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All abstracts by Brad Rosenheim in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2022) A Transitory Pool of Labile Organic Carbon Hosted in Global Fjords Revealed by Thermal Pyrolytic Decomposition Analysis
Cui X, Bianchi TS & Rosenheim B

(2017) Hard Water, Old Water-Hydrologic Cycling in the Florida Keys Reef Tract and its Effect on Interpreting Radiocarbon Reservoir Ages
Venturelli R, Toth L & Rosenheim B

(2015) Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction of Coastal Marsh Successions during Early Holocene Sea-Level Rise
Vetter L, Schreiner K, Rosenheim B, Kohl B, Steinmetz B, Newsom L & Törnqvist T

(2015) Domination of Soil in 14C Age Spectra in Sediments from a Major River System–Implications for Carbon Cycling
Rosenheim B, Roberts B, Van Metre P, Galy V, Shields M, Cui X & Bianchi T

(2014) 14C Dating of Early Holocene Paleosols Using Ramped Pyrolysis of Organic Carbon
Vetter L, Fernandez A, Rosenheim B & Törnqvist T

(2014) Carbon Cycling in High Latitudes – Ramped Pyrolysis 14C Results from the Colville River Delta and Svalbard
Rosenheim B, Schreiner K, Mollenhauer G, Bianchi T & Rethemeyer J

(2013) Evaluation of Kinetic Effect on Clumped Isotope Fractionation (Δ47) during Inorganic Calcite Precipitation
Tang J, Rosenheim B, Dietzel M & Fernandez A

(2013) Calibration of the Siderite CO2 ‘Clumped’ Isotope Paleothermometer
Fernandez A, Tang J & Rosenheim B

(2013) Particulate Organic Carbon Age Spectra: Evaluating Different Spectra from Different Basin Types
Rosenheim B, Galy V, Williams E, Roberts B, Allison M, Schreiner K & Bianchi T

(2012) Sources of Organic Matter Fueling As Mobilization in Groundwaters of West Bengal, India: Evidence from Reactive Transport Modeling
Johannesson K, Datta S, Mohajerin J, Telfeyan K, Yang N, White C & Rosenheim B

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