Publications

2020

  1. Glein, C., Gould, I., Lorance, E., Hartnett, H., and Shock, E. (2020) Mechanisms of decarboxylation of phenylacetic acids and their sodium salts in water and high temperature and pressure. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 269, 597-621.

  2. Robinson, K.J., Gould, I.R., Fecteau, K.M., Hartnett, H.E., Williams, L.B., and Shock, E.L. (2020) Metastable equilibrium among oxygen- and nitrogen-bearing organic compounds at hydrothermal conditions. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 272, 93-104.

  3. Nye, J., Shock, E. and Hartnett, H. (2020) A novel PARAFAC model for continental hot springs reveals unique organic carbon compositions. Organic Geochemistry 141, 103964.
    Boyer, G., Schubotz, F., Woods, J., Summons, R. and Shock, E. (2020) Carbon oxidation state in microbial polar lipids suggests adaptation to hot spring temperature and redox gradients. Front. Microbiol. 11, article 229, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2020.00229

  4. Guild, M., and Shock, E.L. (2020) Predicted speciation of carbon in subduction zone fluids. In: Carbon in Earth’s Interior (C. Manning, J.-F. Lin and W. Mao, eds.) Geophysical Monograph 249, American Geophysical Union, Wiley & Sons, pp. 285-302.

  5. Canovas, P.C. III and Shock, E.L. (2020) Energetics of the citric acid cycle in the deep biosphere. In: Carbon in Earth’s Interior (C. Manning, J.-F. Lin and W. Mao, eds.) Geophysical Monograph 249, American Geophysical Union, Wiley & Sons, pp. 303-327.

  6. Lim, D.S.S., Raineault, N.A., Breier, J.A., Chan, E., Chernov, J., Cohen, T., Deans, M., Garcia, A., German, C., Hauer, M., Hu, S., Huber, J., Kane, R., Nawotniak, S.K., Lees, D., Lowe, J., Lubetkin, M., Marsh, L., Milesi, V., Miller, M., Mirmalek, Z., Saunders, M., Sharif, K., Shields, A., Shock, E., Smith, A., and Sylva, S. (2020) SUBSEA 2019 Expedition to the Gorda Ridge. Oceanography 33 supplement, 36-37.

  7. Leong J.M., and Shock E.L. (2020) Thermodynamic constraints on the geochemistry of low-temperature, continental, serpentinization-generated fluids. American Journal of Science 320, 185-235.


2019

  1. Robinson K.J., Gould I.R., Fecteau K.M., Hartnett H.E., Williams L.B., Shock E.L. (2019) Deamination reaction mechanisms of protonated amines under hydrothermal conditions. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 244, 113-128. 10.1016/j.gca.2018.09.020

  2. Fecteau, K.M., Gould, I.R., Glein, C.R., Williams, L.B., Hartnett, H.E., and Shock, E.L. (2019) Production of carboxylic acids from aldehydes under hydrothermal conditions: A kinetic study of benzaldehyde. ACS Earth & Space Chemistry 3, 179-191.

  3. Lim, D.S.S., Raineault, N.A., Alanis, B., Brier, J.A., Chan, E., Emerson, D., Garcia, A., German, C.R., Huber, J.A., Kobs Nawotniak, S., Milesi, V., Shields, A., Shock, E., Smith, A., Seewald, J.S., Trembath-Reichert, E., Mirmalek, Z., Miller, M.J., Cohen, T., Lees, D., and Deans, M. (2019) SUBSEA 2018 Expedition to the Lō`ihi Seamount, Hawai’i. Oceanography 32, supplement, 48-49.

  4. St Clair, B., Pottenger, J., Debes, R., Hanselmann, K., and Shock, E. (2019) Distinguishing biotic and abiotic iron oxidation at low temperatures. ACS Earth & Space Chemistry 3, 905-921.

  5. Bockisch, C., Lorance, E.D., Shaver, G., Williams, L.B., Hartnett, H.E., Shock, E.L., and Gould, I.R. (2019) Selective green hydrothermal reductions using geomimicry. Green Chemistry 21, 4159-4168.

