Books, Original Papers & Review Papers- KAKEGAWA Takshi -
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[1999]
81.[O] Sulfur isotope evidence for the origin of 3.4 and 3.1 Ga pyrite at the Princeton Gold Mine, Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa.[Precambrian Research,(96),(1999),209-224]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
82.[O] Geochemistry of the 2.O Ga Rove Formation, Canada, suggests an early establishment of the modern style elemental cycles mediated by biological activities.[Geological Society of America, annual meeting, Abstract with program,(118),(1999)]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
[1998]
83.[O] Origins of pyrites in the~2.5Ga Mt. McRae Shale, the Hamersley District, Western Australia.[Geochimica Cosmochiemica Acta,(62),(1998),3205-3220]kawai hajime, ohmoto hiroshi
84.[O] High activity of sulphate-reducing bacteria in Archean and Proterozoic oceans and an early development of the Phanerozoic-style sulphur cycles.[Mineralofical Magazine,(62A),(1998),738-739]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
[1997]
85.[O] Sulfur isotope geochemistry of sedimentary rocks from the Chapel Island Formation, Newfoundland, Canada.[Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting,29(6),(1997),116-]KAKEGAWA Takeshi
[1993]
86.[O] 3.4-Billion-Year-Old Biogenic Pyrites from Barberton, South Africa : Sulfur Isotope Evidence.[Science,262,(1993),555-557]H.Ohmoto, D. Lowe and Kakegawa T
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