Publications

  1. Maest, A., S.L. Brantley, P. Bauman, M. Borcsik, D. Crerar. 1984. Geochemistry of metal transport in the Raritan River and estuary. New Jersey Bulletin, New Jersey Academy Science 29, 69-78
  2. Wood, S., D.A. Crerar, S.L. Brantley, M. Borcsik. 1984. Mean molal stoichiometric activity coefficients of alkali halides and related electrolytes in hydrothermal solutions. American Journal Science 284, 668-705.
  3. Brantley, S.L., D.A. Crerar, N. Moller, J. Weare. 1984. Geochemistry of a modern marine evaporite: Bocana de Virrila, Peru. Journal Sedimentary Petrology 54, 447-462.
  4. Giddings, J.C., S.L. Brantley. 1984. Shear field-flow fractionation: Theoretical basis of a new, highly selective technique. Separ. Science and Technology 19(10), 631-651.
  5. Crerar, D.A., S. Wood, S.L. Brantley, A. Bocarsly. 1985. Chemical controls on solubility of ore-forming minerals in hydrothermal solutions. Canadian Mineral 23, 333-352.
  6. Brantley, S.L., S.R. Crane, D.A. Crerar, R. Hellmann, R. Stallard. 1986. Dissolution at dislocation etch pits in quartz. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 50, 2349-2361.
  7. Brantley, S.L., A. Borgia, G. Rowe, J.F. Fernandez, J.R. Reynolds. 1987. Poas volcano crater lake acts as a condenser for acid metal-rich brine. Nature 330, 470-472.
  8. Schott, J., S.L. Brantley, D. Crerar, C. Guy, M. Borcsik, C. Willaime.1989. Dissolution kinetics of strained calcite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 53(2), 373-382.
  9. Rowe, G., S.L., Brantley, A. Borgia, J. Fernandez, J. Barquero. 1989. La sistema hidrotermal del Volcan Poas. Boletin de Volcanologia 20, 23-31.
  10. Brantley, S.L., B. Evans, S.H. Hickman, D.A. Crerar. 1990. Healing of microcracks in quartz: Implications for fluid flow Geology 18,136-139.
  11. Brantley, S.L., J. Donovan. 1990. Marine evaporites, bittern seepage, and the genesis of subsurface brines. Chemical Geology 84, 187-189.
  12. Lee, V.W., S.J. Mackwell, S.L. Brantley. 1990. The effect of fluid chemistry on wetting textures in novaculite. Journal Geophysical Research 96, 10,023-10,037.
  13. Voigt, D.E., S.L. Brantley. 1990. Inclusions in synthetic quartz. Journal Crystal Growth 113, 527-539.
  14. Rowe, G.L., S.L. Brantley, M. Fernandez, J.F. Fernandez, J.A. Barquero, 1992. A. Borgia. Fluid-volcano interactions at an active stratovolcano: The crater lake system of Poas Volcano, Costa Rica. Journal Volcanol. and Geothermal Research 49, 23-51.
  15. MacInnis, I., S.L. Brantley. 1992. The role of dislocations and surface morphology in calcite dissolution. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 56, 1113-1126.
  16. Weedman, S., S.L. Brantley, W. Albrecht. 1992. Secondary compaction after secondary porosity: Can it form a pressure seal? Geology 20, 303-306.
  17. Rowe, G., S. Ohsawa, B. Takano, S.L. Brantley, J.F. Fernandez, J. Barquero. 1992. Using crater lake chemistry to predict volcanic activity at Poas Volcano, Costa Rica. Bulletin of Volcanology 54, 494-503.
  18. Brantley, S.L., G.L. Rowe, L. Konikow, W. Sanford. 1992. Toxic waters of Poas Volcano. National Geographic Research and Exploration 8(3), 328-337.
  19. Brantley, S.L. 1992. The effect of fluid chemistry on quartz microcrack lifetimes. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 113, 145-156.
  20. Fisher, D., S.L. Brantley. 1992. Models of quartz overgrowth and vein formation: Deformation and episodic fluid flow in an ancient subduction zone. Journal Geophysical Research 97, 20,043-20,061.
  21. MacInnis, I., S.L. Brantley. 1993. Development of etch pit size distributions (PSD) on dissolving minerals. Chemical Geology 105, 31-50.
  22. Rowe, G.L., S.L. Brantley. 1993. Estimation of the dissolution rates of andesitic glass, plagioclase, and pyroxene in a flank aquifer of Poas Volcano, Costa Rica. Chemical Geology 105, 71-88.
  23. Brantley, S.L., A. Blai, I. MacInnis, D. Cremeens, D. Darmody. 1993. Natural etching rates of feldspar and hornblende. Aquatic Science 55, 262-272.
  24. Brantley, S.L., A. Agustsdottir, G.L. Rowe. 1993. Crater lakes reveal heat and volatile fluxes of volcanoes. GSA Today 3,175-178.
  25. Agustsdottir, A.M., S.L. Brantley. 1994. Volatile fluxes integrated over four decades at Grimsvotn volcano, Iceland. Journal of Geophysical Research 99, 9505-9522.
  26. Stillings, L.L., S.L. Brantley. 1995. Feldspar dissolution at 25oC and pH 3: Reaction stoichiometry and the effect of cations. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59, 1483-1496.
  27. Stillings, L.L., S.L. Brantley, M. Machesky. 1995. Proton adsorption at an adularia feldspar surface. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59, 1473-1482.
  28. Shiraki, R., S.L. Brantley. 1995 Kinetics of near-equilibrium calcite precipitation at 100oC: An evaluation of elementary reaction-based and affinity-based rate laws Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 59, 1457-1471.
  29. Rowe, G.L., S.L. Brantley, J.F. Fernandez, A. Borgia. 1995. The chemical and hydrologic structure of Poas Volcano, Costa Rica. Journal Volcanology Geothermal Research 64, 233-267.
  30. Sanford, W., L. Konikow, G.L. Rowe, S.L. Brantley. 1995. Groundwater transport of crater-lake brine at Poas Volcano, Costa Rica. Journal Volcanology Geothermal Research 64, 269-293.
  31. Fisher, D.M., S.L. Brantley, M. Everett, J. Dzvonik. 1995. Cyclic fluid flow through a regionally extensive fracture network within the Kodiak accretionary prism. Journal Geophysical Research 100, 12881-12894.
  32. Brantley, S.L. K. Koepenick. 1995. Measured carbon dioxide emissions from OlDoinyo Lengai and the skewed distribution of passive volcanic fluxes Geology 23(10), 933-936.
  33. Clark, M.B., S.L. Brantley, D.M. Fisher. 1995. Power-law vein thickness distributions and positive feedback in vein growth. Geology 23, 975-978.
  34. Fein, J.B., N. Gore, D. Marshall, L. Yassa, A. Loch, S.L. Brantley. 1995 The effect of aqueous complexation and gibbsite surface sites on the decarboxylation rate of malonate. Geochimica et Cosmochimica. Acta 59, 5071-5081.
  35. Voigt, D.E., S.L. Brantley, R. Hennet. 1996. Chemical fixation of arsenic in contaminated soils. Applied Geochemistry 11, 633-643.
  36. Stillings, L.L., J.I. Drever, S.L. Brantley, Y. Sun, R. Oxburgh. 1996.Rates of feldspar dissolution at pH 3-7 with 0-8 mM oxalic acid. Chemical Geology 132, 79-90.
  37. Weedman, S.D., S.L. Brantley, R. Shiraki, S.R. Poulson. 1996. Diagenesis, compaction, and fluid chemistry modeling of a sandstone near a pressure seal: lower Tuscaloosa Formation, Gulf Coast. AAPG Bulletin 80, 1045-1064.
  38. Koepenick, K.W., S.L. Brantley, J.M. Thompson, G.L. Rowe, A.A. Nyblade, C. Moshy. 1996. Volatile emissions from the crater and flank of Oldoinyo Lengai volcano, Tanzania. Journal Geophysical Research 101,13819-13830.
  39. Wilkin, R.T., H.L. Barnes, S.L. Brantley. 1996 The size distribution of framboidal pyrite in modern sediments: An indicator of redox conditions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 60, 3897-3912.
  40. Brantley, S.L., L.L. Stillings. 1996. Feldspar dissolution at 25oC and low pH. American Journal of Science 296, 101-127.
  41. Brantley, S.L., L.L. Stillings. 1997. Reply to comment: Feldspar dissolution at 25oC and low pH. American Journal of Science 297, 1021-1032.
  42. Deleuze, M., S.L. Brantley. 1997 Inhibition of calcite crystal growth by Mg2+ at 100oC and 100 bars: Influence of growth regime. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 61, 1475-1487.
  43. Chen, Y., S.L. Brantley. 1997. Temperature- and pH-dependence of albite dissolution rate at acid pH. Chemical Geology 135, 275-290.
  44. Foster, A.L., Brown, Jr., G. E., Parks, G.A., Tingle, T.N., Voigt, D.E., Brantley, S.L. 1997. XAFS determination of As(V) associated with Fe(III) oxyhydroxides in weathered mine tailings and contaminated soil from California, U.S.A., Journal of Physics of France, 7, supplement au Journal de Physique III d’avril, Colloque C2, Cd-815-816.
  45. Murphy, S.F., S.L. Brantley, A.E. Blum, A.F. White, H. Dong.1998. Chemical weathering in a tropical watershed, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico: II. Rate and mechanism of biotite weathering Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 62, 227-244.
  46. Murphy, S.F., S.L. Brantley, A.E. Blum, A.F. White, H. Dong. 1998. Chemical weathering in a tropical watershed, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico: II Rate and mechanism of biotite weatering. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 62(13), 2404, Erratum.
  47. Chen, Y., S.L. Brantley. 1998. Diopside and anthophyllite dissolution at 25oC and 90oC and acid pH. Chemical Geology 147, 233-248.
  48. Brantley, S.L., J.T. Chesley, L.L. Stillings. 1998. Isotopic ratios and release rates of Sr measured from weathering feldspars. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 62, 1492-1500.
  49. Nugent, M.A., S.L. Brantley, C.G. Pantano, P.A. Maurice. 1998. The influence of natural mineral coatings on feldspar weathering. Nature 395, 588-591.
  50. Chen, Y., S.L. Brantley, E. Ilton. 2000. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic measurement of the temperature dependence of leaching of cations from the albite surface. Chemical Geology 163, 115-128.
  51. Liermann, L., B. Kalinowski, S.L. Brantley, J.G. Ferry. 2000. Role of bacterial siderophores in dissolution of hornblende. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 64, 587-602.
  52. Lewicki, J., S.L. Brantley. 2000. CO2 degassing along the San Andreas fault, Parkfield, California. Geophysical Research Letters 2, 5-8.
  53. Chen, Y., S.L. Brantley. 2000. Dissolution of forsteritic olivine at 65C and 2 pH 5. Chemical Geology 165, 267-282.
  54. Kalinowski, B., L. Liermann, S.L. Brantley, A. Barnes, C.G. Pantano. 2000. X ray photoelectron evidence for bacteria-enhanced dissolution of hornblende. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 64, 1331-1343.
  55. Boomer K., C. Werner, S.L. Brantley. 2000. CO2 emissions related to the Yellowstone volcanic system 1. Developing a stratified adaptive cluster sampling plan. Journal Geophysical Research 105, 10817-10830.
  56. Werner C., S.L. Brantley, K. Boomer. 2000. CO2 emissions related to the Yellowstone volcanic system 2. Statistical sampling, total degassing, and transport mechanisms. Journal Geophysical Research 105, 10831-10846.
  57. Kump, L., S.L. Brantley, M.A. Arthur. 2000. Chemical weathering, atmospheric CO2 and climate. Earth and Planetary Science Reviews 28, 611-667.
  58. Hamilton, J., C.G. Pantano, S.L. Brantley. 2000. Dissolution of albite glass and crystal. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 64, 2603-2615.
