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BEKAERT

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David Bekaert


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Thesis subject : Sujet de thèse : Effets isotopiques sur les éléments volatiles dans les disques d’accrétion Direction : Bernard MARTY

Publications

2018

Bekaert, D. V., Avice, G., & Marty, B. (2018). Origin and significance of cosmogenic signatures in vesicles of lunar basalt 15016. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, , 1–14.
Bekaert, D. V., Broadley, M. W., Delarue, F., Avice, G., Robert, F., & Marty, B. (2018). Archean kerogen as a new tracer of atmospheric evolution: Implications for dating the widespread nature of early life. Science Advances, 4(2), 1–8.

2017

Avice, G., Bekaert, D. V., Chennaoui Aoudjehane, H., & Marty, B. (2017). Noble gases and nitrogen in Tissint reveal the composition of the Mars atmosphere. Geochemical Perspectives Letters, 6, 11–16.
Marrocchi, Y., Bekaert, D. V., & Piani, L. (2017). Origin and abundance of water in carbonaceous asteroids. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 482, 23–32.
Marty, B., Altweg, K., Balsigern H., Bar-Nun, A., Bekaert, D. V., Berthelier, J. J., et al. (2017). Xenon isotopes in 67P/Churyumov- Gerasimenko show that comets contributed to Earth's atmosphere. Science, (356), 1069–1072.

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