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Robert G Coleman grad student 1986 Stanford
 (The questa magmatic system: Petrologic, chemical and isotopic variations in cogenetic volcanic and plutonic rocks of the latir volcanic field and associated intrusives, northern New Mexico)


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Brian L Beard grad student 1992 UW Madison (Astrobiology Academic Family Tree)
Ronald C. Schott grad student 2000 UW Madison
Garret L. Hart grad student 2002 UW Madison
Thomas J. Lapen grad student 2005 UW Madison
Nancy J. Mahlen grad student 2007 UW Madison
Meagan E. Ankney grad student 2014 UW Madison
Silke Severmann post-doc (Chemistry Tree)
Andrew D. Czaja post-doc 2008-2012 UW Madison


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Brian L Beard collaborator 2013-2017 UW Madison (Astrobiology Academic Family Tree)
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Nicolas J Beukes collaborator 2013-2017 University of Johannesburg
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Eric S. Boyd collaborator 2013-2017 Montana State (Microtree)
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Kathryn L. Bryson collaborator 2013-2017 NASA Ames Research Center (Astrobiology Academic Family Tree)
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Aaron J. Cavosie collaborator 2013-2017 Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Suvankar Chakraborty collaborator 2013-2017 University of Kentucky (Chemistry Tree)
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Max L Coleman collaborator 2013-2017 Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Pascale Ehrenfreund collaborator 2013-2017 George Washington University (Astronomy Tree)
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Andreas K. G. Elsässer collaborator 2013-2017 Leiden (Chemistry Tree)
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
David Emerson collaborator 2013-2017 Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences (Microtree)
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Philip W. Fralick collaborator 2013-2017 Lakehead University
 (01/2013 - 12/2017 (CAN 6))
Kouki Kitajima collaborator 2013-2017 UW Madison (Astrobiology Academic Family Tree)
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Smith AJB, Beukes NJ, Gutzmer J, et al. (2020) Life on a Mesoarchean marine shelf - insights from the world's oldest known granular iron formation. Scientific Reports. 10: 10519
Fortney NW, Beard BL, Hutchings JA, et al. (2020) Geochemical and Stable Fe Isotopic Analysis of Dissimilatory Microbial Iron Reduction in Chocolate Pots Hot Spring, Yellowstone National Park. Astrobiology
Smith AJB, Beukes NJ, Gutzmer J, et al. (2017) Oncoidal granular iron formation in the Mesoarchaean Pongola Supergroup, southern Africa: Textural and geochemical evidence for biological activity during iron deposition. Geobiology
Shi B, Liu K, Wu L, et al. (2016) Iron isotope fractionations reveal a finite bioavailable Fe pool for structural Fe(III) reduction in nontronite. Environmental Science & Technology
Fortney NW, He S, Converse BJ, et al. (2016) Microbial Fe(III) oxide reduction potential in Chocolate Pots hot spring, Yellowstone National Park. Geobiology
Reddy TR, Zheng XY, Roden EE, et al. (2016) Silicon isotope fractionation during microbial reduction of Fe(III)–Si gels under Archean seawater conditions and implications for iron formation genesis Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 190: 85-99
Zheng XY, Beard BL, Reddy TR, et al. (2016) Abiologic silicon isotope fractionation between aqueous Si and Fe(III)-Si gel in simulated Archean seawater: Implications for Si isotope records in Precambrian sedimentary rocks Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 187: 102-122
Li W, Beard BL, Johnson CM. (2015) Biologically recycled continental iron is a major component in banded iron formations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Neumann A, Wu L, Li W, et al. (2015) Correction to Atom Exchange between Aqueous Fe(II) and Structural Fe in Clay Minerals. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 6362
Neumann A, Wu L, Li W, et al. (2015) Atom exchange between aqueous Fe(II) and structural Fe in clay minerals. Environmental Science & Technology. 49: 2786-95
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