Research

Publications

An important objective of the program is to disseminate leading-edge research results that will benefit the scientific community, industry, policy-makers and the general public.  MAGNET encourages trainees to present the results of their work at international conferences and to publish their research in respected journals.  The following refereed articles have been published by MAGNET trainees (underlined).

2017

  • Mullen, E. K., Weis, D., Marsh, N., Martindale, M. (2017) Primitive arc magma diversity: New geochemical insights in the Cascade Arc. Chemical Geology 448(C), 43–70.

2016

  • Bilenker L.D., Romano G.Y., McKibben M.A. (2016) Kinetics of Sulfide Mineral Oxidation in Seawater: Implications for Acid Generation during in situ Mining of Seafloor Hydrothermal Vent Deposits. Applied Geochemistry, in revision.
  • Bilenker, L. D., Simon, A. C., Reich, M., Lundstrom, C. C., Gajos, N., Bindeman, I., et al. (2016) Fe–O stable isotope pairs elucidate a high-temperature origin of Chilean iron oxide-apatite deposits. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 177, 94–104.
  • Cotroneo, S., Schiffbauer, J. D., McCoy, V. E., Wortmann, U. G., Darroch, S. A. F., Peng, Y. and Laflamme, M. (2016) A new model of the formation of Pennsylvanian iron carbonate concretions hosting exceptional soft-bodied fossils in Mazon Creek, Illinois. Geobiology, doi:10.1111/gbi.12197
  • Fourny, A., Weis, D., & Scoates, J. S. (2016) Comprehensive Pb‐Sr‐Nd‐Hf isotopic, trace element, and mineralogical characterization of mafic to ultramafic rock reference materials. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 17, 739-773.
  • Jamieson, J., Hannington, M.D., Tivey, M.K., Hansteen, T., Williamson, N., Stewart, M., Fietzke, J., Butterfield, D.A., Frische, M., Allen, L., Cousens, B., and Langer, J. (2016) Precipitation and growth of barite within hydrothermal vents deposits from the Endeavour Segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 173: 64-85.
  • Li L., Wing B.A., Bui T.H., McDermott J.M., Slater G.F., Wei S., Lacrampe-Coulome G. and Sherwood Lollar, B. (2016) Sulfur mass-independent fractionation in subsurface fracture waters indicates a long-standing sulfur cycle in Precambrian rocks. Nature Communications 7:13252.
  • Lucic, G., A.-S. Berg, and J. Stix (2016) Water-rich and volatile-undersaturated magmas at Hekla volcano, Iceland. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 17.
  • Skierszkan, E. K., Mayer, K. U., Weis, D., & Beckie, R. D. (2016) Molybdenum and zinc stable isotope variation in mining waste rock drainage and waste rock at the Antamina mine, Peru. Science of the Total Environment 550, 103–113.
  • Williamson, N. M. B., Ootes, L., Rainbird, R. H., Bédard, J. H., & Cousens, B. (2016) Initiation and early evolution of the Franklin magmatic event preserved in the 720 Ma Natkusiak Formation, Victoria Island, Canadian Arctic. Bulletin of Volcanology 78(3), 1–19.
  • Zheng, W., Obrist, D., Weis, D., Bergquist, B. A. (2016) Mercury isotope compositions across North American forests. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 30, 1475–1492.

