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All abstracts by Andrey Bekker in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Triple Oxygen Isotopes in Shales Through Time: Rapid Emergence of Subaerial Landmasses at 2.5Ga
Bindeman I, Zakharov D, Greber N, Dauphas N, Retallack G, Hofmann A, Lackey JS & Bekker A

(2018) Emergence of Large Seawater Sulfate Reservoir Without MIF-S at the Early Stage of the GOE
Bekker A, Crockford P & Wing B

(2017) Records of pre-GOE Sedimentation: Signatures of Continental Weathering and the Resulting Detrital Baseline
Lee B, Bekker A, Rosière C & Lyons T

(2017) Do Iron Formations Record Periods of Ocean Plateau Emplacement?
Bekker A & Ernst R

(2017) Unravel the Earth’s Oxygenation History with Molecular Organic Sulfur Geochemistry
Wang C, Lyons T, Bekker A, Love G & Planavsky N

(2017) The Evolution of Shallow Bioturbation: An Empirical Study of the Implications for Enhanced Phosphorus Burial in Marine Sediments
Doyle K, Poulton S, Newton R, Podkovyrov V & Bekker A

(2016) Selenium Isotopes as a Proxy for Deep-Ocean Redox State during the Paleoproterozoic Lomagundi Event
Kipp M, Stüeken E, Bekker A & Buick R

(2016) Fluctuations in Ocean Redox during the Mesoproterozoic Era: Evidence from the Bashkirian Uplift, South Urals, Russia
Doyle K, Poulton S, Newton R, Bekker A & Podkovyrov V

(2015) Seafloor Hydrothermal Deposits: Modern Analogues for Precambrian Iron Formations
Rouxel O, Bekker A, Slack J & Glazer B

(2015) Origin and Significance of Paleoproterozoic Redbeds in the FA Formation, Franceville Basin, Gabon: Geochemical and Isotopic Constraints
Bankole O, El Albani A, Rouxel O, Ngombi-Pemba L, Bekker A & Gauthier-Lafaye F

(2015) Dissolved Mo in the Archean Oceans – A Case Study from the 2.63 Ga Jeerinah Formation, Australia
Asael D, Rouxel O, Bekker A & Scott C

(2015) Geochemical Evidence for Variable Redox Structure in the Paleoproterozoic Animikie Basin, Lake Superior Region
Tang T, Planavsky N, Slack J, Cannon W, Lyons T, Bekker A & Asael D

(2015) Biological Carbon Precursor to Diagenetic Siderite with Spherical Structures in Iron Formations
Köhler I, Konhauser K, Papineau D, Bekker A & Kappler A

(2014) Revisiting Molar Tooth Structures in Light of a Low Oxygen and Sulfate Mid-Proterozoic Ocean
Hancock L, Lyons T, Reinhard C, Wehrmann L, Bekker A, Olson S & Goldbaum E

(2013) Response of the Global Nitrogen Cycle to the Great Oxidation Event
Zerkle A, Poulton S, Newton R, Claire M & Bekker A

(2013) Terrestrial Δ33S and the S Cycle during the Archean: Evidence from Paleosols
Sutton S, Maynard J, Rumble D & Bekker A

(2013) Contrasting Style of Iron Formations Deposited Before and after the GOE
Bekker A

(2013) Tracing the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen Using Cr Isotopes in Carbonates as a Paleoredox Proxy
Holmden C & Bekker A

(2013) Nitrogen Cycle in the Late Archean Ferruginous Ocean
Busigny V, Lebeau O, Ader M, Krapez B & Bekker A

(2013) Filling in the Juvenile Magmatic Gap: Evidence for Continued Paleoproterozoic Plate Tectonics during the Great Oxidation Event
Partin C, Bekker A, Sylvester P, Wodicka N, Stern R, Chacko T & Heaman L

(2013) A Record of Paleoproterozoic Surface Ocean Redox from Iodine-To-Calcium Ratios
Hardisty D, Lu Z, Planavsky N, Bekker A, Zhou X & Lyons T

(2012) Great Oxidation Event: How Quickly did it Come and go?
Bekker A, Planavsky N, Scott C, Partin C & Rasmussen B

(2012) Geographic and Lithologic Test of the Mesoarchaean S-Mif Minimum
Rodzinyak K, Braschi L, Rowe C, Bekker A, Thurston P & Wing B

(2012) In situ Fe and Multiple S Isotope Analyses of an Archean Pyrite Nodule
Marin-Carbonne J, Rollion-Bard C, Hofmann A, Thomassot E, McKeegan K, Bekker A & Rouxel O

(2012) First Record of Ediacaran Iron Formations: Origin and Paleoenvironmental Significance
Pecoits E, Aubet N, Gingras M, Poulton S, Bekker A, Veroslavsky G & Konhauser K

(2012) Rhenium Data from Shales Confirms Ferruginous Proterozoic Deep Oceans
Kendall B, Anbar A, Creaser R, Lyons T, Bekker A & Poulton S

(2012) Coupled Fe and S-Isotope Composition of Sedimentary Pyrite: Implications for Precambrian Ocean Chemistry and Isotope Biosignatures
Rouxel O & Bekker A