  59. Liermann, L., A.S. Barnes, B.E. Kalinowski, X. Zhou, S.L. Brantley. 2000. Microenvironments of pH in biofilms grown on dissolving silicate surfaces. Chemical Geology 171, 1-16.
  60. Kalinowski, B.E., L. J. Liermann, S. Givens, S.L. Brantley. 2000. Rates of bacteria-promoted solubilization of Fe from minerals: A review of problems and approaches. Chemical Geology 169, 357-370.
  61. Werner, C., J.C. Wyngaard, S.L. Brantley. 2000. Eddy-correlation measurement of hydrothermal gases. Geophys. Res. Lett. 27 , 2925-2928.
  62. Brantley, S.L., N. Mellott. 2000. Surface area and porosity of primary silicate minerals. American Mineralogist 85, 1767-1783.
  63. Brantley, S.L., L. Liermann, S. Wu, M. Bau. 2001. Uptake of trace metals and rare earth elements from hornblende by a soil bacterium. Geomicrobiology Journal 18, 37-61.
  64. Mellott, N.P., S.L. Brantley, J.P. Hamilton, C.G. Pantano. 2001. Evaluation of surface preparation methods for glass. Surface and Interface Analysis 31, 362-368.
  65. Brantley, S., L. Liermann, T. Bullen. 2001. Fractionation of Fe isotopes by soil microbes and organic acids. Geology 29, 535-538.
  66. Hamilton, J., S.L. Brantley, C.G. Pantano, L. Criscenti, J.D. Kubicki. 2001. Dissolution of nepheline, jadeite and albite glasses: Toward better models for aluminosilicate dissolution. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65, 3683-3702.
  67. Goyne, K.W., A.R. Zimmerman, B.L. Newalkar, S. Komarneni, S.L. Brantley, and J. Chorover. Surface charge of variable porosity Al2O3(s) and SiO2(s) adsorbents. Journal of Porous Materials 9, 243-256.
  68. Tsomaia, N., S.L. Brantley, J.P. Hamilton, C.G. Pantano, K.T. Mueller. 2003. NMR evidence for formation of octahedral and tetrahedral Al and repolymerization of the Si network during dissolution of aluminosilicate glass and crystal. American Mineralogist 88, 54-67.
  69. Turner, B.F., R.F. Stallard, S.L. Brantley. 2003. Investigation of in situ weathering of quartz diorite bedrock in the Rio Icacos basin, Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Chemical Geology 202, 313-341.
  70. Werner, C., G. Chiodini, D. Voigt, S. Caliro, R. Avino, M. Russo,T. Brombach, J. Wyngaard, S.L. Brantley. 2003. Monitoring volcanic hazard using eddy covariance at Solfatara Volcano, Naples, Italy. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 210, 561-577.
  71. White, A.F., S.L. Brantley. 2003. The effect of time on the weathering of silicate minerals: why do weathering rates differ in the laboratory and field? Chemical Geology 202, 479-506.
  72. Lewicki, J.L., W. C. Evans, G.E. Hilley, M.L. Sorey, J.D. Rogie, S.L., Brantley. 2003. Shallow soil CO2 flow along the San Andreas and Calaveras faults, California. Journal Geophysical Research 108 (B4), 2187. doi: 10.1029/ 2002JB002141.
  73. Werner, C., S.L. Brantley. 2003. CO2 emissions from the Yellowstone volcanic system. Journal Geophysical Research 4(7), 1001-1029.
  74. Bau, M., B. Alexander, J.T. Chesley, N.P. Mellott, P. Dulski, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Mineral dissolution in the Cape Cod aquifer, Massachusetts, USA: I . Reaction stoichiometry and impact of accessory feldspar and glauconite on strontium isotopes, solute concentrations, and REY distribution. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 68, 1199-1216.
  75. Zimmerman, A.R., K.G. Goyne, S. Komarneni, J. Chorover, J. Kubicki, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Mineral mesopore effects on nitrogenous organic matter adsorption. Organic Geochemistry 35(3), 355-375.
  76. Icopini, G.A., A.D. Anbar, S., Ruebush, M. Tien, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Iron isotopic fractionation during microbial reduction of iron: the importance of adsorption. Geology 32, 205-208.
  77. Goyne, K.W., J. Chorover, A.R. Zimmerman, S. Komarneni, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Influence of mesoporosity on the sorption of 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid to alumina and silica. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 272, 10-20.
  78. Goyne, K.W., A.R. Zimmerman, B.L. Newalkar, S. Komarneni, S.L. Brantley, and J. Chorover. 2004. Surface charge of variable porosity Al2O3(s) and SiO2(s) adsorbents. Journal of Porous Materials 9, 243-256.
  79. Sak, P. B., D. Fisher, T. Gardner, K.M. Murphy, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Rates of weathering and rind formation on Costa Rican basalt, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68(7), 1453-1472.
  80. Brantley, S.L., L.J. Liermann, R.L. Guynn, A. Anbar, J. Barling, G. Icopini. 2004. Fe isotopic fractionation during mineral dissolution with and without bacteria. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68(15), 3189-3204.
  81. Zimmerman, A.R., J. Chorover, K.W. Goyne, S.L., Brantley. 2004. Protection of mesopore-adsorbed organic matter from enzymatic degradation. Environmental Science and Technology 38(17), 4542-4548.
  82. Anderson, S.P., J. Blum, S.L., Brandtley, O. Chadwick, J. Chorover, L.A. Derry, J.I. Drever, J.G. Hering, J.W. Kirchner, L. Kump, D. Richter, A.F. White. 2004. Proposed initiative would study earth’s weathering engine. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 85(28), 265-269.
  83. Icopini, G, S.L. Brantley, P.J. Heaney. 2004. Kinetics of silica oligomerization and nanocolloid formation from supersaturated solutions at 25oC Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69(2), 293-303.
  84. Neaman, A., J. Chorover, S.L. Brantley. 2005. Element mobility patterns record organic ligands in soils on early Earth. Geology 33(2), 117-120.
  85. Criscenti, L.J., S.L. Brantley, K.T. Mueller, N. Tsomaia, J.D. Kubicki. 2005. Theoretical and 27Al CPMAS NMR investigation of aluminum coordination changes during aluminosilicate dissolution, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69(9), 2205-2220.
  86. Neaman, A. J. Chorover, S.L. Brantley. 2005. Implications of the evolution of organic acid moieties for basalt weathering over geological time. American Journal of Science 305, 147-185.
  87. Liermann, L.J., A. Marin, R.L. Guynn, A. Anbar, S.L. Brantley. 2005. Production of a molybdophore during metal-targeted dissolution of silicates by soil bacteria. Chemical Geology 220, 285-302.
  88. Mathur, R., J. Ruiz, J., S. Titley,L. Liermann, H. Buss, S.L. Brantley. 2005. Cu isotopic fractionation in the supergene environment with and without bacteria. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69(22), 5233-5246.
  89. Zerkle, A.L., C.H. House, S.L. Brantley. 2005. Biogeochemical signatures through time as inferred from whole microbial genomes. American Journal of Science 305, 467-502.
  90. Buss, H.L., M.A. Bruns, M.J. Schultz, J. Moore, C.F. Mathur, S.L. Brantley. 2005. The coupling of biological iron cycling and mineral weathering during saprolite formation, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Geobiology 3, 247-260.
  91. Goyne, K.W., J. Chorover, J.D. Kubicki, A.R. Zimmerman, S.L. Brantley. 2005. Sorption of the antibiotic ofloxacin to mesoporous and nonporous alumina and silica Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 283(1), 160-170
  92. Criscenti, L.J., J.D. Kubicki, S.L. Brantley. 2006. Silicate glass and mineral dissolution: Calculated reaction paths and activation energies for hydrolysis of a Q3Si: by H3O+ using ab initio methods, Journal of Physical Chemistry 110, 198-206.
  93. Ruebush, S.S., G.A. Icopini, S.L. Brantley, M. Tien. 2006. In vitro enzymatic reduction kinetics of mineral oxides by membrane fractions from Shewanella oneidensis MR-1. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70, 56-70.
  94. Neaman, A., J. Chorover, S.L. Brantley. 2006. Effects of organic ligands on granite dissolution in batch experiments at pH 6. Chemical Geology 306, 451-473.
  95. Ruebush, S., S.L. Brantley, M. Tien. 2006. Reduction of soluble and insoluble iron forms by membrane fractions of Shewanella oneidensis grown under aerobic and anaerobic conditions. Applied Environmental Microbiology 72(40), 2925-2935.
  96. Fletcher, R.C., H.L. Buss, S.L. Brantley. 2006. A spheroidal weathering model coupling porewater chemistry to soil thickness during steady-state denudation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 244(1-2), 444-457.
  97. Goyne, K.W., S.L. Brantley, J. Chorover. 2006. Effects of organic acids and dissolved oxygen on apatite and chalcopyrite dissolution: Implications for using elements as organomarkers and oxymarkers. Chemical Geology 234(1-2), 28-45.
  98. Schaperdoth, I., L.J. Liermann, S.L. Brantley. 2007. The effect of polymeric substances on apatite reactivity in the presence of a freshwater cyanobacterium. Geomicrobiology Journal 24, 79-91.
  99. Conrad, C. F., G.A. Icopini, H. Yasahura, J.Z. Bandstra, S.L. Brantley, P.J. Heaney. 2007. Modeling the kinetics of silica nanocolloid formation and precipitation in geologically relevant aqueous solutions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71(3), 531-542
  100. Buss, H.L., A. Luttge, S.L.Brantley. 2007. Etch pit formation on iron silicate surfaces during siderophore-promoted dissolution. Chemical Geology 240, 326-342.
  101. Hausrath E. M., L.J. Liermann, C.H. House, J.G. Ferry, S.L.Brantley. 2007. The effect of methanogen growth on mineral substrates: will Ni markers of methanogen-based communities be detectable in the rock record? Geobiology 5(1), 49-61.
  102. Wasylenki, L.E., L.J. Liermann, R. Mathur, G.W. Gordon, S.L. Brantley, A.D. Anbar. 2007. Isotope fractionation during microbial metal uptake measured by MC-ICP-MS. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 22, 905-910.
  103. Liermann, L., L. Hausrath, S.L. Brantley. 2007. Assimilatory and dissimilatory processes of microorganisms affecting metals in the environment. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 22, 867-877.
  104. Navarre-Sitchler, A., S.L. Brantley. 2007. Basalt weathering across scales, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 261, 321-334. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2007.07.010.
  105. Ross, D.E., S. Ruebush, S.L. Brantley, R. S. Hartshorne, T.A. Clarke, D.J. Richardson, M. Tien. 2007. Characterization of protein-protein interactions involved in iron reduction by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1. 73(18), 5797-5808.
  106. Lebedeva, M.I., R.C. Fletcher, V.N. Balashov, S.L. Brantley. 2007. A reaction diffusion model describing transformation of bedrock to saprolite. Chemical Geology 244(3-4), 624-645.
  107. Brantley, S.L., M.B. Goldhaber, V. Ragnarsdottir. 2007. Crossing disciplines and scales to understand the Critical Zone. Elements 3, 307-314.
  108. Hausrath E. M., A.K. Navarre-Sitchler, P.B. Sak, C.I. Steefel, S.L. Brantley. 2008. Basalt weathering rates on Earth and the duration of liquid water on the plains of Gusev Crater, Mars. Geology 36(1), 67-70.
