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OCEAN WATER, NUTRIENTS AND ATMOSPHERIC OXYGENHOLLAND HD.1973; IN: SYMP. HYDROGEOCHEM. BIOGEOCHEM. PROC. TOKYO, 1970; WASHINGTON CLARKE ; 1973, P. 68 A 81Miscellaneous

PHYSIKOCHEMISCHE GRUNDLAGEN DER BILDUNG MAGMATOGENER LAGERSTAETTEN (FONDEMENTS PHYSICO-CHIMIQUES DE LA FORMATION DES DEPOTS MAGMATOGENETIQUES).HOLLAND HD.1969; BER. DTSCH. GESELLSCH. GEOL. WISSENSCH., B; DDR; 1969, VOL. 14, NUM. 0002, P. 107 A 127Miscellaneous

THE CO2-HCO3--CO32- SYSTEM THROUGH GEOLOGIC TIME AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EVOLUTION OF THE ATMOSPHERE.HOLLAND HD.1978; PURE APPL. GEOPHYS.; SWITZ.; DA. 1978; VOL. 116; NO 2-3; PP. 232-233; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

GRANITES, SOLUTIONS, AND BASE METAL DEPOSITS.HOLLAND HD.1972; ECON. GEOL.; USA; 1972, VOL. 67, NUM. 0003, P. 281 A 301Miscellaneous

THE EVOLUTION OF SEAWATER.HOLLAND HD.1976; IN: EARLY HIST. EARTH. PROC. NATO ADV. STUD. INST.; LEICESTER; 1975; LONDON; JOHN WILEY; DA. 1976; PP. 559-567; BIBL. 1 P.; 7 ILL.Conference Paper

THE ABUNDANCE OF CO2 IN THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE THROUGH GEOLOGIC TIME.HOLLAND HD.1968; INTERNATION. SER. MONOGR. EARTH SCI; GBR; 1968, VOL. 30, P. 949 A 954Miscellaneous

CHEMISTRY OF THE REPLACEMENT OF LIMESTONE BY SPHALERITE AT TEMPERATURES UP TO 250 DEGRES C.HOLLAND HD.1967; TRANS. INST. MING METALLURGY, B; GBR; 1967(11), VOL. 76, NUM. 0732Miscellaneous

GANGUE MINERALS IN HYDROTHERMAL DEPOSITS.HOLLAND HD.1967; GEOCHEMISTRY.OF.HYDROTHERMAL.ORE.DEPOSITS-H.L.BARNES-PENNSYLVANIA.STAE S.UNIV.; 1967, P. 382 A 436Miscellaneous

THE ROLE OF THE ATMOSPHERE AND THE HYDROSPHERE IN CRUSTAL EVOLUTION = LE ROLE DE L'ATMOSPHERE ET DE L'HYDROSPHERE DANS L'EVOLUTION CRUSTALEHOLLAND HD.1981; PHILOS. TRANS. R. SOC. LOND. SER. A. MATH. PHYS. SCI.; ISSN 0080-4614; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 301; NO 1461; PP. 375-380; BIBL. 17 REF.Conference Paper

SYSTEMATICS OF THE ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF SULFUR IN THE OCEANS DURING THE PHANEROZOIC AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR ATMOSPHERIC OXYGEN.HOLLAND HD.1972; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; 1972, VOL. 4, NUM. 0007, P. 541Serial Issue

THE GEOLOGIC HISTORY OF SEA WATER, AN ATTEMPT TO SOLVE THE PROBLEMHOLLAND HD.1972; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; G.B.; 1972, VOL. 36, NUM. 0006, P. 637 A 651Serial Issue

MARINE EVAPORITES AND THE COMPOSITION OF SEA WATER DURING THE PHANEROZOIC.HOLLAND HD.sdSOC. ECON. PALEONTOLOGISTS MINERALOGISTS, SPEC. PUBL.; U.S.A.; (STUD. PALEO-OCEANOGR. SYMP.; TULSA, OKLA.; 1974),1974, NUM. 0020, P. 187 A 192Miscellaneous

