Above: Faraday collectors mounted on the Multi-Collector Inductively Couple Plasma Mass Spectrometer (MC-ICPMS).

Where we have been published

Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Analytical Chemistry
The Astrophysical Journal
The Astrophysical Journal Letters
Chemical Geology
Earth and Planetary Science Letters
Geochemical Journal
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
Geophysical Research Letters
Geostandard and Geoanalytical Research
Gondwana Research
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry
Journal of Geophysical Research
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry
Mass Spectrometry Reviews
Meteoritics and Planetary Science
Nuclear Physics A
Physical Review B
Report on Progress in Physics




102. Iron isotopic fractionation between silicate mantle and metallic core at high pressure. (456 KB)
Liu J., Dauphas N., Roskosz M., Hu M.Y., Yang H., Bi W., Zhao J., Alp E.E., Hu J.Y., Lin J-F. (2017). Nature Communications
 8, 14377. 

101. Non-Traditional Stable Isotopes: Retrospective and Prospective. (692 KB)
Teng F-Z., Dauphas N., Watkins J.M. (2017). RiMG 82 pp. 1-26.

100. Iron Isotope Systematics. (6.4 MB)
Dauphas N., John S.G., Rouxel O. (2017). RiMG 82 pp. 415-510.

99. The isotopic nature of the Earth's accreting material through time. (952 KB)
Dauphas N. (2017). Nature 541, 521-524. Supplemental 1 (589 KB)  Supplemental 2 (372 KB)

98. Iron and oxygen isotope fractionation during iron UV photo-oxidation: Implications for early Earth and Mars. (1.2 MB)
Nie N.X., Dauphas N., Greenwood R.C. (2017). 
Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 458, 179-191. Supplemental (702 KB)


97. Thermal and crystallization histories of magmatic bodies by Monte Carlo inversion of Mg-Fe isotopic profiles in olivine. (5 MB)
Sio C.K.I. and Dauphas N. (2016). Geology.G38056-1. 

96. A nucleosynthetic origin for the Earth's anomalous 142Nd composition. (2.6 MB)
Burkhardt C., Borg L.E., Brennecka G.A., Shollenberger Q.R., Dauphas N & Kleine T. (2016). Nature 537, 394-398.

95. Unusual δ56Fe values in Samoan rejuvenated lavas generated in the mantle. (7.6 MB)
Konter J.G., Pietruszka A.J., Hanan B.B., Finlayson V.A., Craddock P.R., Jackson M.G., Dauphas N. (2016). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 450, 221-232. 

94. Mass Fractionation Laws, Mass-Independent Effects, and Isotopic Anomalies. (4.2 MB)
Dauphas N. and Schauble E.A. (2016). Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 44:709-83. Supplemental (23 KB)

93. Titanium stable isotope investigation of magmatic processes on the Earth and Moon. (642 KB)
Millet M-ADauphas N., Greber N., Burton W.K., Dale W.C., Debret B., Macpherson G.C., Nowell M.G., Williams M.H. (2016). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 449, 197-205. 

92. Origin of uranium isotope variations in early solar nebula condensates. (2.4 MB)
Tissot F.L.H., Dauphas N., Grossman L(2016). Science. Advances. 2:e1501400. Supplemental (8.2 MB)

91. Evidence from Tm anomalies for non-CI refractory lithophile element proportions in terrestrial planets and achondrites. (1.9 MB)
Barrat J.A., Dauphas N., Gillet P., Bollinger C., Etoubleau J., Bischoff A., Yamaguchi A. (2016). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 176, 1-17. 


90. Spinel-olivine-pyroxene equilibrium iron isotopic fractionation and applications to natural peridotites. (1.4 MB)
Roskosz M., Sio C.K.I., Dauphas N., Bi W., Tissot F.L.H., Hu M.Y., Zhao J., Alp E.E. (2015). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 169, 184-199. 

89. Planetary and meteoritic Mg/Si and δ30Si variations inherited from solar nebula chemistry. (1.1 MB)
Dauphas N., Poitrasson F., Burkhardt C., Kobayashi H., Kurosawa K. (2015). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 427, 236-248. 

88. Uranium isotopic compositions of the crust and ocean: Age corrections, U budget and global extent of modern anoxia. (2.3 MB)
Tissot F.L.H. and Dauphas N. (2015). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 167, 113-143. Supplemental (0.4 MB)

87. Thulium anomalies and rare earth element patterns in meteorites and Earth: Nebular fractionation and the nugget effect. (3.5 MB)
Dauphas N. and Pourmand A. (2015). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 163, 234-261.

