John M. Eiler

Robert P. Sharp Professor of Geology and Professor of Geochemistry
B.S., University of Iowa, 1989; M.S., University of Wisconsin (Madison), 1991; Ph.D., 1994. Research Fellow, Caltech, 1994-97; Senior Research Fellow 1997-98; Assistant Professor, 1998-2003; Associate Professor, 2003-06; Professor, 2006-; Sharp Professor, 2008-.

Research Interests

The isotope geochemistry of light elements (H, C, N, O and S), as applied to: the origin and evolution of igneous rocks; the origin and evolution of meteorites; planetary atmospheres; atmospheric and environmental chemistry; paleoclimate; and paleontology.
 

 

The 13C-18O carbonate paleothermometer: The hotest thing off our presses is a carbonate paleothermometer based on the ordering of 13C and 18O into bonds with each other in the carbonate mineral latice. This differs in important waysfrom Urey's classic carbonate-water oxygen isotope thermometer (or similar ones based on other set ofs phases. Most significantly, the 13C-18O thermometer is based on a homogeneous equilibrium (an exchange reaction involving only components of a single phase). Therefore, it rigorously constrains temperature without needing to know the oxygen isotope composition of water, or anything else besides carbonate). This property of the 13C-18O thermometer promisses to resolve many long-standing problems in paleoclimate research and paleothermometry. Our first application focused on determining the growth temperatures of soil carbonates from the Altiplano, which can be compared to the 'surface lapse rate' to constrain its uplift history. Ongoing applications include the thermal histories of aqueously altered meteorites, marine paleoclimate studies in 'deep' geologic history (the mesozoic, paleozoic and late pre-cambrian), and the body temperatures of the dinosours (roar!). These applications are anticipated to be the tip of a large iceberg. This is an ideal program for an ambitous new student or postoc to join...

 


Multiply-substituted isotopologues of CO2 in air: The same set of instruments used to study 13C-18O ordering in carbonates can be used to measure the abundances of the rare carbon dioxide isotopologue, 13C18O16O, in air and other natural gases. This molecule has several interesting and exotic properties, and as a result it can provide unique constraints on the origins of CO2 and the budget of atmospheric CO2. For example, the concentration of this isotopologue is sensitive to whether or not CO2 comes from high temperature sources (car exhaust or forest fires) vs. low-temperature sources (e.g., respiration), independent of the ∂13C of that CO2. We are applying this measurement to understand the atmospheric budget of CO2 and the mechanisms of its production and consumption in model systems. In the near future, we will begin similar studies of multiply-substituted isotopologues of other atmospheric gases.
 


Earth's atmospheric H2 budget: Molecular hydrogen (H2) is the tenth most abundant molecule in earth's atmosphere, and the second most abundant reduced gas, after methane. It participates in or indirectly influences photochemical cycles of OH, methane and ozone, and has a poorly understood role in the microbiology of soils. The budget and environmental chemistry of H2 is not well known, and this ignorance poses a significant problem for predicting the possible consequences of anthropogenic emissions of H2 that might be associated with the transition to a 'hydrogen economy'. We have been examining these problems by modeling the effects of loading the atmosphere with H2, characterizing the stable isotopic (D/H) variability of atmospheric H2, and determining the isotopic characteristics of H2 of different origins. This work is rooted in a new analytical capaibility we developed for precise analysis of the ∂D of H2 in small (liter and smaller) samples of air. Our most recent work on this problem focuses on H2 uptake by soils.
 


Hydrogen budget of the earth's interior: A large fraction, perhaps the majority, of earth's hydrogen atoms are contained in nominally anhydrous mantle minerals (e.g., pyroxene and olivine). This hydrogen exerts strong influences on the mantle's rheology and melting properties, but little is known about its distribution and budget. We are studying the mantle H cycle through hydrogen isotope analyses of nominally anhydrous minerals in mantle xenoliths and of glasses and minerals in mantle-derived lavas. This work has revealed that most nominally anhydrous minerals a strongly D-depleted relative to most of earth's H, including that extracted from the mantle dissolved in silicate melts. We believe this property can be understood most of the H contained in the earth's nominally anhydrous mantle minerals is the residue of near-complete dehydration and partial melting of subducted slabs. We are in the process of constructing a more general model for the mantle H cycle that integrates this exotic property of nominally anhydrous minerals with D/H ratios of other mantle materials.
 


Origin and evolution of igneous rocks: Basaltic lavas are the most widespread (if indirect) samples of the chemistry of the Earth's mantle. We have a range of projects involving uses of the isotopic composition of oxygen as a monitor of the presence and abundance of crustal materials (both subducted and from the existing lithosphere) as components to the sources of basaltic lavas. Oxygen isotopes offer unusual constraints on these issues because oxygen is the only element that is present in nearly equal abundances in most natural solids, melts, and fluids, and the isotopic composition of oxygen is sensitive to fractionations that occur at or near the Earth's surface â€" therefore discriminating between materials that have resided in the crust and those that were produced by differentiation within the mantle. Recent developments in this program include study of global geochemical variations of mid-ocean ridge basalts, an examination of the impact crustal contamination has on high-magnesium Icelandic basalts, detailed study of the geochemistry of central american arc lavas, and study of samples recently recovered by drilling Mauna Kea and Koolau volcanoes in the Hawaiian islands.
 


Aqueous alteration of meteorites: Aqueously altered meteorites are rare but provide some of our only windows onto the origins and geochemical cycles of water on bodies other than the earth. We have previously studied the H and O isotope geochemistry of the aqueously altered Martian meteorites and carbonaceous chondrites. A project currently underway applies the 13C-18O carbonate paleothermometer to carbonate minerals in these rocks. These measurements will determine the temperatures of aqueous alteration and the oxygen isotope compositions of waters that infiltrated the SNC and carbonaceous chondrite meteoritesâ€"two key pieces to the puzzle of aqueous chemistry in the crust of Mars and the interiors of primitive solar system bodies.
 


Stable isotope geochemistry of 'cold' environments: The stable isotopes of light elements are useful for study of the atmospheres and other near-surface volatiles on the earth and other planets. In many environments of interest (the earth's upper atmosphere, the atmospheres of Mars and the satelites of the outer planets, and comets), fractionations of stable isotopes take place at temperatures far below that at the earth's surface. Stable isotope fractionations under such conditions are largely unknown. We have conducted experiments constraining equilibrium and kinetic isotopic fractionations in such systems. These data will eventually be needed to interpret measurements of the isotopic composition of the Martian atmosphere. They also reveal fascinating and counter-intuitive fractionation behaviours (e.g., 'reversed' vapor pressure isotope effects) and are intrinsically interesting as insights on the physical chemistry of isotopically substituted molecules. In the future, this work will focus on vapor-pressure isotope effects for multiply-substituted isotopologues.
Selected Publications 

Articles:

1992

1. Eiler, J.M., Baumgartner, L.P. and Valley, J.W. (1992) Intercrystalline stable isotope diffusion: a fast grain boundary model. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., v. 112, p. 543-557.

1993

2. Eiler, J.M., Valley, J.W. and Baumgartner, L.P. (1993) A new look at stable isotope thermometry. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., v. 57, p. 2571-2583.

1994

3. Eiler, J.M., Baumgartner, L.P. and Valley, J.W. (1994) FAST GRAIN BOUNDARY: a FORTRAN-77 program for calculating the effects of retrograde interdiffusion of stable isotopes. Comput. Geosci., v. 20, p. 1415-1434.

4. Eiler, J.M. and Valley, J.W. (1994) Preservation of pre-metamorphic oxygen isotope ratios in meta-igneous rocks from the Adirondack mountains, NY. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., v. 58, p. 5525-5535.

1995

5. Eiler, J.M., Valley, J.W., Graham, C.M. and Baumgartner, L.P. (1995) Ion microprobe evidence for the mechanisms of stable-isotope retrogression in high-grade metamorphic rocks. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., v. 118, p. 365-378.

6. Eiler, J.M., Valley, J.W., Graham, C.M. and Baumgartner, L.P. (1995) The oxygen isotope anatomy of a slowly cooled metamorphic rock. American Mineralogist, v. 80, p. 757-764.

7. Eiler, J.M., Farley, K., Valley, J.W., Stolper, E.M. Hauri, E., and Craig, H. (1995) Oxygen Isotope evidence against bulk recycled sediment in the source of Pitcairn Island lavas. Nature, v.377, p. 138-141.

1996

8. Eiler, J.M. , Stolper, E.M. and Valley, J.W. (1996) Oxygen isotope ratios in olivine from the Hawaiian scientific drilling project. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 101, p. 11,807-11,813.

9. Eiler, J.M., Farley, K.A., Valley, J.W., Hofmann, A., and Stolper, E.M. (1996) Oxygen isotope constraints on the sources of Hawaiian volcanism. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 144, p. 453-468.

