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All abstracts by Jill M. McDermott in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2019) Origin of Dissolved C1-C4 Hydrocarbons and Assessment of Methanogenesis in Deep Subsurface Fracture Water: Soudan, Minnesota
Dowd W, Sheik C, Santelli C, Schuler C, Toner B & McDermott J

(2019) Geochemistry of Deep Subseafloor Hydrothermal Fluids at Brothers Volcano
McDermott JM, Rouxel O, Schlicht LEM, Bach W, Stucker VK, de Ronde CEJ, Massiot C & Scientists E3

(2019) Geochemical Mass Balance during Hydrothermal Alteration of Subseafloor Volcanic Rocks at Brothers Volcano, Kermadec Arc
Rouxel O, Schlicht L, Kutovaya A, McDermott J, Samin A, Djedjroh Y, Germain Y & Leroy L

(2015) Abiogenic and Microbial Cycling of Volatile Fatty Acids in Ancient Crustal Fracture Waters in the Canadian Shield
McDermott JM, Heuer VB, Tille S, Moran JJ, Slater GF, Sutcliffe CN, Glein CR, Hinrichs K-U & Sherwood Lollar B

(2015) Contributions to Abiotic and Biological Deep Carbon Cycling from H2 Sources in the Precambrian Continental Lithospshere
Sherwood Lollar B, Sutcliffe CN, McDermott JM, Glein CR, Warr O, Onstott TC & Ballentine CJ

(2015) Determining the Mean Residence Age of Precambrian Fluid Systems
Warr O, Sherwood Lollar B, Fellowes J, Sutcliffe C, McDermott J, Holland G, Mabry J & Ballentine C

(2015) The Potential for Abiotic Organic Synthesis in an Ancient Ore Deposit: Echoes of an Iron-Sulfur World?
Glein C, Zhu A, Sutcliffe C, McDermott J & Sherwood Lollar B

(2015) Tracing δ18O – δ2H Isotopic Evolution of Ancient Fracture Fluids: A Novel Approach Using Sr Stable Isotopes
Sutcliffe C, Burton K, Nowell G, Parkinson I, Glein C, McDermott J, Li L & Sherwood Lollar B

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