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All abstracts by Yama Tomonaga in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2021) Compensation of Mass Spectrometric Interferences with the miniRUEDI Portable Mass Spectrometer
Brennwald M, Tomonaga Y & Kipfer R

(2021) Hydrothermal Activity in the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean – How Noble Gases Can Help to Identify Different Regimes of Hydrothermal Transport in Ocean Sediments
Horstmann E, Tomonaga Y, Brennwald M, Liebetrau V, Schmidt M & Kipfer R

(2021) How miniRUEDI Sniffs the World: Towards Real Time on-Site Analysis of (Noble) Gases in the Context of Fracking and Nuclear Waste Disposal
Kipfer R, Brennwald M & Tomonaga Y

(2021) Monitoring Dissolved Gases in Thermal Water to Assess the Potential Relation between Fluid Evolution and Seismicity
Giroud S, Tomonaga Y, Brennwald M & Kipfer R

(2021) 4He/U-Th Dating of Pore Waters from Quaternary Sediments of the Swiss Midland
Tomonaga Y, Buechi M, Deplazes G & Kipfer R

(2020) 4He/U-Th Dating of Pore Waters from Quaternary Sediments of the Swiss Midland
Tomonaga Y, Horstmann E, Deplazes G & Kipfer R

(2020) To Towards Real Time Insitu (Noble) Gas Determination (or How mini-Ruedi Ruessel Sniffs the World)
Brennwald M, Tomonaga Y & Kipfer R

(2019) How mini-Ruedi Ruessel Sniffs the World – Towards Real-Time in situ Gas Determination in the Field
Brennwald M, Tomonaga Y & Kipfer R

(2019) Noble Gas Composition of Sediment Pore Water at a Hydrothermal Vent Site
Horstmann E, Tomonaga Y, Brennwald M, Schmidt M, Liebetrau V & Kipfer R

(2017) Noble Gas Analysis of Sediment Pore Fluids Near Black Smoker
Horstmann E, Tomonaga Y, Brennwald M, Schmidt M & Kipfer R

(2017) On-Line Monitoring of the Gas Composition in the Full-Scale Emplacement Experiment at Mt. Terri (Switzerland)
Tomonaga Y, Giroud N, Brennwald MS, Horstmann E, Kipfer R & Wersin P

(2016) Direct Emission of Tritium to the Ocean due to the Fukushima Daiichi Nulear Disaster
Takahata N, Tomonaga Y, Kumamoto Y, Yamada M & Sano Y

(2016) Spatial and Temporal Variations of Helium and Carbon Isotopes at Ontake Volcano, Japan
Sano Y, Kagoshima T, Takahata N, Ishida A, Tomonaga Y, Roulleau E, Pinti D, Fischer T, Lan T, Nishio Y & Tsunogai U

(2016) Advances in the on-Site and Remote-Controlled Analysis of Dissolved (Noble) Gases in Water Bodies
Tomonaga Y, Brennwald MS, Rüssel R & Kipfer R

(2015) Fluid Emission along the Nankai Trough: Insights from Noble Gases in the Sediment Pore Water
Tomonaga Y, Ashi J, Takahata N, Yagasaki K, Toyoda S & Sano Y

(2015) Noble Gas Isotope Ratios as Tracer for Molecular Diffusion in Lake Sediments
Tyroller L, Tomonaga Y, Brennwald MS & Kipfer R

(2013) Earthquake-Driven Noble-Gas Geochemistry in Lake Van (Turkey)
Tomonaga Y, Brennwald MS, Maden C, Meydan AF & Kipfer R

(2013) Linking Noble Gas and CH4 Concentrations in the Sediment Porewater of Lake Lungern, Switzerland
Tyroller L, Brennwald M, Ndayisaba C, Tomonaga Y & Kipfer R

(2013) Recent Advances of Noble Gas Geochemistry in Aquatic Systems
Brennwald M, Maden C, Vogel N, Tomonaga Y & Kipfer R

(2013) Noble Gases as Physiological Tracers for Gas Dynamics in Human Blood
Brennwald M, Lundby C, Tomonaga Y & Kipfer R

(2013) Alkenones and Hydrogen Stable Isotopic Composition of N-Alkane as Indicators of Past Temperature and Salinity in Lake Van
Randlett M-È, Coolen MJL, Bechtel A, Stockhecke M, Kwiecien O, Tomonaga Y, Wehrli B & Schubert CJ

(2012) Noble Gases in the Sediment Pore Water as Proxies for Physical Transport Processes in Lake Van (Turkey)
Tomonaga Y, Brennwald MS & Kipfer R

(2011) Noble Gases in the Sediment Pore Water as Proxies for Physical Transport Processes and Past Environmental Conditions in Lake Van?
Tomonaga Y, Brennwald MS & Kipfer R

(2011) Noble Gases as Tracers to Determine the Effective Diffusivity in the Sediment Porewater of Lake Hallwil
Trösch M, Tomonaga Y, Holzner CP & Kipfer R

(2011) Are Noble Gases in the Sediment Pore Water of Lake Van Promising Proxies for Paleoclimate Conditions?
Blaettler R, Tomonaga Y, Brennwald MS, Kwiecien O & Kipfer R

(2011) Comparison of 4He and 14C Dating, Noble-Gas Temperatures and Stable Isotope (δ2H, δ18O) Data for Groundwater in Stratified Aquifers (Tomsk-7, SE Siberia)
Tokarev I, Kipfer R, Tomonaga Y, Brennwald M & Vereschagina E

(2009) He Characterisation Near the Active Methane Seepage Offshore the Eastern Edge of New Zealand
Tomonaga Y, Haeckel M & Kipfer R

(2009) What do Noble Gases in Surface-Water Sediments Tell us?
Brennwald M, Tomonaga Y & Kipfer R

(2007) Spatial Variability in the Release of Terrigenic He from the Sediments of Lake Van (Turkey)
Tomonaga Y, Brennwald MS & Kipfer R

(2006) New applications of noble gases as environmental proxies in unusual aquatic environments
Brennwald MS, Scheidegger Y, Tomonaga Y, Holzner CP, Wieler R & Kipfer R

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