86. Correlated strontium and barium isotopic compositions of acid-cleaned single mainstream silicon carbides from murchison. (1.9 MB)
Liu N., Savina M.R., Gallino R., Davis A.M., Bisterzo S., Gyngard F., Käppeler F., Cristallo S., Dauphas N., Pellin M.J., Dillmann I. (2015). Astrophys. J. 803:12, 23pp.

85. Low 60Fe abundance in Sermakona and Sahara 99555. (643 KB)
Tang H., Dauphas N. (2015). Astrophys. J. 802:22, 9pp.

84. Correlated cosmogenic W and Os isotopic variations in Carbo and implications for Hf-W chronology. (1.2 MB)
Qin L.Dauphas N, Horan M.F., Leya I., Carlson R.W. (2015). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 153, 91-104.

83. Reduced partition function ratios of iron and oxygen in goethite. (1.1 MB)
Blanchard M., Dauphas N., Hu M.Y., Roskosz M., Alp E.E., Golden D.C., Sio C.K., Tissot F.L.H., Zhao J., Gao L., Morris R.V., Fornace M., Floris A., Lazzeri M., Balan E. (2015). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 151, 19-33.


82. Radiogenic p-isotopes fromt Type Ia supernova, nuclear physics uncertainties, and galactic chemical evolution compared with values in primitive meteorites. (1.2 MB)
Travaglio C., Gallino R., Rauscher T., Dauphas N., Röpke F.K., Hillebrandt W. (2014). Astrophys. J. 795:141.

81. Calcium-48 isotopic anomalies in bulk chondrites and achondrites: Evidence for a uniform isotopic reservoir in the inner protoplanetary disk. (2.3 MB)
Dauphas N., Chen J.H., Zhang J., Papanastassiou D.A., Davis A.M., Travaglio C. (2014). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 407, 96-108.

80. Triple oxygen isotope variations in sedimentary rocks. (741 KB)
Levin N.E., Raub T.D., Dauphas N., Eiler J.M (2014). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 139, 173-189.

79. Geochemical arguments for an Earth-like Moon-forming impactor. (5.9 MB)
Dauphas N. Burkhardt C., Warren P.H., Teng F-Z. (2014). Phil. Trans/ R. Soc. A 372, 31pp.

78. The 13C-pockets in AGB Stars and Their Fingerprints in Mainstream SiC Grains. (419 KB)
Liu Nan, Davis M.A., Gallino R., Savina R.M., Bisterzo S., Gyngard F., Pellin J.M., Dauphas N.  (2014). Proceedings of Science. (NIC XIII) 083.

77. Ultra-precise titanium stable isotope measurements by double-spike high resolution MC-ICP-MS. (807 KB)
Millet M-A, Dauphas N. (2014). J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 29, 1444-1458.

76. Calcium and titanium isotopic fractionation during evaporation. (1.9 MB)
Zhang J., Huang S., Davis A.M., Dauphas N., Hashimoto A., Jacobsen S.B. (2014). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 140, 365-380.

75. Magma redox and structural controls on iron isotope variations in Earth's mantle and crust. (1.9 MB)
Dauphas N., Roskosz M., Alp E.E., Neuville D.R., Hu M.Y., Sio C.K., Tissot F.L.H., Zhao J., Tissandier L., Médard E., Cordier C. (2014). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 398, 127-140. Supplemental (1.1 MB)

74. Barium isotopic composition of mainstream silicon carbides from Murchison: Constraints for s-process nucleosynthesis in asymptotic giant branch stars. (1.4 MB)
Liu N., Savina M., Davis A.M., Gallino R., Straniero O., Gyngard F., Pellin M.J., Willingham D.G., Dauphas N., Pignatari M., Bisterzo S., Cristallo S. and Herwig F. (2014). Astrophys. J. 786:66.

73. 60Fe-60Ni-chronology of core formation in Mars. (803 KB)
Tang H. and Dauphas N. (2014). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 390, 264-274.

72. Geochemical and Planetary Dynamical Views on the Origin of Earth's Atmosphere and Oceans. (2.1 MB)
Dauphas N. and Morbidelli A. (2014). Treatise on Geochemistry, 2nd Edition, Volume 13 Chapter 6.1, The Atmosphere - History (Canfield, D.E., Farquhar, J., Kasting, J.F, Eds). NB Proof only, Elsevier published an uncorrect version.


