Susan H. Little
Susan H. Little
Department of Earth Sciences, University College London
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The GEOTRACES intermediate data product 2017
R Schlitzer, RF Anderson, EM Dodas, M Lohan, W Geibert, A Tagliabue, ...
Chemical Geology 493, 210-223, 2018
The oceanic mass balance of copper and zinc isotopes, investigated by analysis of their inputs, and outputs to ferromanganese oxide sediments
SH Little, D Vance, C Walker-Brown, WM Landing
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 125, 673-693, 2014
Controls on trace metal authigenic enrichment in reducing sediments: insights from modern oxygen-deficient settings
SH Little, D Vance, TW Lyons, J McManus
American Journal of Science 315 (2), 77-119, 2015
A modern framework for the interpretation of 238U/235U in studies of ancient ocean redox
MB Andersen, S Romaniello, D Vance, SH Little, R Herdman, TW Lyons
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 400, 184-194, 2014
Key role of continental margin sediments in the oceanic mass balance of Zn and Zn isotopes
SH Little, D Vance, J McManus, S Severmann
Geology 44 (3), 207-210, 2016
Neodymium in the oceans: a global database, a regional comparison and implications for palaeoceanographic research
T van de Flierdt, AM Griffiths, M Lambelet, SH Little, T Stichel, DJ Wilson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2016
The oceanic budgets of nickel and zinc isotopes: the importance of sulfidic environments as illustrated by the Black Sea
D Vance, SH Little, C Archer, V Cameron, MB Andersen, MJA Rijkenberg, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2016
Silicon and zinc biogeochemical cycles coupled through the Southern Ocean
D Vance, SH Little, GF de Souza, S Khatiwala, MC Lohan, R Middag
Nature Geoscience 10 (3), 202-206, 2017
Molecular controls on Cu and Zn isotopic fractionation in Fe–Mn crusts
SH Little, DM Sherman, D Vance, JR Hein
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 396, 213-222, 2014
Copper isotope signatures in modern marine sediments
SH Little, D Vance, J McManus, S Severmann, TW Lyons
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 212, 253-273, 2017
Paired dissolved and particulate phase Cu isotope distributions in the South Atlantic
SH Little, C Archer, A Milne, C Schlosser, EP Achterberg, MC Lohan, ...
Chemical Geology 502, 29-43, 2018
A modeling assessment of the role of reversible scavenging in controlling oceanic dissolved Cu and Zn distributions
SH Little, D Vance, M Siddall, E Gasson
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 27 (3), 780-791, 2013
Cu and Zn isotope fractionation during extreme chemical weathering
SH Little, S Munson, J Prytulak, BJ Coles, SJ Hammond, M Widdowson
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 263, 85-107, 2019
A global assessment of copper, zinc, and lead isotopes in mineral dust sources and aerosols
NJ Schleicher, S Dong, H Packman, SH Little, R Ochoa Gonzalez, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 8, 167, 2020
Bioactive trace metals and their isotopes as paleoproductivity proxies: An assessment using GEOTRACES‐era data
TJ Horner, SH Little, TM Conway, JR Farmer, JE Hertzberg, DJ Janssen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 35 (11), e2020GB006814, 2021
Towards balancing the oceanic Ni budget
SH Little, C Archer, J McManus, J Najorka, AV Wegorzewski, D Vance
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 547, 116461, 2020
Replacement times of a spectrum of elements in the North Atlantic based on thorium supply
CT Hayes, RF Anderson, H Cheng, TM Conway, RL Edwards, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 32 (9), 1294-1311, 2018
On the origin of the marine zinc–silicon correlation
GF de Souza, SP Khatiwala, MP Hain, SH Little, D Vance
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 492, 22-34, 2018
Thallium concentration and thallium isotope composition of lateritic terrains
S Howarth, J Prytulak, SH Little, SJ Hammond, M Widdowson
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 239, 446-462, 2018
The geochemical behavior of Cu and its isotopes in the Yangtze River
Q Wang, L Zhou, SH Little, J Liu, L Feng, S Tong
Science of the Total Environment 728, 138428, 2020
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