Chris Ballentine
Chris Ballentine
Chair of Geochemistry, University of Oxford
Verified email at earth.ox.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Production, release and transport of noble gases in the continental crust
CJ Ballentine, PG Burnard
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 47 (1), 481-538, 2002
3982002
Solubility trapping in formation water as dominant CO2 sink in natural gas fields
SMV Gilfillan, BS Lollar, G Holland, D Blagburn, S Stevens, M Schoell, ...
Nature 458 (7238), 614, 2009
3442009
Tracing fluid origin, transport and interaction in the crust
CJ Ballentine, R Burgess, B Marty
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 47 (1), 539-614, 2002
3282002
Applications of multiple collector-ICPMS to cosmochemistry, geochemistry, and paleoceanography
AN Halliday, DC Lee, JN Christensen, M Rehkämper, W Yi, X Luo, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 62 (6), 919-940, 1998
3051998
Mantle mixing: the generation, preservation, and destruction of chemical heterogeneity
PE van Keken, EH Hauri, CJ Ballentine
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 30 (1), 493-525, 2002
2212002
The noble gas geochemistry of natural CO2 gas reservoirs from the Colorado Plateau and Rocky Mountain provinces, USA
SMV Gilfillan, CJ Ballentine, G Holland, D Blagburn, BS Lollar, S Stevens, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (4), 1174-1198, 2008
1862008
Rare gas constraints on hydrocarbon accumulation, crustal degassing and groundwater flow in the Pannonian Basin
CJ Ballentine, RK O'nions, ER Oxburgh, F Horvath, J Deak
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 105 (1-3), 229-246, 1991
1851991
Seawater subduction controls the heavy noble gas composition of the mantle
G Holland, CJ Ballentine
Nature 441 (7090), 186, 2006
1832006
An overview of noble gas geochemistry and cosmochemistry
D Porcelli, CJ Ballentine, R Wieler
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 47 (1), 1-19, 2002
1732002
Neon isotopes constrain convection and volatile origin in the Earth's mantle
CJ Ballentine, B Marty, BS Lollar, M Cassidy
Nature 433 (7021), 33, 2005
1372005
The fate of mantle-derived carbon in a continental sedimentary basin: Integration of CHe relationships and stable isotope signatures
BS Lollar, CJ Ballentine, RK Onions
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 61 (11), 2295-2307, 1997
1341997
Models for distribution of terrestrial noble gases and evolution of the atmosphere
D Porcelli, CJ Ballentine
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 47 (1), 411-480, 2002
1332002
Determining paleotemperature and other variables by using an error-weighted, nonlinear inversion of noble gas concentrations in water
CJ Ballentine, CM Hall
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 63 (16), 2315-2336, 1999
1321999
Regional groundwater focusing of nitrogen and noble gases into the Hugoton-Panhandle giant gas field, USA
CJ Ballentine, BS Lollar
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 66 (14), 2483-2497, 2002
1172002
Noble gas tracing of groundwater/coalbed methane interaction in the San Juan Basin, USA
Z Zhou, CJ Ballentine, R Kipfer, M Schoell, S Thibodeaux
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (23), 5413-5428, 2005
1102005
Deep fracture fluids isolated in the crust since the Precambrian era
G Holland, BS Lollar, L Li, G Lacrampe-Couloume, GF Slater, ...
Nature 497 (7449), 357, 2013
1062013
300-Myr-old magmatic CO2 in natural gas reservoirs of the west Texas Permian basin
CJ Ballentine, M Schoell, D Coleman, BA Cain
Nature 409 (6818), 327, 2001
1052001
Noble gases in the Cameroon line and the He, Ne, and Ar isotopic compositions of high μ (HIMU) mantle
DN Barfod, CJ Ballentine, AN Halliday, JG Fitton
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B12), 29509-29527, 1999
1031999
Whole-mantle versus layered mantle convection and the role of a high-viscosity lower mantle in terrestrial volatile evolution
PE Van Keken, CJ Ballentine
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 156 (1-2), 19-32, 1998
1031998
A Magnus opus: Helium, neon, and argon isotopes in a North Sea oilfield
CJ Ballentine, RK O'Nions, ML Coleman
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 60 (5), 831-849, 1996
1011996
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