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Reviewed papers

60) Marsala A., Wagner T. (submitted) Mass transfer and fluid evolution in late-metamorphic veins, Rhenish Massif (Germany): Insight from alteration geochemistry and fluid-mineral equilibria modeling. Mineral. Petrol.

59) Mlynarczyk M.S.J., Wagner T., Williams-Jones A.E., Dolejs D. (in revision) Geology and geochemistry of alteration at the San Rafael Sn-Cu deposit, SE Peru. Econ. Geol.

58) Aulbach S., Hofmann J., Okrusch M., Wagner T. (in revision) Trace elements in base metal sulfides of the Kupferschiefer-related Spessart ore district. Ore Geol. Rev.

57) Siegel K., Wagner T., Trumbull R.B., Jonsson E., Heinrich C.A. (in revision) Stable isotope (B, H, O) constraints on the magmatic to hydrothermal evolution of the Varuträsk rare-element pegmatite (northern Sweden). Chem. Geol.

56) Hennings S.K., Wagner T., Heinrich C.A., Ulmer P. (in revision) Fluid evolution of the Monte Mattoni mafic complex, Adamello batholith, northern Italy: constraints from LA-ICPMS analysis of fluid inclusions and thermodynamic modeling. J. Petrol.

55) Miron G.D., Kulik D.A., Dmytrieva S.V., Wagner T. (2015) GEMSFITS: Code package for optimization of geochemical model parameters and inverse modeling. Appl. Geochem., 55, 28-45.

54) Bons P.D., Fusswinkel T., Gomez-Rivas E., Markl G., Wagner T., Walter B. (2014) Fluid mixing from below in unconformity-related hydrothermal ore deposits. Geology, 42, 1035-1038.

53) Rauchenstein-Martinek K., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2014) Gold concentrations in metamorphic fluids: a LA-ICPMS study of fluid inclusions from the Alpine orogenic belt. Chem. Geol., 385, 70-83.

52) Zezin D., Driesner T., Scott S., Sanchez-Valle C., Wagner T. (2014) Volumetric properties of mixed electrolyte aqueous solutions at elevated temperatures and pressures. The systems CaCl2-NaCl-H2O and MgCl2-NaCl-H2O to 523.15 K, 70 MPa, and ionic strength from (0.1 to 18) mol kg-1. J. Chem. Eng. Data, 59, 2570-2588.

51) Hingerl F.F., Wagner T., Kulik D.A., Thomsen K., Driesner T. (2014) A new aqueous activity model for geothermal brines in the system Na-K-Ca-Mg-H-Cl-SO4-H2O from 25 to 300°C. Chem. Geol., 381, 78-93.

50) Hingerl F.F., Kosakowski G., Wagner T., Kulik D.A., Driesner T. (2014) GEMSFIT: a generic fitting tool for geochemical activity models. Computat. Geosci., 18, 227-242.

49) Zwahlen C., Cioldi S., Wagner T., Rey R., Heinrich C.A. (2014) The porphyry Cu-(Au-Mo) deposit at Altar (Argentina): tracing gold distribution by vein mapping and LA-ICPMS mineral analysis. Econ. Geol., 109, 1341-1358.

48) Lanari P., Wagner T., Vidal O. (2014) A thermodynamic model for di-trioctahedral chlorite from experimental and natural data in the system MgO-FeO-Al2O3-SiO2-H2O. Applications to P-T sections and geothermometry. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., 167, 968, 1-19.

47) Fusswinkel T., Wagner T., Wenzel T., Wälle M., Lorenz J. (2014) Red bed and basement sourced fluids recorded in hydrothermal Mn-Fe-As veins, Sailauf (Germany): a LA-ICPMS fluid inclusion study. Chem. Geol., 363, 22-39.

46) Loges A., Migdisov A.A., Wagner T., Williams-Jones A.E., Markl G. (2013) An experimental study of the aqueous solubility and speciation of Y(III) fluoride at temperatures up to 250 °C. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 123, 403-415.