10. Eiler, J.M., Graham, C.M., and Valley, J.W. (1996) SIMS Analysis Of Oxygen Isotopes: Matrix Effects In Complex Minerals And Glasses, Chemical Geology, 138, 221-244.

1997

11. Eiler, J.M., Farley, K.A., Valley, J.W., Hauri, E., Craig, H., Hart, S.R., and Stolper, E.M. (1997) Oxygen isotope variations in ocean island basalt phenocrysts. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 61, p. 2281-2293.

12. Eiler J.M., Graham C., Valley J.W. (1997) SIMS analysis of oxygen isotopes: matrix effects in complex minerals and glasses. Chemical Geology, 138(3-4), p. 221-244.

13. Eiler, J.M., Mojzsis, S., and Arrhenius, G. (1997) Carbon isotope evidence for life, Nature 386, 665.

14. Valley, J.W., Eiler, J.M., Graham, C.M., Gibson, E., Romanek, C. and Stolper, E.M. (1997) Low temperature carbonate concretions in the martian meteorite ALH84001: Evidence from stable isotopes and mineralogy, Science 275, 1633-1638.

15. Reeder, R.J., Valley, J.W., Graham, C.M. and Eiler, J.M. (1997) Ion microprobe study of oxygen isotopic compositions of structurally nonequivalent growth surfaces on synthetic calcite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 61, 5057-5063.

1998

16. Eiler, J.M., Farley, K.A., and Stolper, E.M. (1998) Correlated He and Pb isotope variations in Hawaiian lavas. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 62, 1977-1984.

17. Eiler, J.M., McInnes, B., Valley, J.W., Graham, C.M., and Stolper, E.M. (1998) Oxygen isotope evidence for slab-derived fluids in the sub-arc mantle, Nature 393, 777-781.

18. Garcia, M.O., Ito, E., Eiler, J.M., and Pietruszka, A.J. (1998) Crustal contamination of Kilauea Volcano magmas revealed by oxygen isotope analyses of glass and olivine from Puu Oo eruption lavas. Journal of Petrology, 39, 803-817.

19. Graham, C.M., Valley, J.W., Eiler, J.M., and Wada, H. (1998) Timescales and mechanisms of fluid infiltration in a marble: an ion microprobe study. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 132, 371-389.

20. Valley, J.W., Graham, C.M., Harte, B., Eiler, J.M. and Kinny, P.D. (1998) Ion microprobe analysis of oxygen, carbon and hydrogen isotope ratios, in M.A. McKibben and W.C. Shanks (eds.), Applications of Microanalytical Techniques to Understanding Mineralizing Processes, SEG Reviews in Economic Geology, Vol. 7, p. 73-98.

1999

21. Foster, C.T., Reagan, M.K., Kennedy, S.G., Smith, G.A., White, C.A., Eiler, J.E. and Rougvie, J.R. (1999) Insights into the proterozoic geology of the Park Range, Colorado. Rocky Mountain Geology, 34, 7-20.

2000

22. Eiler, J.M., Crawford, A., Elliott, T., Farley, K.A., Valley, J.W., and Stolper, E.M., (2000) Oxygen isotope geochemistry of oceanic-arc lavas. Journal of Petrology, 41, 229-256.

23. Eiler J.M., Gronvold K., Kitchen N. (2000) Oxygen isotope evidence for the origin of chemical variations in lavas from Theistareykir volcano in Iceland's northern volcanic zone. Earth and Planetary Letters, 184(1). p.269-286.

24. Eiler, J.M., Kitchen, N., and Rahn, T. (2000) Experimental constraints on the stable isotope systematics of CO2 ice/vapor systems and relevance to the study of Mars. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 64, 733-746.

25. Eiler, J.M., Schiano, P., Kitchen, N. and Stolper, E.M. (2000) Oxygen isotope evidence for recycled crust in the sources of mid-ocean ridge basalts. Nature, 403, 530-534.

26. Schiano, P., J.M. Eiler, and E.M. Stolper (2000) CaO-rich, silica-undersaturated melts in island arcs: Evidence for the involvement of clinopyroxene-rich lithologies in the petrogenesis of arc magmas. G-cubed, 1, # 1999GC00032.

2001

27. Eiler, J.M., K. Gronvold, and N. Kitchen (2001) Oxygen isotope evidence for the origin of chemical variations in lavas from Theistareykir volcano in Iceland's northern volcanic zone. Earth Planet. Sci. Let., 184, 269-286.

28. Eiler, J., and N. Kitchen (2001) Hydrogen-isotope analysis of nanomole (picoliter) quantities of H2O. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 65, 4467-4479.

29. Eiler, J.M. (2001) Oxygen isotope variations of basaltic lavas and upper mantle rocks. in 'Stable Isotope Geochemistry' (MSA, Reviews in Mineralogy series, volume 43), edited by J.W. Valley and D. R. Cole, p. 319-364.

30. Mosenfelder J.L., Le Voyer M., Rossman G.R., Guan Y. Bell D.R., Eiler J.M., Asimow P.D. (2001) Analysis of hydrogen in olivine by SIMS: Evaluation of standards and protocol. American Mineralogist, 96 (11-12), p. 1725-1741.

31. Rahn, T., and J.M. Eiler (2001) Experimental constraints on the fractionation of 13C/12C and 18O/16O ratios of carbon dioxide due to adsorption at conditions relevant to the surface of Mars. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 65, 839-846.

2002

32. Appora, I., J.M. Eiler, A. Matthews, and E.M. Stolper (2002) Experimental determination of oxygen isotope fractionation between CO2 vapor and soda-melilite melt. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta., 67, 459-471.

33. Ducea, M., Sen, G., Eiler, J. and Fimbres, J. (2002) Melt depletion and subsequent metasomatism in the shallow mantle beneath Koolau volcano, Oahu (Hawaii). G-cubed, 3, U1-U17.

34. Eiler, J.M., J.W. Valley, C.M. Graham, and J. Fournelle (2002) Two generations of carbonate in ALH84001: Geochemical evidence for distinctions and genesis. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 66, 1285-1303.

35. Eiler, J.M., Kitchen, N. Leshin L. and Strausberg M.J. (2002) Hosts of hydrogen in Allan Hills 84001: Evidence for hydrous martian salts in the oldest martian meteorite? Met. Planet. Sci., 37, 395-405.

36. King, R.L., M.J. Kohn, and J.M. Eiler (2002) Constraints on the petrologic structure of the subduction zone slab-mantle interface from Franciscan complex exotic ultramafic blocks. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull.

37. Rahn, T., N. Kitchen, and J.M. Eiler (2002) D/H ratios of atmospheric H2 in urban air: Results using new methods for analysis of nano-molar H2 samples. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 66, 2475-2481.

38. Rahn, T., N. Kitchen, and J.M. Eiler (2002) Concentration and ∂D of molecular hydrogen in boreal forests: Ecosystem-scale systematics of atmospheric H2. Geophys. Res. Lett., 29, art. no. 1888.

2003

39. Appora I., Eiler J.M., Matthews A., Stolper E.M. (2003) Experimental determination of oxygen isotope fractionations between CO2 vapor and soda-melilite melt. Geochimica et. Cosmochimica Acta, 67(3). p. 459-471.

40. Eiler, J.M. (2003) Introduction, in Inside the Subduction Factory, Geophysical Monograph 138, p. 1-6.

41. Eiler JM, Tromp TK, Shia RL, Allen M, Yung YL (2003) The Bush Administration and hydrogen – Response. Science 302 (5649): 1332-1333.

42. Eiler JM, Tromp TK, Shia RL, Allen M, Yung YL (2003) Assessing the future hydrogen economy – Response. Science 302 (5643): 228-229.

43. King R.L., Kohn M.J., Eiler J.M. (2003) Constraints on the petrologic structure of the subduction zone slab-mantle interface  from Franciscan Complex exotic ultramafic blocks. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 115(9), p. 1097-1109.

44. Maclennan, J., D. McKenzie, K. Gronvold, N. Shimizu, J.M. Eiler and N. Kitchen (2003) Melt mixing and crystallization under Theistareykir, NE Iceland. G3.

45. Rahn, T., J.M. Eiler, K.A. Boering, P.O. Wennberg, M.C. McCarthy, S. Tyler, S. Schauffler, S. Donelly, E. Atlas (2003) Extreme deuterium enrichment in stratospheric hydrogen and the global atmospheric budget of H2. Nature 424, 918-921.

46. Tromp, T.K., R-L Shia, M. Allen, J.M. Eiler and Y.L. Yung (2003) Potential environmental impact of a hydrogen economy on the stratosphere. Science 300, 1740-1742.

47. Wang, Z., N.E. Kitchen and J.M. Eiler (2003) Oxygen isotope geochemistry of the second HSDP core. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 4, art. no.-8712.

2004

48. Cooper, K., J.M. Eiler, P. Asimow, and C. Langmuir (2004) Oxygen isotope evidence for the origin of enriched mantle beneath the mid-Atlantic ridge. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 220, 297-316.

