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Mycogenic biomineral
Smectite, variety nontronite with bacteria
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Open Access Content in Clay Minerals



December 2016

Palaeoclimatic implications of high-resolution clay mineral assemblages preceding and across the onset of the Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, North Sea Basin. 
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May 2016

Clays in natural and engineered barriers for radioactive waste confinement

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August 2015

7th Mid European Clay Conference, Dresden, Germany, September 2014: Overview of the Clay Mineralogical Studies

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April 2014

'Clay and carbonate facies and their diagenetic pathways in reservoir rocks’ now published 

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September 2013

On the mechanism of exfoliation of ‘Vermiculite’
S. Hillier; E. M. M. Marwa; C. M. Rice

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June 2013 

A review of microbial redox interactions with structural Fe in clay minerals
Pentráková, L.; Su, K.; Pentrák, M.; Stucki, J. W. 

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May 2013

Clays in natural and engineered barriers for radioactive waste confinement 

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George Brown Lectures

March 2000

Mineral diagenesis and reservoir quality – the way forward 

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