  109. Bandstra, J., S.L. Brantley. 2008. Surface evolution of dissolving minerals investigated with a kinetic Ising model. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72, 2587-2600.
  110. Jang, J.-H., R. Mathur, L.J. Liermann, S. Ruebush, S.L. Brantley. 2008. An iron isotope signature related to electron transfer between aqueous ferrous iron and goethite. Chemical Geology 250, 40-48.
  111. Buss, H. L., P.B. Sak, S.M. Webb, S. L. Brantley. 2008. Weathering of the Rio Blanco quartz diorite, Luquillo Mountains Puerto Rico: coupling oxidation, dissolution and fracturing. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72, 4488-4507.
  112. Brantley, S.L., J.Z. Bandstra, J. Moore, A.F. White. 2008. Modelling chemical depletion profiles in regolith. Geoderma 145(3), 494-504.
  113. Brantley, S. L. 2008. Understanding soil time. Science 321, 1454-1455.
  114. Washton, N.M., S.L. Brantley, K.T. Mueller. 2008. Probing the molecular-level control of aluminosilicate dissolution: A sensitive solid-state NMR proxy for reactive surface area. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72(24), 5949-5961.
  115. Hausrath, E.M., A.H. Treiman, E.Vicenzi, D.L. Bish, D. Blake, P.Sarrazin, T.Hoehler, I. Midtkandl, A. Steele, S.L. Brantley. 2008. Short- and long-term olivine weathering in Svalbard: Implications for Mars. Astrobiolgy 8(6), 1079-1092.
  116. Fischer, T.B., P.J. Heaney, J.-H. Jang, D.E. Ross,S.L. Brantley, J.E. Post, M. Tien. 2008. Continuous-time resolved X-ray diffraction of the biocatalyzed reduction Mn oxide. American Mineralogist 93, 1929-1932.
  117. Pelt, E., F. Chabaux, C. Innocenti, A.K. Navarre-Sitchler, P.B. Sak, S.L. Brantley. 2008. Uranium-thorium chronometry of weathering rinds: Rock alteration rate and paleo-isotopic record of weathering fluids. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 276(1-2), 98-105.
  118. Jang, J.-H., S.L. Brantley. 2009. Investigation of Wüstite (FeO) dissolution: implications for reductive dissolution of ferric oxides. Environmental Science Technology 43:4, 1086-1090.
  119. Kimball B. E., R. Mathur, A. C. Dohnalkova, A.J. Wall, R.L. Runkel, S.L. Brantley. 2009. Copper Isotope fractionation in acid mine drainage. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73(5), 1247-1263. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2008.11.035.
  120. Mathur, R., S.R.Titley, S.L. Brantley, M. Wilson. 2009. Exploration potential of Cu isotope fractionation in porphyry copper deposits. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 102(1), 1-6.
  121. Ross, D. E., S.L. Brantley, M.Tien. 2009. Kinetic characterization of OmcA and MtrC terminal reductases involved in respiratory electron transfer for dissimilatory iron reduction in Shewanella oneidensis MR-1. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75(16), 5218-5226.
  122. Navarre-Sitchler, A., C. Steefel, L. Yang, L. Tomutsa, S.L. Brantley. 2009. Evolution of porosity and diffusivity associated with chemical weathering of a basalt clast. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, F02016, 1-14.
  123. Hausrath, E.M., A. Neaman, S.L. Brantley. 2009. Elemental release rates from dissolving basalt and granite with and without organic ligands. American Journal of Science 309, 633-660.
  124. Hartshorne, R., C.L. Reardon, D. Ross, J. Nuester, T.A. Clarke, A.J. Gates, P.C. Mills, J.K. Fredrickson, J.M. Zachara, L. Shi, A.S. Beliaev, M.J. Marshall, M. Tien, S.L. Brantley, J.N. Butt, D.J. Richardson. 2009. Characterization of an electron conduit between bacteria and the extracellular environmentSupporting Information (PDF). Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences 106(52), 22169-22174.
  125. Mathur, R., S.L. Brantley, A. Anbar, F. Munizaga, V. Maksaev, R. Newberry, J.Vervoort, G. Hart. 2010. Variation of Mo isotopes from molybdenite in high-temperature hydrothermal ore deposits. Mineralium Deposita 45(1), 43-50.
  126. Goyne, K., S.L. Brantley, J. Chorover. 2010. Rare earth element release from phosphate minerals in the presence of organic acids. Chemical Geology 278 (1-2), 1-14.
  127. Lebedeva, M.I., R.C. Fletcher, and S.L. Brantley. 2010. A mathematical model of steady-state regolith production at a constant erosion rate. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35, 508-524.
  128. Buss, H.L., R. Mathur, A.F. White, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Phosphorus and iron cycling in deep saprolite, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Chemical Geology 269, 52-61.
  129. Fletcher, R.C., S.L. Brantley. 2010. Reduction of bedrock blocks as corestones in the weathering profile: Observations and model. American Journal of Science 310, 131-164.
  130. Turner, B.F., A.F. White, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Effects of temperature on silicate weathering: Solute fluxes and chemical weathering in a temperate rain forest watershed, Jamieson Creek, British Columbia. Chemical Geology 269, 62-78.
  131. Williams, J.Z., J.Z. Bandstra, D. Pollard, S.L. Brantley. 2010. The temperature dependence of feldspar dissolution determined using a coupled weathering – climate model for Holocene-aged loess soils. Geoderma 156, 11-19.
  132. Jin, L., R. Ravella, B. Ketchum, P.J. Heaney, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Mineral weathering and elemental transport during hillslope evolution: regolith formation on shale at Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74, 3669-3691.
  133. Kimball, B.E., J.D. Rimstidt, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Chalcopyrite dissolution rate laws. Applied Geochemistry 25, 972-983.
  134. Moore, J., J.L. Macalady, M.S. Schulz, A.F. White, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Shifting microbial community structure across a marine terrace grassland chronosequence, Santa Cruz, California. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42, 21-31.
  135. Sak, P.B., A.K. Navarre-Sitchler, C.E. Miller, C.C. Daniel, J. Gaillardet, H.L. Buss, M.I. Lebedeva, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Controls on rind thickness on basaltic andesite clasts weathering in Guadeloupe. Chemical Geology 276.129-143.
  136. Ma, L, F. Chabaux, E. Pelt, E. Blaes, L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Regolith production rates calculated with Uranium-series isotopes at Susquehanna/Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 297, 211-225.
  137. Goddéris, Y., J.Z. Williams, J. Schott, D. Pollard, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Time evolution of the mineralogical composition of Mississippi Valley loess over the last 10 kyr: Climate and geochemical modeling. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74(22), 6357-6374.
  138. Buss H.L., S.L. Brantley, L.J. Liermann. 2010. Nondestructive methods for removal of bacteria from silicate surfaces. Geomicrobiology Journal 20, 25-42.
  139. Hausrath, E., S.L. Brantley. 2010. Basalt and olivine dissolution under cold, salty, and acidic conditions: What can we learn about recent aqueous weathering on Mars? Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 115, E12001, doi: 10.1029/2010JE003610.
  140. Minyard, M.L., M.A. Bruns, C.E. Martinez, L.J. Liermann, H.L. Buss, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Halloysite nanotubes and bacteria at the saprolite-bedrock interface, Rio Icacos Watershed, Puerto Rico. Soil Science Society of America Journal 7(2), 348-356.
  141. Davis, M.C., D.J. Wesolowski, J. Rosenqvist, S.L. Brantley, K.T. Mueller. 2011. Solubility and near-equilibrium dissolution rates of quartz in dilute NaCl solutions at 398-473 K under alkaline conditions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75(2), 401-415.
  142. Bandstra, J.Z., D.E. Ross, S.L. Brantley, W.D. Burgos. 2011. Compendium and synthesis of bacterial manganese reduction rates. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75(2), 337-351.
  143. Herndon, E., L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Soils reveal widespread manganese enrichment from industrial sources. Environmental Science & Technology 45(1), 241-247.
  144. Rasmussen, C., S.L. Brantley, D. Richter, A. Blum, J. Dixon, A. White. 2011. Strong climate and tectonic control on plagioclase weathering in granitic terrain. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 301(3-4), 521-530.
  145. Zerkle, A.L., K. Scheiderich, J.A. Maresca, L.J. Lierman, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Molybendum isotope fractionation by cyanobacterial assimilation during nitrate utilization and N2 fixation. Geobiology 9(1), 94-106.
  146. Brantley, S.L., J.P. Megonigal, F.N. Scatena, Z. Balogh-Brunstad, R.T. Barnes, M.A. Bruns, P. van Cappelen, K. Dontsova, H. Hartnett, T. Hartshorn, A. Heimsath, E. Herndon, L. Jin, C.K. Keller, J.R. Leake, W.H. McDowell, F.C. Meinzer, T. Mozdzer, S. Petsch, J. Pett-Ridge, K.S. Pregitzer, P. Raymond, C.S. Riebe, K. Shumaker, A. Sutton-Grier, R. Walter, K. Yoo. 2011. Twelve testable hypotheses on the geobiology of weathering. Geobiology, 92(2), 140-165. doi: 10.1111/j.1472-4669.2010.00264.x.
  147. Jin, L., G. Rother, D. Cole, D. Mildner, C. Duffy, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Characterization of deep weathering and nanoporosity development in shale – A neutron study. American Mineralogist 96(4), 498-512.
  148. Brantley, S.L., M.I. Lebedeva. 2011. Learning to read the chemistry of regolith to understand the Critical Zone. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 39, 387-416. Supplement. Supplement2.
  149. Liermann, L.J., R. Mathur, L.E. Wasylenki, J. Nuester, A.D. Anbar, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Extent and isotopic composition of Fe and Mo release from two Pennsylvania shales in the precense of organic ligands and bacteria. Chemical Geology 281, 167-180.
  150. Regberg, A., K. Singha, M. Tien, F. Picardal, Q. Zheng, J. Schieber, E. Roden, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Electrical conductivity as an indicator of iron reduction rates in abiotic and biotic systems. Water Resources Research, 47, W04509, doi: 10.1029/2010WR009551.
  151. Lopano, C.L., P.J. Heaney, J.Z. Bandstra, J.E. Post, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Kinetic analysis of cation exchange in birnessite using time-resolved synchroton X-ray diffraction. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, 3973-3981.
  152. Driese, S.G., M.A. Jirsa, M. Ren, M.D. Schmitz, N.D. Sheldon, D.F. Parker, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Neoarchean paleoweathering of tonalite and metabasalt: Implications for reconstructions of 2.69 Ga early terrestrial ecosystems and paleoatmospheric chemistry. Precambrian Research 189, 1-17.