49. Eiler, J.M. and Kitchen, N. (2004) Hydrogen isotope evidence for the origin and evolution of the CM chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68, 1395-1411.

50. Eiler, J.M., and E. Schauble (2004) 18O13C16O in earth's atmosphere. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68, 4767-4777.

51. Kent, A.J.R., E.M. Stolper, D. Francis, J. Woodhead, R. Frei and J. Eiler (2004) Mantle heterogeneity during the formation of the North Atlantic Igneous Province: Constraints from trace-element and Sr-Nd-Os-O isotope systematics of Baffin Island picrites. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 5: Art. No. Q11004.

52. McCarthy, M.C., K. A. Boering, T. Rahn, J.M. Eiler, A.L. Rice, S.C. Tyler, s. Schauffler, E. Atlas and D.G. Johnson (2004) The hydrogen isotopic composition of water vapor entering the stratosphere inferred from high-precision measurements of ∂D-CH4 and ∂D-H2. Journal of Geophysical Research 109, D07304, doi:10.1029/2003JD004003

53. Wang, Z., E. A. Schauble and J. M. Eiler (2004) Equilibrium thermodynamics of multiply-substituted isotopologues of molecular gases. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68, 4779-4797.

2005

54. Bindeman IN, Eiler JM, Yogodzinski GM, Tatsumi Y, Stern CR, Grove TL, Portnyagin M, Hoernle K, Danyushevsky LV (2005) Oxygen isotope evidence for slab melting in modem and ancient subduction zones. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 235 (3-4): 480-496

55. Eiler JM, Carr MJ, Reagan M, Stolper E (2005) Oxygen isotope constraints on the sources of Central American arc lavas. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 6: Art. No. Q07007.

56. Gaffney AM, Nelson BK, Reisberg L, Eiler J (2005) Oxygen-osmium isotope systematics of West Maui lavas: A record of shallow-level magmatic processes. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 239 (1-2): 122-139.

57. Saal AE, Hart SR, Shimizu N, Hauri EH, Layne GD, Eiler JM (2005) Pb isotopic variability in melt inclusions from the EMI-EMII-HIMU mantle end-members and the role of the oceanic lithosphere. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 240 (3-4): 605-620.

58. Wade JA, Plank T, Stern RJ, Tollstrup DL, Gill JB, O'Leary JC, Eiler JM, Moore RB, Woodhead JD, Trusdell F, Fischer TP, Hilton DR (2005) The May 2003 eruption of Anatahan volcano, Mariana Islands: Geochemical evolution of a silicic island-arc volcano. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 146 (1-3): 139-170

2006

59. Affek, H.P. and Eiler J.M. (2006) Abundance of mass-47 CO2 in urban air, car exhaust and human breath. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70, 1-12.

60. Bindeman IN, Sigmarsson O, Eiler J (2006) Time constraints on the origin of large volume basalts derived from O-isotope and trace element mineral zoning and U-series disequilibria in the Laki and Grimsvotn volcanic system. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 245 (1-2): 245-259.

61. Eiler J., Garzione C., Ghosh P. (2006) Response to comment on "Rapid uplift of the altiplano revealed through C-13-O-18 bonds in paleosol carbonates". Science, 314 (5800): doi:10.1126/science.1133131.

62. Ghosh P., Adkins J., Affek H., Balta B., Guo W., Schauble E.A., Schrag D., and Eiler J.M. (2006) 13C-18O bonds in carbonate minerals: A new kind of paleothermometer. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70, 1439-1456.

63. Ghosh P., Eiler, J.M. and Garzione, C. (2006) Rapid uplift of the Altiplano revealed in abundances of 13C—18O bonds in paleosol carbonate. Science 311, 511-515.

64. Schauble, E.A., Ghosh P., and Eiler J.M. (2006) Preferential formation of 13C-18O bonds in carbonate minerals, estimated using first-principles lattice dynamics. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70, 2510-2529.

65. Smith-Downey NV, Randerson JT, Eiler JM (2006) Temperature and moisture dependence of soil H-2 uptake measured in the laboratory. Geophysical Research Letters 33 (14): Art. No. L14813

2007

66. Affek, HP, Xu, XM, and Eiler, JM (2007) Seasonal and diurnal variations of 13C-18O-16O in air: Initial observations from Pasadena, CA, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71, 5033-5043.

67. Bindeman, IN, Eiler, JM, Wing, BA, and Farquhar, J (2007) Rare sulfur and triple oxygen isotope geochemistry of volcanogenic sulfate aerosols. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71, 2326-2343.

68. Came, RE, Eiler, JM, Veizer, J, Azmy, K, Brand, U and Weidman, CR (2007) Coupling of surface temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations during the Palaeozoic era. Nature, 449, 198-.

69. Eiler, J.M. (2007) "Clumped Isotope" geochemistry – The study of naturally-occurring, multiply-substituted isotopologues. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 262, 309-327.

70. Eiler J.M. (2007) On the origins of granites. Science 315, 951-952.

71. Eiler J.M., Schiano P., Valley J.W., Kita N.T. and Stolper E.M. (2007) Oxygen-isotope and trace element constraints on the origins of silica-rich melts in the subarc mantle. Geochemistry Geophyisics Geosystems 8, Art. No. Q09012.

72. Eiler J.M. (2007) The oldest fossil or just another rock? Science 317, 1046-1047.

73. Ghosh, P, Eiler, J, Campana, SE, and Feeney, RF (2007) Calibration of the carbonate 'clumped isotope' paleothermometer for otoliths. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71, 2736-2744.

74. Gou W. and Eiler J.M. (2007) Temperatures of aqueous alteration and evidence for methane generation on the parent bodies of the CM chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71, 5565-5575.

75. O'Leary, JA, Rossman, GR, and Eiler, JM (2007) Hydrogen analysis in minerals by continuous-flow mass spectrometry. American Mineralogist, 92, 1990-1997.

76. Quade, J., Garzione C., and Eiler J. (2007) Peleoelevation reconstruction using pedogenic carbonates. In Paleoaltimetry: Geochemical and Thermodynamic Approaches, MSA volume 66, 53-87.

2008

77. Affek HP, Bar-Matthews M, Ayalon A, Eiler JM et al. (2008) Glacial/interglacial temperature variations in Soreq cave speleothems as recorded by 'clumped isotope' thermometry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72, p. 5351-5360.

78. Garcia, MO, Ito, E, Eiler, JM (2008) Oxygen isotope evidence for chemical interaction of Kilauea historical magmas with basement rocks. Journal Of Petrology, 49, 757-769.

79. Garzione CN, Hoke GD, Libarkin JC, Withers S, MacFadden B, Eiler J, Mulch A (2008) Rise of the Andes. Science 320, p. 1304-1307.

80. Putnam MC, Filler MA, Kayes BM, Eiler, JM et al. (2008) Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry of Vapor-Liquid-Solid Grown, Au-Catalyzed, Si Wires. Nano Letters 8, p. 3109-3113.

81. Smith-Downey NV, Randerson JT, Eiler JM (2008) Molecular hydrogen uptake by soils in forest, desert, and marsh ecosystems in California. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 113, #G03037.

82. Wang ZR, Eiler JM (2008) Insights into the origin of low-delta O-18 basaltic magmas in Hawaii revealed from in situ measurements of oxygen isotope compositions of olivines. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 269, p. 376-386.

83. Workman RK, Eiler JM, Hart SR, and Jackson, MJ (2008) Oxygen isotopes in Samoan lavas: Confirmation of continent recycling. Geology, 36, 551-554.

2009

84. Cooper KM, Eiler JM, Sims KWW et al. (2009) Distribution of recycled crust within the upper mantle: Insights from the oxygen isotope composition of MORB from the Australian-Antarctic Discordance. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 10, #Q12004.

85. Guo WF, Mosenfelder JL, Goddard WA, Eiler, JM et al. (2009) Isotopic fractionations associated with phosphoric acid digestion of carbonate minerals: Insights from first-principles theoretical modeling and clumped isotope measurements. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica 73, p. 7203-7225.

86. Huntington KW, Eiler JM, Affek HP, et al. (2009) Methods and limitations of 'clumped' CO2 isotope (Delta(47)) analysis by gas-source isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Journal Of Mass Spectrometry 44, p. 1318-1329.

87. Hofmann AE, Valley JW, Watson EB, Eiler JM, et al. (2009) Sub-micron scale distributions of trace elements in zircon. Contributions To Mineralogy And Petrology 158, p. 317-335.

88. Yeung, LY, HP Affek, KH Hoag, AA Wiegel, EL Atlas, SM Schauffler, M Okumura, KA Boering and JM Eiler (2009) Large and unexpected enrichment in stratospheric 18O-13C-16O, and its meridional variation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106, 11496-11501.

