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Xu G, Frey FA, Clague DA, Weis D,. 2005. Petrogenetic similarities of East Molokai and younger Kea-trend Hawaiian volcanoes as they migrate away from the hotspot. … et Cosmochimica Acta ….
Xu G, Frey FA, Clague DA, Wise S. 2003. East Molokai Volcano, Hawaii: Petrogenesis of Shield-, Postshield-and Rejuvenated Stage Lavas. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 1:0994.
Xu G, Frey FA, Weis D, Scoates JS,. 2007. Flood basalts from Mt. Capitole in the central Kerguelen Archipelago: Insights into the growth of the archipelago and source components contributing to plume …. Geochemistry, ….
Xu G, Frey FA, Wise S, Giret A. 2005. Geochemical constraints on the sources of basalt from the Kerguelen Archipelago, Southeast Indian Ocean. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
Xu G, Frey FA, Clague DA, Weis D,. 2005. East Molokai and other Kea‐trend volcanoes: Magmatic processes and sources as they migrate away from the Hawaiian hot spot. Geochemistry, ….
Xu G, Frey FA, Wise S, Scoates JS, Giret A. 2007. Flood basalts from Mt. Capitole in the central Kerguelen Archipelago: Insights into the growth of the archipelago and source components contributing to plume-related volcanism. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 8
Xu G, Frey FA, Clague DA, Wise S, Beeson MH. 2005. East Molokai and other Kea-trend volcanoes: Magmatic processes and sources as they migrate away from the Hawaiian hot spot. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 6
Xu G, Frey FA, Clague DA, Wise S, Beeson MH. 2005. Petrogenetic similarities of East Molokai and younger Kea-trend Hawaiian volcanoes as they migrate away from the hotspot. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement. 69:110.
Xie M, Mayer K.U, Claret F, Alt-Epping P, Jacques D, Steefel C, Chiaberge C, Simunek J. 2015. Implementation and evaluation of permeability-porosity and tortuosity-porosity relationships linked to mineral dissolution-precipitation. COMPUTATIONAL GEOSCIENCES. 19:655-671.