  153. Jin, L., D.M. Andrews, G.H. Holmes, H. Lin, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Opening the “Black Box”: Water chemistry reveals hydrological controls on weathering in the Susquehanna/Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Vadose Zone Journal, Special Section: Critical Zone Observatories 10(3), 928-942.
  154. Andrews, D.M., H. Lin, Z. Qing, L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Hot spots and hot moments of dissolved organic carbon export and soil organic carbon storage in the Shale Hills catchment. Vadose Zone Journal Special Section: Critical Zone Observatories 10(3), 943-954.
  155. Helmus, R., L. Liermann, S.L. Brantley, M. Tien. 2011. Growth advantage in stationary phase (GASP) phenotype in long-term survival strains of Geobacter sulfurreducens. FEMS Microbiology Journal. 1-11. doi: 10.1111/j.1574-6941.2011.01211.
  156. Banwart, S., S.M. Bernasconi, J. Bloem, W. Blum, M. Brandao, S.L. Brantley, F. Chabaux, C. Duffy, P. Kram, G. Lair, L. Lundin, N. Nikolaidis, M. Novak, P. Panagos, K.V. Ragnarsdottir, B. Reynolds, S. Rousseva, P. de Ruiter, P. van Gaans, W. van Riemsdijk, T. White, B. Zhang. 2011. Soil processes and functions in Critical Zone Observatories: Hypotheses and experimental design. Vadose Zone Journal Special Section: Critical Zone Observatories 10(3), 974-987.
  157. Ma, L., L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. 2011. How mineralogy and slope aspect affect REE release and fractionation during shale weathering in the Susquehanna/Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Chemical Geology 290(1-2), 31-49.
  158. Hausrath, E., A.K. Navarre-Sitchler, P.B. Sak, J.Z. Williams, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Soil profiles as indicators of mineral weathering rates and organic interactions on a Pennsylvania diabase. Chemical Geology 290(3-4), 89-100.
  159. Navarre-Sitchler, A., C.I. Steefel, P.B. Sake, S.L. Brantley. 2011. A reactive-transport model for weathering rind formation on basalt. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75(23), 7644-7667.
  160. Ma, L., F. Chabaux, E. Pelt, M. Granet, P.B. Sak, J. Gaillardet, M.I. Lebedeva, S.L. Brantley. 2011. The effects of curvature on weathering rind information: Evidence from uranium-series isotopes in basaltic andesite weathering clasts in Guadeloupe. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 80, 92-107.
  161. Mathur, R., L. Jin, V. Prush, J. Paul, C. Ebersole, A. Fornadel, J.Z. Williams, S.L. Brantley. 2012. Cu isotopes and concentrations during weathering of black shale of the Marcellus Formation, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. Chemical Geology 304-305, p. 175-184.
  162. Moore, J., P.C. Lichtner, A.F. White, S.L. Brantley. 2012. Using a reactive transport model to elucidate differences between laboratory and field dissolution rates in regolith. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 93, 235-261.
  163. Minyard, M., M.A. Bruns, L. Liermann, S.L. Brantley. 2012. Bacterial associations with weathering minerals at the regolith-bedrock interface, Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Geomicrobiology Journal 29(4), 792-803.
  164. Rimstidt, J.D., S.L. Brantley, A.A. Olsen. 2012. Systematic review of forsterite dissolution rate data. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 99, 159-178.
  165. Yesavage, T.A., M.S. Fantle, J. Vervoort, R. Mathur, L. Jin, L.J. Liermann, S.L. Brantley. 2012. Fe cycling in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, Pennsylvania: An analysis of biogeochemical weathering and Fe isotope fractionation. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 99, 18-38.
  166. Cameron, V., C. House, S.L. Brantley. 2012. A first analysis of metallome biosignatures of hyperthermophilic archaea. Archea Journal, 2012, 789278, 12 pp. doi: 10.1155/2012/789278.
  167. Balashov, V.N., G.D. Guthrie, A.J. Hakala, C.L. Lopano, D.J. Rimstidt, S.L. Brantley. 2013. Predictive modeling of CO2 sequestration in deep saline sandstone reservoirs: Impacts of geochemical kinetics. Applied Geochemistry 30, 41-56. doi: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2012.08.016.
  168. Goddéris, Y., S.L. Brantley, L.M. François, J. Schott, D. Pollard, M. Déqué, M. Dury. 2013. Rates of consumption of atmospheric CO2 through the weathering of loess during the next 100 yr of climate change. Biogeosciences Discussions 9, 135-148.
  169. Chabaux, F. E. Blaes, P. Stille, R. di Chiara Roupert, E. Pelt, A. Dosseto, L. Ma., H.L. Buss, S.L. Brantley. 2013. Regolith formation rate from U-series nuclides: Implications from the study of a spheroidal weathering profile in the Rio Icacos watershed (Puerto Rico). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 100, 73-95.
  170. Salehikhoo, F., L. Li, S.L. Brantley. 2013. Magnesite dissolution rates at different spatial scales: The role of mineral spatial distribution and flow velocity. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 108, 91-106.
  171. Navarre-Sitchler, A.K., D. Cole, G. Rother, L. Jin, H.L. Buss, S.L. Brantley. 2013. Porosity and surface area evolution during weathering of two igneous rocks. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 109, 400-413. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2013.02.
  172. Ma, L. F. Chabaux, N. West, E. Kirby, L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. 2013. Regolith production and transport in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, Part 1: Insights from U-series isotopes. Journal of Geophysical Research, Earth Surface 18, doi: 10.1002/2012JF002420.
  173. Buss, H.L., S.L. Brantley, F.N. Scatena, E.A. Bazilveskaya, A. Blum, M. Schulz, R. Jiménez, A.F. White. 2013. Probing the deep critical zone beneath the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Vol. 38, 1170–1186.
  174. Brantley, S.L., M. Holleran, L. Jin, E. Bazilevskaya. 2013. Probing deep weathering in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, Pennsylvania (USA): the hypothesis of nested chemical reaction fronts in the subsurface. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 8(11):1280-1298. doi: 10.1002/esp.3415.
  175. Lebedeva, M.I., S.L. Brantley. 2013. Exploring geochemical controls on weathering and erosion of hillslopes: Beyond the empirical regolith production function. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Vol. 38, 1793–1807
  176. Bazilevskaya, E.A., M. Lebedeva, G. Rother, D. Parkinson, M. Pavich, D. Cole, S.L. Brantley. 2013. Where fast weathering creates thin regolith and slow weathering creates thick regolith. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38, 847-858.
  177. Vidic, R.D., S. L. Brantley, J.M. Vandenbossche, D. Yoxtheimer, J.D. Abad. 2013. Impact of shale gas development on regional water quality. Science 340, 826. doi: 10.1126/science.1235009.
  178. Bansal, R., R. Helmus, B. Stanley, J. Zhu, L. Liermann, S.L. Brantley, M. Tien. 2013. Survival during long term starvation: Global proteomics analysis of Geobacter sufurreducens under prolonged electron acceptor limitation. Journal of Proteome Research, pp. 1-11. doi: 10.1021/pr400266m.
  179. Dere, A. L., T.S. White, R.H. April, B. Reynolds, T.E. Miller, E.P. Knapp, L.D. McKay. S.L. Brantley. 2013. Climate dependence of feldspar weathering in shale soils along a latitudinal gradient. Geochimicia et Cosmochimica Acta 122, 101-126.
  180. Jin, L., R. Mathur, G. Rother, D.R. Cole, E. Bazilevskaya, J. Williams, A. Carone, S.L. Brantley. 2013. Evolution of porosity and geochemistry in Marcellus Formation black shale during weathering. Chemical Geology, 356, 50-63.
  181. West, N., E. Kirby, P. Bierman, R. Slingerland, L. Ma, D. Rood, S.L. Brantley. 20`13. Regolith production and transport at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Part 2 – Insights from meteoric 10Be. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface, 118, 1-20.
  182. Bibby, K.J., S.L. Brantley, D.D. Reible, K.G. Linden, P.J. Mouser, K.B. Gregory, B.R. Ellis, R.D. Vidic. 2013. Suggested reporting parameters for investigations of wastewater from unconventional shale gas extraction. Environmental Science & Technology. 47, 13220-13221.
  183. Thomas, E.M., H. Lin, C.J. Duffy, P.L. Sullivan, G.H. Holmes, S.L. Brantley, L. Jin. 2013. Spatiotemporal patterns of water stable isotope compositions at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Linkages to subsurface hydrologic processes. Vadose Zone Journal 12(4), doi: 10.2136/vzj2013.01.0029.
  184. Godderis, Y., S.L. Brantley. 2013. Earthcasting the future Critical Zone. Elementa 1, doi: 10.12952/journal.elements.000019.
  185. Brantley, S.L., D. Yoxtheimer, S. Arjmand, P. Grieve, R. Vidic, J. Abad, C. Simon, J. Pollak, G. Llewellyn. 2014. Water resource impacts during unconventional shale gas development: the Pennsylvania experience. International Journal of Coal Geology. doi: 10.1016/j.coal.2013.12.017.
  186. Li, L., F. Salehikhoo, S. Brantley, P. Heidari. 2014. Spatial zonation limits magnesite dissolution in porous media. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 126, 555-573.
  187. Niu, X., J.Z.Williams, D. Miller, K. Lehnert, B. Bills, S.L. Brantley. 2014. An ontology driven relational geochemical database for the earth’s critical zone: CZchemDB. Journal of Environmental Informatics 23(2), 10-23. doi: 10.3808/jei.201400266.
  188. Jin, L., N. Ogrinc, T. Yesavage, E.A. Hasenmueller, L. Ma, P.L. Sullivan, J. Kaye, C. Duffy, S.L. Brantley. 2014. The CO2 consumption potential during gray shale weathering: Insights from the evolution of carbon isotopes in the Susquehanna Shale Hills critical zone observatory. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 142, 260-280.
  189. Herndon E.M., C.E. Martínez, S.L. Brantley. 2014. Spectroscopic (XANES/XRF) characterization of contaminant manganese cycling in a temperate watershed Biogeochemistry. doi: 10.1007/s10533-014-0018-7.
  190. Noireaux, J., J. Gaillardet, P.L. Sullivan, S.L. Brantley. 2014. Boron isotope fractionation in soils at Shale Hills CZO. Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10, 218-222.
  191. Bazilevskaya, E., G. Rother, D.F.R. Mildner, M. Pavich, D. Cole, M.P. Bhat, L. Jin, C.I. Steefel, S.L. Brantley. 2014. How oxidation and dissolution in diabase and granite control porosity during weathering. Soil Science Society of America Journal 79 (1): 5-73. doi: 10.2136/sssaj2014.04.0135.
  192. Fisher, D., S.L. Brantley. 2014. The role of silica redistribution in the evolution of slip instabilities along subduction interfaces: Constraints from the Kodiak Accretionary Complex, Alaska. Journal of Structural Geology 69, 395-414. doi: 10.1016/j.jsg.2014.03.010.