2010

89. Boyce JW, Liu Y, Rossman GR, Guan YB, Eiler JM, Stolper EM, Taylor LA (2010) Lunar apatite with terrestrial volatile abundances. Nature v. 466, 466-U2

90. Chemtob SM, Jolliff BL, Rossman GR, Eiler JM and Arvidson RE (2010) Silica coatings in the Kau desert, Hawaii, a Mars analog terrain: a micro-morphological, spectral, chemical and isotopic study. Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 115, Article Number: E04001

91. Dauphas N, Remusat L, Chen JH, Roskosz M, Papanastassiou DA, Stodolna J, Guan Y, Ma C, Eiler JM (2010) Neutron-rich chromium isotope anomalies in supernova nanoparticles. Astrophysical Journal 720, 1577-1591.

92. Eagle RA, Schauble EA, Tripati AK, Tutken T, Hulbert RC, Eiler JM (2010) Body temperatures of modern and extinct vertebrates from C-13-O-18 bond abundances in bioapatite. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America 107, 10377-10382.

93. Huntington KW, Wernicke BP, Eiler JM (2010) Influence of climate change and uplift on Colorado Plateau paleotemperatures from carbonate clumped isotope thermometry. Tectonics 29, Article Number: TC3005.

94. Passey BH, Levin NE, Cerling TE, Brown FH, Eiler JM (2010) High-temperature environments of human evolution in East Africa based on bond ordering in paleosol carbonates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107, 11245-11249.

95. Remuset L, Guan Y, Wang Y and Eiler JM (2010) Accretion and preservation of organic particles in carbonaceous chondrites: evidence for important transport in the early solar system nebula. Astrophysical Journal, 713, 1048-1058.

96. Tripati A, Thiagarajan N, Eagle R, Gagnon A, Bauch H and Eiler JM (2010) 13C-18O isotope signatures and 'clumped isotope' thermometry in foraminifera and coccoliths. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74, 5697-5717.

97. Wang Z, Eiler JM, Asimow PD, Garcia MO and Takahashi E (2010) Oxygen isotope constraints on the structure and evolution of the Hawaiian plume. American Journal of Science, 310, 683-720.

2011

98. Bristow TF, Bonifacie M, Derkowski A, Eiler JM, and Grotzinger JP (2011) A hydrothermal origin for isotopically anomalous cap dolostone cements from South China. Nature, 474, 68-71.

99. Csank AZ, Tripati AK, Patterosn WP, Eagle RA, Rybczynski N, Ballantyne AP, and Eiler JM (2011) Estimates of Artic land surface temperatures during the early Pliocene from two novel proxies. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 304, 291-299.

100. Daëron M, Guo W, Eiler JM, Genty D, Blamart D, Boch R, Drysdale R, Maire R, Wainer K and Zanchetta G (2011) 13C-18O clumping in speleothems (I) Observations from natural caves and precipitation experiments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75, 3303-3317.

101. Dennis KJ, Affek HP, Passey BH, Schrag DP and Eiler JM (2011) Defining an absolute reference from for 'clumped' isotope studies of CO2. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75, 7117-7131.

102. Eagle RA, Tutken T, Martin TS, Tripati AK, Fricke HC, Connely M, Cifelli RL and Eiler JM (2011) (13C-18O) Ordering in Fossil Biominerals. Science, 333, 443-445.

103. Eagle RA, Tutken T, Martin TS, Tripati AK, Fricke HC, Connely M, Cifelli RL and Eiler JM (2011) Direct measurement of dinosaur body temperatures from the analysis of isotopic (13C-18O) ordering in fossil biominerals. Science, 333, 443-445.

104. Eiler JM (2011) Paleoclimate reconstruction using carbonate-clumped isotope thermometry. Quarternary Science Reviews, 30, 3575-3588.

105. Eiler JM, McCanta MC and Stolper EM (2011) Intra- and inter-crystalline oxygen isotope variations in minerals from basalts and peridotites. Journal of Petrology, 52, 1393-1413.

106. Ferry JM, Passey BH, Casconcelos C and Eiler JM (2011) Formation of dolomite at 40-80 °C in the Latemar carbonate buildup, Dolomites, Italy, from clumped-isotope thermometry. Geology, 39, 571-574.

107. Finnegan S, Bergmann K, Fischer WW, Jones DS, Fike Da, Hughes NC, Tripati A, and Eiler JM (2011) Constraints on the durations and magnitude of Late Ordovician-Early Silurian glaciation. Science, 331, 903-906.

108. Guo W, Daëron M, Niles P, Goddard WA and Eiler JM (in press) Isotopic fractionations associated with degassing of CO2 from aqueous solutions: implications for carbonate clumped isotope thermometry. In press in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.

109. Guo W, Veizer J, Frauenstein F and Eiler JM (In review) Temperature and oxygen isotopic composition of the Paleoproterozoic ocean. In review in Science.

110. Halevy I, Fischer WW and Eiler JM (2011) Carbonates in the Martian meteorite Allan Hills 84001 formed at 18 ± 4 °C in a near-surface aqueous environment. Proc Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 108, 16895-16899.

111. Huntington KW, Budd DW, Wernicke BP, and Eiler JM (2011) Use of clumped isotope thermometry to constrain temperature of crystallization for diagenetic calcite. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 81, 656-669.

112. Mosenfelder JL, Le Voyer M, Rossman GR, Guan Y, Bell DR, Asimow PD, and Eiler JM (2011) Analysis of hydrogen in olivine by SIMS: Evaluation of standards and protocol. American Mineralogist, 96, 1725-1741.

113. Pahlevan K, Stevenson DJ and Eiler JM (2011) Chemical fractionation in the silicate vapor atmosphere of the Earth. Earth and Planetary Science Letter, 301, 433-443.

114. Quade J, Breecker DO, Daëron M and Eiler JM (2011) The paleoaltimetry of Tibet: An isotopic perspective. American Journal of Science, 311, 77-115.

115. Smith J J-S, Garzione C, Passey B, Auerbach D, Eiler J, Rosario J and Jordan T (In review) Diachronous surface uplift of the Bolivian Altiplano revealed by clumped isotope paleothermometry. In review in Nature Geosciences.

116. Thiagarajan N, Adkins J, Eiler J (2011) Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry of Deep-Sea Corals and Implications for Vital Effects. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Act, 75, 4426-4425.

117. Wang Z, Bucholz C, Skinner B, and Eiler J (2011) Oxygen isotope constraints on the origin of high-Cr garnets from kimberlites. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 312, 337-347.

2012

(Works in review and in press included)

118. Bindi L, Eiler JM, Guan Y, Hollister L, MacPherson G and Steinhardt P (2012) Evidence for the extraterrestrial origin of a natural guasicrystal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109, 1396-1401.

119. Bontognali TRR, Sessions AL, Allwood AC, Fischer WW, Grotzinger JP, Summons RE and Eiler JM (2012) Sulfur isotopes of organic matter preserved in 3.45 billion year-old stromatolites reveal microbial metabolism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109, 15146-15151.

120. Boyce JW, Eiler JM, Channon MB (2012) An inversion-based self-calibration for SIMS measurements: Application to H, F, and Cl in apatite. American Mineralogist, 97, 116-128.

121. Eagle RA, Risi C, Mitchell JL, Eiler JM, Seibt U, Neelin JD, Li G and Tripati AK (In review) High regional climate sensitivity over continental China inferred from glacial-recent changes in temperature and the hydrologic cycle. Submitted to Nature.

122. Eiler JM (In press) The isotopic anatomies of molecules and minerals. Submitted to Annual Reviews in the Earth and Planetary Sciences.

123. Eiler JM, Clog M, Magyar P, Piasecki A, Sessions A, Stolper D, Deerberg M, Schlueter H-J and Schwieters J (In press) A high-resolution gas source isotope ratio mass spectrometer. In press in International Journal of Mass Spectrometry.

124. Leier AL, McQuarrie N, Garzione CN, and Eiler JM (In review) Uplifting times in the Central Andes. Submitted to Nature Geosciences.

125. Liu Y, Guan Y, Zhang Y, Rossman GR, Eiler JM, and Taylor LA (2012) Direct measurement of hydroxyl in the lunar regolith and the origin of lunar surface water. Nature Geoscience, 5, 779-782.

126. Lloyd SJ, Corsetti FA, Eiler JM and Tripati AK (2012) Determining the diagenetic condition of concretion formation: Assessing temperatures and pore waters using clumped isotopes. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 82, 1006-1016.

127. Remusat L, Rouzand JN, Charon E, Le Guillou C, Guan Y and Eiler JM (2012) D-depleted organic matter and graphite in the Abee enstatite chondrite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 96, 319-335.

128. Snell KE, Koch PL, Druschke P and Eiler JM (In review) High elevation of the 'Nevadaplano' during the Late Cretaceous. Submitted to Nature Geosciences.

129. Steinhardt PJA, Christopher L, Bindi L, Distler VV, Eddy MP, Eiler JM, Guan Y, Hollister LS, Kostin A, Kryachko V, MacPherson GJ, Steinhardt WM and Yudovskaya M (In review) Khatyrka, a new CV3 find from the Koryak Mountains, Eastern Russia. Submitted to Meteoritics and Planetary Science.