  6. Lindsay, M.R., Colman, D.R., Amenabar, M.J., Fristad, K.E., Fecteau, K.M., Debes, R.V., Spear, J.R., Shock, E.L., Hoehler, T.M., and Boyd, E.S. (2019) Probing the geological source and biological fate of hydrogen in Yellowstone hot springs. Environmental Microbiology 21, 3816-3830. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.14730.

  7. Shock, E., Bockisch, C., Estrada, C., Fecteau, K., Gould, I., Hartnett, H., Johnson, K., Robinson, K., Shipp, J., and Williams, L. (2019) Earth as organic chemist. In: Deep Carbon, Past to Present (eds.: B. Orcutt, I. Daniel, R. Dasgupta) Cambridge University Press pp. 415-446.

  8. Fecteau, K.M., Gould, I.R., Williams, L.B., Hartnett, H.E., Johnson, K.N., Shock, E.L. (2019) Bulk gold catalyzes hydride transfer in the Cannizzaro and related reactions. New Journal of Chemistry 43, 19137-19148. DOI: 10.1039/c9nj04029c.


2018

  1. Colman D.R., Poudel S., Hamilton T.L., Havig J.R., Selensky M.J., Shock E.L., Boyd, E.S. (2018) Geological feedbacks and the evolution of thermoacidophiles. ISME Journal 12, 225-236. doi:10.1038/ismej.2017.162.

  2. Yang Z., Gould I.R., Williams L.B., Hartnett H.E., Shock E. L. (2018) Effects of iron-containing minerals on hydrothermal reactions of ketones. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 223, 107-126.

  3. Bockisch C., Lorance E.D., Hartnett H.E., Shock E.L., Gould I.R. (2018) Kinetics and mechanisms of dehydration of secondary alcohols under hydrothermal conditions. ACS Earth & Space Chemistry 2, 821-832.

  4. Lindsay M.R., Amenabar M.J., Fecteau K.M., Debes R.V., Fernandes M.C., Urschel M.R., Fristad K.E., Xu H., Hoehler T.M., Shock E.L., Boyd E.S. (2018) Subsurface processes influence oxidant availability and chemoautotrophic hydrogen metabolism in Yellowstone hot springs. Geobiology 16, 674-692.


2017

  1. Canovas P.C. III, Hoehler T., Shock E.L. (2017) Geochemical bioenergetics during low-temperature serpentinization: An example from the Samail ophiolite, Sultanate of Oman. Jour. Geophys. Res. - Biogeosciences 122, 1821-1847, doi:10.1002/2017JG003825.

  2. Amenabar M.J., Shock E.L., Roden E.E., Peters J.W., Boyd E.S. (2017) Microbial substrate preference dictated by energy demand rather than supply. Nature Geoscience 10, 577-581, doi:10.1038/ngeo2978.

  3. Pizzarello S., Shock E. (2017) Carbonaceous chondrite meteorites: The chronicle of an evolutionary path between stars and life. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere 47, 249-260, doi:10.1007/s11084-016-9530-1.

  4. Venturi S. Tassi F., Gould I.R., Shock E.L., Hartnett H.E., Lorance E.D., Bockisch C., Fecteau K.M., Capecchiacci F., Vaselli O. (2017) Mineral-assisted production of benzene under hydrothermal conditions: insights from experimental studies on C6 cyclic hydrocarbons. Jour. Volc. Geothermal Res. 346, 21-27.


2016

  1. Sharp Z.D., Gibbons JA., Maltsev O., Atudorei V., Pack A., Sengupta S., Shock E.L., Knauth L.P. (2016) A calibration of the triple oxygen isotope fractionation in the SiO2 - H2O system and applications to natural samples. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 186, 105-119.

  2. Colman D.R., Feyhl-Buska J., Robinson K.J., Fecteau K.M., Xu H., Shock E.L., Boyd E.S. (2016) Ecological differentiation in planktonic and sediment-associated chemotrophic microbial populations in Yellowstone hot springs. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (9) article fiw137, doi: 10.1093/femsec/fiw137.