  193. Duffy, C., Y. Shi, K. Davis, R. Slingerland, L. Li, P.L. Sullivan, Y. Godderis, S.L. Brantley. 2014. Designing a suite of models to explore critical zone function. Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10, 7-15.
  194. Ma, L., J. Konter, E. Herndon, L. Jin, G. Steinhoefel, D. Sanchez, S. Brantley. 2014. Quantifying an early signature of the industrial revolution from lead concentrations and isotopes in soils of Pennsylvania, USA. Anthropocene 7, 16-29. DOI:10.1016/j.ancene.2014.12.003.
  195. Stephen, C.S., E.V. LaBelle, S.L. Brantley, D.R. Bond. 2014. Abundance of the multiheme c-type cytochrome OmcB increases in outer biofilm layers of electrode-grown geobacter sufurreducens. PLOS ONE 9(8), 1-10.
  196. Kraepiel, A.M.L., A.L. Dere, E.M. Herndon, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Natural and anthropogenic processes contributing to metal enrichment in surface soils of central Pennsylvania. Biogeochemistry. doi: 10.1007/s10533-015-0068-5.
  197. Balashov, V.N., T. Engelder, X. Gu, M. Fantle, S.L. Brantley. 2015. A model describing flowback chemistry changes with time after Marcellus Shale hydraulic fracturing. AAPG Bulletin 99(1), 143-154. doi:10.1306/06041413119.
  198. Ma, L., F-Z. Teng, L. Jin, S. Ke, W. Yang, H-O. Gu, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Magnesium isotope fractionation during shale weathering in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Accumulation of light Mg isotopes in soils by clay mineral transformation. Chemical Geology 397, 37-50.
  199. Carter, M., B.J. Gaudet, D.R. Stauffer, T.S. White, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Using soil records with atmospheric dispersion modeling to investigate the effects of clean air regulations on 60 years of manganese deposition in Marietta Ohio (USA). Science of the Total Environment 515-516, 49-59.
  200. Heilweil, V.M., P.L. Grieve, S.A. Hynek, S.L. Brantley, D.K. Solomon, D.W. Risser. 2015. Stream measurements locate thermogenic methane fluxes in discharging groundwater. Environmental Science & Technology. doi: 10.1021/es503882b.
  201. Herndon, E.M., A.L. Dere, P.L. Sullivan, D.A. Norris, B. Reynolds, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Biotic controls on solute distribution and transport in headwater catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 12, 213-243.
  202. Yesavage, T., A. Thompson, E. M. Hausrath, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Basalt weathering in an Arctic Mars-analog site. Icarus 254, 219-232.
  203. Llewellyn, G., F.L. Dorman, J.L. Westand, D. Yoxtheimer, P. Grieve, T. Sowers, E. Humston-Fulmer, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Evaluating a groundwater supply contamination incident attributed to Marcellus Shale gas development, Supporting Information (PDF). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(20), 6325-6330.
  204. Lebedeva, M.I., P.B. Sak, L. Ma, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Exploring the effects of curvature during weathering with a mathematical model of a weathering clast. Chemical Geology. doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2015.03.027.
  205. Gu, X., D.R. Cole, G. Rother, D.F.R. Mildner, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Pores in Marcellus Shale: A neutron scattering and FIB-SEM study. Energy & Fuels 29(3): 1295-1308. doi:10.1021/acs.energyfuels.1025b00033.
  206. Balashov, V.N., G.D. Guthrie, C.L. Lopano, J.A. Hakala, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Reaction and diffusion at the reservoir/shale interface during CO2 storage: impact of geochemical kinetics; Applied Geochemistry 61, 119-131. doi: 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.5b00033.
  207. Liermann, L.J., S.L. Brantley, I. Albert, H.L. Buss, M. Minyard. 2015. Relating microbial community structure and geochemistry in deep regolith developed on volcaniclastic rock in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Geomicrobiology Journal 32(6), 494-510. doi:10.1016/j.apgeochem.2015.05.013.
  208. Herndon, E.M., A.L. Dere, P.L. Sullivan, D. Norris, B. Reynolds, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Landscape heterogeneity drives contrasting concentration-discharge relationships in shale headwater catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19, 222-3347. Supplement.
  209. Hasenmueller, E.A., L. Jin, G.E. Stinchcomb, H. Lin, S. Brantley, J., 2015, Topographic controls on the depth distribution of soil CO2 in a small temperate watershed, Applied Geochemistry, 63, 58-69.
  210. Herndon, E.M., L. Jin, D.M. Andrews, D.M. Eissenstat, S.L. Brantley. 2015. Importance of vegetation for manganese cycling in temperate forested watersheds. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 29(2), 160-174.
  211. Bandstra, J.Z., S.L. Brantley. 2015. Understanding the mechanisms of solid-water reactions through analysis of surface topography. Physical Review E 92(6) 062114-1 – 062114-14.
  212. White, T., S. Brantley, S. Banwart, J. Chorover, W. Dietrich, L. Derry, K. Lohse, S. Anderson, A. Aufdendkampe, R. Bales, P. Kumar, D. Richter, and B McDowell. 2015. The Role of Critical Zone Observatories in Critical Zone Science. Developments in Earth Surface Processes 19, 15-78. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-444-63369-9.00002-1.
  213. Liu, W., C-Q. Liu, S.L. Brantley, Z. Xu, T. Zhao, T. Liu, C. Yu, D. Xue, Z. Zhao, L. Cui, Z. Zhang, B. Fan, X. Gu. 2016. Deep weathering along a granite rideline in a subtropical climate. Chemical Geology 427, 17-34.
  214. Brantley, S.L., R.A. DiBiase, T.A. Russo, Y. Shi, H. Lin, K.J. Davis, M. Kaye, L. Hill, J. Kaye, D.M. Eissenstat, B. Hoagland, A.L. Dere, A.L. Neal, K.M. Brubaker, D.K. Arthur. 2016. Designing a suite of measurements to understand the critical zone. Earth Surface Dynamics 4, 211-235; doi: 10.5194/esurf-4-211-2016.
  215. Zachara, J., S. Brantley, J. Chorover, R. Ewing, S. Kerisit, C. Liu, E. Perfect, G. Rother, A. Stack. 2016. Internal domains of natural porous media revealed: critical locations for transport, storage, and chemical reaction. Environmental Science & Technology 50(6), 2811-2829.
  216. Yesavage, T., G.E. Stinchcomb, M.S. Fantle, P.B. Sak, A. Kasznel, S.L. Brantley. 2016. Investigation of a diabase-derived regolith profile from Pennsylvania: mineralogy, chemistry and Fe isotope fractionation. Geoderma 273 83-97.
  217. Dere, A.L., T.S, White, R. April, L. Leidel, N. Bingham, S.L. Brantley. 2016. Mineralogical transformations and soil development in shale across a latitudinal climosequence. Soil Science Society of America doi: 10.2136/sssaj2015.05.0202.
  218. Orlando, J., Comas, X., Hynek, S., Buss, H., Brantley S. L. 2016. Architecture of the deep critical zone in the Rio Icacos watershed (Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory, Puerto Rico) inferred from drilling and ground penetrating radar (GPR) Earth Surface Processes and Landforms doi: 10.1002/esp.3948.
  219. Gu, X., D. Mildner, D. Cole, G. Rother, R. Slingerland, S. Brantley. 2016. Quantification of organic porosity and water accessibility in Marcellus shale using neutron scattering. Energy & Fuels doi: 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.5b02878.
  220. Engel, J.M., L. Ma, P.B. Sak, J. Gaillardet, M. Ren, M. Engle, S.L. Brantley. 2016. Quantifying chemical weathering rates along a precipitation gradient on Basse-Terre Island, French Guadeloupe: new insight from U-series isotopes in weathering rinds. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 195, 29-67. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2016.08.040.
  221. Brantley, S.L., M. Lebedeva, V. Balashov, K. Singha, P.L. Sulliavan, G. Stinchcomb. 2016.Toward a conceptual model relating chemical reaction fronts to water flow paths in hills (invited contribution to special issue). Geomorphology. doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.09.027.
  222. Li, Z., C. You, M. Gonzales, A. K. Wendt, F. Wu, S. L. Brantley. 2016. Searching for anomalous methane in shallow groundwater near shale gas wells. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. doi: 10.1016/j.jconhyd.2016.10.005.
  223. Sullivan, P.L., S. Hynek, X. Gu, K. Singha, T. White, N. West, H. Kim, B. Clarke, E. Kirby, C. Duffy, S.L. Brantley. 2016. Oxidative dissolution under the channel leads geomorphological evolution at the Shale Hills catchment. American Journal of Science 316(10), 981-1026. doi: 10.2475/10.2016.02.
  224. Sullivan, P., L. Ma, N. West, L. Jin, D. Karwan, J. Noireaux, G.Stienhoefel, K.P. Gaines, D. Eissenstat, J. Gaillardet, L. Derry, K. Meek, S. Hynek, S. Brantley. 2016. CZ-tope at Susquehanna Shale Hills CZO: Synthesizing multiple isotope proxies to elucidate Critical Zone processes across timescales in a temperate forested landscape. Chemical Geology 445, 103-119. doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2016.05.012
  225. Li, L., K. Maher, A. Navarre-Sitchler, J. Druhan, C. Meile, C. Lawrence, J. Moore, J. Perdrial, P. Sullivan, A. Thompson, L. Jin, E.W. Bolton, S.L. Brantley, W.E. Dietrich, K. Ulrich Mayer, C.I. Steefel, A. Valocchi, J. Zachara, B. Kocar, J. Mcintosh, B.M. Tutolo, M. Kumar, E. Sonnenthal, C. Bao, and J. Beisman. 2017. Expanding the role of reactive transport models in critical zone processes. Earth-Science Reviews 165, 280-301.
  226. Hsu, L., E. Mayorga, J.S. Horsburgh, M.R. Carter, K.A. Lehnert, S.L. Brantley. 2017. Enhancing interoperability and capabilities of earth science data using the observations data model 2 (ODM2). Data Science Journal 16(4), 1-16.
  227. Brasier, K., K. Jalbert, A. Kinchy, S. Brantley, C. Unroe. 2017. Barriers to sharing water quality data: experiences from the Shale Network. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 445, 103-119. doi: 10.1080/09640568.2016.1276435.
  228. Riebe, C.S., W.J. Hahm, S.L. Brantley. 2017. Controls on deep critical zone architecture: A historical review and four testable hypostheses. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 42(1), 128-156. doi: 10.1002/esp.4052.
  229. Hasenmueller, E., X. Gu, J. Weitzman, T. Adams, G. Stinchcomb, D. Eissenstat, P. Drohan, S. Brantley, J. Kaye. 2017. Weathering of rock to regolith: The activity of deep roots in bedrock fractures. Geoderma 300, 11-31.
  230. Reis, F.D.A. and Brantley S.L. 2017. Models of transport and reaction describing weathering of fractured rock with mobile and immobile water. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 22(3): 735-757. doi: 10.1002/2016JF004118.
  231. Kim, H., G. Stinchcomb, S. Brantley. 2017. Feedbacks among O2 and CO2 in deep soil gas, oxidation of ferrous minerals, and fractures: A hypothesis for steady-state regolith thickness. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 460, 29-40.