130. Steit E, Keleman P and Eiler JM (2012) Coexisting serpentine and quartz from carbonate-bearing serpentinized peridotite in the Samail Ophiolite, Oman. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 164, 821-837.

131. Swanson EM, Wernicke BP, Eiler JM, and Losh S (2012) Temperatures and fluids on faults based on carbonate clumped-isotope thermometry. American Journal of Science, 312, 1-21.

132. Wang Y, Guan Y, Hsu W, and Eiler JM (2012) Water content, chlorine and hydrogen isotope compositions of lunar apatite. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 47, A397-A397.

2013

133. Eagle R.A., Risi C., Mitchell J.L., Eiler J.M., Seibt U., Neelin J.D., Li G., Tripati A.K., (2013) High regional climate sensitivity over continental China constrained  by glacial-recent changes in temperature and the hydrological cycle. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110(22), p. 8813-8818.

134. Eiler JM, Clog M, Magyar P, Piasecki A, Sessions A, Stolper D, Deerberg M, Schlueter HJ, and Schwieters J (2013) A high-resolution gas-source isotope ratio mass spectrometer. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 335, 45-50.

135. Eiler JM, Cartigny P, Hofman AE and Piasecki A (2013) Non-canonical mass laws in equilibrium isotopic fractionations: empirical evidence from the vapor pressure isotope effect of SF6. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 107, 205-254.

136. Gagnon AC, Adkins JF, Erez J, Eiler JM and Guan YB (2013) Sr/Ca sensitivity to Aragonite saturation in cultured coral: mechanism of biomineralization during ocean acidification. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 105, 240-254.

137. Leier A., McQuarrie N., Garzione C., Eiler J. (2013) Stable isotope evidence for multiple pulses of rapid surface uplift in the Central Andes, Bolivia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 371, p. 49-58.

138. Quade J, Eiler J, Daëron M, Breecker DO and Achuythan H (2013) The clumped isotopic geothermometer in soil and paleosol carbonate. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Act, 105, 92-197.

139. Snell KE, Thrasher BL, Eiler JM, Koch Pl, Sloan LC and Tabor NJ (2013) Hot summers in the Bighorn Basin during the early Paleogene. Geology, 41, 55-58.

Books edited:

Eiler, J.M. and Abers, G. (editors) 'Inside The Subduction Factory', Geophysical Monograph 138, in association with the American Geophysical Union. 2003.

Abstracts:

1990

1. Eiler JM, Valley JW (1990) Oxygen isotope evidence for the evolution of Adirondack granitoids related to anorthosite. Geol. Soc. Am. abstr. w. prog., v. 22(7), A301. 

1991

2. Eiler JM, Baumgartner LP, Valley JW (1991) Numerical modeling of diffusive exchange of stable isotopes in the lithologic setting. Geol. Soc. Am. abstr. w. prog., v.23(5), A447.


3. Eiler JM, Valley JW (1991) Stable Isotopic characteristics and magmatic history of meta-igneous rocks, Adirondacks, NY. EOS, v. 72, Nums 1-26, p. 310. 

1992

4. Eiler JM, Valley JW, Baumgartner LP (1992) Oxygen isotope diffusion: applications to thermometry and fluid flow. Geol. Soc. Am. abstr. w. prog., v.24(7), A250.

1993

5. Eiler JM, Valley JW, Graham CM (1993) The Relationship between Stable Isotope Diffusion, Zonation, and Thermometry: A case Study from the Adirondack Mountains, NY. EOS v. 74, 330-331.


6. Eiler JM, Valley JW, Baumgartner LP, Graham CM (1993) Grain boundary diffusion rates in high-grade metamorphic rocks. Geol. Soc. Am. abstr. w. prog. v. 25(6), A326.

1994

7. Eiler JM, Valley JW, Graham CM, Baumgartner LP (1994) The oxygen isotope anatomy of a slowly cooled metamorphic rock. Geol. Soc. Am. Abstr. With program, vol 26(7), p. A43.


8. Valley JW, Eiler JM, Kohn MJ, Spicuzza MJ, Baumgartner LP, Elsenheimer D, Graham CM (1994) Contrasting styles of oxygen isotope exchange. Min. Mag., vol. 58A, p. 924-925.

1995

9. Eiler JM, Farley K, Stolper EM, Valley JW (1995) Oxygen isotope constraints on the sources of ocean island basalts. Terra Nostra, 3/1995, 34-37. 


10. Eiler JM, Farley K, Stolper EM, Valley JW, Craig H (1995) Oxygen isotope ratios in phenocrysts from Pitcairn Island: constraints on recycled sediment in the "EMI" enriched mantle. Geol. Soc. Am. Abstr. W. prog. Vol. 27(6), p.A36.


11. Garcia M, Pietruszka AJ, Ito E, Eiler JM (1995) Oxygen isotope variations in lavas from the ongoing Puu Oo eruption of Kilauea volcano. EOS, vol 76(Fall Meeting Abstracts), p. F664.

1996

12. Eiler JM, Farley KA, Stolper EM (1996) Coupling of Pb and He Isotope Variations in Hawaiian Lavas. EOS, vol. 77(Fall Meeting Abstracts), p. F811. 


13. Garcia M, Pietruszka AJ, Eiler JM, Ito E (1996) Crustal contamination of historical Kilauea volcano magmas: Evidence from oxygen isotopes of olivine and matrix materials. EOS, vol. 77(Fall Meeting Abstracts), p. F798.


14. Hofman AW, Jochum KP, Raczek I, Eiler JM (1996) Trace Element Evidence for Gabbroic Source Components in Hawaiian Magmas. 1996 Goldschmidt Conference, Heidelberg, Germany. 


15. Knoespel S, Alexander J, Edwards J, Eiler J, Gardner M, Leary B, Ray P (1996) Equipping students to present chemical demonstrations. Abstracts of the Papers of the American Chemical Society 211, 359-CHED.


16. Mukhopadhyay S, Farley KA, Bogue SC, Eiler JM (1996) Loihi-like 3He/4He ratios in shield and caldera filling lavas from Kauai. EOS, vol. 77(Fall Meeting Abstracts), p. F811.

1997

17. Eiler JM, Farley KA, Valley JW, Stolper EM (1997) Oxygen isotope constraints on the sources of oceanic arc volcanism: the Mariana and South Sandwich arcs. EOS, vol. 78(Fall Meeting Abstracts), p. 825. 


18. Eiler JM, McInnes BIA, Valley JW, Graham CM, Stolper EM (1997) Slab-derived Fluids in the Mantle: Oxygen Isotope Evidence from Melt Inclusions. Seventh Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Abstract #2128. 


19. Eiler JM, Valley JW, Graham CM (1997) Standardization of SIMS Analysis of O and C Isotope Ratios in Carbonates from ALH 84001. 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (1997), Abstract #1554.


20. Eiler JM, Valley JW, Stolper EM (1997) Stable isotopes in Allan Hills 84001: An ion microprobe study. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 33S, A38-A38.


21. Valley JW, Eiler JM, Graham CM, Gibson Jr., EK, Romanek ES (1997) Ion Microprobe Analysis of Oxygen and Carbon Isotope Ratios in the ALH 84001 Meteorite. 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Abstract #1445.

1998

22. Eiler JM, Valley JW, Graham CM, Fournelle J (1998) Geochemistry of carbonates and glass in Allan Hills 84001. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 33 4S, A44-A45.


23. Vicenzi EP, Eiler J (1998) Oxygen-isotopic composition and high-resolution secondary ion mass spectrometry imaging of Martian carbonate in Lafayette meteorite. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 44S, A159-A160. 

1999

24. Eiler JM, Kitchen N (1999) Experimental Study of the Stable-Isotope Systematics of CO2 Ice/Vapor Systems and Relevance to the Study of Mars. 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Abstract #1309.

 

25. Eiler JM, P. Schiano, N. Kitchen, E. M. Stolper (1999) Oxygen-Isotopic Evidence on the Origin of Chemical Variation in the Sources of N-MORB. Ninth Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference (1999), Abstract #7486.

2000

26. Appora I, Eiler JM, Stolper EM (2000) Experimental Determination of Oxygen-Isotope Fractionations between CO2 Vapor and Soda-Melilite Melt. Journal of Conference Abstracts, 5(2) 149.


27. Eiler J, Schiano P (2000) Keynote: Evidence for Slab-Derived Silicate Melt in the Sub-Arc Mantle. Journal of Conference Abstracts, 5(2) 373.


28. Eiler J, Kitchen N, Gronvold K, McKenzie D, Stracke A & Zindler A (2000) Oxygen Isotope Variations in Recent Magnesian Lavas from Iceland's Northern Neovolcanic Zone. Journal of Conference Abstracts, 5(2) 372.