  3. Canovas P.C. III, Shock E.L. (2016) Geobiochemistry of metabolism: Standard state thermodynamic properties of the citric acid cycle. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 195, 293-322.

  4. Chapman E.J., Childers D.L. Shock E.L. (2016) A thermodynamic analysis of ecosystem development in northern wetlands. Wetlands 36, 1143-1153.


2015

  1. Schubotz, F., Hays, L., Meyer-Dombard, D.R., Gillespie, A., Shock, E.L., and Summons, R.E. Stable isotope labeling confirms mixatrophic nature of streamer biofilm communities at alkaline hot springs. Frontiers in Microbiology. (2015)

  2. Yang, Z., Hartnett, H.E., Shock, E.L. and Gould, I.R. Organic oxidations using geomimicry. J. Org. Chem. (2015)

  3. Shock, E.L., and Boyd, E.S. Principles of geobiochemistry. Elements. (2015)

  4. Neveu, M. Desch, S.J., Shock, E.L. and Glein, C.R. Prerequisites for explosive cryovolcanism on dwarf planet-class Kuiper belt objects. Icarus (2015).


2014

  1. Boyd, E.S., Hamilton, T.L., Havig J.R., Skidmore M. and Shock, E.L. Chemolithotrophic primary production in a subglacial ecosystem. Applied & Environmental Microbiology (2014).

  2. Oiler, J., Shock, E., Hartnett, H., and Yu, H. Harsh environment sensor array-enabled hot spring mapping. IEEE Sensors Journal (2014).

  3. Shipp, J., Gould, I.R., Shock, E.L., Williams, L.B., and Hartnett, H.E. Sphalerite is a geochemical catalyst for carbon-hydrogen bond activation. PNAS (2014).

  4. Yang, Z., Lorance, E.D., Bockisch, C., Williams, L.B., Hartnett, H.E., Shock, E.L. and Gould, I.R. Hydrothermal photochemistry as a mechanistic tool in organic geochemistry: The chemistry of dibenzyl ketone. Journal of Organic Chemistry (2014).


2013

  1. Amend, J.P., LaRowe, D.E., Shock, E.L., and McCollom, T.M. The energetics of organic synthesis inside and outside the cell. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2013).

  2. Dick, J.M. and Shock, E.L. A metastable equilibrium model for the relative abundances of microbial phyla in a hot spring. PLoS ONE (2013).

  3. Glein, C. and Shock, E.L. A geochemical model of non-ideal solutions in the methane-ethane-propane-nitrogen-acetylene system on Titan. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2013).

  4. Kelemen, P., Al Rajhi, A., Godard, M., Ildefonse, B., Koepke, J., MacLeod, C., Manning, C., Michibayashi, K., Nasir, S., Shock, E., Takazawa, E. and Teagle, D. Scientific Drilling and Related Research in the Samail Ophiolite, Sultanate of Oman. Scientific Drilling (2013).

  5. Manning, C.E., Shock E. L. and Sverjensky, D.A. The chemistry of carbon in aqueous fluids at crustal and upper-mantle conditions: experimental and theoretical constraints. Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2013).

  6. Marusenko, Y., Shipp, J., Hamilton, G.A., Morgan, J.L.L., Keebaugh, M., Hill, H., Dutta, A., Zhuo, X., Upadhyay, N., Hutchings, J., Herckes, P., Anbar, A., Shock, E., and Hartnett, H. Bioavailability of nonparticulate hematite to Arabidopsis thaliana. Environmental Pollution (2013).

  7. Oiler, J., Shock, E., Hartnett, H. and Yu, H. MEMS harsh environment sensor array-enabled hot spring physical parameter mapping. IEEE Sensors 2013 (2013).

