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All abstracts by Peter Brack in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2017) Timing and Evolution of the Middle Triassic Shoshonitic Magmatism in the Southern Alps (Northern Italy)
Storck J-C, Brack P, Wotzlaw J-F & Ulmer P

(2017) New Insights on the Formation of Triassic Dolomite Platforms Derived from Clumped Isotope Analyses
Müller IA, Brack P & Bernasconi SM

(2016) Carbonate Clumped Isotope Reordering along the Thermal Gradient of the Monzoni Intrusion Aureole in the Dolomites
Müller IA, Storck J-C, Brack P & Bernasconi SM

(2016) A New High-Resolution Sulfur Isotope Record of Triassic Seawater Sulfate
Bernasconi S, Meier I, Wohlwend S, Ramseyer K, Brack P, Blaesi H-R, Hochuli P & Wortmann U

(2013) Periods of Magma Propagation and Homogenization Preserved in an Upper Crustal Pluton over 1.2 Ma
Floess D, Baumgartner L, Brack P, Broderick C, Chiaradia M, Muntener O, Putlitz B & Schaltegger U

(2012) The Construction of the Alpine Adamello Batholith as Recorded by Zircon
Schaltegger U, Broderick C, Skopelitis A, Floess D, Muntener O, Baumgartner L, Brack P & Ulmer P

(2011) Tracing Episodic Magma Accretion by Zircon 18O/16O Isotopes and U-Pb Dating in the Adamello Batholith, Italy
Skopelitis A, Bindeman I, Ulianov A, Brack P & Schaltegger U

(2011) The Rapid Emplacement of the Val Fredda Complex, Adamello Batholith, N. Italy
Broderick C, Schaltegger U, Günther D & Brack P

(2009) Taking the Pulse of Magma Emplacement
Schaltegger U, Schoene B & Brack P

(2008) The Growth of Plutons: How Precisely and Accurately can We Date Incremental Melt Emplacement with U-Pb Zircon (Adamello Intrusion, Northern Italy)?
Schaltegger U, Brack P, Ovtcharova M, Peytcheva I, Schoene B, Stracke A & Bargossi G

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