Oxidation of organics under hydrothermal conditions: Implications for the evolution of methane on Mars

Record Type

  • Proceedings

Full Title

  • Oxidation of organics under hydrothermal conditions: Implications for the evolution of methane on Mars

Author(s)

  • Foustoukos D, Stern J

Publication Title

Publication Title (abbreviated)

  • GEOCHIM COSMOCHIM ACTA

Publication Date

  • 2010 Jan

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.gca.2010.04.031

ISSN

  • 0016-7037

Volume

  • 74

Issue

  • 12, Supplement 1

Page Count

  • 1

First Page

  • A302

Conference Name

Conference Date

  • June 13-18, 2010

Conference Location

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Citation

  • Foustoukos D, Stern J. Oxidation of organics under hydrothermal conditions: Implications for the evolution of methane on Mars. In: GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA. Goldschmidt 2010: Earth, Energy, and the Environment; 2010. p. A302.

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