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CATIONS AND SILICA IN NATURAL WATERS: CONTROL BY SILICATE MINERALS.BRICKER OP.1968; PUBL.ASSOC.INTERN.HYDROL.SCI.; 1968, NUM. 0078, P. 110 A 119Miscellaneous

MINERAL EQUILIBRIA - DISEQUILIBRIA AND REACTION RATES IN NATURE.BRICKER OP.1970; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; 1970(10), VOL. 2, NUM. 0007, P. 502Miscellaneous

GEOCHEMISTRY OF WATER.BRICKER OP.1971; IN: U.S. NATL REP., 1967-1971, 5TH GEN. ASSEM. INT. UNION GEOD. GEOPHYS. MOSCOW, U.S.S.R., 1971.; 1971, P. 302 A 305Miscellaneous

STABILITY CONSTANTS AND GIBBS FREE ENERGIES OF FORMATION OF MAGADIITE AND KENYAITE.BRICKER OP.1969; AMER.MINERALOGIST.; 1969(8), VOL. 54, P. 1026 A 1033Miscellaneous

SEDIMENT-WATER EXCHANGE IN CHESAPEAKE BAY.BRICKER OP.sdIN: ESTUARINE RES.; NEW YORK ACAD. PRESS,1975, VOL. 1, P. 3 A 27Book

SOME ASPECTS OF THE SEDIMENTARY AND DIAGENETIC ENVIRONMENT OF PROTEROZOIC BANDED IRON-FORMATION.KLEIN C; BRICKER OP.1977; ECON. GEOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 72; NO 8; PP. 1457-1470; BIBL. 1 P.; 11 ILL.Article

PROCESSES AFFECTING THE TRANSPORT OF MATERIALS FROM CONTINENTS TO OCEANS.TROUP BN; BRICKER OP.sdIN: MAR. CHEM. COASTAL ENV. SPEC. SYMP. SPONSORED BY MIDDLE ATL. REG., 169TH MEET. AM. CHEM. SOC.; PHILADELPHIA; 1975; WASHINGTON AM. CHEM. SOC.,1975, P. 133 A 151Miscellaneous

PROCESSES AFFECTING THE TRANSPORT OF MATERIALS FROM CONTINENTS TO OCEANS.TROUP BN; BRICKER OP.1975; A.C.S. SYMP. SER.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 18; PP. 133-151; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2; 16 ILL.; (MAR. CHEM. COASTAL ENVIRON. SPEC. SYMP. 169TH MEET. AM. CHEM. SOC.; PHILADELPHIA, PA.; 1975)Conference Paper

LOW TEMPERATURE ALTERATION PROCESSES AFFECTING ULTRAMAFIC BODIES.NESBITT HW; BRICKER OP.1978; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; G.B.; DA. 1978; VOL. 42; NO 4; PP. 403-409; BIBL. 1 P.; 4 ILL.Article

MINERAL-WATER INTERACTION DURING THE CHEMICAL WEATHERING OF SILICATESBRICKER OP; GODFREY AE; CLEAVES ET et al.1968; ADV. CHEM. SER.; USA; 1968, NUM. 0073, P. 128 A 142Miscellaneous

THE STABILITY OF TALCBRICKER OP; NESBITT HW; GUNTER WD et al.1973; AMER. MINERALOGIST; U.S.A. ; 1973, VOL. 58, NUM. 0001-0002, P. 64 A 72Serial Issue

PHOSPHATE IN INTERSTITIAL WATERS OF ANOXIC SEDIMENTS: OXIDATION EFFECTS DURING SAMPLING PROCEDUREBRAY JT; BRICKER OP; TROUP BN et al.1973; SCIENCE; U.S.A. ; 1973, VOL. 180, NUM. 4093, P. 1362 A 1364Serial Issue

RATES OF DISSOLUTION OF ALUMINOSILICATES IN SEAWATER.LERMAN A; MACKENZIE FT; BRICKER OP et al.1975; EARTH PLANET. SCI. LETTERS; NLD; 1975, VOL. 25, NUM. 0001, P. 82 A 88Serial Issue

OXIDATION EFFECT ON THE ANALYSIS OF IRON IN THE INTERSTITIAL WATER OF RECENT ANOXIC SEDIMENTS.TROUP BN; BRICKER OP; BRAY JT et al.1974; NATURE; G.B.; 1974, VOL. 249, NUM. 5454, P. 237 A 239Serial Issue