  232. Li, L., C. Bao, Y. Shi, P.L. Sullivan, C. Duffy, S. Brantley. 2017. Understanding watershed hydrogeochemical: 2. Synchronized hydrological and geochemical processes drive chemostatic behavior. Water Resources Research 53, 2346-2367. doi: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2016.09.001.
  233. Hoagland, B., T. A. Russo, X. Gu, L. Hill, J. Kaye, B. Forsythe, S. L. Brantley. 2017. Hyporheic zone influcences on concentration-discharge relationships in a headwater sandstone stream. Water Resources Research. doi: 10.1002/2016WR019717.
  234. Heidari, P., L. Li, L. Jin, J.Z. Williams, and S.L. Brantley. 2017. A reactive transport model for Marcellus Shale weathering. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 217, 421-440. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2017.08.011.
  235. Brantley, S.L., D.M. Eissenstat, J.A. Marshall, S.E. Godsey, Z. Balogh-Brunstad, D.L. Karwan, S.A. Papuga, J. Roering, T.E. Dawson, J. Evaristo, O. Chadwick, J.J. McDonnell, and K.C. Weathers. 2017. Reviews and syntheses: On the roles trees play in building and plumbing the Critical Zone. Biogeosciences 14, 5115-5142. doi: 10.1002/2016WR019717. (published on the website for public discussion, March 2017).
  236. Lebedeva, M. and S.L. Brantley. 2017. Weathering and erosion of fractured bedrock systems. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42, 2090–2108. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2017.08.011.
  237. Jin, L., L. Ma, A. Dere, T. White, R. Mathur, S. L. Brantley. 2017. REE mobility and fractionation during shale weathering along a climate gradient. Chemical Geology 446, 352-379. doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2017.06.024.
  238. Brantley, S. L., McDowell, W. H., Dietrich, W. E., White, T. S., Kumar, P., Anderson, S. P., Chorover, J., Lohse, K. A., Bales, R. C., Richter, D. D., Grant, G., and Gaillardet, J.: 2017. Designing a network of critical zone observatories to explore the living skin of the terrestrial Earth. Earth Surace. Dynamics 5, 841-860. doi: 10.5194/esurf-5-841-2017.
  239. Grieve, P.L., S.A. Hynek, V. Heilweil, T. Sowers, G. Llewellyn, D. Yoxtheimer, D.K. Solomon, and S.L. Brantley. 2017. Using environmental tracers and modelling to identify natural and gas well-induced emissions of methane into streams. Applied Geochemistry 91, 107–121. doi: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2017.12.022.
  240. Brantley, S. L., R.D. Vidic, K. Brasier, D. Yoxtheimer, J. Pollak, C. Wilderman, and T. Wen. 2018. Engaging over data on fracking and water quality. Science 359(6374), 395-397. doi: 10.1126/science.aan6520.
  241. Niu, X., A. Wendt, Z. Li, A. Agarwal, L. Xue, M. Gonzales, and S.L. Brantley. 2018. Detecting the effects of coal mining, acid rain, and natural gas extraction in Appalachian basin streams in Pennsylvania (USA) through analysis of barium and sulfate concentrations. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 40(2), 865-885. doi: 10.1007/s10653-017-0031-6.
  242. Niu, Xianzeng, T. Wen, Z Li, and S.L. Brantley. 2018. One Step toward Developing Knowledge from Numbers in Regional Analysis of Water Quality. Environmental Science and Technology 52(6), 3342-3343. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.8b01035.
  243. Richter, Dd, S. A. Billings, P. M. Groffman, E. F. Kelly, K. A. Lohse, W. H. McDowell, T. S. White, S. Anderson, D. D. Baldocchi, S. Banwart, S. L. Brantley, J. J. Braun, Z. S. Brecheisen, C. W. Cook, H. E. Hartnett, S. E. Hobbie, J. Gaillardet, E. Jobbagy, H. F. Jungkunst, C. E. Kazanski, J. Krishnaswamy, D. Markewitz, K. O’Neill, C. S. Riebe, P. Schroeder, C. Siebe, W. L. Silver, A. Thompson, A. Verhoef, and G. Zhang. 2018. Ideas and perspectives: Strengthening the biogeosciences in environmental research networks. Biosciences 15, 4815-4832. doi: 10.5194/bg-15-4815-2018.
  244. Wen, Tao, X. Niu, M. Gonzales, G. Zheng, Z. Li, and S.L. Brantley. 2018. Big groundwater data sets reveal possible rare contamination amid otherwise improved water quality for some analytes in a region of Marcellus Shale development. Environmental Science Technology 52(12), 7149-7159. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.8b01123.
  245. Kim, H., X. Gu, and S.L. Brantley. 2018. Particle fluxes in groundwater change subsurface shale rock chemistry over geologic time. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 500, 180-191. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2018.07.031.
  246. Wendt, A. K., T. Sowers, S. Hynek, J. Lemon, E. Beddings, G. Zheng, Z. Li, J. Z. Williams, and S. L. Brantley. 2018. Scientist-Nonscientist Teams Explore Methane Sources in Streams Near Oil/Gas Development. Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 164 (1), 80-111. doi: 10.1111/j.1936-704X.2018.03286.x
  247. Stinchcomb, G.E., H. Kim, E.A. Hasenmueller, P.L. Sullivan, P.B. Sak, and S.L. Brantley. 2018. Relating Soil Gas to Weathering Using Rock and Regolith Geochemistry. American Journal of Science 318(7), 727-763. doi: 10.2475/07.2018.01
  248. Lebedeva, M.I. and S.L. Brantley. 2018. A clarification and extension of our model of regolith formation on hillslopes. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43(13, 2715-2723. doi: 10.1002/esp.4429
  249. Sak, P.B., M. Murphy, L. Ma, J. Gaillardet, E.M. Herndon, S.L. Brantley, and C. Daniel. 2018. From unweathered core to regolith in a single weathering andesitic clast: Rates and trends of in situ chemical weathering on a tropical volcanic island (Basse Terre Island, French Guadeloupe). Chemical Weathering 498, 17-30. doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.08.015.
  250. Comas, X., W. Wright, S.A. Hynek, R.C. Fletcher, and S.L. Brantley. 2018. Understanding fracture distribution and its relation to knickpoint evolutionin the Rio Icacos watershed (Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory, Puerto Rico) using landscape-scale hydrogeophysics. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. doi: 10.1002/esp.4540.
  251. Li, Li; DiBiase, Roman A.; Del Vecchio, Joanmarie; Marcon, Virginia; Hoagland, Beth; Xiao, Dacheng; Wayman, Callum; Tang, Qicheng; He, Yuting; Silverhart, Perri; Szink, Ismaiel; Forsythe, Brandon; Williams, Jennifer Z.; Shapich, Dan; Mount, Gregory J.; Kaye, Jason; Guo, Li; Lin, Henry; Eissenstat, David; Dere, Ashlee; Brubaker, Kristen; Kaye, Margot; Davis, Kenneth J.; and Brantley, Susan L. 2018. The Effect of Lithology and Agriculture at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Vadose Zone Journal Special Issue: Hydrological Observatories. doi: 10.2136/vzj2018.03.0063
  252. Brantley, S.L.; T. White, N. West, J.Z. Williams, B. Forsythe, D. Shapich, J. Kaye, H. Lin, Y. Shi, M. Kaye, E. Herndon, K.J. Davis, Y. He, D. Eissenstat, J. Weitzman, R. DiBiase, L. Li, W. Reed, K. Brubaker, and X. Gu. 2018. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Shale Hills in the Context of Shaver’s Creek Watershed. Vadose Zone Journal Special Issue: Hydrological Observatories. doi: 10.2136/vzj2018.04.0092.
  253. Woda, Josh; Wen, D. Oakley, D. Yoxtheimer, T. Engelder, M. C. Castro, S. L. Brantley. 2018. Detecting and explaining why aquifers occasionally become degraded near hydraulically fractured shale gas wells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(49): 1234-12358. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1809013115
  254. Aarão Reis, F.D.A., and S.L. Brantley. 2019. The impact of depth-dependent water content on steady state weathering and eroding systems. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 244, 1-26. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2018.09.028
  255. Ma, Lin, Dosseto, J. Gaillardet, P. Sak, and S.L. Brantley. 2019. Quantifying weathering rind formation rates by in situ measurements of U-series isotopes with laser ablation and inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 247, 1-26. doi 10.1016/j.gca.2018.12.020
  256. Wen, Tao, A. Agarwal, L. Xue, A. Chen, A. Herman, Z. Li, and S.L. Brantley. 2019. Assessing changes in groundwater chemistry in landscapes with more than 100 years of oil and gas development. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts. doi: 10.1039/C8EM00385H
  257. Fan, Y., M. Clark, D. Lawrence, S. Swenson, L. Band, S. Brantley, P. Brooks, W. Dietrich, A. Flores, G. Grant, J. Kirchner, D. S. Mackay, J. McDonnell, P.C.D. Milley, P. Sullivan, N. Tague, H. Ajami, N. Chaney, A. Hartmann, P. Hazenberg, J. McNamara, J. Pelletier, J. Perket, E. Rouholahnejad-Freund, T. Wagener, X. Zeng, J. Buzan, M. Huang, B. Livneh, B. Mohanty, B. Nijssen, M. Safeeq, C. Shen, W. van Verseveld, J. Volk, D. Yamazaki. 2019. Structures and Functions of Hillslope Hydrology with Relevance to Earth System Modeling: Syntheses and Testable Hypotheses. Water Resources Research, AGU Centennial Volume on Grand Challenges in the Earth and Space Sciences, 55. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2008.11.035
  258. Holbrook, W. S., V. Marcon, A.R. Bacon, S. L. Brantley, B. J. Carr, B. A. Flinchum, D. D. Richter, C. S. Riebe. 2019. Links between physical and chemical weathering inferred from a 65-m-deep borehole through Earth’s critical zone. Scientific Reports 9(1), 4495-4505. doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-40819-9.
  259. West, N., E. Kirby, A.A. Nyblade, and S.L. Brantley. 2019. Climate preconditions the Critical Zone: Elucidating the role of subsurface fractures in the evolution of asymmetric topography. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 513, 197-205. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.01.039.
  260. Sullivan, P. L., Y. Goddéris, Y. Shi, X. Gu, J. Schott, E. A. Hasenmueller, J. Kaye, C. Duffy, L. Jin, S. L. Brantley. 2019. Exploring the effect of aspect to inform future earthcasts of climate-driven changes in weathering of shale. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface. doi: 10.1029/2017JF004556.
  261. Godderis, Y., J. Schott, S.L. Brantley. 2019. Reactive Transport Models of Weathering. Elements 15(2), 103-106. doi: 10.2138/gselements.15.2.103.
  262. Kim, H., X. Gu, and S. L. Brantley. 2019. Reply to the comment on “Particle fluxes in groundwater change subsurface shale rock chemistry over geologic time.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters 514, 169-171. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.02.017.
  263. Wen, Tao, J. Woda, V. Marcon, X. Niu, Z. Li, and S. L. Brantley. 2019. Exploring How to Use Groundwater Chemistry to Identify Migration of Methane near Shale Gas Wells in the Appalachian Basin. Environmental Science and Technology 53(1), 9317-8327. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.9b02290.