45) Marsala A., Wagner T., Wälle M. (2013) Late-metamorphic veins record deep ingression of metamorphic water: a LA-ICPMS fluid inclusion study from the fold-and-thrust belt of the Rhenish Massif, Germany. Chem. Geol., 351, 134-153.

44) Fusswinkel T., Wagner T., Wälle M., Wenzel T., Heinrich C.A., Markl G. (2013) Fluid mixing forms basement-hosted Pb-Zn deposits: insight from metal and halogen chemistry in individual fluid inclusions. Geology, 41, 679-682.

43) Miron G.D., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2013) Major and trace element composition and pressure-temperature evolution of rock-buffered fluids in low-grade accretionary-wedge metasediments, Central Alps. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., 165,981-1008.

42) Kulik D.A., Wagner T., Dmytrieva S.V., Kosakowski G., Hingerl F.F., Chudnenko K.V., Berner U. (2013) GEM-Selektor geochemical modeling package: Revised algorithm and GEMS3K numerical kernel for coupled simulation codes. Computat. Geosci., 17, 1-24.

41) Fusswinkel T., Wagner T., Wenzel T., Wälle M., Lorenz J. (2013) Evolution of unconformity-related Mn-Fe-As vein mineralization, Sailauf (Germany): Insight from major and trace elements in oxide and carbonate minerals. Ore Geol. Rev., 50, 28-51.

40) Wagner T., Kulik D.A., Hingerl F.F., Dmytrieva S.V. (2012) GEM-Selektor geochemical modeling package: TSolMod library and data interface for muticomponent phase models. Can. Mineral., 50, 1173-1195.

39) Kirnbauer T., Wagner T., Taubald H., Bode M. (2012) Post-Variscan hydrothermal vein mineralization, Taunus, Rhenish Massif (Germany): constraints from stable and radiogenic isotope data. Ore Geol. Rev., 48, 239-257.

38) Loges A., Wagner T., Barth M., Bau M., Göb S., Markl G. (2012) Negative Ce anomalies in Mn oxides: the role of Ce4+ mobility during mineral-water interaction. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 86, 296-317.

37) Loges A., Wagner T., Kirnbauer T., Göb S., Bau M., Berner Z., Markl G. (2012) Source and origin of active and fossil thermal spring systems, northern Rhine Graben, Germany. Appl. Geochem., 27, 1153-1169.

36) Monecke T., Kempe U., Trinkler M., Thomas R., Dulski P., Wagner T. (2011) Unusual rare earth element fractionation in a tin-bearing magmatic-hydrothermal system. Geology, 39, 295-298.

35) Wagner T., Boyce A.J., Erzinger J. (2010) Fluid-rock interaction during formation of metamorphic quartz veins: A REE and stable isotope study from the Rhenish Massif, Germany. Amer. J. Sci., 310, 645-682.

34) Wagner T., Okrusch M., Weyer S., Lorenz J., Lahaye Y., Taubald H., Schmitt R.T. (2010) The role of the Kupferschiefer in the formation of hydrothermal base-metal mineralization in the Spessart ore district, Germany: insight from detailed sulfur isotope studies. Mineral. Deposita, 45, 217-239.

33) Migdisov A.A., Williams-Jones A.E., Wagner T. (2009) An experimental study of the solubility and speciation ot the Rare Earth Elements (III) in fluoride- and chloride-bearing aqueous solutions at temperatures up to 300 °C. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 73, 7087-7109.

32) Wagner T., Mlynarczyk M.S.J., Williams-Jones A.E., Boyce A.J. (2009) Stable isotope constraints on ore formation at the San Rafael tin-copper deposit, SE Peru. Econ. Geol., 104, 223-248.

31) Beitter T., Wagner T., Markl G. (2008) Formation of kyanite-quartz veins of the Alpe Sponda, Central Alps, Switzerland: Implications for Al transport during regional metamorphism. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., 156, 689-707.

30) Dolejs D., Wagner T. (2008) Thermodynamic modeling of non-ideal mineral-fluid equilibria in the system Si-Al-Fe-Mg-Ca-Na-K-H-O-Cl at elevated temperatures and pressures: Implications for hydrothermal mass transfer in granitic rocks. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 72, 526-553.

