Reports: Table of Contents

Here you can browse the latest reports on some of the more than 500 active grants awarded by the PRF and learn more about advanced energy research happening now. The reports are organized according to title, institution, principal investigator, and grant type. Learn about Grant Types.

Browse Reports by Title, by Institution, or by Principal Investigator


50755-ND2: Boron Isotope Effects in Synthetic Calcium Carbonates: For a Better Reconstruction of Paleo-Ocean pH Sang-Tae Kim, PhD
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50760-ND2: Mercury Isotopes as a Novel Tool for Reconstructing the Evolution of the Ancient Atmosphere and Oceans Galen Pippa Halverson, PhD
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51001-ND2: Compound-Specific Isotopes of Methanogenic Precursors in Coal: Laboratory, Field and Modeling Studies Jennifer McIntosh
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51690-ND2: Re-Examination of Environmental Controls on Bacterial Branched Tetraether Lipids using North American Soils Yongsong Huang, PhD
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51785-ND2: Elucidation of Reactions Mediated by Sulfidic Carbonate and Clay Depositions: The Search for New Organic Reactions Mediated by Natural Materials Salvatore D. Lepore, PhD
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51786-ND2: Site-Specific Isotope Fractionation of Hydrocarbons by Quantitative NMR Spectroscopy Juske Horita, PhD
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51822-ND2: Ni Isotopes as Novel Methanogenesis Tracers in Organic-rich Sediments Richard Pancost
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52142-ND2: A Potential Fungal Contribution to the Selective Preservation of Long-chain Hydrocarbon Functionality in Soils and Sediments Neal E. Blair, Ph.D.
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52222-ND2: Linking Coastal Terrestrial Ecosystems and Eustatic Sea-Level Changes: A Case Study in the Tornillo Group (Big Bend National Park, TX) Gabriel Bowen
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52457-ND2: Examining Evidence for a Dynamic Sulfur Cycle During the Early Triassic with Isotopic Measurements of Carbonate Associated Sulfate Jonathan L. Payne
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52623-ND2: Multiple Sulfur Isotope Tests for Sulfur Radical Chemistry During Petroleum Formation and Degradation Shuhei Ono, PhD
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