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Sephton, Mark; James, Rachael; Fehr, Manuela; Bland, Philip and Gounelle, Matthieu (2013). Lithium isotopes as indicators of meteorite parent body alteration. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 48(5) pp. 872–878.

Dixon, Sophie; Parkinson, Ian; Sexton, Philip; Fehr, Manuela; Peacock, Caroline and James, Rachael (2013). Ocean redox across the PETM: stable Cr isotopes in planktic foraminifera. In: Geochemistry Group RiP meeting 2013, 14 Mar 2013, Milton Keynes.

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Dixon, Sophie; Parkinson, Ian; James, Rachael; Fehr, Manuela and Peacock, Caroline (2012). Adsoption of Cr onto Fe and Mn oxy(hydr)oxides: an EXAFS study with implication for using Cr isotopes as a redox proxy. In: Geotraces workshop on ‘Stable isotopes of biologically important trace metals’., 13-14 Sep 2012, Imperial College London, UK.

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Harvey, J.; Fehr, M. A.; Sharrock, J. L.; Parkinson, I. J. and James, R. H. (2011). The significance of Li isotope variations in CO chondrites: bulk-rock, inter and intra-chondrule differences. In: 74th Meteoritical Society Meeting, 8-12 Aug 2011, Greenwich, London.

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Bonnand, P.; Parkinson, I. J.; James, R. H.; Fehr, M. and Connolly, D. P. (2010). Cr isotopic composition of modern carbonates and seawater. In: American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2019., 13-17 Dec 2010, San Francisco.

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Fehr, M.; James, R.; Sephton, M.; Martins, Z. and Bland, P. A. (2009). Primitive lithium isotope signatures in CR carbonaceous chondrites? In: 19th V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, 21-26 Jun 2009, Davos, Switzerland.

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Hathorne, Ed C; James, Rachael H.; Savage, Paul and Alard, Olivier (2008). Physical and chemical characteristics of particles produced by laser ablation of biogenic calcium carbonate. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 23(2) pp. 240–243.

Pogge von Strandmann, Philip; Burton, Kevin; James, Rachael; van Calsteren, Peter; Gislason, Sigurður R. and Sigfússon, Bergur (2008). The influence of weathering processes on riverine magnesium isotopes in a basaltic terrain. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 276(1-2) pp. 187–197.

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Wimpenny, J.; Gannoun, A.; Burton, K. W.; Widdowson, M.; James, R. H. and Gislason, S. R. (2007). Rhenium and osmium isotope and elemental behaviour accompanying laterite formation in the Deccan region of India. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 261(1-2) pp. 239–258.

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Sephton, Mark A.; James, Rachael H. and Zolensky, Michael E. (2006). The origin of dark inclusions in Allende: New evidence from lithium isotopes. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 41(7) pp. 1039–1043.

Hathorne, Ed C. and James, Rachael H. (2006). Temporal record of lithium in seawater: a tracer for silicate weathering? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 246(3-4) pp. 393–406.

Sephton, M. A.; Howard, L. E.; Bland, P. A.; James, R. H.; Russell, S. S.; Prior, D. J. and Zolensky, M. E. (2006). Delving into Allende's dark secrets. Astronomy & Geophysics, 47(6) pp. 37–38.

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Kısakűrek, Basak; James, Rachael H. and Harris, Nigel B.W. (2005). Li and δ7Li in Himalayan rivers: proxies for silicate weathering? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 237(3-4) pp. 387–401.

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Decitre, Sylvie; Buatier, Martine and James, Rachael (2004). Li and Li isotopic composition of hydrothermally altered sediments at Middle Valley, Juan De Fuca. Chemical Geology, 211(3-4) pp. 363–373.

Foustoukos, D. I.; James, R. H.; Berndt, M. E. and Seyfried, W. E . (2004). Lithium isotopic systematics of hydrothermal vent fluids at the Main Endeavour Field, Northern Juan de Fuca Ridge. Chemical Geology, 212(1-2) pp. 17–26.

Sephton, Mark A.; James, Rachael H. and Bland, Philip A. (2004). Lithium isotope analyses of inorganic constituents from the Murchison Meteorite. Astrophysical Journal, 612(1) pp. 588–591.

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