29) Staude S., Wagner T., Markl G. (2007) Mineralogy, mineral chemistry and fluid evolution of the hydrothermal Wenzel deposit, southern Germany: Implications for the formation of Kongsberg-type silver deposits. Can. Mineral., 45, 1147-1176.

28) Cook N.J., Ciobanu C., Wagner T., Stanley C.J. (2007) Minerals of the system Bi-Te-Se-S related to the tetradymite archetype: Review of classification and compositional variation. Can. Mineral., 45, 665-708.

27) Baatartsogt B., Wagner T., Taubald H., Mierdel K., Markl G. (2007) Hydrogen isotope determination of fluid inclusion water from hydrothermal fluorite: Constraining the effect of the extraction technique. Chem. Geol., 244, 474-482.

26) Wagner T., Klemd R., Wenzel T., Mattsson B. (2007) Gold upgrading in metamorphosed massive sulfide ore deposits: Direct evidence from LA-ICP-MS analysis of invisible gold. Geology, 35, 775-778.

25) Baatartsogt B., Schwinn G., Wagner T., Taubald H., Beitter T., Markl G. (2007) Contrasting paleofluid systems in the continental basement: A fluid inclusion and stable isotope study of hydrothermal vein mineralization, Schwarzwald district, Germany. Geofluids, 7, 123-147.

24) Wagner T., Boyce A.J. (2006) Pyrite metamorphism in the Devonian Hunsrück Slate of Germany: Insights from laser microprobe sulfur isotope analysis and thermodynamic modeling. Amer. J. Sci., 306, 525-552.

23) Schönenberger J., Marks M., Wagner T., Markl G. (2006) Fluid-rock interaction in autoliths of agpaitic nepheline syenites in the Ilimaussaq intrusion, South Greenland. Lithos, 91, 331-351.

22) Markl G., von Blanckenburg F., Wagner T. (2006) Iron isotope fractionation during hydrothermal ore deposition and alteration. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 70, 3011-3030.

21) Drüppel K., Wagner T., Boyce A.J. (2006) Evolution of sulfide mineralization in ferrocarbonatite, Swartbooidsrif, NW Namibia: constraints from mineral chemistry and sulfur isotopes. Can. Mineral., 44, 877-894.

20) Schwinn G., Wagner T., Markl G., Baatartsogt B. (2006) Quantification of mixing processes in ore-forming hydrothermal systems by combination of stable isotope and fluid inclusion analyses. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 70, 965-982.

19) Wagner T., Jonsson E., Boyce A.J. (2005) Metamorphic ore remobilization in the Hällefors district, Bergslagen, Sweden: constraints from mineralogical and small-scale sulphur isotope studies. Mineral. Deposita, 40, 100-114.

18) Wagner T., Williams-Jones A.E., Boyce A.J. (2005) Stable isotope-based modeling of the origin and genesis of an unusual Au-Ag-Sn-W epithermal system at Cirotan, Indonesia. Chem. Geol., 219, 237-260.

17) Wagner T., Monecke T. (2005) Germanium-bearing colusite from the Waterloo volcanic-rock-hosted massive sulfide deposit, Australia: Crystal chemistry and formation of colusite group minerals. Can. Mineral., 43, 655-669.

16) Wagner T., Kirnbauer T., Boyce A.J., Fallick A.E. (2005) Barite-pyrite mineralization of the Wiesbaden thermal spring system, Germany: a 500 kyr record of geochemical evolution. Geofluids, 5, 124-139.

15) Wagner T., Boyce A.J., Jonsson E., Fallick A.E. (2004) Laser microprobe sulfur isotope analysis of arsenopyrite: experimental calibration and application to the Boliden Au-Cu-As massive sulfide deposit. Ore Geol. Rev., 25, 311-325.

14) Wagner T., Boyce A.J. (2003) Sulphur isotope geochemistry of black shale-hosted antimony mineralization, Arnsberg, northern Rhenish Massif, Germany: Implications for late-stage fluid flow during the Variscan orogeny. J. Geol. Soc. London, 160, 299-308.

13) Wagner T., Boyce A.J., Fallick A.E. (2002) Laser combustion analysis of d34S of sulfosalt minerals: Determination of the fractionation systematics and some crystal-chemical considerations. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 66, 2855-2863.

12) Wagner T., Lorenz J. (2002) Mineralogy of complex Co-Ni-Bi vein mineralisation, Bieber deposit, Spessart, Germany. Mineral. Mag., 66, 385-407.

11) Wagner T., Schneider J. (2002) Lead isotope systematics of vein-type antimony mineralization, Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany: a case history of complex reaction and remobilization processes. Mineral. Deposita, 37, 185-197.

10) Wagner T., Jochum J. (2002) Fluid-rock interaction processes related to hydrothermal vein-type mineralization in the Siegerland district, Germany: implications from inorganic and organic alteration patterns. Appl. Geochem., 17, 225-243.

9) Wagner T., Boyce A.J. (2001) Sulphur isotope characteristics of recrystallisation, remobilisation and reaction processes: a case study from the Ramsbeck Pb-Zn deposit, Germany. Mineral. Deposita, 36, 670-679.

8) Wagner T., Jonsson E. (2001) Mineralogy of sulfosalt-rich vein-type ores, Boliden massive sulphide deposit, Skellefte district, northern Sweden. Can. Mineral., 39, 855-872.

7) Franz L., Romer R.L., Klemd R., Schmid R., Oberhänsli R., Wagner T., Dong S. (2001) Eclogite-facies quartz veins within metabasites of the Dabie Shan (eastern China): pressure-temperature-time-deformation path, composition of the fluid phase and fluid flow during exhumation of high-pressure rocks. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol., 141, 322-346.

6) Wagner T., Cook N.J. (2000) Late-orogenic alpine-type (apatite)-quartz fissure vein mineralisation in the Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, NW Germany: Mineralogy, formation conditions and lateral-secretionary origin. Mineral. Mag., 64, 539-560.

5) Wagner T., Cook N.J. (2000) Late-Variscan antimony mineralization in the Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, NW Germany: Evidence for stibnite precipitation by drastic cooling of high-temperature fluid systems. Mineral. Deposita, 35, 206-222.

4) Wagner T., Cook N.J. (1999) Carrollite and related minerals of the linnaeite group: Solid solutions and nomenclature in the light of new data from the Siegerland district, Germany. Can. Mineral., 37, 545-558.

3) Wagner T., Cook N.J. (1998) Sphalerite remobilization during multistage hydrothermal mineralization events - examples from siderite-Pb-Zn-Cu-Sb veins, Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany. Mineral. Petrol., 63, 223-241.

2) Wagner T., Cook N.J. (1997) Mineral reactions in sulphide systems as indicators of evolving fluid geochemistry - a case study from the Apollo mine, Siegerland, FRG. Mineral. Mag., 61, 573-590.

1) Wagner T., Cook N.J. (1996) Bismuth-antimony sulfosalts from siderite-hosted vein mineralization, Apollo mine, Siegerland, FRG. N. Jahrb. Mineral. Abh., 171, 135-153.


Conference abstracts (last 3 years)

59) Wagner T., Trumbull R.B., Siegel K., Jonsson E., Heinrich C.A. (2013) B-isotope variations in the Varuträsk rare-element pegmatite: the role of mica. Mineral. Mag., 77, 2436.

58) Kulik D., Dmytrieva S.V., Wagner T., Thoenen T., Berner U. (2013) GEMS: Gibbs energy minimization software for geochemical modeling. Mineral. Mag., 77, 1522.

57) Marsala A., Wagner T., Wälle M. (2013) Deep ingression of meteoric water in late-metamorphic veins: a LA-ICPMS fluid inclusion study from the Rhenish Massif, Germany. Mineral. Mag., 77, 1689.

56) Loges A., Migdisov A.A., Wagner T., Williams-Jones A.E., Markl G. (2012) Fluoride complexation of hafnium under hydrothermal conditions. Mineral. Mag., 76, 2030.

55) Martinek K., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2012) Fluid evolution along a cross section through the Central Alps, Switzerland. Mineral. Mag., 76, 2073.

54) Siegel K., Wagner T., Trumbull R., Jonsson E., Heinrich C.A. (2012) Stable isotope geochemistry of the Varuträsk rare-element pegmatite (northern Sweden). Mineral. Mag., 76, 2374.

53) Miron G.D., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2012) Fluid composition and mineral equilibria in low grade metamorphic rocks, Bündnerschiefer, Switzerland. Geophys. Res. Abs., 14, 5344.

52) Martinek K., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2012) Changes in fluid composition in metamorphic veins along a cross section through the Central Alps, Switzerland. Geophys. Res. Abs., 14, 2112.

51) Hingerl F.F., Wagner T., Kulik D.A., Kosakowski G., Driesner T. (2012) Development of a new activity model for complex mixed-salt solutions from ambient to geothermal conditions. Geophys. Res. Abs., 14, 5332.

50) Marsala A., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2011) Mass transfer processes and fluid composition of metamorphic quartz vein systems, Rhenish Massif (Germany). Swiss Geoscience Meeting, 9, 94.

49) Martinek K., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2011) Fluid chemistry and fluid-rock interaction of Alpine veins, Central Alps. Swiss Geoscience Meeting, 9, 95.

48) Miron G.D., Wagner T., Wälle M., Heinrich C.A. (2011) Fluid composition and mineral equilibria in low grade metamorphic rocks, Bündnerschiefer, Switzerland. Application of fluid inclusions and petrological modeling. Swiss Geoscience Meeting, 9, 99.

47) Siegel K., Wagner T., Trumbull R., von Quadt A., Jonsson E., Heinrich C.A. (2011) Isotope geochemistry of the Varuträsk pegmatite (northern Sweden). Swiss Geoscience Meeting, 9, 130.

46) Wagner T., Hennings S., Heinrich C.A., Ulmer P. (2011) Fluid evolution of the Monte Mattoni mafic complex, Adamello batholith, northern Italy. Swiss Geoscience Meeting, 9, 169.

45) Fowler S.J., Driesner T., Hingerl F.F., Kulik D.A., WagnerT. (2011) Reactive transport simulation via combination of a multphase-capable transport code for unstructured meshes with a Gibbs energy minimization solver of geochemical equilibria. AGU fall meeting, H21E-1172.

44) Hingerl F.F., Wagner T., Kulik D.A., Kosakowski G., Driesner T. (2011) ELVIS: Multi-electrolyte aqueous activity model for geothermal solutions. AGU fall meeting, H32D-07.

43) Hingerl F.F., Wagner T., Kulik D.A., Kosakowski G., Driesner T. (2011) Development of an aqueous activity model for geothermal conditions. Mineral. Mag., 75, 1026.

42) Wagner T., Boyce A.J., Erzinger J. (2011) REE and stable isotope constraints on formation of metamorphic quartz veins, Rhenish Massif. Mineral. Mag., 75, 2107.

41) Fusswinkel T., Wenzel T., Wagner T., Wälle M., Lorenz J. (2011) Arsenic distribution in an unconformity related hydrothermal vein system. Mineral. Mag., 75, 877.

40) Loges A., Migdisov A.A., Wagner T., Williams-Jones A.E., Markl G. (2011) Fluoride complexation of Y under hydrothermal conditions. Mineral. Mag., 75, 1353.

39) Fowler S.J., Hingerl F., Driesner T., Kosakowski G., Wagner T. (2011) Reactive transport simulation by combining a multiphase-capable transport code for unstructured meshes with Gibbs energy minimization and multi-electrolyte solution models. Geophys. Res. Abs., 13, 11295.

38) Gomez-Rivas E., Bons P., Blum P., Koehn D., WagnerT. (2011) Numerical simulation of crustal-scale fluid flow. Geophys. Res. Abs., 13, 8572.

37) Marsala A., Wagner T. (2011) Fluid chemistry of metamorphic quartz vein systems, Rhenish Massif (Germany). Geophys. Res. Abs., 13, 5813.