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2012

Burton, Kevin; Cenki-Tok, Bénédicte; Mokadem, Fatima; Harvey, Jason; Gannoun, Abdelmouhcine; Alard, Olivier and Parkinson, Ian J. (2012). Unradiogenic lead in Earth’s upper mantle. Nature Geoscience, 5(8) pp. 570–573.

2010

Stevenson, E. I.; Burton, K.; Mokadem, F.; Parkinson, I. J.; Anand, P. and Hathorne, E. C. (2010). The retrieval of marine weathering records preserved by strontium stable isotopes in foraminifera. In: American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010., 13-17 December 2010, San Francisco.

Anand, Pallavi; James, Rachael and Mokadem, Fatima (2010). Records of continental weathering for the past 15 Ma from paired analysis of lithium and neodymium isotopes in planktonic foraminifera. In: 10th International Conference on Paleoceanography, 29 Aug - 3 Sep 2010, San Diego, USA.

Wimpenny, Josh; James, Rachael H.; Burton, Kevin W.; Gannoun, Abdelmouhcine; Mokadem, Fatima and Gíslason, Sigurður R. (2010). Glacial effects on weathering processes: New insights from the elemental and lithium isotopic composition of West Greenland rivers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 290(3-4) pp. 427–437.

2006

Pogge von Strandmann, P. A. E; Burton, K. W.; James, R. H.; van Calsteren, P.; Gislason, S. R. and Mokadem, F. (2006). Riverine behaviour of uranium and lithium isotopes in an actively glaciated basaltic terrain. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 251(1-2) pp. 134–147.

Gannoun, Abdelmouhcine; Burton, Kevin W.; Vigier, Nathalie; Gíslason, Sigurdur R.; Rogers, Nick; Mokadem, Fatima and Sigfússon, Bergur (2006). The influence of weathering process on riverine osmium isotopes in a basaltic terrain. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 243(3-4) pp. 732–748.

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