71. Coupled molybdenum, iron and uranium as oceanic paleoredox proxies during the Paleoproterozoic Shunga Event. (6.4 MB)
Asael D., Tissot F.L.H., Reinhard C.T., Rouxel O., Dauphas N., Lyons T.W., Ponzevera E., Liourzou C., Chéron S. (2013). Chem. Geol. 362, 193-210.

70. Discerning crystal growth from diffusion profiles in zoned olivine by in situ Mg-Fe isotopic analyses. (3.8 MB)
Sio C.K., Dauphas N., Teng F-Z., Chaussidon M., Helz R.T., Roskosz M. (2013). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 123, 302-321.

69. Teflon-HPLC: A novel chromatographic system for application to isotope geochemistry and other industries. (2.3 MB)
Ireland T.J., Tissot F.L.H., Yokochi R., Dauphas N. (2013). Chem. Geol. 357, 203-214. Supplemental (283 KB)

68. Small planetesimals in a massive disk formed Mars. (680 KB)
Kobayashi H., Dauphas N. (2013). Icarus 225, 122-130.

67. Constraining the astrophysical origin of the p-nuclei through nuclear physics and meteoritic data. (1.2 MB)
Rauscher T, Dauphas N., Dillmann I., Fröhlich C., Fülöp Zs, Gyürky Gy (2013). Rep. Prog. Phys. 76, 066201 (38pp).

66. Abyssal peridotites reveal the near-chondritic Fe isotopic composition of the Earth. (1.5 MB)
Craddock P.R., Warren J.M, Dauphas N. (2013). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 365, 63-76.

65. Iron isotopic systematics of oceanic basalts. (1.3 MB)
Teng F-Z., Dauphas N., Huang S., Marty B. (2013). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 107, 12-26.

64. Moments in nuclear resonant inelastic x-ray scattering and their applications. (319 KB)
Hu M.Y., Toellner T.S., Dauphas N., Alp E.E., Zhwo J. (2013). Physical Review B. 87, 064301.

63. Chemical sedimentary protoliths in the > 3.75 Ga Nuvvuagittuq Supracrustal Belt (Québec, Canada). (4.4 MB)
Mloszewska A.M., Mojzsis S.J., Pecoits E., Papineau D., Dauphas N., Konhauser K.O. (2013). Gondwana Research. 23, 574-594.


62. Abundance, distribution, and origin of 60Fe in the solar protoplanetary disk. (2.2 MB)
Tang H. and Dauphas N. (2012). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 359-360, 248-263.

61. Origin of isotopic heterogeneity in the solar nebula by thermal processing and mixing of nebular dust. (516 KB)
Burkhardt C., Kleine T., Dauphas N., Wieler R. (2012). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 357-358, 298-307. Supplemental (561 KB)

60. Iron, zinc, magnesium and uranium isotopic fractionation during continental crust differentiation: The tale from migmatites, granitoids, and pegmatites. (807 KB)
Telus M.Dauphas N., Moynier F., Tissot F.L.H., Teng F-Z, Nabelek P.I., Craddock P.R., Groat L.A. (2012). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 97. 247-265.

59. Mo and U Geochemistry and Isotopes. (369 KB)
Tissot F.L.H.Dauphas N., Reinhard C.T., Lyons T., Asael D. and Rouxel.O.  (2012). Chapter 7.10.6 In Reading the Archive of Earth's Oxygenation In Reading the Archive of Earth's Oxygenation (Melezhik, V.A. et al., Eds.), Volume 3: Global Events in the Fennoscandian Arctic Russia - Drilling Early Earth Project, 1500-1506.

58. Iron speciation and isotope perspectives on paleoproterozoic water column chemistry. (287 KB)
Reinhard C., Lyons T., Rouxel O., Asael D., Dauphas N., Kump L. (2012). Chapter 7.10.4 In Reading the Archive of Earth's Oxygenation (Melezhik, V.A., Eds.), Volume 3: Global Events in the Fennoscandian Arctic Russia - Drilling Early Earth Project, 1483-1492.

57. Iron isotope fractionation in planetary crusts. (516 KB)
Wang K., Moynier F., Dauphas N., Barrat J.-L., Craddock P., Sio C.K. (2012). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 89, 31-45.