THE CO-PRECIPITATION OF CATIONS WITH CACO3-4. THE CO-PRECIPITATION OF SR2+ WITH ARAGONITE BETWEEN 16 DEGREES AND 96 DEGREES C.KINSMAN DJJ; HOLLAND HD.1969; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; GBR; 1969(1), VOL. 33, NUM. 0001, P. 1 A 17Miscellaneous

MATHEMATICAL ASPECTS OF NON-STEADY-STATE DIAGENESIS.LASAGA AC; HOLLAND HD.1976; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; G.B.; 1976, VOL. 40, NUM. 0003, P. 257 A 266Serial Issue

COMPOSITION OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS IN EQUILIBRIUM WITH SULFIDES AND OXYDES OF IRON AT 350 DEGRES C.RAYMAHASHAY BC; HOLLAND HD.1968; SCIENCE; USA; 1968(11), VOL. 162, NUM. 3856, P. 895 A 896Miscellaneous

ELEMENT DISPERSION, ELEMENT CONCENTRATION, AND ORE DEPOSITS = DISPERSION, CONCENTRATION DES IONS ET GITOLOGIEHOLLAND HD; PETERSEN U.1979; ANN. SOC. GEOL. BELG.; ISSN 0037-9395; BEL; DA. 1979 PUBL. 1980; VOL. 102; NO 2; PP. 407-415; BIBL. 1 P.; ILL.Article

THE SOLUBILITY OF FLUORITE IN HYDROTHERMAL SOLUTIONS, AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDYRICHARDSON CK; HOLLAND HD.1979; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 43; NO 8; PP. 1313-1325; BIBL. 42 REF.; 7 ILL.Article

CHEMICAL EXCHANGE DURING HYDROTHERMAL ALTERATION OF BASALT BY SEAWATER. I. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS FOR MAJOR AND MINOR COMPONENTS OF SEAWATERMOTTL MJ; HOLLAND HD.1978; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 42; NO 8; PP. 1103-1115; BIBL. 2 P.; 8 ILL.Article

STABILITY RELATIONS IN THE SYSTEM MGO-SIO2-H2O-HC1 AT 500 DEGREES C AND 1 KB.POTY BP; HOLLAND HD.1970; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; 1970(10), VOL. 2, NUM. 0007, P. 655Miscellaneous

FLUORITE DEPOSITION IN HYDROTHERMAL SYSTEMSRICHARDSON CK; HOLLAND HD.1979; GEOCHIM. COSMOCHIM. ACTA; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 43; NO 8; PP. 1327-1335; BIBL. 35 REF.Article

FLUORIDE COMPLEXING AND FLUORITE DEPOSITS.RICHARDSON CK; HOLLAND HD.1976; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 8; NO 6; PP. 1068-1069Conference Paper

REDOX REACTIONS ACCOMPANYING HYDROTHERMAL WALL ROCK ALTERATION.RAYMAHASHAY BC; HOLLAND HD.1969; ECON. GEOL.; USA; 1969(5), VOL. 64, NUM. 0003, P. 291 A 305Miscellaneous

CHEMISTRY AND ORIGIN OF HYDROTHERMAL FLUIDS AT THE BLUEBELL MINE, BRITISH COLUMBIA (ABSTRACT).OHMOTO H; BORCSIK M; HOLLAND HD et al.1969; GEOL. SOC. AMER., ABSTR. PROGRAMS; USA; 1969(11), NUM. 007Miscellaneous

COMPOSITION OF AN AQUEOUS PHASE IN EQUILIBRIUM WITH MELTS OF GRANITIC COMPOSITION.GAMMON JB; HOLLAND HD; BORCSIK M et al.1967; TRANS. INST. MING METALLURGY, B; GBR; 1967(11), VOL. 76, NUM. 0732, P. 222 A 223Miscellaneous

CHLORINE IN INTRUSIVES - A POSSIBLE PROSPECTING TOOL.STOLLERY G; BORCSIK M; HOLLAND HD et al.1971; ECON. GEOL.; USA; 1971(5), VOL. 66, NUM. 0003, P. 361 A 367Miscellaneous

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