  8. Pappalardo, R.T., Vance, S., Bagenal, F., Bills, B.G., Blaney, D.L., Blankenship, D.D., Brinckerhoff, W.B., Connerney, J.E.P., Hand, K.P., Hoehler, T.M., Kurth, W.S., McGrath, M.A., Mellon, M.T., Moore, J.M., Patterson, G.W., Prockter, L.M., Senske, D.A., Shock, E.L., Smith, D.E. Science potential from a Europa lander. Astrobiology (2013).

  9. Romano, C., D’Imperio, S., Woyke, T., Mavromatis, K., Laskin, R., Shock, E.L., and McDermott, T. Comparative genomic analysis of phylogenetically closely related Hydrogenobaculum sp. from Yellowstone National Park. Applied & Environmental Microbiology (2013).

  10. Schubotz, F., Meyer-Dombard, D.R., Bradley, A.S., Fredricks, H.F., Hinrichs, K.-U., Shock, E.L., and Summons, R.E. Lipid compositions of streamer biofilm communities in the Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park. Geobiology (2013).

  11. Shipp, J., Gould, I., Herckes, P., Shock, E., Williams, L., and Hartnett, H. Organic functional group transformations in water at elevated temperature and pressure: Reversibility, reactivity, and mechanisms. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2013).

  12. Shock, E.L., Canovas, P., Yang, Z., Boyer, G., Johnson, K., Robinson, K., Fecteau, K., Windman, T., and Cox, A. Thermodynamics of organic transformations in hydrothermal fluids. Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2013).


2012

  1. Boyd, E.S., Fecteau, K., Havig, J.R., Shock, E.L. and Peters, J.W. Modeling the habitat range of phototrophic microorganisms in Yellowstone National Park: Toward the development of a comprehensive fitness landscape. Frontiers in Microbiological Chemistry (2012).

  2. Loiacono, S.T., Meyer-Dombard, D.R. Havig, J.R., Poret-Peterson, A.T., Hartnett, H.E., and Shock, E.L. Evidence of high-temperature in situ nif transcription in an alkaline hot spring of Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park. Environmental Microbiology (2012).

  3. Meyer-Dombard, D.R., Shock, E.L. and Amend, J.P. (2012). Effects of elevated trace element concentrations on culturing thermophiles. Extremophiles (2012).

  4. Miller-Coleman, R.L., Dodsworth, J.A., Ross, C., Shock, E.L., Williams A.J., Hartnett, H.E., McDonald, A., Havig, J.R., and Hedlund, B.P. Korarchaeota diversity, biogeography, and abundance in Yellowstone and Great Basin hot springs and prediction of Korarchaeota habitat based on machine learning. PLoS ONE (2012).

  5. Paukert, A.P., Matter, J.M., Kelemen, P.B., Shock, E.L. and Havig, J.R. Reactive transport modeling of enhanced in situ CO2 mineralization in the peridotite of the Samail ophiolite aquifer, Sultanate of Oman. Chemical Geology (2012).

  6. Swingley, W.D., Meyer-Dombard, D.R., Alsop, E.B., Falenski, H.D., Havig, J.R., Shock, E.L. and Raymond, J. Coordinating environmental genomics and geochemistry reveals metabolic transitions in a hot spring ecosystem. PLoS ONE (2012).

  7. Yang, Z., Gould, I.R., Williams, L., Hartnett, H., and Shock, E.L. The central role of ketones in reversible and irreversible hydrothermal organic functional group transformations. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2012).

  8. Zhuo, X., Boone, C. and Shock, E. Soil lead distribution and environmental justice in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Environmental Justice (2012).


2011

  1. Boyd, E.S., Lange, R.K., Mitchell, A.C., Havig, J. R., Hamilton, T.L., Shock, E.L., Peters, J.W., and Skidmore, M. Diversity, abundance, and potential activity of nitrifying and denitrifying microbial assemblages in a subglacial ecosystem. Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2011).

  2. Cox, A. Shock, E. and Havig, J. The transition to microbial photosynthesis in hot spring ecosystems. Chemical Geology (2011).

  3. Dick, J.M. and Shock, E.L. Calculation of the relative chemical stabilities of proteins as a function of temperature and redox chemistry in a hot spring. PLoS ONE (2011).

