Glen Snyder
Glen Snyder
Research Scientist, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo
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Exploring deep microbial life in coal-bearing sediment down to~ 2.5 km below the ocean floor
F Inagaki, KU Hinrichs, Y Kubo, MW Bowles, VB Heuer, WL Hong, ...
Science 349 (6246), 420-424, 2015
Dating of pore waters with 129I: relevance for the origin of marine gas hydrates
U Fehn, G Snyder, PK Egeberg
Science 289 (5488), 2332-2335, 2000
Pore water profiles and authigenic mineralization in shallow marine sediments above the methane-charged system on Umitaka Spur, Japan Sea
GT Snyder, A Hiruta, R Matsumoto, GR Dickens, H Tomaru, R Takeuchi, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 54 (11-13), 1216-1239, 2007
Global distribution and long‐term fate of anthropogenic 129I in marine and surface water reservoirs
G Snyder, A Aldahan, G Possnert
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 11 (4), 2010
Pore water sulfate, alkalinity, and carbon isotope profiles in shallow sediment above marine gas hydrate systems: A numerical modeling perspective
S Chatterjee, GR Dickens, G Bhatnagar, WG Chapman, B Dugan, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B9), 2011
The initial 129I/I ratio and the presence of ‘old’iodine in continental margins
U Fehn, JE Moran, GT Snyder, Y Muramatsu
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 2007
Regional variations in volatile composition: Isotopic evidence for carbonate recycling in the Central American volcanic arc
G Snyder, R Poreda, A Hunt, U Fehn
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 2 (10), 2001
Halogen geochemistry of the McMurdo Dry Valleys lakes, Antarctica: clues to the origin of solutes and lake evolution
WB Lyons, KA Welch, G Snyder, J Olesik, EY Graham, GM Marion, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (2), 305-323, 2005
Sources of nitrogen and methane in Central American geothermal settings: Noble gas and 129I evidence for crustal and magmatic volatile components
G Snyder, R Poreda, U Fehn, A Hunt
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 4 (1), 1-28, 2003
Origin of iodine in volcanic fluids: 129I results from the Central American Volcanic Arc
GT Snyder, U Fehn
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 66 (21), 3827-3838, 2002
Iodine as a tracer of organic material: 129I results from gas hydrate systems and fore arc fluids
U Fehn, GT Snyder, Y Muramatsu
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 95 (1-3), 66-80, 2007
Geochemical constraints for the formation and dissociation of gas hydrate in an area of high methane flux, eastern margin of the Japan Sea
A Hiruta, GT Snyder, H Tomaru, R Matsumoto
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 279 (3-4), 326-339, 2009
Global distribution of 129I in rivers and lakes: implications for iodine cycling in surface reservoirs
G Snyder, U Fehn
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam …, 2004
Barium cycling in shallow sediment above active mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Mexico
DG Castellini, GR Dickens, GT Snyder, CD Ruppel
Chemical Geology 226 (1-2), 1-30, 2006
Origin and history of waters associated with coalbed methane: 129I, 36Cl, and stable isotope results from the Fruitland Formation, CO and NM
GT Snyder, C Walter, S Franks, U Fehn, WL Pelzmann, AW Gorody, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 67 (23), 4529-4544, 2003
Origin and age of pore waters in an actively venting gas hydrate field near Sado Island, Japan Sea: Interpretation of halogen and 129I distributions
H Tomaru, Z Lu, GT Snyder, U Fehn, A Hiruta, R Matsumoto
Chemical Geology 236 (3-4), 350-366, 2007
Iodine dating of pore waters associated with gas hydrates in the Nankai area, Japan
U Fehn, GT Snyder, R Matsumoto, Y Muramatsu, H Tomaru
Geology 31 (6), 521-524, 2003
Formation and collapse of gas hydrate deposits in high methane flux area of the Joetsu Basin, eastern margin of Japan Sea
R Matsumoto, Y Okuda, A Hiruta, H Tomaru, E Takeuchi, R Sanno, ...
Journal of Geography-Chigaku Zasshi 118 (1), 43-71, 2009
Labile barite contents and dissolved barium concentrations on Blake Ridge: New perspectives on barium cycling above gas hydrate systems
GT Snyder, GR Dickens, DG Castellini
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 95 (1-3), 48-65, 2007
Climate change and tectonic uplift triggered the formation of the Atacama Desert’s giant nitrate deposits
A Pérez-Fodich, M Reich, F Álvarez, GT Snyder, R Schoenberg, G Vargas, ...
Geology 42 (3), 251-254, 2014
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