Latest publications

  • Rosca C, König S, Pons M-L, Schoenberg R (2021) Improved protocols for Zn purification and MC-ICP-MS analyses enable determination of small-scale Zn isotope variations. Chemical Geology, 120440,
  • Schoenberg R, Schaller M, Pettke T (2021): Geochemical and isotopic constraints on the dynamics of the Earth: a Special Issue dedicated to Jan Dirk Kramers and his legacy to geochemistry. Chemical Geology 583: 120462.
  • Wang Y, Ossa Ossa F, Spangenberg J, Wille M, Schoenberg R (2021): Restricted oxygen-deficient basins on the northern European epicontinental shelf across the Toarcian carbon isotope excursion interval. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology.
  • Roué L, Kurzweil F, Wille M, Wegwerth A, Dellwig O, Münker C, Schoenberg R (2021): Stable W and Mo isotopic evidence for increasing redox-potentials from the Paleoarchean towards the Paleoproterozoic deep Ocean. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
  • Ahmad Q, Wille M, König S, Rosca C, Hensel A, Pettke T, Hermann, J (2021): The Molybdenum isotope subduction recycling conundrum: A case study from the Tongan subduction zone, Western Alps and Alpine Corsica. Chemical Geology 576, 120231,
  • König S, Rosca C, Kurzawa T, Varas-Reus M-I, Dragovic B, Schoenberg R, John T (2021): Selenium isotope evidence for pulsed flow of oxidative slab fluids. Geochemical Perspectives Letters 17, 27-32. https://doi: 10.7185/geochemlet.2110
  • Wagner JL, Kleinhanns IC, Weber N, Babechuk MG, Hofmann A, Schoenberg R (2021): Coupled stable chromium and iron isotopic fractionation tracing magmatic mineral crystallization in Archean komatiite-tholeiite suites. Chemical Geology
  • Kleinhanns IC, Nägler TF, Villa IM, Kramers JD (2021): Age disequilibrium between zircon and their granitoid hosts caused by intracrustal reworking: Nd-Hf-Ar isotope evidence of Archaean Granitoids from Barberton Mountain Land (Kaapvaal craton, South Africa). Chemical Geology 570:120129.
  • Wegwerth A, Plessen B, Kleinhanns IC, Arz HW (2021): Black Sea hydroclimate and coupled hydrology was strongly controlled by high-latitude glacial climate dynamics. Communications Earth & Environment 2, 63 (2021).
  • Kamber BS & Schoenberg R (2020): Evaporative loss of moderately volatile metals from the superheated 1849 Ma Sudbury impact melt sheet inferred from stable Zn isotopes. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 544. DOI: