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Bindeman I.N., Bayon G., Palandri J. (2019) Triple oxygen isotope investigation of fine-grained sediments from major world’s rivers: Insights into weathering processes and global fluxes into the hydrosphere.  Eath Planet Sci Lett. Doi: 10.1016/epsl2019.115851

Zakharov* D.O., Bindeman I.N., Serebryakov NS, Prave AR,  Azimov PY, Babarina I. (2019) Low δ18O rocks in the Belomorian belt, NW Russia, and Scourie dikes, NW Scotland: A record of ancient meteoric water captured by the early Paleoproterozoic global mafic magmatism. Precambrian Research, 333, Art 05431,

Zakharov* D.O., Bindeman I.N., et al (2019) Triple oxygen isotope systematics as a tracer of fluids in the crust: A validation study from modern geothermal systems of Iceland. Chem Geol. in press.

Rempel AW,  Bindeman IN (2019) A model for the development of stable isotopic water signatures of tephra deposited on ice following subglacial caldera collapse. J Volcanol Geotherm Research,377, 131-145.

Giachetti T, Hudak M., Shea T., Bindeman I.N., Hoxsie E.C. (2019) Magma degassing and pyroclast rehydration during and after the 1060 CE Glass Mountain eruption of Medicine Lake Volcano, California. Eath Planet Sci Lett.In press

Schaltegger, U, A Nowak, A Ulianov, CM Fisher, A Gerdes, R Spikings, MJ Whitehouse, I Bindeman, JM Hanchar, J Duff, JD Vervoort, T Sheldrake, L Caricchi, P Brack, O Müntener (2019) Zircon Petrochronology and 40Ar/39ArThermochronology of the Adamello Intrusive Suite, N. Italy: Monitoring the Growth and Decay of an Incrementally assembled magmatic system. Journal of Petrology60 (4), 701-722

Watts, KE, DA John, JP Colgan, CD Henry, IN Bindeman, JW Valley (2019) Oxygen isotopic investigation of silicic magmatism in the Stillwater caldera complex, Nevada: Generation of large-volume, low-δ18O rhyolitic tuffs and assessment of their regional context in the Great Basin of the western United States. GSA Bulletin131 (7-8), 1133-1156

Zakharov* D.O., Bindeman I.N. (2019) Triple oxygen and hydrogen isotopic study of hydrothermally altered rocks from the 2.43-2.41 Ga Vetreny belt, Russia: An insight into the early Paleoproterozoic seawater. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,248, p. 185-209 DOI: 10.1016/j.gca.2019.01.014

Seligman A.N., Bindeman I.N. (2019) The δ18O of primary and secondary waters in hydrous volcanic glass. J Volcanol Geotherm Research. V. 371, 72-85.

Colon* D.P., Bindeman I.N., Gerya T.V. (2019) Understanding the isotopic and chemical evolution of Yellowstone hot spot magmatism using magmatic-thermomechanical modeling. Journal Volcanol Geothermal Research, 370, 13-30. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2018.12.003

Bindeman IN, Leonov VL, Colón* DP, Rogozin AN, Shipley N, Jicha B, Loewen MW and Gerya TV (2019) Isotopic and Petrologic Investigation, and a Thermomechanical Model ofGenesis of Large-Volume Rhyolites in Arc Environments: Karymshina Volcanic Complex, Kamchatka, Russia. Front. Earth Sci. 6:238. doi: 10.3389/feart.2018.00238

Loewen M.W., Graham D., Bindeman I.N., Garcia M.O. (2019) Hydrogen isotopes in high 3He/4He submarine basalts: Primordial vs. recycled water and the veil of mantle enrichment. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 508:62-73, DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2018.12.012


Bindeman I.N., Zakharov* D., Palandri J., Greber N.D., Retallack, G.J., Hoffman A., Dauphas N., Lackey J.S., Bekker A. (2017) Rapid growth of subaerial crust and the onset of a modern hydrologic cycle at 2.5 Ga. Nature   557(7706):545-548, DOI: 10.1038/s41586-018-0131-1  (UO and other News Agencies extensive news coverage)

Colón* D.P, Ilya N. Bindeman, Taras Gerya (2018) Understanding the structure of the magmatic plumbing system at Yellowstone with high-resolution thermomechanical-magmatic modeling J Geophys Res, DOI: 10.1029/2018GL077090  (UO and other News Agencies extensive news coverage)

Bindeman I.N., Schmitt AK, Lundstrom CC, Hervig RL (2018) Stability of Zircon and Its Isotopic Ratios in High-Temperature Fluids: Long-Term (4 months) Isotope Exchange Experiment at 850°C and 50 MPa. Frontiers Earth Sci. 6, 10.3389/feart.2018.00059.

Melnik O.E., and Bindeman I.N. (2018) Modeling of trace elemental zoning patterns in accessory minerals with emphasis on the origin of micron scale oscillatory zoning in zircon. American Mineralogist,

Trail, D., Patrick Boehnke, Paul S. Savage, Ming-Chang Liu, Martha L. Miller, and Ilya Bindeman (2018) Origin and significance of Si and O isotope heterogeneities in Phanerozoic, Archean, and Hadean zircon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS)

Hudak* M.R., Bindeman I.N. (2018) Conditions of pinnacle formation and glass hydration in cooling ignimbrite sheets from H and O isotope systematics at Crater Lake and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes. Earth and Planetary Sciences Letters 500:56-66. DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2018.07.032

Seligman* A.N. Bindeman I.N. (2018) The d18O of primary and secondary waters in hydrous volcanic glass. Geochim Cosmochim Acta GCA-D-16-00616R1 in review

Seligman* A.N., Bindeman I.N., Van Eaton A., HoblittR. (2018)Isotopic insights into the degassing and secondary hydration of volcanic glass from the 1980 eruptions of Mount St. Helens. Bull. Volcanol. 80(4) DOI: 10.1007/s00445-018-1212-6

Lowenstern JB, Vincent van Hinsberg, Kim Berlo, Moritz Liesegang, Kayla Iacovino, Ilya N. Bindeman and Heather M. Wright (2018) Opal-A in Glassy Pumice, Acid Alteration, and the 1817 Phreatomagmatic Eruption at Kawah Ijen (Java), Indonesia. Frontiers  Earth Sci. 6,

Vazquez, J.A., Stelten, M., Bindeman I.N., and Cooper K. (2017) A field trip guide to the petrology of Quaternary volcanism on the Yellowstone Plateau. Scientific Investigations Report 2017-5022-Q.

Greber N.D., Dauphas N., Bekker A.., Bindeman I.N.,  Hoffman A., (2017) Titanium isotopic evidence for felsic crust and plate tectonics 3.5 billion years ago. Science. 357(6357):1271-1274


Zakharov* D.O., I.N. Bindeman, A.I. Slabunov, M. Ovtcharova, M.A. Coble, N.S. Serebryakov, and U. Schaltegger (2017) Dating the Paleoproterozoic snowball Earth glaciations using contemporaneous subglacial hydrothermal systems. Geology 45(7) DOI: 10.1130/G38759.1

Bindeman I.N., Lowenstern J.B. (2016) Low-δD hydration rinds in Yellowstone perlites record rapid syneruptive hydration during glacial and interglacial conditions. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology. 171: 89. doi:10.1007/s00410-016-1293-1

Budd D., Troll. V., Deegan F.,…Bindeman I.N. (2017) Magma reservoir dynamics at Toba caldera, Indonesia, recorded by oxygen isotope zoning in quartz. Nature Scientific Reports 7:40624 · DOI: 10.1038/srep40624 ·

 Colón*, D., Bindeman I.N., Jörn-Frederik Wotzlaw, Eric H. Christiansen, Richard R.A. Stern, (2017) The submission id is: Origins and evolution of rhyolitic magmas in the central Snake River Plain: Insights from coupled high precision geochronology, oxygen isotope, and hafnium isotope analysis of zircons” Contrib Mineral Petrol, DOI:10.1007/s00410-017-1437-y

Loewen M., Bindeman I.N., Melnik O. (2016) Eruption mechanisms and short duration of large rhyolitic lava flows of Yellowstone. Earth and Planet Sci Lett, DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2016.10.034

Qi, H., Tyler B. Coplen, Matthias Gehre, Torsten W. Vennemann#, Willi A. Brandt, Heike Geilmann, Gerard Olack, Ilya N. Bindeman, Jim. Palandri, Li Huang , Fred J. Longstaffe (2017) New biotite and muscovite isotopic reference materials, USGS57 and USGS58, for d2H measurements-a replacement for NBS 30. Chem Geol,

 Bindeman I.N., and Lee J.-E. (2017) The possibility of obtaining ultra-low-18O signature of precipitation near equatorial latitudes during the Snowball Earth glaciation episodes. Precambrian Research, DOI: 10.1016/j.precamres.2017.07.030

Dixon J.E.,  Bindeman I.N., Kingsley R., Simons K.,  LeRoux P,  Rau Hajewski T, Swart P,  Langmuir C., Ryan J, Walowski K, Wada I., Wallace P (2017) Light Stable Isotopic Compositions of Enriched Mantle Sources: Resolving the Dehydration Paradox. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 10.1002/2016GC006743

Yogodzinski G., Kelemen PB, Hoernle K, Brown ST, Bindeman IN, Vervoort JD, Sims KW,  Portnyagin M; Werner R (2017) Sr and O Isotopes in Western Aleutian Seafloor Lavas: Implications for the Source of Fluids and Trace Element Character of Arc Volcanic Rocks, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2017.07.007

Martin E., Bindeman I.N., Balan E., Palandri J. Seligman A., and Villemant B. (2017) Hydrogen isotope determination by TC/EA technique in application to volcanic glass as a window into secondary hydration J Volcanol Geothermal Res,. DOI: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2017.10.013

Ellis B.S., D. Szymanowski, J. F. Wotzlaw, A. K. Schmitt, I. N. Bindeman, J. Troch, C. Harris, O. Bachmann and M. Guillong (2017) Post-caldera Volcanism at the Heise Volcanic Field: Implications for Petrogenetic Models. Journal of Petrology 58(1):115-136 · DOI: 10.1093/petrology/egx007

Troch J.,  Ellis BS, Mark DF,  Bindeman IN,  Kent AJR,  Guillong M, Bachmann O. (2017) Rhyolite Generation prior to a Yellowstone Supereruption: Insights from the Island Park–Mount Jackson Rhyolite Series. Journal of Petrology, 1–24doi: 10.1093/petrology/egw071


Kamenetsky V.S., Roland Maas, Maya Kamenetsky[..], Bindeman I.N., …[] Jean-Guy Schilling (2017) Multiple mantle sources of continental magmatism: Insights from “high-Ti” picrites of Karoo and other large igneous provinces. Chem Geol 455, 22-31 


Bindeman I.N., Bekker A., Zakharov O. (2016) Oxygen isotope perspective on crustal evolution on early Earth: A record of Precambrian shales with emphasis on Paleoproterozoic glaciations and Great Oxygenation Event. Earth Planet Sci Lett,

Bindeman I.N., Melnik O.E. (2016) Zircon survival, rebirth and recycling during crustal melting, magma crystallization, and mixing based on numerical modelling. Journal of Petrology. DOI: 10.1093/petrology/egw013 [pdf]

Loewen M., Bindeman I.N. (2016) Oxygen isotope thermometry reveals high magmatic temperatures and petrogenetic differences between hot-dry Yellowstone/ Snake River Plain and Icelandic rhyolites compared to cold-wet systems. American Mineralogist, DOI: 10.2138/am-2016-5591[pdf]

Loewen M., Bindeman I.N. (2015) Oxygen isotope and trace element evidence for two-stage geochemical control on the petrogenesis of the youngest episode (260-79 ka) of Yellowstone rhyolitic volcanism, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 170:39 [pdf]

Wotzlaw J.F., Bindeman I.N., Stern R., Abzac, X., Schaltegger U. 2015. Rapid heterogeneous assembly of multiple magma reservoirs prior to Yellowstone supereruptions” Nature Scientifc Reports, 5:14026 | DOi: 10.1038/srep14026 [pdf]]

Drew D. L., Bindeman I. N, Loewen M., Wallace P.J. 2016. Initiation of large-volume silicic centers in the Yellowstone hotspot track: Insights from H2O and F-rich quartz-hosted rhyolitic melt inclusions in the Tuff of Arbon Valley of the Snake River Plain, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 171: 10-30.  DOI 10.1007/s00410-015-1210-z [pdf]

Dylan P. Colón, Ilya N. Bindeman, Ben S. Ellis, Axel K. Schmitt, Chris M. Fisher (2015) Hydrothermal alteration and melting of the crust during the Columbia River Basalt-Snake River Plain transition and the origin of low-δ18O rhyolites of the central Snake River Plain. Lithos, v. 224-225, p. 310-323.[pdf]

Szymanowski D, B. S. Ellis, J. F.   Wotzlaw, Y. Buret, A. von Quadt, I. Peytcheva, I. N. Bindeman, O. Bachmann (2016) Geochronological and isotopic records of crustal storage and assimilation in the Wolverine Creek–Conant Creek system, Heise eruptive centre, Snake River Plain. Contrib Mineral Petrol  171:106 DOI 10.1007/s00410-016-1314-0

Childress, T.M., Adam C. Simon, Warren C. Day, Craig C. Lundstrom, and Ilya N. Bindeman (2016) Iron and Oxygen Isotope Signatures of the Pea Ridge and Pilot Knob Magnetite-Apatite Deposits, Southeast Missouri, USA. Economic Geology 111(8):2033-2044 ·DOI: 10.2113/econgeo.111.8.2033

Dylan P. Colón, Ilya N. Bindeman, Richard Stern, Chris M. Fisher (2015) How do mantle plumes interact with the continental crust: Evidence from isotopically diverse rhyolites coeval with the Columbia River Flood Basalts. Terra Nova, 27, 270-276 [pdf]

Gurenko A., Bindeman I.N., Sigurdsson I.A. (2015) Magmatic digestion of the crust and origin of silicic magmas in Iceland: insights from partially melted leucocratic xenoliths, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 169, no. 5, p. 1–21

Bindeman I.N., Anikin A.P., Schmitt A.K. (2015). Archean xenocrysts in modern volcanic rocks from Kamchatka – insight into the basement and paleodrainage. Journal of Geology. 124(2), DOI: 10.1086/684833


Bindeman I.N., Simakin A.G. (2014) Rhyolites – hard to produce but easy to recycle and sequester: integrating microgeochemical observations and numerical models. Geosphere, v 10, no 5 dii: 10.1130/GES00969.1 [.pdf]

J.F. Wotzlaw, I.N. Bindeman, K.E. Watts, A.K. Schmitt, L. Caricchi, U. Schaltegger,2014, Linking rapid magma reservoir assembly and eruption trigger mechanisms at evolved Yellowstone-type supervolcanoes, Geology, v. 42 no. 9 p. 807-810 [.pdf]

Seligman A., Bindeman I.N., McClaughry J., Stern R., Fisher C. 2014. Plume-triggered delaminations and the earliest low δ18O caldera-forming eruptions of the Yellowstone plume: Implications for large Oregon calderas. Frontiers in Earth Sciences, doi: 10.3389/feart.2014.00034,

Castro J.M., Bindeman I.N., Tuffen H., Schipper C.I. 2014. Explosive origin of silicic lava: Textural and δD–H2O evidence for pyroclastic degassing during rhyolite effusion. Earth Planet Sci Lett, 405(2014)52–61. [.pdf]

Martin, E., S. Bekki, C. Ninin, and I. Bindeman (2014), Volcanic sulfate aerosol formation in the troposphere, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 119, doi:10.1002/ 2014JD021915.

Schattel N.,  Portnyagin M.,  Golowin R., Hoernle K., Bindeman I.N. (2014) Contrasting conditions of rift and off-rift silicic magma origin on Iceland. Geophysical Res Lett 41, 5813-5820.

Bindeman I.N., Serebryakov N.S., Schmitt A.K., Vazquez J., Guan Y., Astafiev B., Azimov P.Ya., Dobrzhinetskaya L. (2014) Field and microanalytical isotopic investigation of ultra-depleted in 18-O Paleoproterozoic “Slushball Earth” rocks from Karelia, Russia
Geosphere, April issue, doi:10.1130/GES00952.1.[.pdf]

Seligman A., Bindeman I.N., Jicha B., Ellis B., Leonov V.L., Ponomareva V.V. (2014) Multi-Cyclic and Isotopically Diverse Silicic Magma Generation in an Arc Volcano: Gorely Eruptive Center, Kamchatka, Russia. J. Petrol, doi: 10.1093/petrology/egu034 [pdf]

Danielle Ziva Shulaker, Axel K. Schmitt, Thomas Zack and Ilya Bindeman (2015) In-situ oxygen isotope and trace element geothermometry of rutilated quartz from Alpine fissures. American Mineralogist, v. 100, p. 915-925.

G. Jacques, K. Hoernle,J. Gill, F. Hauff, H. Wehrmann, D. Garbe-Schönberg,P. van den Bogaard, I. Bindeman, L.E. Lara, 2013. Across-arc geochemical variations in the Southern Volcanic Zone, Chile (34.5- 38.0°S): Constraints on mantle wedge and slab Input compositions. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 123, Pages 218–243. [pdf]

Edwards, B.R., Karson J., Wysocki, R., Lev E., Bindeman, I., and Kueppers, U., 2013, Insights on lava–ice/snow interactions from large-scale basaltic melt experiments: Geology, v. 41, p. 851-854.[pdf]

Folkes C.B., de Silva S.L., Bindeman I.N., Cas, C. (2013) Tectonic and climate history influence the geochemistry of large-volume silicic magmas: new δ18O data from the Central Andes with comparison to N America and Kamchatka. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 262: 90-102.[pdf]

Drew D.L., Bindeman I.N., Watts K., Schmitt A.K., Fu B., McCurry M. 2013. Crustal scale recycling in caldera complexes and rift zones of the Snake River Plain: O and Hf isotopic evidence in diverse zircons from low-<delta>18O rhyolites of the Picabo volcanic field, Idaho. Earth Planet Sci Lett 381, 63-77. [pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Lundstrom C., Bopp C., Huang F (2013) Stable isotope (O, H, Li) fractionation by thermal diffusion through partially molten wet and dry silicate rocks: the unrealized behavior of dissolved H2O in a temperature gradient. Earth and Planet Sci Lett, 365, 51-62. [pdf]

Nolan G., Bindeman I. (2013) Experimental investigation of rates and mechanisms of isotope exchange (O, H) between volcanic ash and isotopically-labeled water. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 111, 5-27. [pdf]



Wotzlaw J.F., Bindeman I.N., Schaltegger U., Brooks C.K., Naslund H.R. (2012) High-resolution insights into episodes of crystallization, hydrothermal alteration and remelting in the Skaergaard intrusive complex, Earth and Planet Sci Lett. 355-356, p. 199-212. [pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Gurenko A., Carley T., Miller C., Martin E. Sigmarsson O. (2012) Insight into silicic magma petrogenesis in Iceland based on oxygen isotope diversity and disequilibria between zircon and magma. Terra Nova, 24, 227-232. [.pdf]

Simakin A.G., Bindeman I.N. (2012) Remelting in caldera and rift environments and the genesis of hot, “recycled” rhyolites. Earth and Planet Sci Lett. v. 337-338, p. 224-235. [pdf]

Watts, K.E., Bindeman, I.N. and Schmitt, A.K. (2012) Crystal-scale anatomy of a dying supervolcano: An isotope and geochronology study of individual phenocrysts from voluminous rhyolites of the Yellowstone caldera. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, vol. 164, 45-67 [pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Kamenetsky V., Palandri J., Vennemann T. (2012) Hydrogen and oxygen isotope behavior during variable degrees of upper mantle melting: example from the basaltic glasses from Macquarie Island. Chemical Geology, v. 310-311, p. 126-136. [pdf]


Bindeman I.N. (2011) When do we need pan-global freeze to explain 18-O depleted zircons and rocks? Geology 39, 799-800, Research focus article [pdf]

P. M. E. Tollan*,  I. Bindeman, J. D. Blundy (2011) Cumulate xenoliths from St. Vincent, Lesser Antilles Island Arc: a window into upper crustal differentiation of mantle-derived basalts, Contrib Mineral Petrol DOI 10.1007/s00410-011-0665-9 [pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Serebryakov N.S. (2011) Geology, Petrology and O and H isotope geochemistry of remarkably 18O depleted Paleoproterozoic rocks of the Belomorian Belt, Karelia, Russia, attributed to global glaciation 2.4 GaEarth Planet Sci Lett v 306, p. 163-176 [pdf] [pdf]

Geyer A., Bindeman I.N. (2011) Glacial influence on caldera-forming eruptions. J. Volcano. Geotherm. Res. v 202, p. 127-142 [.pdf]

Watts K.E., Bindeman I.N., Schmitt A.K. (2011) Large-volume Rhyolite Genesis in Caldera Complexes of the Snake River Plain: Insights from the Kilgore Tuff of the Heise Volcanic Field, Idaho, with Comparison to Yellowstone and Bruneau-Jarbidge Rhyolites  J. Petrol. v 52, p 857-890 [pdf]

Carley, T.L., Miller, C.F., Wooden, J.L., Bindeman, I.N., and Barth, A.P., 2011, Zircon from historic eruptions in Iceland: Reconstructing storage and evolution of silicic magmas:  Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 102, p. 135-161.

Gurenko A., Bindeman I.N., Chaussidon M. (2011) Oxygen isotope heterogeneity of the mantle beneath the Canary Islands: insights from olivine phenocrysts. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol.  DOI: 10.1007/s00410-010-0600-5 [pdf]

Martin E., Bindeman IN., Grove TL (2011) The origin of high-Mg magmas in Mt Shasta and Medicine Lake volcanoes, Cascade Arc (California): higher and lower than mantle oxygen isotope signatures attributed to current and past subduction. Controb. Mineral. Petrol. 162: 945-960 DOI: 10.1007/s00410-011-0633-4 [pdf]

Peryam T., Dorsey R. Bindeman I.N. (2011) Plio-Pleistocene climate change and timing of Peninsular Ranges uplift in southern California: Evidence from paleosols and stable isotopes in the Fish Creek–Vallecito basin  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 305, p. 65-74.



Bindeman I.N., Schmitt A.K., Evans D.A.D. (2010) Limits of hydrosphere-lithosphere interaction: origin of the lowest d18O silicate rock on Earth in the Paleoproterozoic Karelian rift, Geology,  v.38, p 631-634.[pdf [Suppl pdf]

Watts K.E., Leeman W., Bindeman I.N., Larson P.E. (2010) Supereruptions of the Snake River Plain: Two-stage derivation of low-d18O rhyolites from normal-d18O crust as constrained by Archean xenoliths. V. 38,  p. 503-506.

Bindeman IN, Leonov VL, Izbekov PE, Ponomareva VV, Watts KE, Shipley NK, Perepelov AB, Bazanova LI, Jicha BR, Singer BS, Schmitt AK, Portnyagin MV, Chen CH (2010) Large-volume silicic volcanism in Kamchatka: Ar–Ar and U–Pb ages, isotopic,and geochemical characteristics of major pre-Holocene caldera-formingeruptions. J Volcanol and Geotherm Res v. 189, p. 57-80. [pdf]

Ellis, Ben S.; Branney, M. J.; Barry, T. L.; Barfod, D.; Bindeman, I.; Wolff, J. A.; Bonnichsen, B. 2010 Geochemical correlation of three large-volume ignimbrites from the Yellowstone hotspot track, Idaho, USA Bulletin of Volcanology, Volume 74, Issue 1, pp.261-277 [pdf]


Auer S.L., Bindeman I.N., Wallace P.J., Ponomareva V.V., Portnyagin M.V. (2009) Diverse Oxygen Isotope Values and High Magmatic Water Contents within the Volcanic Record of Klyuchevskoy Volcano, Kamchatka, Russia. vol 157, N2  DOI 10.1007/s00410-008-0330-0 [pdf]

Martin E., Bindeman IN (2009) Mass-independent isotopic signatures of volcanic sulfate from three supereruption ash deposits in Lake Tecopa, California.  Earth and Planet Sci Lett v. 282, p 102-114. [pdf]

Trail D., Bindeman I.N., Watson E.B., Schmitt A.K. (2009) Experimental calibration of oxygen isotopic fractionation factors between  quartz and zircon. Geochimica Cosmochim Acta v. 73,  p. 7110-7126. pdf]]

Turner S., Handler M., Bindeman I., Suzuki K. (2009) New insights into the origin of O-Hf-Os isotope signatures in arc lavas from Tonga-Kernadec. Chemical Geology v. 266, p.187-193. [pdf]



Bindeman I.N., Brooks C.K., McBirney A.R., Taylor H.P. (2008) The low-d18O late-stage ferrodiorite magmas in the Skaergaard Intrusion: Result of liquid immiscibility, thermal metamorphism, or meteoric water incorporation into magma? Journal of Geology 116, pp. 571-586. [pdf]

Simakin A.G., Bindeman I.N. (2008) Evolution of crystal sizes in the series of dissolution and precipitation events in open magma systems. J Volcanol and Geotherm Res v. 177, p. 997-1010. [pdf]

Bindeman I.N. (2008) Oxygen isotopes in mantle and crustal magmas as revealed by single crystal analysis. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, vol. 69, Chapter 11, pp. 445-478. [pdf]

Bindeman I.N., B.Fu, Kita N., Valley J.W. (2008) Origin and evolution of Yellowstone silicic magmatism based on ion microprobe analysis of izotopically-zoned zircons. J. of Petrology, v. 49, pp. 163-193. [.pdf]

Bindeman I, Gurenko A, Sigmarsson O, Chaussidon  M. (2008)  Oxygen isotope heterogeneity and disequilibria of olivine crystals in large volume Holocene basalts from Iceland: Evidence for magmatic diggestion and erosion of Pleistocene hyaloclastites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta v.72, p. 4397-4420. [pdf]



Turner S, Tonarini S, Bindeman I, Leeman W.P., Schaeffer B.P. (2007)  Boron and oxygen isotope evidence for recycling of subducted components over the past 2.5 Gyr. Nature 447 (7145): 702-705 . [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Eiler J.M., Wing B, Farquhar J. (2007) Rare sulfur and triple oxygen isotope geochemistry of volcanogenic sulfate aerosols. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v.71, p. 2326-2343. [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Watts K.E., Schmitt A.K., Morgan L.A., Shanks P.W.C. (2007) Voluminous low-d18O magmas in the late Miocene Heise volcanic field, Idaho: Implications for the fate of Yellowstone hotspot calderas. Geology, v. 35, pp. 1019-1022. [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N. , Davis A.M., Drake M.J. (2007) Plagioclase-melt partitioning of lead, errata Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v.71, p. 2414. [.pdf]

Portnyagin M.V., Bindeman I.N., Hoernle K., Hauff F. (2007) Geochemistry of primitive lavas of the Central Kamchatka Depression: Magma Generation at the Edge of the Pacific Plate,  AGU Monograph  “Volcanism and Tectonics of the Kamchatka Peninsula and adjacent arcs”In: Eichelberger J, Gordeev E, Kasahara M, Izbekov P, Lees J (eds) Volcanism and Subduction: The Kamchatka Region., vol Geophysical Monograph 172. American Geophysical Union, Washington D.C., pp 199-239  pdf]


Bindeman I.N. (2006) Secrets of Supervolcanoes. Scientific American, 294 (6): 36-43 [pdf]

Bindeman I.N. , Schmitt A.K., Valley J.W. (2006) U-Pb zircon geochronology of silicic tuffs from the Timber Mt/Oasis Valley caldera complex, Nevada: rapid generation of large-volume magmas by shallow-level remelting. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol. 152:649-665. [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N. Sigmarsson O., Eiler J.M. (2005) Time constraints on the origin of large volume basalts derived from O-isotope and trace element mineral zoning and U-series disequilibria in the Laki and Grimsvotn volcanic system. Earth and Planet Sci. Lett. 245, 245-259. [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Eiler J.M., Yogodzinski G.,Tatsumi Y., Stern C., Grove T., Portnyagin M., Hoernle K., Danyushevsky L. (2005) Oxygen isotope evidence for slab melting in modern and ancient subduction zones. Earth and Planet Sci. Lett., 235, pp. 480-436, [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N. (2005) Fragmentation phenomena in populations of magmatic crystals,  American Mineralogist v.90, 1801-1815   [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Ponomareva V. V., Bailey, J.C.,Valley J. W.  (2004) Kamchatka Peninsula: a province with high-d18O magma sources and large scale 18O/16O depletion of the upper crust. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol. 68, p. 841-865.  [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N. (2003) Crystal sizes in evolving silicic magma chambers. Geology,  v.31, n.4, p. 367-370.  [.pdf]

Valley J.W., Bindeman I.N., Peck W.H. (2003) Calibration of oxygen isotope fractionations in zircon. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Clayton volume, vol.67, p.3257-3266.  [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Valley J. W.  (2003) Rapid generation of both high- and low-d18O, large volume silicic magmas at Timber Mountain/Oasis Valley caldera complex, Nevada. Bulletin Geol Soc Am, vol 115, n. 5, p. 581-595  [.pdf]

Bindeman I.N., Valley J. W.  (2002) Oxygen isotope study of the long Valley-Glass Mountain magmatic system, California: Isotope thermometry,  and t convection in large silicic magma bodies.  Contrib Mineral Petrol, v. 144, p. 185-205, [ .PDF]

Bindeman I.N., Vinogradov V.I., Valley J.W., Wooden J.L. , Natalin B.A. (2002) Archean protolith, and accretion of crust in Kamchatka: SHRIMP dating of zircons from metamorphic rocks  of Sredinny and Ganal Massifs. Journal of Geology 110, 271-289 [.PDF]

Bindeman I.N., Valley J.W.The formation of low-d18O rhyolites after caldera collapse at Yellowstone. Geology, 2000, v. 28, 719-722.[ .PDF]

Bindeman I.N., Valley J.W., Wooden J.L., Persing H.M. (2001) Post-caldera volcanism: In situ measurements of U-Pb age and oxygen isotope ratios in Pleistocene zircons from Yellowstone caldera. Earth and Planet Sci. Lett. ,2001, 189, 197-206. [ .PDF]

Bindeman I.N., Valley J.W. Low-low-d18O rhyolites from Yellowstone: Magmatic evolution based on analyses of zircon and individual phenocrysts.  J. of Petrology 2001, V42, N8, p 1491-1517. [, PDF, 1.1 MB]

Bindeman I.N., Fournelle J.H., Valley J.W. 9100 BP Eruption of Fisher Caldera, Unimak, Aleutians: low-d18O zoned tuff, a tephrochronological marker. -J.Volcanology and Geothermal Res., 2001, 111, p. 35-53. [, PDF, 300 kb]

Bindeman I.N., Bailey J.C. Trace elements in anorthite megacrysts from the Kurile island arc: A window to across-arc geochemical variations in magma compositions. Earth and Planet Sci. Lett. 1999, 169, 209-226.[ PDF 460 kb]

Bindeman I.N., Davis A.M., Wickham S.M. 400 Ma of mafic magmatism evolution in a single lithospheric bloc during cratonization: ion microprobe study of relict plagioclase megacrysts in mafic rocks from Transbaikalia, Russia.J.Petrology,1999, Vol 40, 5, 807-830.[ PDF 500 kb]

Bindeman I.N. Davis A.M. Convection and redistribution of alkalis and trace elements during the mingling of basaltic and rhyolitic melts. Petrology1999, Vol. 7. N1, pp. 91-101.[ PDF]