29. Rahn T, Eiler JM (2000) Carbon Isotope Fractionation Associated with Adsorption of CO2 on Mineral Substrates and Its Relevance to the Study of Mars. 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2000), Abstract #1933.

2001

30. Eiler JM, I. Appora, N. Kitchen, E. M. Stolper, M. Carr, M. Reagan (2001) Oxygen Isotope Geochemistry of the Central American Arc. Eleventh Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Abstract #3385.


31. Eiler JM, N. Kitchen, L. Leshin (2001) The Hosts of Hydrogen in ALH84001: Evidence for Hydrous Salts in the Oldest SNC Meteorite? Eleventh Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference (2001), Abstract #3376.


32. O'Leary J, Kitchen N, Eiler JM (2001) Micro-Analysis of D/H Ratios in Mantle Minerals by Carrier-Gas Mass Spectrometry. Eleventh Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Abstract #3812 (Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston).


33. Rahn T, Eiler J (2001) Determination of D/H in Atmospheric H2 at Nano-Molar Quantities. Eleventh Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Abstract #3155 (Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston).

2002

34. Cooper K, Eiler J, Asimow P (2002) Oxygen-Isotope Evidence for Altered Oceanic Crust in the Atlantic MORB Source. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 66 Supplement 1 151.


35. Eiler J, Kitchen N (2002) Hydrogen-Isotope Geochemistry of the CM Chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 66 Supplement 1 210.


36. Rahn T, Eiler J, McCarthy M, Boering K, Atlas E, Schauffler S (2002) The Deuterium Anomaly in Stratospheric Molecular Hydrogen. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 66 Supplement 1 622.

2003

37. Eiler JM (2003) Hydrogen-Isotope Constraints on the Origin and Evolution of the Carbonaceous Chondrites. 34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Abstract #1411.


38. Eiler J, Schauble E, Kitchen N (2003) 13C18O16O in Air. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 67(18) Supplement 86.


39. Kimura H, Bottjer DJ, Chen JY, Dornbos SQ, Gao F, Oliveri P, Davidson EH, Eiler JM (2003) Marine Chemistry of the Terminal Proterozoic Doushantuo Formation: Environmental Significance for the Phosphatized Embryos. Geological Society of America, Vol. 35, No. 6, September 2003, p. 456.


40. Schauble E, Eiler J, Kitchen N (2003) Measurement and Significance of 13C18O16O in Thermodynamically Equilibrated and Environmental CO2. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 67(18) Supplement 419. 


41. Wang Z, Eiler J, Kitchen N (2003) New Insight into the Origin of the Low δ18O Magmas in Iceland. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 67(18) Supplement 524.

2004

42. Bindeman I, Sigmarsson O, Eiler J, Wang Z (2004) Mineral Diffusive and 226Ra/230Th Timescales for the Genesis of Icelandic Basalts: Laki and the Grimsvötn Magma System. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68(11) Supplement 642.


43. Eiler J, Garcia M (2004) Oxygen Isotope Composition of Olivine Phenocrysts from Koolau Scientific Drilling Project (KSDP). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68(11) Supplement 557.


44. Rahn T, Eiler J (2004) Experimental Constraints on the Oxygen Isotope (18O/16O) Fractionation in the Ice/Vapor and Adsorbate/Vapor Systems of CO2 at Conditions Relevant to the Surface of Mars. Workshop on Oxygen in the Terrestrial Planets, Abstract #3040.


45. Wang Z, Eiler J, Garcia M (2004) Oxygen isotope composition of olivine phenocrysts from Koolau Scientific Drilling Project (KSDP). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68 (11). A557-A557.

2005

46. Bindeman I, Eiler J, Sarna-Wojcicki A (2005) Oxygen-17 Excesses in Products of Stratospheric Volcanic Eruptions and Depletion of the Ozone Layer. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 69(10) Supplement 448.


47. Bindeman I, Turner S, Eiler J, Portnyagin M (2005) The Isotopic Composition of Subduction Fluid: High-, Low-, or normal ᵧ18O. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 69(10) Supplement 632.


48. Eiler J, Ghosh P, Affeck H, Adkins J, Schauble E, Schrag D, Hoffman P (2005) Carbonate Paleothermometry based on abudances of 13C-18O bonds. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 69(10) Supplement 127.


49. O'Leary J, Eiler J, Rossman G (2005) Hydrogen Isotope Geochemistry of Nominally Anhydrous Mantle Minerals. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 69(10) Supplement 745.

2006

50. Eiler J (2006) A Practical Guide to Clumped Isotope Geochemistry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 70(18) Supplement.


51. Garcia M, Ito E, Eiler J (2006) Oxygen Isotope Evidence for Chemical Interaction of Kilauea Magmas with Basement Rocks. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 70(18) Supplement.


52. Ghosh P, Eiler J, Garzione CN (2006) Paleo-Altimetry Based on Abundances of 13C-18O Bonds in Soil Carbonates. Geological Society of America, Vol. 38, No. 7, p. 471.


53. Guo W, Eiler JM (2006) Temperatures of Aqueous Alteration on CM Chondrite Parent Bodies Based on Carbonate 'Clumped-Isotope' Thermometry. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Abstract #2288.


54. Yeung LY, Eiler JM, Okumura M (2006) PHYS 368-Anomalous isotope effects in the O(1D)+CO2 isotope exchange reaction. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 232, 368-PHYS. 

2007

55. Fike D, Ussler W, Eiler J, Guan Y, Orphan V (2007) Micron-Scale Resolution of Sulfur Cycling in a Microbial mat. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71(15) Supplement 278.


56. Ghosh P, Eiler J, Petersen S (2007) Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry of Mollusks and its Applications to Pleistocene Gastropod Fossils from South Dakota. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71(15) Supplement 319.


57. Guan Y, Ushikubo T, Eiler JM, Kimura M (2007) Search for extinct Cl-36 in Ca-Al-rich inclusions in primitive ordinary chondrites. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 42S, A60-A60.

 

58. Guo W, Perronnet N, Zolensky ME, Eiler JM (2007) Temperatures of aqueous alteration on carbonaceous chondrite parent bodies. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 42S. A61-A61.


59. Hofmann AE, Cavosie AJ, Guan Y, Valley JW, Eiler JM (2007) Sub-Micron-Scale Variations in Ti Abundance in Zircon. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71(15) Supplement 411.


60. Huntington K, Wernicke B, Eiler J (2007) Paleoaltimetry from "Clumped" 13C-18O Bonds in Carbonates, Colorado Plateau. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71(15) Supplement 426.


61. Snell K, Eiler J, Dettman D, Koch P (2007) Continental Temperatures from the Paleocene-Eocene Boundary in the Big Horn Basin, WY from Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71(15) Supplement 950.

2008

62. Affek H, Guo W, Daëron M, Eiler JM (2008) 'Clumped Isotopes' in Speleothem Carbonate and Atmospheric CO2 – Is There a Kinetic Isotope Effect? Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 6.

 

63. Blard PH, Lave J, Farley KA, Tripati A, Eiler JM, Sylvestre F, Fornari M (2008) Late Glacial Paleoclimate of the Central Altiplano Constrained by Cosmogenic He-3 Dating and 'clumped-Isotope' Paleothermometry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 89.


64. Bonifacie M, Eiler J, Stolper E, Bézos A, Michael P, Langmuir C (2008) Oxygen Isotope Evidence for Slab-Derived Silicate Melt in Lau Basin Back-Arc Lavas. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 96.


65. Came RE, Brand U, Guo W, Veizer J, Azmy K, Eiler J (2008) Application of Carbonate 'Clumped Isotope' Thermometry to Marine Brachiopods from Icehouse and Greenhouse Periods in the Paleozoic Era — Preliminary Results. Geological Society of America, Vol. 40, No. 6, p. 402.


66. Daëron M, Guo W, Eiler J, Genty D, Wainer K, Affek H, Vonhof H, Blamart D (2008) Absolute Speleo-Thermometry, Using Clumped Isotope Measurements to Correct for Kinetic Isotope Fractionations Induced by CO2 Degassing. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 193.


67. Eiler J, Affek H, Daeron M, Ferry J, Guo W, Huntington K, Thiagarajan N, Tripati A (2008) Carbonate 'Clumped Isotope' Thermometry: A Status Report. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 239.


68. Eiler J, Guo W, Huntington K, Passey B (2008) Keynote: High-Precision Isotopic Analysis: Lessons from 'Clumped Isotope' Geochemistry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 240.


69. Gabitov R, Gagnon A, Adkins J, Eiler J (2008) Analysis of Mg, Sr, and Ba in Deep Sea Corals Using SIMS and ICP-MS. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 287.


70. Guo W, Daeron M, Niles P, Genty D, Kim S-T, Vonhof H, Affek H, Blamart D, Wainer K, Eiler J (2008) 13C-18O Bonds in Dissolved Inorganic Carbon: Implications for Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 336.


