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Further characterisation of the 91500 zircon crystal
This paper reports the results from a second characterisation of the 91500 zircon, including data from electron probe microanalysis, laser ablation inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometryExpand
Mussel transplantation and biomarkers as useful tools for assessing water quality in the NW Mediterranean.
Mussels transplanted to several stations of the bays of Nice and Cannes showed some seasonal variations in GST and catalase activities with higher levels in June compared to October, while in the harbour of Cannes, animals presented very high copper concentrations and GST activities in June 2000. Expand
Modelling the porewater chemistry of the Callovian-Oxfordian formation at a regional scale
In ANDRA's studies to characterize the Callovian–Oxfordian formation, porewater chemistry is a key topic. Indeed, chemistry determines the durability of the repository materials (bentonite, concrete,Expand
Clay minerals related to the hydrothermal activity of the Bouillante geothermal field (Guadeloupe)
Abstract The geothermal field of Bouillante (Guadeloupe, FWI) is a high-enthalpy hydrothermal system emplaced in submarine volcanoclastic formations (hyaloclastites, scarce lava flows) and subaerialExpand
Behaviour of major and trace elements and fractionation of REE under tropical weathering of a typical apatite-rich carbonatite from Brazil
Abstract Detailed petrographical, mineralogical and geochemical studies have been carried out on a weathering profile developed on the phosphate-rich carbontite of Juquia(Brazil). Four weatheringExpand
Cadmium induces apoptosis and genotoxicity in rainbow trout hepatocytes through generation of reactive oxygene species.
Results lead to a working hypothesis that cadmium-induced apoptosis and DNA strand breaks in trout hepatocytes are partially triggered by the generation of ROS. Expand
Purification and partial characterization of seven glutathione S-transferase isoforms from the clam Ruditapes decussatus.
Results showed that GST isoforms have distinct affinity and Vmax for GSH and CDNB as substrates and the catalytic activity of the heterodimer isoform appeared to be a combination of the ability of each subunit. Expand
Exotic stable isotope compositions of saline waters and brines from the crystalline basement
Abstract The overwhelming majority of groundwaters reported in literature show isotopic compositions that place them on or right of the meteoric water line (MWL) in a δ2H vs. δ18O diagram. A closerExpand
The rapid heating, defocused beam technique: a CO2-laser-based method for highly precise and accurate determination of δ18O values of quartz
Abstract We describe a laser fluorination technique specifically for quartz that allows both high-accuracy and high-precision determination of oxygen isotope ratios, regardless of grain size. TheExpand
Origins of elements building travertine and tufa: New perspectives provided by isotopic and geochemical tracers
Fluid/rock interaction represents a major process in the formation of calcitic or aragonitic travertine and tufa (CATT). In most cases, CATT is associated to limestone dissolution somewhere along theExpand