Bindeman I.N., Davis A.M. Trace element partitioning between plagioclase and melt: investigation of dopant influence on partition behavior. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta,2000, 64, 2863-2878. PDF 692 kb

Bindeman I.N., Davis A.M., Drake M.J. An ion microprobe study of plagioclase-basalt partition experiments at natural concentration levels of trace elements – Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 1998, 62, 1175-1192. 692 kb]

Larin N.V., Bindeman* I.N., Simakin A.G. Petrology of Bogdan Khmelnitskiy Volcano (Iturup Island, the Kurils); a model of fractionation and mixing in the magma chamber – Volcanology and Seismology, 1997, 18, N5, 529-545.

Wickham S.M., Alberts A.D., Zanvilevich A.N., Litvinovsky B.A., Bindeman I.N., Schauble E.A. A stable isotope study of anorogenic magmatism in East Central Asia – J.Petrology, 1996, 37, 1068-1095.

Bindeman I.N. Vesiculation of the basic magma in a shallow silicic chamber: a model of the buoyant mushy zone and the genesis of magmatic inclusions in igneous rocks. – Petrology, 1995, N6, p.1-23. PDF 400 kb

Wickham S.M., Litvinovsky B.A., Zanvilevich A.N., Bindeman I.N. – Geochemical evolution of Phanerozoic magmatism in Transbaikalia, East Asia: A key constraint on the origin of K-rich silicic magmas and the process of cratonization. – J.Geophys. Res., 1995, 100, pp. 15,641-15,654.

Bindeman I.N., Bailey J.C. A model of reverse differentiation at Dikii Greben Volcano, Kamchatka: progressive basic magma vesiculation in a silicic magma chamber – Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., 1994, 117, pp.263-278. [pdf]

Bindeman I.N. A practical petrological method for determination of volume proportion of magma chamber refilling – J.Volcanology and Geothermal Res., 1993, 56, pp.133-144. PDF 692 kb

Bindeman I.N., Podladchikov Yu.Yu. Inclusions in volcanic rocks and a mechanism for triggering volcanic eruptions – Modern Geology, 1993, 19, pp. 1-11.  PDF 400 kb

Wickham S,M, Litvinovsky B.A., Zanvilevich A.N., Bindeman I.N. – Batholithic, K-rich silicic magmatism in East-Central Asia: evidence for a mantle source for progressive regional crustal potassium enrichment- Mineral. Mag., 1994, 58a, pp. 969-971.

Bindeman I.N., Perchuk L.L. Experimental studies of magma mixing at high pressures – Int. Geol. Rev., 1993, 35, 721-733.

Bindeman I.N., Frolova T.I. Redox potential of formation of Kurile-Kamchatka island arc volcanics as a parameter of their across-arc zoning.- Trans. of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Earth Science section) 1993, V. 329, N2, pp.119-124.

Bindeman I.N. Petrology of the Dikii Greben Volcano. Volcanology and Seismology, 1992,N4, 33-55.

Bindeman I.N. On possible mechanism of magma mingling- Geochem. Int., 1991, 2, pp.291-296.

Bindeman I.N., Podladchikov Yu.Yu. The mechanism of transport and eruption of cognate inclusions in volcanic rocks- Int. Geol. Rev., 1991, 33, pp. 879-888.

Frolova T.I., Bindeman I.N., Mustafa Mahmoud, J.C.Bailey Melanocratic inclusions in andesites and dacites of the Kurile-Kamchatka volcanic arc.- Int. Geol. Rev., 1992, 34, pp. 119-130.

Bindeman I.N**. Magma mixing as a mechanism for the genesis of extrusive dacites of the Mendeleev Volcano, Kunashir Island, Kurile Islands. –Pacific Geology, 1990, N1, pp.11-19

Bindeman I.N., Dubik F.Y. High-siliceous residual liquid as a result of fluid-magmatic differentiation, exemplified by the extrusive dacites of the Mendeleev Volcano.  Trans.of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Earth Science section. 1990, V. 312, pp.702-706.

Bindeman I.N**., Sharkov Ye.V., Ionov D.A. Xenoliths of biotite-garnet-orthopyroxene rocks from a dike-like diatreme on Yeloviy island, White Sea – Int. Geol. Rev., 1990, 32, pp.905-915.

Sharkov Ye. V., Bindeman I.N**. Petrology of xenolith-rich basalts of the Baikal rift zone; Tunkinskiy, Dzhidinskiy and Vitimskiy areas – Volcanology and Seismology, 1990, N4, 20-34.


** research while an undergraduate student
* research by an undergraduate/graduate student under my supervision