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1. House, K.Z., J.A. Higgins, E.A. Olivetti, C.H. House, and D.P. Schrag (201?) The use of
alkalinity engineering for CO2 mitigation (in preparation).

2. Higgins, J.A., and D.P. Schrag (201?) Magnesium isotopes in pelagic carbonates: implications
for Cenozoic seawater chemistry and climate (in preparation).

3. Maloof, A., S.M. Porter, J.L. Moore, F.O. Dudas, S. Bowring, J.A. Higgins, D.A. Fike, and
M.P. Eddy (2010) Earliest Cambrian record of animal and ocean geochemical change,
Geological Society of America Bulletin, 122 (11-12), 1731-1774.

4. Higgins, J.A. and D.P. Schrag (2010) Constraining magnesium cycling in marine sediments:
Insights from magnesium isotopes, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74(17), 5039-5053.

5. Higgins, J.A., W.W. Fischer, and D.P. Schrag (2009) Oxygenation of the ocean and
sediments: Consequences for the seafloor carbonate factory.  Earth and Planetary Science
Letters, 284, 25-33.

6. P.F. Hoffman, G.P. Halverson, E.W. Domack, J.M. Husson, J.A. Higgins, and D.P. Schrag
(2007) Are basal Ediacaran (635 Ma) post-glacial “cap dolostones” diachronous?  Earth and
Planetary Science Letters, 258, 114-131.

7. Higgins, J.A. and D.P. Schrag (2006) Beyond methane: Towards a theory for the PaleoceneEocene Thermal Maximum. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 245, 523-537.

8. S. Barker, J.A. Higgins, and H. Elderfield (2003) The future of the carbon cycle: review,
calcification response, ballast and feedback on atmospheric CO2. Philosophical Transactions of
the Royal Society of London Series A – Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences, 361
(1810), 1977-1998.

9. Higgins, J.A. and D.P. Schrag (2003) Aftermath of a Snowball Earth. Geochemistry,
Geophysics, Geosystems, 4 (3), 1028, doi:10.1029/2002GC000403.