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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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