson A, Tishchenko V, Meile C, Scherer M & Pasakarnis T

(2014) Investigating Molybdenum Availability Across a Hawaiian Climate Gradient
King E, Thompson A, Hodges C & Pett-Ridge J

(2012) Fe Reduction and Atom Exchange Rates during Redox Oscillation of Luquillo CZO Forest Soils
Thompson A, Ginn B, Tishchenko V, Meile C, Wilmoth J, Pasakarnis T & Scherer M

(2012) Imposed Redox Frequency and Amplitude Flux in the Study of Iron Biogeochemical Dynamics
Wilmoth J, Meile C, Ginn B, Pasakarnis T, Hall S, Scherer M & Thompson A

(2011) Predicting the Fate of Radionuclides at the Hanford Tank Farm Using Analog Sediments
Perdrial N, Thompson A, Rivera N, Deng Y-T, O'Day P & Chorover J

(2010) Organic Matter-Mineral Interactions with Depth Across a Substrate-Age Gradient in Hawai'i
Kramer M, Chadwick O & Thompson A

(2010) The Effect of Redox Cycles on the Partitioning of Fe, C, and P within Soil Systems
Ginn B, Meile C, Scherer M & Thompson A

(2010) Reactive Transport Modeling of Incongruent Basalt Dissolution in the Biosphere 2 Hillslope Experiment
Dontsova K, Steefel C, Desilets S, Thompson A & Chorover J

(2010) Mineral Transformations and Contaminant Release Dynamics Under Wetting-Drying Cycles in Simulated Hanford Sediments
Perdrial N, Thompson A & Chorover J

(2010) Characterization of Nano-Crystalline Fe in Basaltic Soils
Thompson A, Rancourt D, Chadwick O & Chorover J

(2008) Evolution of Soil Iron Mineral Composition as a Function of Climate-Driven Fe Loss
Thompson A, Rancourt DG, Chadwick OA & Chorover J

(2008) Strontium and Cesium Desorption from Reacted Hanford Sediments
Rivera N, O'Day P, Choi S, Thompson A & Chorover J

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