Amanda A. Olsen, Ph.D.

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2007 Virginia Polytechnic and State University, United States 
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Geochemistry
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J Donald Rimstidt grad student 2007 Virginia Tech
 (Forsterite dissolution kinetics: Applications and implications for chemical weathering.)
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Baumeister JL, Hausrath EM, Olsen AA, et al. (2015) Biogeochemical weathering of serpentinites: An examination of incipient dissolution affecting serpentine soil formation Applied Geochemistry. 54: 74-84
Olsen AA, Hausrath EM, Rimstidt JD. (2015) Forsterite dissolution rates in Mg-sulfate-rich Mars-analog brines and implications of the aqueous history of Mars Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets
Morrow CP, Olsen AA, Kubicki JD. (2014) Quantum mechanical modeling of hydrolysis and H2O-exchange in Mg-, Ca-, and Nisilicate clusters: Implications for dissolution mechanisms of olivine minerals American Mineralogist. 99: 2303-2312
Cardace D, Meyer-Dombard DAR, Olsen AA, et al. (2014) Bedrocke and geochemical controls on extremophile habitats Plant Ecology and Evolution in Harsh Environments. 1-32
Hausrath EM, Olsen AA. (2013) Using the chemical composition of carbonate rocks on Mars as a record of secondary interaction with liquid water American Mineralogist. 98: 897-906
Rimstidt JD, Brantley SL, Olsen AA. (2012) Systematic review of forsterite dissolution rate data Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 99: 159-178
Olsen AA, Donald Rimstidt J. (2008) Oxalate-promoted forsterite dissolution at low pH Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 72: 1758-1766
Olsen AA, Rimstidt JD. (2007) Using a mineral lifetime diagram to evaluate the persistence of olivine on Mars American Mineralogist. 92: 598-602
Liu Y, Olsen AA, Rimstidt JD. (2006) Mechanism for the dissolution of olivine series minerals in acidic solutions American Mineralogist. 91: 455-458
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