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  1. Microbiological weathering of coarse residue deposit (CRD) kimberlite produced by the Venetia Diamond Mine, Limpopo, South Africa enhanced mineral carbonation relative to untreated material. Cultures of photos...

    Authors: Thomas Ray Jones, Jordan Poitras, Emma Gagen, David John Paterson and Gordon Southam
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2023 24:1
  2. The Santa Elena Ophiolite is a well-studied ultramafic system in Costa Rica mainly comprised of peridotites. Here, tropical climatic conditions promote active laterite formation processes, but the biogeochemis...

    Authors: Agustín F. Solano-Arguedas, Christopher Boothman, Laura Newsome, Richard A. D. Pattrick, Daniel Arguedas-Quesada, Clare H. Robinson and Jonathan R. Lloyd
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2022 23:2
  3. The isotopic fractionation factor and element partition coefficient can be calculated only after the geometric optimization of the molecular clusters is completed. Optimization directly affects the accuracy of...

    Authors: Yan-Fang Wang, Xin-Yue Ji, Le-Cai Xing, Peng-Dong Wang, Jian Liu, Tian-Di Zhang, Hao-Nan Zhao and Hong-Tao He
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2022 23:1
  4. The increasing significance of barium (Ba) in environmental and geologic research in recent years has led to interest in the application of the Ba isotopic composition as a tracer for natural materials with co...

    Authors: R. M. Matecha, R. C. Capo, B. W. Stewart, R. L. Thompson and J. A. Hakala
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2021 22:4
  5. Green rust (GR) is a potentially important compound for the reduction of heavy metal and organic pollutants in subsurface environment because of its high Fe(II) content, but many details of the actual reaction...

    Authors: Weichao Sun, Dominique J. Tobler and Martin P. Andersson
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2021 22:3
  6. A complete series of calcite-rhodochrosite solid solutions [(Ca1-xMnx)CO3] are prepared, and their dissolution processes in various water samples are experimentally investigated. The crystal morphologies of the s...

    Authors: Yinian Zhu, Peijie Nong, Nan Mo, Zongqiang Zhu, Huan Deng, Shen Tang, Hongqu Yang, Lihao Zhang and Xingxing Wang
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2021 22:1
  7. Chromate, Cr(VI), contamination in soil and groundwater poses serious threat to living organisms and environmental health worldwide. Sulphate green rust (GRSO4), a naturally occurring mixed-valent iron layered do...

    Authors: Flavia Digiacomo, Dominique J. Tobler, Thomas Held and Thomas Neumann
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:8
  8. The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake. The presentation of Fig. 4 was incorrect. That is, in Fig. 4, the bottom graph in the figure should be removed.

    Authors: Sima Bargrizan, Ronald J. Smernik and Luke M. Mosley
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:7

    The original article was published in Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:4

  9. Inorganic carbon exists in various dissolved, gaseous and solid phase forms in natural waters and soils. It is important to accurately measure and model these forms to understand system responses to global cli...

    Authors: Sima Bargrizan, Ronald J. Smernik and Luke M. Mosley
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:4

    The Correction to this article has been published in Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:7

  10. Solution 31P nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has been widely applied to analyze the speciation of soil organic P; however, this time-consuming technique suffers from a low analytical efficiency, bec...

    Authors: Yunbin Jiang, Fengmin Zhang, Chao Ren and Wei Li
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:3
  11. Chromium contamination is a serious environmental issue in areas affected by leather tanning and metal plating, and green rust sulfate has been tested extensively as a potential material for in situ chemical r...

    Authors: Andrew N. Thomas, Elisabeth Eiche, Jörg Göttlicher, Ralph Steininger, Liane G. Benning, Helen M. Freeman, Dominique J. Tobler, Marco Mangayayam, Knud Dideriksen and Thomas Neumann
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:2
  12. The study presented in this work emerged as a result of a multiyear regional geochemical survey based on low-density topsoil sampling and the ensuing geochemical atlas of Croatia. This study focuses on the Din...

    Authors: Ozren Hasan, Slobodan Miko, Nikolina Ilijanić, Dea Brunović, Željko Dedić, Martina Šparica Miko and Zoran Peh
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2020 21:1
  13. Production of radionuclide-free copper concentrates is dependent on understanding and controlling the deportment of daughter radionuclides (RNs) produced from 238U decay, specifically 226Ra, 210Pb, and 210Po. Sul...