EXPERIMENTAL PRECIPITATION AND GENESIS OF SEPIOLITE AT EARTH-SURFACE CONDITIONS.WOLLAST R; MACKENZIE FT; BRICKER OP et al.1968; AMER.MINERALOGIST.; 1968(10), VOL. 53, P. 1645 A 1662Miscellaneous

SOME ASPECTS OF THE SEDIMENTARY AND DIAGENETIC ENVIRONMENT OF PROTEROZOIC BANDED IRON-FORMATIONS: DISCUSSION AND REPLYFROST BR; KLEIN C; BRICKER OP et al.1978; ECON. GEOL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 73; NO 7; PP. 1369-1373; BIBL. 18 REF.; 2 ILL.Article

A MODEL FOR THE CONTROL OF DISSOLVED MANGANESE IN THE INTERSTITIAL WATERS OF CHESAPEAKE BAY.HOLDREN GR JR; BRICKER OP; MATISOFF G et al.sdIN: MAR. CHEM. COASTAL ENV. SPEC. SYMP. SPONSORED BY MIDDLE ATL. REG., 169TH MEET. AM. CHEM. SOC.; PHILADELPHIA; 1975; WASHINGTON AM. CHEM. SOC.,1975, P. 364 A 381Miscellaneous

SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE OCCURRENCE AND STABILITY OF LITHIOPHORITE.BRICKER OP; VALARELLI JV; HYPOLITO R et al.sdIN: 25. INT. GEOL. CONGR. ABS.; SYDNEY; 1976; CANBERRA; PRINT. UNION OFFSET; DA. S.D.; VOL. 3; PP. 762Conference Paper

EXPERIMENTAL PRECIPITATION AND GENESIS OF SEPIOLITE AT EARTH-SURFACE CONDITIONS.(ABSTRACT).MACKENSIE FT; WOLLAST R; BRICKER OP et al.1968; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; 1968Miscellaneous

MANGANESE DEPOSITS OF THE MARAU DISTRICT, BAHIA, BRAZIL.VALARELLI JV; GONCALVES E; BRICKER OP et al.sdIN: 25. INT. GEOL. CONGR. ABS.; SYDNEY; 1976; CANBERRA; PRINT. UNION OFFSET; DA. S.D.; VOL. 3; PP. 798Conference Paper

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN THE INTERSTITIAL WATER CHEMISTRY OF CHESAPEAKE BAY SEDIMENTS.MATISOFF G; BRICKER OP III; HOLDREN GR JR et al.sdA.C.S. SYMP. SER.; U.S.A.; (MAR. CHEM. COASTAL ENVIRON. SPEC. SYMP. 169TH MEET. AM. CHEM. SOC.; PHILADELPHIA, PA.; 1975),1975, VOL. 18, P. 343 A 363Miscellaneous

SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN THE INTERSTITIAL WATER CHEMISTRY OF CHESAPEAKE BAY SEDIMENTS.MATISOFF G; BRICKER OP; HOLDREN GR JR et al.sdIN: MAR. CHEM. COASTAL ENV. SPEC. SYMP. SPONSORED BY MIDDLE ATL. REG., 169TH MEET. AM. CHEM. SOC.; PHILADELPHIA; 1975; WASHINGTON AM. CHEM. SOC.,1975, P. 343 A 363Miscellaneous

HYDROGEOCHEMISTRY OF BERMUDA: A CASE HISTORY OF GROUND-WATER DIAGENESIS OF BIOCALCARENITES.PLUMMER LN; VACHER HL; MACKENZIE FT et al.1976; GEOL. SOC. AMER., BULL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 87; NO 9; PP. 1301-1316; BIBL. 1 P.; 17 ILL.; 33 ANAL.Article

LIMESTONES AND RED SOILS OF BERMUDA : DISCUSSION AND REPLY.BRICKER OP; MACKENZIE FT; BLACKBURN G et al.1970; GEOL. SOC. AMER., BULL.; USA; 1970(8), VOL. 81, NUM. 0008, P. 2523 A 2526Miscellaneous

REACTOR-RELEASED RADIONUCLIDES IN SUSQUEHANNA RIVER SEDIMENTS = RADIONUCLIDES PROVENANT DE REACTEURS DANS LES SEDIMENTS DE LA RIVIERE SUSQUEHANNAOLSEN CR; LARSEN IL; CUTSHALL NH et al.1981; NATURE (LOND.); ISSN 0028-0836; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 294; NO 5838; PP. 242-245; BIBL. 16 REF.; ILL./TABL.Article

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