  4. Havig, J.R., Raymond, J., Meyer-Dombard, D., Zolotova, N., and Shock, E.L. Merging isotopes and community genomics in a siliceous sinter-depositing hot spring. Journal of Geophysical Research (2011).

  5. McKay, C.P., Schulze-Makuch, D., Boston, P.J., ten Kate, I.R., Davila, A.F. and Shock, E. The next phase in our search for life: An expert discussion. Astrobiology (2011).


2010

  1. Glein, C.R. and Shock, E.L. (2010). Sodium chloride as a geophysical probe of a subsurface ocean on Enceladus. Geophysical Research Letters (2010).

  2. Shock E.L., Holland, M.E., Meyer-Dombard, D.R., Amend, J.P., Osburn, G.R., and Fischer, T. Quantifying inorganic sources of geochemical energy in hydrothermal ecosystems, Yellowstone National Park, USA. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2010).

  3. Shock, E.L. and Canovas P.C. The potential for abiotic organic synthesis and biosynthesis at seafloor hydrothermal systems. Geofluids (2010).

  4. Vick T.J., Dodsworth J.A., Costa K.C., Shock E.L., and Hedlund B.P. Microbiology and geochemistry of Little Hot Creek, a hot spring environment in Long Valley Caldera. Geobiology (2010).

  5. Pizzarello S., and Shock E. The organic composition of carbonaceous meteorites: The evolutionary story ahead of biochemistry. Origins of Life (2010).


2009

  1. Costa, K.C., Navarro, J.B., Shock, E.L. Zhang, C.L., Soukup, D., and Hedlund, B.P. Microbiology and geochemistry of Great Boiling and Mud Hot Springs in the United States Great Basin. Extremophiles (2009).

  2. Glein, C.R., Desch, S.J., and Shock, E.L. The absence of endogenic methane on Titan and its implications for the origin of atmospheric nitrogen. Icarus (2009).

  3. Shock, E.L. Minerals as energy sources for microorganisms. Economic Geology (2009).


2008

  1. Glein, C. R., Zolotov, M. Yu., and Shock, E. L. (2008). The oxidation state of hydrothermal systems on early Enceladus. Icarus 197, 157-163 (2008).

  2. Prapaipong, P., Morris, J.D. Lindvall, R.E., Enssle, C. and Shock, E.L. Rapid transport of anthropogenic lead through soils in southeast Missouri. Applied Geochemistry (2008).

  3. Westerhoff, P., Prapaipong, P., Shock, E. and Hillaireau, A. Antimony leaching from polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic used for bottled drinking water. Water Research (2008).

  4. Zhang, C., Ye, Q., Huang, Z., Li, W., Chen, J., Song, Z., Zhao, W., Bagwell, C., Inskeep, W.P., Ross, C., Gao, L., Weigel, J., Romanek, C.S., Shock, E.L., and Hedlund, B.P. Global occurrence of archaeal amoA genes in terrestrial hot springs. Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2008).

  5. Shock, E.L., Glein, C., Canovas, P., and Windman, T. Hydrothermal geochemistry and the deep biosphere. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on the Properties of Water and Steam (2008).


2007

  1. Everett Shock, M Holland. Quantitative habitability. Astrobiology (2007).

  2. J Smith, Everett Shock. A thermodynamic analysis of microbial growth experiments. Astrobiology (2007).

  3. T Windman, N Zolotova, F Schwandner, Everett Shock. Formate as an energy source for microbial metabolism in chemosynthetic zones of hydrothermal ecosystems. Astrobiology (2007).


2006

  1. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock, J O'Connell. Corresponding-states correlations for estimating partial molar volumes of nonelectrolytes at infinite dilution in water over extended temperature and pressure ranges. Fluid Phase Equilibria (2006).

  2. A Plyasunov, N Plyasunova, Everett Shock. Group contribution values for the thermodynamic functions of hydration at 298.15 K, 0.1 MPa. 3. Aliphatic monoethers, diethers, polyethers. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (2006).

