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All abstracts by Jesse Reimink in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2020) Igneous Geochemical Evidence for Continuous Plate Tectonics Since ~3.5 Ga
Garber J, Holder R, Smye A & Reimink J

(2020) Thallium Isotopic Composition of Earth’s Earliest Continental Crust
Schannor M, Freymuth H, Reimink J, Moreira H, Rehkämper M & Williams H

(2020) What can We Learn from Old Ditrital Zircon? A Comparison between Zircon from Acasta and Jack Hills
Reimink J, Davies J, Chacko T & Bauer A

(2020) Elevated 208, 207, 206Pb/204Pb by Volatile Degassing from Impact Melts
Kamber B, Schoenberg R, Murphy D, O'Neill H & Reimink J

(2019) Extinct Radionuclide Signatures from Juvenile Crustal Blocks within the Slave Craton
Reimink J, Pearson DG, Shirey SB, Carlson RW, Mundl-Petermeier A & Walker RJ

(2018) The Diverse Origins of Cratonic Nuclei-A Perspective from the Slave Craton
Reimink J, Shirey S, Carlson R & Pearson DG

(2018) What can We Learn from Old Detrital Zircon? A Comparison between Zircon from Acasta and Jack Hills
Davies J & Reimink J

(2018) Creating Earth's most Ancient Crust
Carlson R, Garcon M, O'Neil J, Reimink J & Rizo H

(2017) Crustal Evolution of the Archean Slave Craton, NWT, Canada
Reimink J, Carlson R, Shirey S & Pearson DG

(2016) Extracting Extra Information from Detrital Zircon Datasets Using Discordant Data
Davies J & Reimink J

(2016) Petrogenesis of the 4.02 Ga Idiwhaa Tonalitic Gneiss and Implications for Crust Formation on the Early Earth
Reimink J, Chacko T, Davies J, Pearson DG, Stern R, Heaman L, Carlson R & Shirey S

(2014) W-Isotope Evolution of the 4.02 to 3.4 Ga-Old Acasta Gneiss Complex
Reimink J, Liu J, Pearson G, Chacko T, Stern R & Heaman L

(2013) An Iceland-Like Setting for Generation of Earth’s Earliest Known Crust
Reimink J, Chacko T, Stern R & Heaman L

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