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CURRICULUM VITAE As of May 2020 Jeffrey Paul Chanton Fellow, American Geophysical Union Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor John W. Winchester Professor of Oceanography Aldo Leopold Fellow Tallahassee Scientific Society Gold Metal, 2018. Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Telephone: 850-644-7493, fax: 850-644-2581.
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A key step to improving Zn and probably many other trace metal isotope mass-balance studies is an improved understanding of the isotopic composition of oceanic inputs to, and outputs from, sediments, including the mechanisms by which metal isotopes are sequestered by authigenic mineral phases (117,119,122). Irrespective of these uncertainties, the cases of Fe and Zn outlined above exemplify.