(2012) Large Mo Isotope Variations Before the Great Oxidation Event
Asael D, Rouxel O, Bekker A & Scott C

(2012) Fluctuations in Precambrian Atmospheric and Oceanic Oxygen Levels: A New Precambrian Paradigm Emerging?
Partin C, Bekker A, Planavsky N, Gill B, Li C, Podkovyrov V, Maslov A, Konhauser K, Love G & Lyons T

(2012) Paleoproterozoic Collapse in Seawater Sulfate and Subsequent Shallowing of the Methane Cycle in Marine Sediments
Scott C, Wing B, Bekker A, Planavsky N, Medvedev P, Bates S, Yun M & Lyons T

(2011) The Anatomy of the Great Oxidation Event
Poulton S, Bekker A, Farquhar J, Zerkle A, Johnston D & Canfield D

(2011) Oxygen Overshoot and Recovery during the Early Paleoproterozoic
Bekker A & Holland H

(2011) Iron and Other Metals in the Proterozoic Oceans
Planavsky N, Scott C, McGoldrick P, Li C, Reinhard C, Love G, Bekker A & Lyons T

(2011) Tracking Archean Seawater Trace Metal Inventories Through Multi-Proxy Analysis of Euxinic Black Shales
Scott C, Planavsky N, Kendall B, Wind B, Bekker A, Anbar A & Lyons T

(2011) Chromium Enrichment in Iron Formations Record Earth’s First Acid Rock Drainage during the Great Oxidation Event
Konhauser K, Lalonde S, Planavsky N, Pecoits E, Lyons T, Mojzsis S, Rouxel O, Barley M, Rosiere C, Fralick P, Kump L & Bekker A

(2010) Enhanced Primary Productivity in the Aftermath of the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen
Planavsky N, Bekker A, Hofmann A & Lyons T

(2009) Iron Oxides, Dissolved Silica, and Regulation of Marine P Concentration
Planavsky N, Rouxel O, Bekker A, Reinhard C & Lyons T

(2009) Early Paleoproterozoic Fluctuations in Biospheric Oxygenation
Poulton S, Bekker A & Canfield D

(2009) Transient Euxinia in the Archean Ocean?
Poulton S & Bekker A

(2008) Rare Earth Element Evidence for Redox Structure Evolution
Planavsky N, Rouxel O, Bekker A & Lyons T

(2008) Hydrothermal Fe(II) Oxidation during Phase Separation: Relevance to the Origin of Algoma-Type BIFs
Foustoukos D & Bekker A

(2008) Sulfidic Organic-Rich Shales in the Archean Low-Sulfate Ocean: Evidence for Transient Oxygenated Conditions, Enhanced Volcanism, or Low Sedimentation Rates?
Bekker A, Hofmann A, Rumble D & Rouxel O

(2007) 2.7 Ga Re-Os Age for C-Rich Slate of the Joy Lake Sequence, Western Wawa Subprovince, Minnesota
Yang G, Hannah J, Zimmerman A, Stein H & Bekker A

(2007) Fractionation between Inorganic and Organic Carbon during the Lomagundi Carbon Isotope Excursion
Bekker A, Beukes N, Kenig F, Holmden C, Patterson W & Eglington B

(2006) Multiple S isotope study indicates footwall hydrothermal exhalative massive sulfides were the major sulfur source for Archean komatiite-hosted magmatic nickel-sulfides from Western Australia and Canada
Fiorentini M, Bekker A, Rumble D, Barley M & Beresford S

(2005) Low Atmospheric pO<->2<$> in the Aftermath of the Oldest Paleoproterozoic Glaciation
Bekker A, Ono S & Rumble D

(2005) Atmospheric Evolution and Metallogenesis: Cycling of Redox-Sensitive Metals
Hannah JL, Stein HJ & Bekker A

(2005) Iron Isotope Constraints on the Archean and Paleoproterozoic Ocean Redox State
Rouxel O, Bekker A & Edwards K

(2004) Dating the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen
Bekker A, Holland H, Wang P, Rumble Iii D, Stein H, Hannah J, Coitzee L & Beukes N

(2003) Chondritic Initial 187Os/188Os in Paleoproterozoic Shale (Seawater) and Onset of Oxidative Weathering
Hannah J, Stein H, Bekker A, Markey R & Holland H

(2003) Global Tectonics and Late Archean to Early Paleoproterozoic Environmental Change
Barley M, Krapez B, Pickard A & Bekker A

(2002) D33S, δ34S and δ13C Constraints on the Paleoproterozoic Atmosphere during the Earliest Huronian Glaciation
Wing B, Brabson E, Farquhar J, Kaufman AJ, Rumble Iii D & Bekker A

(2002) MIF of S, Oölitic Ironstones, Redox Sensitive Elements in Shales, and the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen
Bekker A, Bekker A, Holland HD, Rumble Iii D, Wang P-L & Coetzee LL

(2002) MIF of S, Oölitic Ironstones, Redox Sensitive Elements in Shales, and the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen
Bekker A, Bekker A, Holland HD, Rumble Iii D, Wang P-L & Coetzee LL

(2001) Chemostratigraphy of the Paleoproterozoic Magondi Supergroup, Zimbabwe
Bekker A, Master S, Karhu JA & Verhagen BT

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