71. Huntington KW, Wernicke BP, Eiler JM, Flowers RM (2008) Temperature and Timing of Diagenesis from Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry and Thermochronology. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 403.


72. Mansfield F, Eiler J, Stolper E, Guan Y (2008) Relationships between µm-Scale Melt Inclusions and Oscillatory Trace Element Zoning in Olivine. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 590.

 

73. Remusat L, Guan Y, Eiler JM (2008) NanoSIMS Mapping of Organic Matter in Orgueil and Tagish Lake Carbonaceous Chondrites: New Data on the Relationships with the Mineral Matrix. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Abstract #2477.


74. Tripati A, Thiagarajan N, Eiler J (2008) 'Clumped Isotope' Thermometery in Foraminifera. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 72(12) Supplement 956.

2009

75. Channon MB, Bonifacie M, Stolper EM, Eiler JM (2009) Oxygen Isotope Compositions of Mineral Separates from SNC Meteorites: Constraints on the Petrogenesis of Martian Magmas. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2009), Abstract #2450.


76. Chemtob SM, Rossman GR, Eiler JM, Jolliff BL (2009) Silica coatings on the 1974 Kilauea flow: new SEM and SIMS results and implications for Mars. In: 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Lunar and Planetary Institute , Houston, TX, p. 2156.


77. Guan Y, Paque JM, Burnett DS, Eiler JM (2009) Preliminary NanoSIMS Analysis of Carbon Isotope of Carbonates in Calcium-Aluminum-rich Inclusions. 72nd Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society (2009), Abstract #5364.


78. Eiler J, Adkins J, Chapman A, Guan Y, Hofmann A, Ferry J (2009) Keynote: New Capabilities for Small-Scale and High-Precision SIMS Analysis. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 321.


79. Eiler J, Valley J, Stolper E (2009) Invited: Non-Equilibrium Stable Isotope Partitioning in Igneous Processes?. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 321.


80. Eiler JM, Bonifacie M, Daeron M (2009) Medal: 'Clumped Isotope' Thermometry for High-Temperature Problems. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 322.


81. Ferry J, Stubbs J, Guan Y, Eiler J (2009) Ultrasteep Composition Gradients within Ankerite Grains from Regionally Metamorphosed Marls. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 372.


82. Guan Y, Paque JM, Burnett DS, Eiler JM (2009) Preliminary Nanosims Analysis of Carbon Isotope of Carbonates in Calcium-Aluminum-rich Inclusions. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 44, A82-A82.

83. Hofmann AE, Baker MB, Eiler JM (2009) Sub-Micron Scale Ti Variations in Zircons of Known Provenance. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 542.


84. Meckler AN, Adkins J, Eiler J, Cobb K (2009) Constraints from Clumped Isotope Analyses of a Stalagmite on Maximum Tropical Temperature Change Through the Late Pleistocene. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 863.


85. Remusat L, Guan Y, Eiler J (2009) NanoSIMS Imaging of Insoluble Organic Matter in Ordinary Chondrites; Comparison with Carbonaceous Chondrites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 1089.


86. Remusat L, Guan Y, Eiler JM (2009) Chemical and Isotopic Diversity of Organic Particles in Chondrites: Parent Body vs. Nebular Processes. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 44, A174-A174.

 

87. Smith JJS, Garzione C, Passey B, Auerbach D, Eiler J, Jordan T, Rosario JJ (2009) Clumped Isotope Paleothermometry of Southern Altiplano Paleosols: Implications for Surface Uplift of the Andean Plateau. Geological Society of America, Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 522.


88. Tobin TS, Ward PD, Kirschvink JL, Olivero EB, Eiler J, Passey B (2009) Carbonate Isotope Chemostratigraphy of the Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary From Seymour Island, Antarctica. Geological Society of America, Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 440.


89. Thiagarajan N, Guo W, Adkins J, Eiler J (2009) Clumped Isotope Calibration of Modern Deep Sea Corals and Implications for Vital Effects. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 1324.

 

90. Yeung LY, Affek HP, Hoag KJ, Guo W, Wiegel AA, Okumura M, Boering KA, Eiler JM (2009) Invited: A 'Clumped-Isotope' Study of Stratospheric CO2 Reveals a New Atmospheric Process. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 1484.


91. Zeng L, Asimow P, Eiler J, Chen J, Chen F (2009) Melt-Rock Interactions during the Early Stages of Rapid Exhumation of a Deeply Subducted Continental Slab. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13) Supplement 1500.

2010

92. Boniface M, Raub TD, Fike DA, Eiler JM (2010) Insights on Carbon and Oxygen Isotopes Compositions of Neoproterozoic Carbonates from Clumped Isotope Thermometry. Geological Society of America, Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 300.


93. Boyce JW, Mosenfelder JL, Rossman GR, Eiler JM (2010) The Record of Magmatic Volatiles in Accessory Minerals. Geological Society of America Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 667.


94. Channon MB, Stolper EM, Eiler JM (2010) Oxygen Isotope Compositions of Mineral Separates from SNC Meteorites: Constraints on SNC Parental Magmas. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Abstract #2212.


95. Dauphas N, Remusat L, Chen JH, Roskosz M, Papanastassiou DA, Stodolna J, Guan Y, Ma C, Eiler JM (2010) Supernova Nanoparticles are the Carriers of Cr-54 Anomalies in Planetary Materials. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 45 S, A42-A42.

 

96. Eagle R, Schauble E, Tripati A, Tütken T, Fricke H, Hulbert R, Eiler J (2010) 'Clumped Isotope' Thermometry in Bioapatite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 256.


97. Eiler J, Bergmann K, Bonifaci M, Eagle R, Finnegan S, Fischer W, Passey B, Stolper D, Tripati A (2010) Keynote: Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry as a Tool for Paleoceanography. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 261.


98. Eiler J, Hofmann A (2010) A "Mass Anomalous" Vapor-Pressure Isotope Effect for SF6. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 262.


99. Finnegan S, Bergman KD, Eiler JM, Jones DS, Fike DA, Tripati A, Hughes NC, Eisenman I, Fischer WW (2010) New Constraints on the Duration and Magnitude of Late Ordovician-Early Silurian Glaciation from Carbonate "Clumped" Isotope Paleothermometry. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 513.


100. Hofmann AE, Baker MB, Eiler JM (2010) An Experimental and Analytical Study of Ti Partitioning in Zircon. Geological Society of America, Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 667.


101. Levin N, Raub T, Dauphas N, Eiler J (2010) 17O Anomalies in Sedimentary Silica and Oxides. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 585.


102. Kelemen P, Streit L, Mervine E, Matter J, Eiler J, Shock E (2010) Oxygen and Carbon Isotope Systematics during Natural Mineral Carbonation in Peridotite of the Samail Ophiolite, Oman. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 504.


103. Kim S-T, Guo W, Coplen TB, Farquhar J, Eiler JM (2010) Temperature Dependence of 13C-18O Clumping in Synthetic Aragonite: Laboratory Calibration. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 517. 


104. Remusat L, Rouzaud JN, Le Guillou C, Eiler JM (2010) Graphite and Organic Matter in Abee Enstatite Chondrite. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical-Society 45S, A170-A170.

 

105. Snell KE, Koch PL, Eiler JM (2010) Evidence for Moderate to High Elevation of the Late Cretaceous 'Nevadaplano' in the Northern Basin and Range Province from Carbonate Clumped Isotope (Δ47) Thermometry. Geological Society of America, Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 187. 


106. Tobin TS, Ward PD, Kirschvink JL, Olivero EB, Eiler J (2010) A High Resolution Paleotemperature Record Across the K-PG Boundary From Seymour Island, Antarctica. Geological Society of America, Vol. 42, No. 5, p. 54.


107. Tripati A, Eagle R, Eiler J, Beaufort L (2010) Glacial Ocean Temperatures from 'Clumped Isotope' Thermometry in Foraminifera and Coccoliths. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 1057.


108. Trønnes RG, Erambert M, Eiler JM, Debaille V (2010) Fertile Components of the NE Atlantic Mantle – Minor Elements and O-Isotopes in Olivine Phenocrysts. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(11) Supplement 1058.

2011

109. Bindeman I, Vazquez J, Schmitt A, Eiler J, Serebryakov N, Evans D (2011) In situ Dating and Investigation of Remarkably Depleted –27.3‰ SMOW "Slushball" Earth Zircons. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 530.


110. Bonifacie M, Ferry J, Horita J, Vasconcelos C, Passey B, Eiler J (2011) Calibration and Applications of the Dolomite Clumped Isotope Thermometer to High Temperatures. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 551.


111. Boyce J, Ma C, Eiler J, Liu Y, Stolper E, Taylor L (2011) Sulfur Speciation in Lunar Apatite. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 569.


112. Cartigny P, Eiler J, Agrinier P, Assayag N (2011) On the Mass Independent Fractionations of O, Hg, Si, Mg and Cd during Open-System Evaporation or Thermal Decomposition. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 628.