56. A general moment NRIXS approach to the determination of equilibrium Fe isotopic fractionation factors: application to goethite and jarosite. (1.3 MB)
Dauphas N., Roskosz M., Alp E.E., Sio C.K.Tissot F.L.H., Hu M., Zhao J., Gao L., Morris R.V. (2012). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 94, 254-275.

55. Nucleosynthetic W isotope anomalies in acid leachates of the murchison chondrite: Implications for Hf-W chronometry. (463 KB)
Burkhardt C., Kleine T., Dauphas N., Wieler R. (2012). Astrophysical Journal Letters 753:L6, . Erratum (29 KB)

54. The proto-Earth as a significant source of lunar material. (299 KB)
Zhang J., Dauphas N., Davis A.M., Leya I. and Fedkin A.(2012). Nature Geoscience. 5, 251-255.

53. A novel extraction chromatography and MC-ICPMS technique for rapid analysis of REE, Sc and Y: revising CI-chondrite and Post-Archean Australian Shale (PAAS) abundances. (5.8 MB)
Pourmand A., Dauphas N. and Ireland T.J. (2012). Chem. Geol. 291, 38-54.


52. A new method for MC-ICPMS measurement of Ti isotopic composition: identification of correlated isotope anomalies in meteorites. (520 KB)
Zhang J., Dauphas N., Davis A.M. and Pourmand A.(2011). JAAS. 26, 2197-2205.

51. Diffusion-driven magnesium and iron isotope fractionation in Hawaiian olivine. (393 KB)
Teng F.-Z., Dauphas N., Helz R.T., Gao S. and Huang S. (2011). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 308, 317-324.

50. Low pCO2 in the pore water, not in the Archean air. (111 KB)
Dauphas N. and Kasting J.F. (2011). Nature 474, E2-E3.

49. Hf-W-Th evidence for rapid growth of Mars and its status as a planetary embryo. (356 KB)
Dauphas N. and Pourmand A. (2011). Nature 473, 489-493.

48. Iron and carbon isotope evidence for microbial iron respiration throughout the Archean. (1.1 MB)
Craddock P.R. and Dauphas N. (2011). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 303, 121-132.

47. A perspective from extinct radionuclides on a young stellar object: the Sun and its accretion disk. (1.3 MB)
Dauphas N. and Chaussidon M. (2011). Annual Reviews Earth and Planet. Sci. 39, 351-386.

46. Theoretical and experimental investigation of nickel isotopic fractionation in species relevant to modern and ancient oceans. (455 KB)
Fujii T., Moynier F., Dauphas N., Abe M. (2011). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 75, 469-482.


45. Iron isotopic composition of reference materials, geostandards and chondrites. (2.6 MB)
Craddock P.R., Dauphas N. (2010). Geostand. Geoanal. Res. 35, 101-123.

44. Oxygen and iron isotope constraints on near-surface fractionation effects and the composition of lunar mare basalt source regions (1.8 MB)
Liu Y., Spicuzza M.J., Craddock P.R., Day J.M.D., Valley J.W., Dauphas N., Taylor L.A. (2010) Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 74, 6249-6262.

43. Neutron-rich chromium isotope anomalies in supernova nanoparticles (2.5 MB)
Dauphas N., Remusat L., Chen J.H., Roskosz M., Papanastassiou D.A., Stodolna J., Guan Y., Ma C., Eiler J.M. (2010). Astrophys. J. 720, 1577-1591.

42. Magnesium isotopic composition of the Earth and chondrites (696 KB)
Teng F.-Z., Li W.-Y., Ke S., Marty B., Dauphas N., Huang S., Wu F.-Y., Pourmand A. (2010). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 74, 4150-4166.

41. Magnesium and iron isotopes in a 2.7 Ga komatiite flow from Alexo: mantle signatures, no evidence for Soret diffusion, and identification of diffusive transport in zoned olivine (3.6 MB)
Dauphas N., Teng F.-Z., Arndt N. (2010). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 74, 3274-3291 (animated gif) 3.6 MB.

40. Distribution coefficients of 60 elements on TODGA resin: Application to Ca, Lu, Hf, U and Th isotope geochemistry (2 MB)
Pourmand A., Dauphas N. (2010). Talanta 81, 741-753.


39. Resonance ionization mass spectrometry for precise measurements of isotope ratios (774 KB)
Levine J., Savina M.R., Stephan T., Dauphas N., Davis A.M., Knight K.B., Pellin M.J. (2009). Int. J. Mass Spectrom. 288, 36-43.