    Authors: Mark Rollog, Nigel J. Cook, Paul Guagliardo, Kathy Ehrig, Sarah E. Gilbert and Matt Kilburn
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2019 20:4
  14. Although, glyphosate (N-(phosphonomethyl) glycine) is one of the most widely used herbicides in the world, its interaction with poorly crystalline iron oxides, such as ferrihydrite, is not well studied. In this r...

    Authors: Rodrigo C. Pereira, Pedro R. Anizelli, Eduardo Di Mauro, Daniel F. Valezi, Antonio Carlos S. da Costa, Cássia Thaïs B. V. Zaia and Dimas A. M. Zaia
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2019 20:3
  15. Iron(III)-precipitates formed by the oxidation of dissolved Fe(II) are important sorbents for major and trace elements in aquatic and terrestrial systems. Their reductive dissolution in turn may result in the ...

    Authors: Andreas Voegelin, Anna-Caterina Senn, Ralf Kaegi and Stephan J. Hug
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2019 20:2
  16. Mineralogical studies of contaminated soils affected by smelter emission and dust from mining activities indicate that minerals of the spinel group are one of the common hosts of metal-bearing contaminants. Sp...

    Authors: Michael Schindler, Haley Mantha and Michael F. Hochella Jr.
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2019 20:1
  17. We observed the initial release rate of metals from four fresh (i.e., without long time exposure to the atmosphere) hydrothermal sulfide cores into artificial seawater. The sulfide samples were collected by se...

    Authors: Shigeshi Fuchida, Jun-ichiro Ishibashi, Kazuhiko Shimada, Tatsuo Nozaki, Hidenori Kumagai, Masanobu Kawachi, Yoshitaka Matsushita and Hiroshi Koshikawa
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:15
  18. Serpentine soils and ultramafic laterites develop over ultramafic bedrock and are important geological materials from environmental, geochemical, and industrial standpoints. They have naturally elevated concen...

    Authors: Matthew G. Siebecker, Rufus L. Chaney and Donald L. Sparks
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:14
  19. Recently, the wide application of CuO nanoparticles (NPs) in engineering field inevitably leads to its release into various geologic settings, which has aroused great concern about the geochemical behaviors of...

    Authors: Lingqun Zeng, Biao Wan, Rixiang Huang, Yupeng Yan, Xiaoming Wang, Wenfeng Tan, Fan Liu and Xionghan Feng
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:12
  20. The distribution of trace metals in active stream sediments from the mineralized Lom Basin has been evaluated. Fifty-five bottom sediments were collected and the mineralogical composition of six pulverized sam...

    Authors: Mumbfu Ernestine Mimba, Takeshi Ohba, Salomon César Nguemhe Fils, Melvin Tamnta Nforba, Nozomi Numanami, Tasin Godlove Bafon, Festus Tongwa Aka and Cheo Emmanuel Suh
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:11
  21. Phosphorus (P) can limit crop production in many soils, and soil testing is used to guide fertilizer recommendations. The Mehlich III (M3) soil test is widely used in North America, followed by colorimetric an...

    Authors: Barbara J. Cade-Menun, Kyle R. Elkin, Corey W. Liu, Ray B. Bryant, Peter J. A. Kleinman and Philip A. Moore Jr.
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:7
  22. Minerals constitute a primary ecosystem control on organic C decomposition in soils, and therefore on greenhouse gas fluxes to the atmosphere. Secondary minerals, in particular, Fe and Al (oxyhydr)oxides—colle...

    Authors: Jason W. Stuckey, Christopher Goodwin, Jian Wang, Louis A. Kaplan, Prian Vidal-Esquivel, Thomas P. Beebe Jr. and Donald L. Sparks
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:6
  23. The coexistence of Cd2+ and Zn2+ ions in nature has a significant influence on their environmental behaviors in soils and bioavailability for plants. While many studies have been done on the mutual toxicity of Cd

    Authors: Tingting Fan, Chengbao Li, Juan Gao, Dongmei Zhou, Marcelo Eduardo Alves and Yujun Wang
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:5
  24. We studied the effects of humic substances (HS) on the sorption of Fe(II) onto Al-oxide and clay sorbents at pH 7.5 with a combination of batch kinetic experiments and synchrotron Fe K-edge EXAFS analyses. Fe(II)...

    Authors: Ying Zhu, Jingjing Liu, Omanjana Goswami, Ashaki A. Rouff and Evert J. Elzinga
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:3
  25. The upper carbonate member of the Kaibab Formation in northern Arizona (USA) was subaerially exposed during the end Permian and contains fractured and zoned chert rubble lag deposits typical of karst topograph...

