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[Anonymous].  2008.  Zn isotopic fractionation caused by sorption on goethite and 2-Lines ferrihydrite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 72(19):4886-4900.
Allard T, Weber T, Bellot C, Damblans C, Bardy M, Bueno GT, Nascimento NR, Fritsch E, Benedetti MF.  2011.  Tracing source and evolution of suspended particles in the Rio Negro Basin (Brazil) using chemical species of iron. Chemical Geology. 280(1-2):79-88.
Lloret E, Dessert éline, Buss HL, Chaduteau C, Huon S, Alberic P, Benedetti MF.  2016.  Sources of dissolved organic carbon in small volcanic mountainous tropical rivers, examples from Guadeloupe (French West Indies). Geoderma. 282:129-138.
Bardy M, Derenne S, Allard T, Benedetti MF, Fritsch E.  2011.  Podzolisation and exportation of organic matter in black waters of the Rio Negro (upper Amazon basin, Brazil). Biogeochemistry. 106(1):71-88.
[Anonymous].  2009.  Organic complexation and translocation of ferric iron in podzols of the Negro River watershed. Separation of secondary Fe species from Al species. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 73(7):1813-1825.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Effect of Radiation-Induced Amorphization on Smectite Dissolution. Environmental Science & Technology. 44(7):2509-2514.
Pérez MAP, Moreira-Turcq P, Gallard H, Allard T, Benedetti MF.  2011.  Dissolved organic matter dynamic in the Amazon basin: Sorption by mineral surfaces. Chemical Geology.
Juillot F, Maréchal C, Morin G, Jouvin D, Cacaly S, Telouk P, Benedetti MF, Ildefonse P, Sutton S, Guyot F et al..  2011.  Contrasting isotopic signatures between anthropogenic and geogenic Zn and evidence for post-depositional fractionation processes in smelter-impacted soils from Northern France. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 75(9):2295-2308.
Amor M, Busigny V, Durand-Dubief M, Tharaud M, Ona-Nguema G, Gélabert A, Alphandéry E, Menguy N, Benedetti MF, Chebbi I et al..  2015.  Chemical signature of magnetotactic bacteria. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(6):1699-1703.