38. Iron isotopes may reveal the redox conditions of mantle melting from Archean to present (2.8 MB)
Dauphas N., Craddock P.R., Asimow P.D., Bennett V.C., Nutman A.P., Ohnenstetter D. (2009). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 288, 255-267.

37. Routine isotopic analysis of iron by HR-MC-ICPMS: How precise and how accurate? (741 KB)
Dauphas N., Pourmand A., Teng F.-Z. (2009) Chem. Geol. 267, 175-184.

36. Isotopic fractionation of the major elements of molten basalt by chemical and thermal diffusion (877 KB)
Richter F.M., Watson E.B., Mendybaev R., Dauphas N., Georg B., Watkins J., Valley J. (2009). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 73, 4250-4263.

35. A search for 70Zn anomalies in meteorites (283 KB)
Moynier F., Dauphas N., Podosek F.A. (2009). Astrophys. J. Lett. 700, L92-L95.

34. Nucleosynthetic osmium isotope anomalies in acid leachates of the Murchison meteorite (1.3 MB)
Reisberg L., Dauphas N., Luguet A., Pearson D.G., Gallino R., Zimmermann C. (2009). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 277, 334-344.

33. Non-traditional fractionation of non-traditional isotopes: evaporation, chemical diffusion and Soret diffusion (1.6 MB)
Richter F.M., Dauphas N., Teng F.-Z. (2009). Chem. Geol. 258, 92-103.


32. Iron-60 evidence for early injection and efficient mixing of stellar debris in the protosolar nebula (504 KB)
Dauphas N., Cook D.L., Sacarabany A., Frohlich C., Davis A.M., Pourmand A., Rauscher T., Gallino R. (2008). Astrophys. J. 686, 560-569. Erratum.

31. Rapid accretion and differentiation of iron meteorite parent bodies inferred from 182Hf-182W chronomtery and thermal modeling (1.1 MB)
Qin L., Dauphas N., Wadhwa M., Masarik J., Janney P.E. (2008). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 273, 94-104. Supplemental (111 KB)

30. Iron isotope fractionation during magmatic differentiation in Kilauea Iki lava lake (628 KB)
Teng F.-Z., Dauphas N., Helz R.T. (2008). Science 320, 1620-1622.

29. Tungsten nuclear anomalies in planetesimal cores (452 KB)
Qin L., Dauphas N., Wadhwa M., Markowski A., Gallino R., Janney P.E., Bouman C. (2008). Astrophys. J. 674, 1234-1241.


28. Mass-dependent fractionation of nickel isotopes in meteoritic metal (2.7 MB)
Cook D.L., Wadhwa M., Clayton R.N., Dauphas N., Janney P.E., Davis A.M. (2007). Meteoritics Planet. Sci. 42, 2067-2077.

27. Diffusion-driven kinetic isotope effect of Fe and Ni during formation of Widmanstatten pattern (3 MB)
Dauphas N. (2007). Meteoritics Planet. Sci. 42, 1597-1613.

26. Iron isotope, major and trace element characterization of early Archean supracrustal rocks from SW Greenland: protolith identification and metamorphic overprint (4.2 MB)
Dauphas N., van Zuilen M., Busigny V., Lepland A., Wadhwa M., Janney P.E. (2007). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 71, 4745-4770.

25. Analytical developments for high-precision measurements of W isotopes in iron meteorites (124 KB)
Qin L., Dauphas N., Janney P.E., Wadhwa M. (2007). Anal. Chem. 79, 3148-3154.

24. Identification of chemical sedimentary protoliths using iron isotopes in the >3750 Ma Nuvvuagittuq supracrustal belt, Canada (1.4 MB)
Dauphas N., Cates N.L., Mojzsis S.J., Busigny V. (2007). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 254, 358-376.

23. Tracing paleofluid circulations using iron isotopes: A study of hematite and goethite concretions from the Navajo Sandstone (Utah, USA) (732 MB)
Busigny V. and Dauphas N. (2007). Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 254, 272-287.


22. High precision measurements of non-mass-dependent effects in nickel isotopes in meteoritic metal via multicollector ICPMS. (260 KB)
Cook D.L., Wadhwa M., Janney P.E., Dauphas N., Clayton R.N., Davis A.M. (2006). Anal. Chem. 78, 8477-8484.

21. Mass spectrometry and natural variations of iron isotopes. (1.2 MB)
Dauphas N. and Rouxel O. (2006) Mass Spectrom. Rev., 25, 515-550. Erratum 25, 831-832.

