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Martin Stephan Appold

University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
"Martin Stephan Appold"

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Stephen Edward Kesler grad student 1992 University of Michigan
Grant Garven grad student 1998 Johns Hopkins (Physics Tree)
 (The hydrology of carbonate-hosted Pb-Zn-Cu ore formation in Southeast Missouri : numerical models for reactive fluid flow and heat transfer during the Ouachita Orogeny.)
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Field JD, Appold MS, Coveney RM, et al. (2020) Geochemical characteristics of trace occurrences of Mississippi Valley-type mineralization in the U.S. mid-continent: Implications for deposit growth Journal of Geochemical Exploration. 213: 106514
Smith-Schmitz SE, Appold MS. (2018) Prediction of ore fluid metal concentrations from solid solution concentrations in ore-stage calcite: Application to the Illinois-Kentucky and Central Tennessee Mississippi Valley-type districts Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 225: 210-227
Joshi A, Appold MS. (2016) Potential of porosity waves for methane transport in the Eugene Island field of the Gulf of Mexico basin Marine and Petroleum Geology. 75: 1-13
Pelch MA, Appold MS, Emsbo P, et al. (2015) Constraints from fluid inclusion compositions on the origin of mississippi valley-type mineralization in the illinois-kentucky district Economic Geology. 110: 787-808
Wenz ZJ, Appold MS, Shelton KL, et al. (2012) Geochemistry of Mississippi valley-type mineralizing fluids of the Ozark Plateau: A regional synthesis American Journal of Science. 312: 22-80
Ingebritsen SE, Appold MS. (2012) The physical hydrogeology of ore deposits Economic Geology. 107: 559-584
Appold MS, Wenz ZJ. (2011) Composition of ore fluid inclusions from the Viburnum Trend, Southeast Missouri district, United States: Implications for transport and precipitation mechanisms Economic Geology. 106: 55-78
Wilkinson JJ, Stoffell B, Wilkinson CC, et al. (2009) Anomalously metal-rich fluids form hydrothermal ore deposits. Science (New York, N.Y.). 323: 764-7
Appold MS, Nabelek PI. (2009) Introduction to the special issue on numerical modeling of hydrothermal fluids Geofluids. 9: 77-84
Appold MS, Monteiro LVS. (2009) Numerical modeling of hydrothermal zinc silicate and sulfide mineralization in the Vazante deposit, Brazil Geofluids. 9: 96-115
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