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2020

Miller, Martin F.; Pack, Andreas; Bindeman, Ilya N. and Greenwood, Richard C. (2020). Corrigendum to “Standardizing the reporting of Δ′17O data from high precision oxygen triple-isotope ratio measurements of silicate rocks and minerals” [Chem. Geol. 532 (2020)]. Chemical Geology, 545, article no. 119653.

Miller, Martin F.; Pack, Andreas; Bindeman, Ilya N. and Greenwood, Richard C. (2020). Standardizing the reporting of Δʹ17O data from high precision oxygen triple isotope ratio measurements of silicate rocks and minerals. Chemical Geology, 532, article no. 119332. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2018

Greenwood, Richard C.; Barrat, Jean-Alix; Miller, Martin F.; Anand, Mahesh; Dauphas, Nicolas; Franchi, Ian A.; Sillard, Patrick and Starkey, Natalie A. (2018). Oxygen isotopic evidence for accretion of Earth's water before a high-energy Moon-forming giant impact. Science Advances, 4(3), article no. eaao5928. filefile

Miller, Martin (2018). Precipitation regime influence on oxygen triple-isotope distributions in Antarctic precipitation and ice cores. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 481 pp. 316–327.

2017

Greenwood, Richard C.; Burbine, Thomas H.; Miller, Martin F. and Franchi, Ian A. (2017). Melting and differentiation of early-formed asteroids: The perspective from high precision oxygen isotope studies. Chemie Der Erde - Geochemistry, 77(1) pp. 1–43. file

2015

Miller, Martin F.; Greenwood, Richard C. and Franchi, Ian A. (2015). Comment on “The triple oxygen isotope composition of the Earth mantle and understanding Δ17O variations in terrestrial rocks and minerals” by Pack and Herwartz [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 390 (2014) 138–145]. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 418 pp. 181–183.

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