 

Online Pre Print Publications

  • Zheng, G., Liu, M., Wen, T., Wang, H., Yao, H., Brantley, S. L., & Li, Z. (2019). Targeted Source Detection for Environmental Data. ArXiv E-Prints, arXiv:1908.11056.

 

Books Edited

  • White, A.F., S.L. Brantley (eds.) 1995. Chemical Weathering Rates of Silicate Minerals, Mineralogical Society of America Shortcourse, v. 31.
  • Brantley, S.L., Kubicki, J, and White, A.F. (eds.). 2008. Kinetics of Water-Rock Interaction. New York: Springer, 858 pages.

 

Published Datasets

  • Brantley, S.L., B. Ketchum, T. White, P.L. Sullivan. 2006. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Porewater Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100233
  • Brantley, S.L., B. Ketchum, T. White, P.L. Sullivan. 2006. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Stream Water Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100239.
  • Brantley, S.L., R. Ravela, L. Jin, J. Nuester, P.L. Sullivan. 2007. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Porewater Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100234.
  • Brantley, S.L., R. Ravela, L. Jin, J. Nuester, P.L. Sullivan. 2007. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Stream Water Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100240.
  • Brantley, S.L., L. Jin, D. Andrews, G. Holmes, M. Holleran, J.Z. Williams, E. Herndon, P.L. Sullivan. 2008. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Porewater Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100235.
  • Brantley, S.L., L. Jin, D. Andrews, G. Holmes, M. Holleran, J.Z. Williams, E. Herndon, C.J. Duffy, P.L. 2008. Sullivan. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Stream Water Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100241.
  • Brantley, S. L., L. Jin, D. Andrews, G. Holmes, M. Bhatt, M. Holleran, N. Kaiser, J.Z. Williams, E. Herndon, P.L. Sullivan. 2009. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Porewater Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100236.
  • Brantley, S.L., L. Jin, D. Andrews, G. Holmes, M. Bhatt, M. Holleran, N. Kaiser, J.Z. Williams, E. Herndon, C.J. Duffy, P.L. Sullivan. 2009. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Stream Water Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100242.
  • Brantley, S.L., E. Bazilevskaya, D. Andrews, J.Z. Williams, E. Herndon, G. Holmes, M. Bhatt, M. Holleran, T. Yesavage, E. Thomas, P.L. Sullivan. 2010. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Porewater Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi:10.1594/IEDA/100237.
  • Brantley, S.L., E. Bazilevskaya, D. Andrews, J.Z. Williams, E. Herndon, G. Holmes, M. Bhatt, M. Holleran, T. Yesavage, E. Thomas, C.J. Duffy, P.L. Sullivan. 2010. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory Stream Water Chemistry, EarthChem Digital Library, doi: 10.1594/IEDA/100243.

 

Chapters in Books

  1. Sheridan, R., S.L Brantley, L.C. Allen (1979). Use of Electrostatic Fingerprints to Determine the Receptor Site Conformation of Enkephalins, in Drug Action and Design: Mechanism-based Enzyme Inhibitors, A. Kolman, ed. Elsevier North-Holland, 289-302.
  2. Brantley, S.L., S.R. Crane, D.A. Crerar, R. Hellmann, R. Stallard (1986). Dislocation Etch Pits in Quartz, in Geochemical Processes at Mineral Surfaces, J.A. Davis and K.F. Hayes, eds., American Chemical Society, Washington, 635-649.
  3. White, A.F., S.L. Brantley (1995). Chemical Weathering Rates of Silicate Minerals: An Overview, in Chemical Weathering Rates of Silicate Minerals, A.F. White and S.L. Brantley (eds.). Mineralogical Society of America Short Course 31, 1-22.
  4. Brantley, S.L., Y. Chen (1995). Chemical Weathering Rates of Pyroxenes and Amphiboles, in Chemical Weathering Rates of Silicate Minerals, A.F. White and S.L. Brantley (eds.). Mineralogical Society of America Short Course 31, 119-172.
  5. Brantley, S.L., D.M. Fisher, P. Deines, M.B. Clark, G. Myers (1997). Segregation Veins: Evidence for the Deformation and Dewatering of a Low-grade Metapelite, in Deformation-enhanced Fluid Transport in the Earth’s Crust and Mantle, M. B. Holness, (ed.), Chapman, Hall, London, 266-287.
  6. Brantley, S.L., A.F. White, M. Hodson (1999). Surface Area of Primary Silicate Minerals, in Growth and Dissolution in Geosystems, B. Jamtveit and P. Meakin (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 291-326.
  7. Mellott, N.P., S.L. Brantley, C.G. Pantano (2002). Topography of Polished Plates of Albite Crystal and Glass During Dissolution, in Water-Rock Interactions, Ore Deposits, and Environmental Geochemistry, A Tribute to David A. Crerar, Hellmann R. and Wood S. (eds.), The Geochemical Society, Spec. Pub. No.7, 83- 96.
  8. Brantley, S.L (2003). Reaction Kinetics of Primary Rock-forming Minerals Under Ambient Conditions, in Fresh Water Geochemistry, Weathering, and Soils, J.I. Drever (ed.), v. 5 of Treatise on Geochemistry, K.K. Turekian and H.D. Holland (eds.), Pergamon Press, Oxford, 73-118.
  9. Brantley, S.L., S.S. Ruebush, J-H. Jang, M. Tien (2006). Analysis of (Bio) Geochemical Kinetics of Fe III Oxides, in Methods for Study of Microbe-Mineral Interactions (ed. P. A. Maurice and L. A.Warren), The Clay Mineral Society, Chantilly, VA 14, 79-116.
  10. Brantley, S.L., C.F. Conrad (2008). Analysis of Rates of Chemical Reactions, in Kinetics of Water-Rock Interaction, S.L. Brantley, J.D. Kubicki, & A.F. White (eds.), Springer, NewYork. 1-35.
  11. Bandstra, J.Z., S.L. Brantley (2008). Data Fitting Techniques with Applications to Mineral Dissolution Kinetics,in Kinetics of Water-Rock Interaction, S. L. Brantley, J. D. Kubicki and A.F. White (eds.), Springer, New York. 211-257.
  12. Bandstra, J.Z., H.L. Buss, K. Campen, L.J. Liermann, J. Moore, E.M. Hausrath, A.K. Navarre, J-H Jang, S.L. Brantley (2008). Appendix: Compilation of Mineral Dissolution Rates in Kinetics of Water-Rock Interaction, S. L. Brantley, J. D. Kubicki and A.F. White (eds.). Springer, New York. 731-808.
  13. Brantley, S.L. (2008). Kinetics of Mineral Dissolution, in Kinetics of Water-Rock Interaction S.L. Brantley, J.D. Kubicki, & A.F. White (eds.), Springer, New York. 151-196.
  14. Brantley, S.L., A.F. White (2009). Approaches to Modeling Weathered Regolith in Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Water-Rock Interaction, E.H. Oelkers and J. Schott, (eds.), Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 70(1), 435-484.
  15. Chabaux, F., L. Ma, P. Stille, E. Pelt, M. Granet, D. Lemarchand. R. di Chiara Roupert, S.L. Brantley (2011). Determination of chemical weathering rates from U series nuclides in soils and weathering profiles: principles, applications and limitations. Applied Geochemistry 26, S20-S23. doi: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2011.03.019.
  16. Brantley, S.L., M. Lebedeva, E.M. Hausrath (2012). A Geobiological View of Weathering and Erosion, Ch. 12 in Fundamentals of Geobiology, A. Knoll, D. Canfield, and K. Konhauser (eds.), Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 205-227. doi: 10.1002/9781118280874.
  17. Brantley, S. L., M. Lebedeva, M., E. Bazilevskaya (2013). Relating weathering fronts for acid neutralization and oxidation to pCO2 and pO2, Ch.15 in Treatise on Geochemistry (Second Edition), Vol 6: The Atmosphere – History, Farquhar, J., Kasting, J., and Canfield, D. (eds.), Elsevier Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp 327-352.
  18. Brantley, S. L., Olsen, A. (2013). Reaction Kinetics of Primary Rock-Forming Minerals under Ambient Conditions, Ch. 3 in Treatise on Geochemistry (Second Edition), Vol 7: Surface and Groundwater, Weathering and Soils, Drever, J.I. (ed.), Elsevier Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp 69-113.
  19. Navarre-Sitchler, A., S.L. Brantley, G. Rother (2015). How porosity increases during incipient weathering of crystalline silicate rocks. In Pore Scale Geochemical Processes (Invited chapter), C. Steefel, S. Emmanuel, L. Anovitz (eds.), Mineralogical Society of America/Geochemical Society Short Course Volume, pp 331-354.
  20. White, T., S. Brantley, S. Banwart, J. Chorover, W. Dietrich, L. Derry, K. Lohse, S. Anderson, A. Aufdenkampe, R. Bales, P. Kumar, D. Richter, B. McDowell (2015). Chapter 2 –The Role of Critical Zone Observatories in Critical Zone Science, in Developments in Earth Surface Processes 19, Principles and Dynamics of the Critical Zone (eds. Giardino, J., and Houser, C.), Elsevier, 15-78. ISBN 978-0444633699. doi 10.1016/B978-0-444-63369-9.00002-1.
  21. Sullivan, P. L., Li Li, Y. Godderis, and S. L. Brantley (2020). Poised to Hindcast and Earthcast the Effect of Climate on the Critical Zone: Shale Hills as a Model. In Biogeochemical Cycles: Ecological Drivers and Environmental Impact (Eds K. Dontsova, Z. Balogh-Brunstat, G.L. Roux), Wiley. ISBN 9781119413301.