2015

  • Bonjean, D., Vanbrabant, Y., Abrams, G., Pirson, S., Burlet, C., Di Modica, K., Otte, M., Vander Auwera J., Golitko, M., McMillan, R., Groemaere, E. (2015) A new Cambrian black pigment used during the late Middle Palaeolithic discovered at Scladina Cave (Andenne, Belgium). Journal of Archaeological Science 55, 253-265.
  • Bonjean, D., Vanbrabant, Y., Abrams, G., Pirson, S., Burlet, C., Di Modica, K., Otte, M., Vander Auwera, J., Golitko M., McMillan R., Steemans, P., Goemaere, É. (2015) Nouvelles données sur un pigment noir d’origine cambrienne, utilisé au Paléolithique moyen et découvert dans la grotte Scladina (Andenne, BE). Notae Praehistoricae 35: 121-146.
  • Cloquet, C., Estrade, N., Carignan, J. (2015) Ten years of elemental atmospheric metal fallout and Pb isotopic composition monitoring using lichens in northeastern France. Comptes Rendus Geoscience 347 (5), 257-266.
  • Cutts, J.A., McNicoll, V.J., Zagorevski, A., Anderson, R., Martin, K. (2015) U-Pb geochronology of the Hazelton Group in the McTagg anticlinorium, Iskut River area, northwestern British Columbia. Geological Fieldwork 2014, British Columbia Geological Survey Paper 2015-1, 87-101.
  • Estrade, N., Cloquet, C., Echevarria, G., Sterckeman, T., Deng, T., Tang, Y., Morel, J.L. (2015) Weathering and vegetation controls on nickel isotope fractionation in surface ultramafic environments (Albania). Earth and Planetary Science Letters 423, 24–35.
  • Lucic, G., J. Stix, B. Wing (2015) Structural controls on the emission of magmatic carbon dioxide gas, Long Valley Caldera, USA. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 120(4), 2262–2278.
  • Malowany, K., J. Stix, A. Van Pelt, G. Lucic (2015) H2S Interference on CO2 Isotopic Measurements Using a Picarro G1101-I Cavity Ring-down Spectrometer. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 8, 5651-5675.
  • Marrocchi, Y., Avice, G., Estrade, N. (2015) Multiple carriers of Q noble gases in primitive meteorites. Geophysical Research Letters 42, 2093–2099.
  • Mullen, E. K. and Weis, D. (2015) Evidence for trench-parallel mantle flow in the northern Cascade Arc from basalt geochemistry. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 414, 100–107.
  • Remy, P.P., Etique, M., Hazotte, A.A., Sergent, A.S., Estrade, N., Cloquet, C., Hanna, K., Jorand, F.P.A. (2015) Pseudo-first-order reaction of chemically and biologically formed green rusts with HgII and C₁₅H₁₅N₃O₂: effects of pH and stabilizing agents (phosphate, silicate, polyacrylic acid, and bacterial cells). Water Research 70, 266–278.
  • Schallenberg, C., Davidson, A.B., Simpson, K.G., Miller, L.A., Cullen, J.T. (2015) Iron(II) variability in the northeast subarctic Pacific Ocean. Marine Chemistry 170(1), 33-44.
  • Skierszkan, E. K., Amini, M., Weis, D. (2015) A practical guide for the design and implementation of the double-spike technique for precise determination of molybdenum isotope compositions of environmental samples. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 407, 1925-1935.
  • Zheng, W., Xie, Z., Bergquist, A. B. (2015) Mercury stable isotopes in ornithogenic deposits as tracers of historical cycling of mercury in Ross Sea, Antarctica. Environmental Science & Technology 49, 7623-7632.

2014

  • Bonjean, D., Abrams, G., Delaunois, E., Di Modica, K., McMillan, R., Pirson, S., Roy, C. A., Toussaint, M. (2014) Taphonomy of the Juvenile Neandertal Remains from Sedimentary Complex 4A, Scladina Cave. In: Toussaint, M., and Bonjean, D., editors. The Scladina 1-4A Juvenile Neandertal (Andenne, Belgium), Palaeoanthropology and Context. Études et Recherches Archéologiques de l’Université de Liège 134, 127-154.
  • Longpré, M.-A., A. Klügel, A. Diehl and J. Stix (2014) Mixing in mantle magma reservoirs prior to and during the 2011-2012 eruption at El Hierro, Canary Islands. Geology 42, 315-318.
  • Longpré, M.-A., Stix, C. Burkert, T. Hansteen and S. Kutterolf (2014) Sulfur budget and global climate impact of the A.D. 1835 eruption of Cosigüina volcano, Nicaragua. Geophysical Research Letters 41, 6667–6675.
  • Longpré, M.-A., J. Stix, F. Costa, E. Espinoza and A. Muñoz (2014) Magmatic processes and associated timescales leading to the January 1835 eruption of Cosigüina volcano, Nicaragua. Journal of Petrology 55, 1173-1201.
  • Lucic, G., Stix J., Sherwood-Lollar B., Lacrampe-Couloume G., Muñoz A. and Ibarra M. (2014) The degassing character of a young basaltic volcano: Cerro Negro, Nicaragua. Bulletin of Volcanology vol. 76 (9).
  • Mullen, E. K. and McCallum, I. S. (2014) Origin of basalts in a hot subduction setting: petrologic and geochemical insights from Mt. Baker, northern Cascade arc. Journal of Petrology 55, 241-281.

2013

  • Mullen, E. K. and D. Weis (2013) Sr-Nd-Hf-Pb isotope and trace element evidence for the origin of alkalic basalts in the Garibaldi Belt, northern Cascade arc. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 14, doi:10.1002/ggge.20191.
  • Mullen, E. K. and I. S. McCallum (2013) Coexisting pseudobrookite, ilmenite, & titanomagnetite in hornblende andesite of the Coleman Pinnacle flow, Mt Baker, Washington: Evidence for a highly oxidized arc magma. American Mineralogist 98, 417.