  3. A Plyasunov, N Plyasunova, Everett Shock. Group contribution values for the thermodynamic functions of hydration at 298.15 K, 0.1 MPa. 4. Aliphatic nitriles and dinitriles. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (2006).

  4. MYu Zolotov, M Mironenko, Everett Shock. Thermodynamic constraints on fayalite formation on parent bodies of chondrites. Meteoritics & Planetary Science (2006).


2005

  1. D Meyer-Dombard, Everett Shock, J Amend. Archaeal and bacterial communities in geochemically diverse hot springs of Yellowstone National Park, USA. Geobiology (2005).

  2. Mikhail Zolotov, Everett Shock. Formation of Jarosite-bearing Deposits Through Aqueous Oxidation of Pyrite at Meridiani Planum, Mars. Geophysical Research Letters (2005).

  3. N Plyasunova, A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Group contribution values for the thermodynamic functions of hydration at 298.15 K, 0.1 MPa. 2. Aliphatic thiols, alkyl sulfides, and polysulfides. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (2005).

  4. Shock, Everett (Author) ,Holland, M (Author) ,Meyer-Dombard, D (Author) ,Amend, J P (Author) . Geochemical sources of energy for microbial metabolism in hydrothermal ecosystems: Obsidian Pool, Yellowstone National Park, USA. Geothermal Biology and Geochemistry in Yellowstone National Park (2005).


2004

  1. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Prediction of the Krichevskii parameter for volatile nonelectrolytes in water. Fluid Phase Equilibria (2004).

  2. A Plyasunov, N Plyasunova, Everett Shock. Group contribution values for the thermodynamic functions of hydration of aliphatic esters at 298.15K and 0.1Mpa. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (2004).

  3. M Schulte, Everett Shock. Coupled organic synthesis and mineral alteration on meteorite parent bodies. Meteoritics and Planetary Science (2004).

  4. M Zolotov, Everett Shock. A model for low temperature biogeochemistry of sulfur, carbon and iron on Europa. Jour. Geophys. Res (2004).

  5. N Plyasunova, A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Database of thermodynamic properties for aqueous organic compounds. International Journal of Thermophysics (2004).

  6. Shock, Everett (Author) ,Holland, M E (Author) . Geochemical energy sources that support the subseafloor biosphere. The Subseafloor Biosphere at Mid-Ocean Ridges (2004).


2003

  1. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Prediction of the vapor-liquid distribution constants for volatile nonelectrolytes in H2O up to the critical temperature of water. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2003).

  2. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Second cross virial coefficients for interactions involving water. Critical data compilation. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (2003).

  3. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock, R Wood. Second cross virial coefficients for interactions involving water. Correlations and group contribution values. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (2003).

  4. J Amend, K Rogers, Everett Shock, S Gurrieri, S Inguaggiato. Energetics of chemolithoautotrophy in the hydrothermal system of Vulcano Island, southern Italy. Geobiology (2003).

  5. M Zolotov, Everett Shock. Energy for biologic sulfate reduction in a hydrothermally formed ocean on Europa. Jour. Geophys. Res (2003).

  6. Shock, Everett (Author) ,Carbery, K (Author) ,Noblitt, N (Author) ,Schnall, B (Author) ,Kogan, P (Author) ,Rovito, S (Author) ,Berg, A (Author) ,Liang, J (Author) . Water and solute sources in an urban stream, River des Peres, St. Louis, Missouri. At the Confluence: Rivers, Floods, and Water Quality in the St. Louis Region (2003).

  7. Stueber, A M (Author) ,Shock, Everett (Author) ,Abendroth, M T (Author) ,Calero, G A (Author) ,Torrico, A C (Author) . Water quality in the karst terrain of southwestern Illinois. At the Confluence: Rivers, Floods, and Water Quality in the St. Louis Region (2003).


2002

  1. A Reysenbach, Everett Shock. Merging genomes with geochemistry in hydrothermal ecosystems. Science (2002).

  2. Everett Shock. Seeds of life?. Nature (2002).


2001

  1. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Correlation strategy for determining the parameters of the revised Helgeson-Kirkham-Flowers model for aqueous nonelectrolytes. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2001).