 

Non-refereed Publications, Published Reports and Opinion Pieces

  • “America’s Academic Future: Presidential Young Investigator Workshop on U.S. Engineering, Mathematics, and Science Education for the Year 2010 and Beyond,” National Science Foundation, 1992.
  • Review of U.S. Dept. of Energy Technical Basis Report for Surface Characteristics, Preclosure Hydrology, and Erosion, Committee for Yucca Mountain Peer Review: Surface Characteristics, Preclosure Hydrology, and Erosion, National Academy Press, Washington D.C., 1995.
  • Remediation at the Moab Site – Now and for the Long Term. National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington D.C., 2002.
  • Brantley, S.L., T.S. White, A.F. White, D. Sparks, D. Richter, K. Pregitzer, L. Derry, O. Chorover, R. April, S. Anderson, R. Amundson. 2006. Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone: Report of a workshop sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), October 24-26 2005, Newark, DE, 30 p.
  • Hofmockel, M., D. Richter, D. Miller, S.L. Brantley. 2007. Building Critical Zone Research Cyberinfrastructure. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union 88(50), 560.
  • Brantley, S.L., C. Wilderman, J. Abad. 2012. Workshop discusses database for Marcellus water issues. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union 93(34) 328, Supplement.
  • Brantley, S.L., A. Meyendorff. March 13, 2013. Facts on Fracking (op ed). International Herald Tribune.
  • Brantley, S.L., A. Meyendorff. April 9, 2013. Revisiting the Facts on Fracking (response to a letter to the editor). International Herald Tribune.
  • Brantley, S.L., R. Vidic, J. Pollak. 2013. Project asks what’s in the water after fracking at depth. EOS Transactions American Geophysical Union 95(45) 409-411.
  • Banwart, S.A., J. Chorover, J. Gaillardet, D. Sparks, T. White, S. Anderson, A. Aufdenkampe, S. Bernasconi, S. Brantley, O. Chadwick, W.L.E. Dietrich, C. Duffy, M. Goldhaber, K. Lehnert, N. Nikolaidis, K.V. Ragnarsdottir. 2013. University of Delaware Conference, Newark, DE, 27-30 October, 2013. Sustaining Earth’s Critical Zone, Basic Science and Interdisciplinary Solutions for Global Challenges. University of Sheffield, UK, 47 pages.
  • Brantley, S. L. 2015. Drinking water while fracking: now and in the future. 2015. Groundwater News and Views 53(1), 21-23.
  • Brantley, S.L., W.E. Dietrich, S. Banwart. 2015. December CZ Science International Workshop; San Francisco, California, 13-14 December 2014. An International Initiative for Science in the Critical Zone. EOS – Earth and Space Science News 96, doi:10.1029/2015EO031111.
  • Williams, J.Z., S. Dykhoff, J. Pollak, and S.L. Brantley. 2017. ONLINE EXTRA: Bringing the Outdoors In: Application of Hydrogeology Education Tools, In The Trenches, 7(4): online.
  • National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Investigative Strategies for Lead-Source Attribution at Superfund Sites Associated with Mining Activities. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24898 (contributors: Committee on Sources of Lead Contamination at or near Superfund Sites; Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology; Division on Earth and Life Studies; National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine)

 

Unpublished Reports

  • America’s Academic Future: Presidential Young Investigator Workshop on U.S. Engineering, Mathematics, and Science Education for the Year 2010 and Beyond. National Science Foundation, 1992.
  • Review of U.S. Dept. of Energy Technical Basis Report for Surface Characteristics, Preclosure Hydrology, and Erosion, Committee For Yucca Mountain Peer Review: Surface Characteristics, Preclosure Hydrology, and Erosion, National Academy Press, Washington DC. 2002 Remediation at the Moab site – Now and for the Long Term. National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington D.C. 1995.
  • Remediation at the Moab site – Now and for the Long Term. National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. 2002.
  • Brantley, S.L.,T.S. White, A.F. White, D. Sparks, D. Richter, K. Pregitzer, L. Derry, O. Chorover, R. April, S. Anderson, R. Amundson. Frontiers in Exploration of the Critical Zone: Report of a workshop sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), October 24-26 2005, Newark, DE, 30 p. 2006.
  • Brantley, S.L., C. Wilderman, J. Abad. Workshop discusses database for Marcellus water issues. EOS, Transactions 93(34), 328. Supplement. 2012.
  • Brantley, S.L., A. Meyendorff. Facts on Fracking (op ed). International Herald Tribune, March 13, 2013.
  • Brantley, S.L., A. Meyendorff. Revisiting the Facts on Fracking (response to a letter to the editor). International Herald Tribune, April 9, 2013.
  • Brantley, S.L., R. Vidic, J. Pollak. Project asks what’s in the water after fracking at depth. EOS 95(45) 409-411. 2013.
  • Banwart, S.A., J. Chorover, J. Gaillardet, D. Sparks, T. White, S. Anderson, A. Aufdenkampe, S. Bernasconi, S. Brantley, O. Chadwick, W.L.E. Dietrich, C. Duffy, M. Goldhaber, K. Lehnert, N. Nikolaidis, K.V. Ragnarsdottir. University of Delaware Conference, Newark, DE, 27-30 October, 2013. Sustaining Earth’s Critical Zone, Basic Science and Interdisciplinary Solutions for Global Challenges. University of Sheffield, UK, 47 pages.
  • Brantley, S.L., W.E. Dietrich, S. Banwart. 2015. December CZ Science International Workshop; San Francisco, California, 13-14 December 2014. An International Initiative for Science in the Critical Zone. EOS – Earth and Space Science News. 96, doi: 10.1029/2015EO031111.

 

Published Poetry

  • Brantley, S.L., 2002. Ode to a Geochemist, Water-Rock Interactions, Ore Deposits, and Environmental Geochemistry, A Tribute to David A Crerar, Hellmann R. and Wood S. (ed.), The Geochemical Society, Spec. Pub. No. 7, xv-xvii.

 

Published Conference Proceedings (Extended Abstracts)

  • Brantley, S.L., D.A. Crerar, B. Evans. 1986. Rates and mechanisms of porosity reduction in quartz: Implications for fluid flow in rocks. Proceedings Fifth International Conference on Water-Rock Interactions, Reykjavik, Iceland, 79-82.
  • Brantley, S.L., D. Voigt. 1989. Fluids in metamorphic rocks: Effects of fluid chemistry on quartz microcrack healing. Proceedings Sixth International Conference on Water-Rock Interactions, Malvern, England, 113-116.
  • Brantley, S.L., J. Donovan. 1990. Marine evaporites, bittern seepage, and the genesis of subsurface brines. Chemical Geology 84, 187-189.
  • Brantley, S.L. 1992. Kinetics of dissolution and precipitation experimental and field results. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Water-Rock Interactions, Park City, Utah.
  • Stillings, L.L., S.L. Brantley, M.L. Machesky. 1992. Multisite proton adsorption at the feldspar-water interface. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Water-Rock Interactions, Park City, Utah.
  • Agustsdottir, A.M., S.L., Brantley, M.T. Godmundsson, H. Bjornsson. 1992. Volatile release rates from the Grimsvotn volcano. Iceland, Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Water-Rock Interactions, Park City, Utah.
  • Shiraki, R., S.L. Brantley. 1992. Precipitation kinetics of calcite at elevated temperatures. Proceedings Seventh International Conference on Water-Rock Interactions, Park City, Utah.
  • Foster, A.L., G.E. Brown, Jr., G.A. Parks, T.N. Tingle, D.E. Voigt, S.L. Brantley. 1997. XAFS determination of As(V) associated with Fe(III) hydroxides in weathered mine tailings and contaminated soil from California, U.S.A, Proceedings au Journal de Physique III d’avril, Colloque, Journal Physics of France. Cd-815-816.
  • Nugent, M., P. Maurice, S.L. Brantley. 1998. The field dissolution rate of feldspar in a Pennsylvania (USA) sposol as measured by atomic force microscopy. Proceedings Ninth International Conference on Water-Rock Interactions, New Zealand.
  • Brantley, S.L., L. Liermann, B. Kalinowski, S. Givens, C.G. Pantano, A. Barnes. 1999. Abiotic vs. biotic dissolution of hornblende. Geochemistry of the Earths Surface, Armannsson, H. (ed.), Balkema, Rotterdam, 357-359.
  • Brantley, S.L., M. Bau, S. Yau, B. Alexander. 2001. Interpreting kinetics of groundwater-mineral interaction using major element, trace element, and isotopic tracers, Proceedings Tenth International Conference on Water-Rock Interaction, Villasimius, Italy, Cidu, R. (ed.), Balkema, Rotterdam, 13-18.
  • Ruiz, J., R. Mathur, S.L. Brantley, J.L. Uhrie. 2002. Experimental constraints on Cu fractionation in natural environments. Sixth International Symposium on Geochemistry of the Earth’s Surface, Honolulu, Hawaii, 283-285.
  • Moore J., A.F. White, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Effects of giant sequoia on soil chemistry. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London, V.2, 1341-1345.
  • Buss, H.L., P.B. Sak, A.F. White, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Mineral dissolution at the granite-saprolite interface. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London, V.1, 819-823.
  • Hausrath, E.M.,L.J. Liermann, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Enhanced dissolution in the presence of methanogens. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London, V.1, 1123-1125.
  • Navarre, A., P.B. Sak, S.L.Brantley. 2004. Processes controlling weathering rind advancement on Costa Rican basalt clasts, Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London,V. 1, 853-857.
  • Cameron, V., Z. Zhang, C.H. House, S.L. Brantley. 2004. A search for hydrothermal tungsten ligands, Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London,V. 2, 1269-1273.
  • Mathur, R., J. Ruiz, L.J. Liermann, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Cu isotopic fractionation associated with oxidation of Cu sulfide with and without T. ferrooxidans. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London, V.1, 1327-1330.
  • Neaman, A., J. Chorover, S.L. Brantley.2004. The effect of organic ligands on basalt and granite weathering. Proceedings of the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London, V.1, 1347-1350.
  • Zimmerman, A.R., S.L. Brantley, S.L., K.G. Goyne, J. Chorover. 2004. Investigations of the effects of mineral mesopores on the adsorption and preservation of organic matter. Proceedings of the Eleventh Inter. Symposium on Water-rock Interaction, R. Wanty & R. Seal (eds.) Taylor & Francis Group, London, V.1, 1059.
  • Washton, N.M., R. Fry, K.T. Mueller, S.L. Brantley. 2004. Toward a quantitative understanding of reactive surface hydroxyl density in feldspar minerals. Proceedings of;the Eleventh International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction (WRI-11), R. Wanty & R. Seal II (eds.), Saratoga Springs NY, 1665-1669.
  • Dere, A., T. White, L. Jin, D. Harbor, M. Townsend, S.L. Brantley. 2010. Shale weathering rates across a continental-scale climosequence. Nineteenth World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a Changing World, Aug. 1-6, 2010, Brisbane Australia, 27-30.
  • Niu, X., K.A. Lehnert, J. Williams, S.L. Brantley, 2011. CZChemDB and EarthChem: Advancing management and access of critical zone geochemical data. Applied Geochemistry 26, 5108-5111.
  • Jin, L., S.L. Brantley. 2011. Soil chemistry and shale weathering on a hillslope influenced by convergent hydrologic flow regime at the Susquehanna/Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Applied Geochemistry 26, S51-S56.
  • Chabaux, F., L. Ma, P. Stille, E. Pelt, M. Granet, D. Lemarchand, R. di Chiara Roupert, S. L. Brantley. 2011. Determination of chemical weathering rates from U series nuclides in soils and weathering profiles: Principles, applications and limitations. Applied Geochemistry 26(1), S20-S23.
  • Brantley, S.L., H. Buss, M. Lebedeva, R.C. Fletcher, L. Ma.2011. Investigating the complex interface where bedrock transforms to regolith. Applied Geochemistry 26, S12-S15.
  • Ma, L., L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. 2011. Geochemical behaviors of different element groups during shale weathering at the Susquehanna/Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Applied Geochemistry 26(1), S89-S93.
  • Herndon, E.M., S.L. Brantley.2011. Movement of manganese contamination through the Critical Zone. Applied Geochemistry 26, S40-S43.