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2020

  • Kommescher, S., Fonseca, R.O., Kurzweil, F., Thiemens, M.M., Münker, C., Sprung, P. (2020): Unravelling lunar mantle source processes via the Ti isotope composition of lunar basalts. Geochemical Perspectives Letters 13: 13–18.
  • Kurzweil, F., Muenker, C., Hoffmann, J.E., Tusch, J., Schoenberg, R. (2020): Stable W isotope evidence for redistribution of homogeneous W-182 anomalies in SW Greenland. Geochemical Perspectives Letters 14: 53–57

2019

  • Kurzweil, F., Münker, C., Grupp, M., Braukmüller, N., Fechtner, L., Christian, M. Hohl, S.V., Schoenberg, R. (2019): The stable tungsten isotope composition of modern igneous reservoirs. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 251: 176-191.

2018

  • Kurzweil, F., Münker, C., Tusch, J., Schoenberg, R. (2018): Accurate stable tungsten isotope measurements of natural samples using a 180W-183W double-spike. Chemical Geology 476: 407-417.

(-2016)

  • Kurzweil F, Wille M, Gantert N, Beukes NJ, Schoenberg R (2016): Manganese oxide shuttling in pre-GOE oceans – evidence from molybdenum and iron isotopes. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 452, 69-78.
  • Kurzweil F, Drost K, Pašava J, Wille M, Taubald H, Schoeckle D, Schoenberg R (2015): Coupled sulfur, iron and molybdenum isotope data from black shales of the Teplá-Barrandian unit argue against deep ocean oxygenation during the Ediacaran. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 171, 121-142. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2015.08.022
  • Kurzweil F, Wille M, Schoenberg R, Taubald H, van Kranendonk MJ (2015): Continuously increasing δ98Mo values in Neoarchean black shales and iron formations from the Hamersley Basin. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 164, 523-542. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2015.05.009
  •  Kurzweil F, Claire M, Thomazo C, Peters M, Hannington M, Strauss H (2013): Atmospheric sulfur rearrangement 2.7 billion years ago: evidence for oxygenic photosynthesis. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 366, 17-26.
  •  Kurzweil F, Gutjahr M, Vance D, Keigwin L (2010): Authigenic Pb isotopes from the Laurentian Fan: Changes in chemical weathering and patterns of North American freshwater runoff during the last deglaciation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 299(3-4), 458-465.