James Day
James Day
Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
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Zinc isotopic evidence for the origin of the Moon
RC Paniello, JMD Day, F Moynier
Nature 490 (7420), 376-379, 2012
Stochastic late accretion to Earth, the Moon, and Mars
WF Bottke, RJ Walker, JMD Day, D Nesvorny, L Elkins-Tanton
science 330 (6010), 1527-1530, 2010
Anomalous sulphur isotopes in plume lavas reveal deep mantle storage of Archaean crust
RA Cabral, MG Jackson, EF Rose-Koga, KT Koga, MJ Whitehouse, ...
Nature 496 (7446), 490-493, 2013
Highly siderophile element constraints on accretion and differentiation of the Earth-Moon system
JMD Day, DG Pearson, LA Taylor
Science 315 (5809), 217-219, 2007
Tungsten-182 heterogeneity in modern ocean island basalts
A Mundl, M Touboul, MG Jackson, JMD Day, MD Kurz, V Lekic, RT Helz, ...
Science 356 (6333), 66-69, 2017
Evidence for distinct proportions of subducted oceanic crust and lithosphere in HIMU-type mantle beneath El Hierro and La Palma, Canary Islands
JMD Day, DG Pearson, CG Macpherson, D Lowry, JC Carracedo
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (22), 6565-6589, 2010
Petrogenesis of olivine-phyric shergottite Larkman Nunatak 06319: Implications for enriched components in martian basalts
AB Sarbadhikari, JMD Day, Y Liu, D Rumble III, LA Taylor
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (7), 2190-2214, 2009
Oxygen isotope constraints on the origin and differentiation of the Moon
MJ Spicuzza, JMD Day, LA Taylor, JW Valley
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 253 (1-2), 254-265, 2007
Highly siderophile elements in Earth, Mars, the Moon, and asteroids
JMD Day, AD Brandon, RJ Walker
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 81 (1), 161-238, 2016
Hotspot volcanism and highly siderophile elements
Chemical Geology 341, 50-74, 2013
Petrology and chemistry of MIL 03346 and its significance in understanding the petrogenesis of nakhlites on Mars
JMD Day, LA Taylor, C Floss, HY Mcsween Jr
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 41 (4), 581-606, 2006
Evolution of the martian mantle inferred from the 187Re–187Os isotope and highly siderophile element abundance systematics of shergottite meteorites
AD Brandon, IS Puchtel, RJ Walker, JMD Day, AJ Irving, LA Taylor
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 76, 206-235, 2012
Pyroxenite-rich mantle formed by recycled oceanic lithosphere: Oxygen-osmium isotope evidence from Canary Island lavas
JMD Day, DG Pearson, CG Macpherson, D Lowry, JC Carracedo
Geology 37 (6), 555-558, 2009
Extensive volatile loss during formation and differentiation of the Moon
C Kato, F Moynier, MC Valdes, JK Dhaliwal, JMD Day
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-4, 2015
Evaporative fractionation of volatile stable isotopes and their bearing on the origin of the Moon
JMD Day, F Moynier
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2014
Late accretion as a natural consequence of planetary growth
JMD Day, RJ Walker, L Qin, D Rumble III
Nature Geoscience 5 (9), 614-617, 2012
High-3He/4He, depleted mantle and low-δ18O, recycled oceanic lithosphere in the source of central Iceland magmatism
CG Macpherson, DR Hilton, JMD Day, D Lowry, K Grönvold
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 233 (3-4), 411-427, 2005
Highly siderophile element depletion in the Moon
JMD Day, RJ Walker
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 423, 114-124, 2015
Planetary-scale strontium isotopic heterogeneity and the age of volatile depletion of early Solar System materials
F Moynier, JMD Day, W Okui, T Yokoyama, A Bouvier, RJ Walker, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 758 (1), 45, 2012
Osmium isotope and highly siderophile element systematics of the lunar crust
JMD Day, RJ Walker, OB James, IS Puchtel
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 289 (3-4), 595-605, 2010
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