    Authors: Ray Kenny
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:2
  26. Adsorption and precipitation reactions often dictate the availability of phosphorus in soil environments. Tripolyphosphate (TPP) is considered a form of slow release P fertilizer in P limited soils, however, i...

    Authors: Jordan G. Hamilton, Jay Grosskleg, David Hilger, Kris Bradshaw, Trevor Carlson, Steven D. Siciliano and Derek Peak
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2018 19:1
  27. Iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) are the two most common redox-active elements in the Earth’s crust and are well known to influence mineral formation and dissolution, trace metal sequestration, and contaminant tra...

    Authors: Michael V. Schaefer, Robert M. Handler and Michelle M. Scherer
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2017 18:7
  28. Humic substances (HS) are redox-active compounds that are ubiquitous in the environment and can serve as electron shuttles during microbial Fe(III) reduction thus reducing a variety of Fe(III) minerals. Howeve...

    Authors: Anneli Sundman, James M. Byrne, Iris Bauer, Nicolas Menguy and Andreas Kappler
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2017 18:6
  29. The western Arctic Shelf has long been considered as an important sink of nitrogen because high primary productivity of the shelf water fuels active denitrification within the sediments, which has been recogni...

    Authors: Jian Zeng, Min Chen, Minfang Zheng, Wangjiang Hu and Yusheng Qiu
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2017 18:5
  30. To identify the causes of salinization and arsenic contamination of surface water on an embanked island (i.e., polder) in the tidal delta plain of SW Bangladesh we collected and analyzed water samples in the d...

    Authors: John C. Ayers, Gregory George, David Fry, Laura Benneyworth, Carol Wilson, Leslie Auerbach, Kushal Roy, Md. Rezaul Karim, Farjana Akter and Steven Goodbred
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2017 18:4
  31. Many important geochemical and biogeochemical reactions occur in the mineral/formation water interface of the highly abundant mineral, goethite [α-Fe(OOH)]. Ab initio molecular dynamics (AIMD) simulations of t...

    Authors: Ying Chen, Eric J. Bylaska and John H. Weare
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2017 18:3
  32. Hydrogen is known to occur in the groundwaters of some ancient cratons. Where associated gases have been dated, their age extends up to a billion years, and the hydrogen is assumed also to be very old. These o...

    Authors: John Parnell and Nigel Blamey
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2017 18:2
  33. The participation of sunlight in the natural chemistry of the earth is presented as a unique field of study, from historical observations to prospects for future inquiry. A compilation of known reactions shows...

    Authors: Timothy A. Doane
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2017 18:1
  34. Natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale formation has significantly changed energy landscape in recent years. Accidental release, including spills, leakage, and seepage of the Marcellus Shale flow back...

    Authors: Zhang Cai and Li Li
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2016 17:6
  35. The effect of simulated solar radiation on the oxidation of arsenite [As(III)] to arsenate [As(V)] on the layered manganese oxide, birnessite, was investigated. Experiments were conducted where birnessite susp...

    Authors: Samantha L. Shumlas, Soujanya Singireddy, Akila C. Thenuwara, Nuwan H. Attanayake, Richard J. Reeder and Daniel R. Strongin
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2016 17:5
  36. High salinity and arsenic (As) concentrations in groundwater are widespread problems in the tidal deltaplain of southwest Bangladesh. To identify the sources of dissolved salts and As, groundwater samples from...

    Authors: John C. Ayers, Steven Goodbred, Gregory George, David Fry, Laura Benneyworth, George Hornberger, Kushal Roy, Md. Rezaul Karim and Farjana Akter
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2016 17:4
  37. The presence of natural and industrial jarosite type-compounds in the environment could have important implications in the mobility of potentially toxic elements such as lead, mercury, arsenic, chromium, among...

    Authors: Iván A. Reyes, Ister Mireles, Francisco Patiño, Thangarasu Pandiyan, Mizraim U. Flores, Elia G. Palacios, Emmanuel J. Gutiérrez and Martín Reyes
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2016 17:3
  38. The interaction between Ca-HAP and Pb2+ solution can result in the formation of a hydroxyapatite–hydroxypyromorphite solid solution [(PbxCa1−x)5(PO4)3(OH)], which can greatly affect the transport and distribution...

    Authors: Yinian Zhu, Bin Huang, Zongqiang Zhu, Huili Liu, Yanhua Huang, Xin Zhao and Meina Liang
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2016 17:2

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