113. Channon MB, Boyce JW, Stolper EM, Eiler JM (2011) Abundances of Cl, F, H, and S in Apatites from SNC Meteorites. 74th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract #5401. 


114. Chapman AD, Saleeby J, Eiler JM (2011) Slab Flattening Trigger for Isotopic Disturbance and Magmatic Flare-Up in the Southernmost Sierra Nevada Batholith, California. Geo. Soc. Am., Vol. 43, No. 5, p. 43.


115. Chemtob S, Hurowitz J, Guan Y, Ziegler K, Eiler J, Rossman G (2011) Silica Coatings on Young Hawaiian Basalts: Constraints on Formation Mechanism from Silicon Isotopes. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 649.


116. Eiler J, Dennis K, Affek H, Passey B, Schrag D (2011) Invited: An Absolute Reference Frame for Clumped Isotope Thermometry. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 802.


117. Fischer W, Fike D, Guan Y, Eiler J, Kirschvink J, Raub T (2011) A Dynamic Archean Sulfur Cycle. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 850.


118. Halevy I, Eiler JM (2011) Carbonates in ALH 84001 Formed in a Short-Lived Hydrothermal System. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2011), Abstract #2512.


119. Loyd S, Dickson T, Hudson J, EIler J, Tripati A (2011) Assessing Cementation in the El Capitan Reef Complex and Lincolnshire Limestone Using 13C-18O Bond Abundances in Carbonates. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 1358.


120. Newcombe M, Fabbrizio A, Zhang Y, Guan Y, Ma C, Le Voyer M, Eiler J, Saal A Stolper E (2011) Volatile and Major Element Zonation within Melt Inclusions: A Natural Diffusion Experiment. Mineralogical Magazine. 75(3) 1535.


121. Snell K, Thompson J, Foreman B, Wernicke B, Chamberlain CP, Eiler J, Koch P (2011) Hot Summers in the Western United States during the Late Cretaceous and Early Cenozoic. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 1901.


122. Swanson EM, Wernicke BP, Eiler JM (2011) Temperatures and Fluids on Faults Based on Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry. Geological Society of America, Vol. 43, No. 5, p. 649.
123. Thiagarajan N, Adkins J, Eiler J (2011) Past Ocean Temperatures and Coupled U/Th and 14C Measurements from Deep-Sea Corals. Mineralogical Magazine, 75(3) 2003.


124. Tobin TS, Wilson GP, Eiler JM (2011) Reconstructing Paleotemperature using Clumped Isotope Paleothermometry Across the K-PG Boundary from Garfield County, MT, USA. Geological Society of America, Vol. 43, No. 5, p. 163.


125. Channon MB, Boyce JW, Stolper EM, Eiler JM (2011) Abundances of Cl, F, H, and S in Apatites from SNC Meteorites. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 46, A39-A39.

2012

126. Channon MB, Boyce JW, Stolper EM, Eiler JM (2012) Abundances of Cl, F, H, and S in Apatites from Martian Meteorites. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012), Abstract #2845.


127. Clog M, Eiler J (2012) Kinetics of CO2(g)-H2O(l) Isotopic Exchange, Including 13C18O16O. Mineralogical Magazine, 76(6) 1582.


128. Eiler J, Clog M, Deerberg M, Magyar P, Piasecki A, Schlueter H-J, Schweiters J, Sessions A, Stolper D, Thiagarajan N (2012) The MAT-253 Ultra -a Novel High-Resolution, Multi-Collector Gas Source Mass Spectrometer. Mineralogical Magazine, 76(6) 1680.


129. Finnegan S, Eiler JM, Woodward WW (2012) Clumped and Oxygen Isotope Systematics of Marine Calcite Cements from the Late Ordovician Kullsberg and Boda Limestones, Sweden. Geological Society of America, Vol. 44, No. 7, p.458 


130. Le Voyer M, Newcombe M, Stolper EM, Eiler JM (2012) Invited: The nanoSIMS as a Tool to Study Zonation Around/In Melt Inclusions. Mineralogical Magazine, 76(6) 1984.


131. Loyd S, Berelson W, Lyons T, Hammond D, Tripati A, Eiler J, Corsetti F (2012) Formation Mechanisms of Carbonate Concretions of the Monterey Formation: Analyses of Clumped Isotopes, Iron, Sulfur and Carbon. Mineralogical Magazine, 76(6) 2036.


132. Magyar P, Kopf S, Orphan V, Eiler J (2012) Measurement of Nitrous Oxide Isotopologues and Isotopomers by the MAT 253 Ultra. Mineralogical Magazine, 76(6) 2054.


133. Piasecki A, Eiler J (2012) Direct Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Position Specific S13C in Organics. Mineralogical Magazine, 76(6) 2230.


134. Piasecki A, Stolper D, Schwieters J, Schlueter H, Hilkert A, Deerberg M, Eiler JM (2012) The MAT 253-ultra; a new high-resolution gas source isotope ratio mass spectrometer. Abstracts: Annual Meeting - American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2012, 0-unpaginated.


135. Quade J, Eiler J, Daeron M, Breecker D (2012) The Clumped Isotope Geothermometer in Soil and Paleosol Carbonate. Geological Society of America, Vol. 44, No. 7, p.32.

136. Snell KE, Eiler JM, Dettman DL, Grotzinger J, Koch, PL (2012). Evaluating the geochemical consequences of aragonite-to-aragonite diagenesis in freshwater fossil bivalves. Abstracts: Annual Meeting - American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2012, 0-unpaginated. 


137. Stolper D, Sessions A, Eiler J (2012) Measurement of Intact Methane Isotopologues, Including 13CH3D. Mineralogical Magazine, 76(6) 2413. 


138. Swanson EM, Wernicke BP, Eiler JM (2012) Possible Evidence for Decarbonation Reactions from Carbonate Clumped-Isotope Analyses of Fault Gouges. Geological Society of America, Vol. 44, No. 7, p.127.


139. Vasconcelos C, Bahniuk A, McKenzie J, Eiler J, Franca A, Anjos S (2012) Microbialite facies of mid-cretaceous codo formation, NE brazil: Coupled sedimentological and clumped isotope paleoenvironmental analysis of a potential reservoir rock. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes, 34, 1305.


140. Wang Y, Guan Y, Hsu W, Eiler JM (2012) Water Content, Chlorine and Hydrogen Isotope Compositions of Lunar Apatite. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 47 (S1). A397-A397.

2013

(Goldschmidt conferences uncited as of 7/13)


141. Bergmann K, Al-Balushi S, Grotzinger J, Eiler J (2013) Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry in the Subsurface. Goldschmidt2013.


142. Bonifacie M, Calmels D, Eiler J (2013) Clumped Isotope Thermometry of Marbles as an Idicator of the Closure Temperatures of Calcite and Dolomite with Respect to Solid-State Reordering of C–O Bonds. Goldschmidt2013.


143. Boyce J, Treiman A, Eiler J, Ma C, Guan Y, Greenwood J, Gross J, Stolper E (2013) Petrologic and Metasomatic Controls on H and Cl Abundances and Isotopes in Lunar Rocks. Goldschmidt2013.

144. Chemtob S, Rossman G, Young E, Ziegler K, Eiler J, Hurowitz J (2013) Si Isotope Systematics of Acidic Alteration of Fresh Kilauean Basalts. Goldschmidt2013.


145. Clog M, Eiler J, Guzzo J, Moraes E, Souza I (2013) Doubly 13C-Substituted Ethane. Goldschmidt2013.


146. Eiler J & Krumwiede D (2013) Keynote: Isotopic Anatomies of Organic Molecules. Goldschmidt2013.


147. Hollister L, Andronicos C, Bindi L, Distler V, Eddy M, Eiler J, Guan Y, Kostin A, Kryachko V, MacPherson G, Steinhardt W, Yudovskaya M, Steinhardt P (2013) Natural Cu-Al-Fe Metallic Quasicrystals in the New CV3 Meteorite Find, Khatyrka. Goldschmidt2013.


148. Magyar P, Kopf S, Orphan V, Eiler J (2013) Isotopologue Effects in the Generation and Consumption of Nitrous Oxide. Goldschmidt2013.


149. Piasecki A, Eiler J, Sessions A, Lopes J, Lemini J, Freitas L (2013) Site-Specific Carbon Isotope Measurement of Organics by Gas Source Mass Spectrometry. Goldschmidt2013.


150. Price JB, Eiler JM (2013) Crystallization Temperatures of Carbonate Phases at Kennecott, Alaska Based on Clumped Isotope Thermometry. Goldschmidt2013.


151. Snell K, Fricke H, Clyde W, Eiler J (2013) Terrestrial Temperature Response during Early Eocene Hyperthermals. Goldschmidt2013.


152. Stolper D, Shusta S, Valentine D, Sessions A, Ferreira A, Santos Neto E, Eiler J (2013) Combined 13C-D and D-D Clumping in CH4: Preliminary Results. Goldschmidt2013.
 

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