  2. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Group contribution values of the infinite dilution thermodynamic functions of hydration for aliphatic non-cyclic hydrocarbons, alcohols and ketones at 298.15 K and 0.1 MPa. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (2001).

  3. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. The Krichevskii parameter for aqueous nonelectrolytes. Jour. Supercritical Fluids (2001).

  4. A Plyasunov, J O'Connell, R Wood, Everett Shock. Semiempirical equation of state for the infinite dilution thermodynamic functions of hydration of nonelectrolytes over wide ranges of temperature and pressure. Fluid Phase Equilibria (2001).

  5. J Amend, Everett Shock. Energetics of overall metabolic reactions in thermophilic and hyperthermophilic Archaea and Bacteria. FEMS Microbiology Reviews (2001).

  6. L Wetzel, J Raffensperger, Everett Shock. Predictions of hydrothermal alteration within near-ridge oceanic crust from coordinated geochemical and fluid flow models. Jour. Volcanology and Geothermal Res (2001).

  7. M Schulte, Everett Shock, R Wood. The temperature dependence of the standard state thermodynamic properties of aqueous nonelectrolytes. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2001).

  8. M Zolotov, Everett Shock. The composition and stability of salts on the surface of Europa and their oceanic origin. Jour. Geophys. Res (2001).

  9. Mikhail Zolotov, Everett Shock. Stability of condensed hydrocarbons in the solar nebula. Icarus (2001).

  10. P Prapaipong, Everett Shock. Estimation of standard-state entropies of association for aqueous metal-organic complexes and chelates at 25°C and 1 bar. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2001).

  11. R Criss, Everett Shock. Flood enhancement through flood control. Geology (2001).

  12. S Sakane, W Liu, D Doren, Everett Shock, R Wood. Prediction of the Gibbs energies and an improved equation of state for water at extreme conditions from ab initio energies with classical simulations. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2001).

  13. Shock, Everett. Geochemical habitats in hydrothermal systems. Kluwer (2001).

  14. Shock, Everett. Hydrothermal water/rock/organic/microbe interactions. Publishers (2001).

  15. Stueber, A, Thompson, E, Criss, R, Shock, Everett. Land use, hydrology and water quality in a karst watershed: Resolution of water quality issues at the local level. (2001).


2000

  1. A Plyasunov, Everett Shock. Standard state Gibbs energies of hydration of hydrocarbons at elevated temperatures as evaluated from experimental phase equilibria studies. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2000).

  2. A Plyasunov, J O'Connell, R Wood, Everett Shock. Infinite dilution partial molar properties of aqueous solutions on nonelectrolytes. II. Equations for the standard thermodynamic functions of hydration of volatile nonelectrolytes over wide ranges of conditions including subcritical temperatures. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (2000).

  3. L Wetzel, Everett Shock. Distinguishing ultramafic- from basalt-hosted submarine hydrothermal systems by comparing calculated vent fluid compositions. Jour. Geophys. Res (2000).

  4. M Zolotov, Everett Shock. A thermodynamic assessment of the potential synthesis of condensed hydrocarbons during cooling and dilution of volcanic gases. Jour. Geophys. Res (2000).

  5. M Zolotov, Everett Shock. An abiotic origin for hydrocarbons in the Allan Hills 84001 martian meteorites through cooling of magmatic and impact-generated gases. Meteoritics Planet. Sci (2000).

  6. Amend, J P (Author) ,Shock, Everett (Author) . Thermodynamics of amino acid synthesis in hydrothermal systems on the early Earth. Perspectives in Amino Acid and Protein Geochemistry (2000).

  7. Shock, Everett (Author) . Organic acids. Oxford Companion to the Earth (2000).

  8. Shock, Everett (Author) . Origin of life: Geochemical constraints. Oxford Companion to the Earth (2000).

  9. Shock, Everett. Thermodynamic response of organic compounds in geochemical processes of sedimentary basins. (2000).