20. Meteorites and the chemical evolution of the Milky Way (1.3 MB)
Nittler L.R. and Dauphas N. (2006) in Meteorites and the Early Solar System II (D.S. Lauretta and H.Y. McSween Jr., eds.), Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, pp. 127-146.


19. The U/Th production ratio and the age of the Milky Way from meteorites and galactic halo stars. (368 KB)
Dauphas N. (2005) Nature, 435, 1203-1205.

18. Multiple sources or late injection of short-lived r-nuclides in the early solar system? (132 KB)
Dauphas N. (2005) Nucl. Phys. A, 758, 757c-760c.


17. Clues from iron isotope variations on the origin of early Archaean banded iron formations from Greenland. (236 KB)
Dauphas N., van Zuilen M., Wadhwa M., Davis A.M., Marty B., and Janney P.E. (2004) Science, 306, 2077-2080.

16. Chromatographic separation and MC-ICPMS analysis of iron. Investigating mass-dependent and -independent isotopes effects. (168 KB)
Dauphas N., Janney P.E., Mendybaev R.A., Wadhwa M., Richter F.M., Davis A.M., van Zuilen M., Hines R., and Foley C.N. (2004) Anal. Chem., 76, 5855-5863.

15. The cosmic molybdenum-ruthenium isotope correlation. (376 KB)
Dauphas N., Davis A.M., Marty B., and Reisberg L. (2004) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 226, 465-475.

14. A large secular variation in the nitrogen isotopic composition of the atmosphere since the Archaean? (328 KB)
Dauphas N. and Marty B. (2004) response to a comment by R. Kerrich and Y. Jia. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 225, 441-450.


13. Nitrogen isotopic compositions of the present mantle and the Archean biosphere . (804 KB)
Marty B. and Dauphas N. (2003) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 216, 433-439.

12. Short-lived p-nuclides in the early solar system and implications on the nucleosynthetic role of X-ray binaries. (514 KB)
Dauphas N., Rauscher T., Marty B., and Reisberg L. (2003) Nucl. Phys. A, 719, 287c-295c.

11. The dual origin of the terrestrial atmosphere. (352 KB)
Dauphas N. (2003) Icarus, 165, 326-339.

10. The nitrogen record of crust-mantle interaction and mantle convection from Archean to Present. (804 KB)
Marty B. and Dauphas N. (2003) response to a comment by Pierre Cartigny and Magali Ader. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 206, 397-410.


9. Formation and early evolution of the atmosphere. (2.6 MB)
Marty B. and Dauphas N. (2002) In The Early Earth: Physical, Chemical and Biological Development (Fowler C.M.R., Ebinger C.J., and Hawkesworth C.J., eds), Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 199, 213-229.

8. Inference on the nature and the mass of Earth's late veneer from noble metals and gases. (132 KB)
Dauphas N. and Marty B. (2002) J. Geophys. Res., 107 (E12), 5129, doi: 10.1029/2001JE001617.

7. An alternative explanation for the distribution of highly siderophile elements in the Earth. (68 KB)
Dauphas N., Reisberg L., and Marty B. (2002) Geochem. J., 36, 409-419.

6. Inference on terrestrial genesis from molybdenum isotope systematics. (108 KB)
Dauphas N., Marty B., and Reisberg L. (2002) Geophys. Res. Lett., 29 (6), 1084, doi: 10.1029/2001GL014237.

5. Molybdenum nucleosynthetic dichotomy revealed in primitive meteorites. (60 KB)
Dauphas N., Marty B., and Reisberg L. (2002) Astrophys. J. Lett., 569, L139-L142.

4. Molybdenum evidence for inherited planetary scale isotope heterogeneity of the protosolar nebula. (116 KB)
Dauphas N., Marty B., and Reisberg L. (2002) Astrophys. J. 565, 640-644.


3. Solvent extraction, ion chromatography, and mass spectrometry of molybdenum isotopes. (48 KB)
Dauphas N., Reisberg L., and Marty B. (2001) Analytical Chemistry 73, 2613-2616.


2. The late asteroidal and cometary bombardment of Earth as recorded in water deuterium to protium ratio. (56 KB)
Dauphas N., Robert F., and Marty B. (2000) Icarus 148, 508-512.


1. Heavy nitrogen in carbonatites of the Kola peninsula: a possible signature of the deep mantle. (116 KB)
Dauphas N. and Marty B. (1999) Science 286, 2488-2490.