1. Bodnar RJ &Beane RE (1980) Temporal and spatial variations in hydrothermal fluidcharacteristics during vein filling in preore cover overlying deeply buried porphyry copper-type mineralization at Red Mountain, ArizonaEconomic Geology, 75,876-893.

2. Roedder E & Bodnar RJ (1980) Geologic pressure determinations from fluid inclusion studies. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 8, 263-301.


3. Zolensky ME &Bodnar RJ (1982) Identification of fluid inclusion daughter minerals using Gandolfi X-ray techniques. American Mineralogist, 67, 137-141.

X. Bodnar RJ (1982) Fluid inclusions in porphyry-type deposits. Course Notes, Mineral Deposits Research Review for Industry. Penn. State University, April 6-9 2012.

XI. Kuehn CA & Bodnar RJ (1982) What fluid inclusions can tell us about Au mineralization: The system H2O-CO2-NaCl. Course Notes, Mineral Deposits Research Review for Industry. Penn. State University, April 6-9 2012.


4. Bodnar RJ (1983) A method of calculating fluid inclusion volumes based on vapor bubble diameters and P-V-T-X properties of inclusion fluids. Economic Geology, 78, 535-542.


5. Bodnar RJ &Bethke PM (1984) Systematics of stretching of fluid inclusions. I. Fluorite and sphalerite at 1 atmosphere confining pressure. Economic Geology, 79,141-161.

6. Sterner SM &Bodnar RJ (1984) Synthetic fluid inclusions in natural quartz. I. Compositional types synthesized and applications to experimental geochemistry. Geochimica et CosmochimicaActa, 48, 2659-2668.


7. Bodnar RJ &Sterner SM (1985) Synthetic fluid inclusions in natural quartz. II. Application to PVT studies. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 49,1855-1859.

8. Bodnar RJ,Burnham CW & Sterner SM (1985) Synthetic fluid inclusions innatural quartz. III. Determination of phase equilibrium properties in the system H2O-NaCl to 1000°C and 1500 bars. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 49, 1861-1873.

9. Bodnar RJ,Reynolds TJ & Kuehn CA (1985) Fluid inclusion systematics in epithermal  Society of Economic Geologists, Reviews in Economic Geology,2, Geology and Geochemistry of Epithermal Systems, B.R. Berger andP.M. Bethke, eds., 73-98.


10. Pasteris JD,Kuehn CA & Bodnar RJ (1986)  Applications of the laser Raman microprobe RAMANOR U-1000 to hydrothermal ore deposits: Carlin as an example. Economic Geology, 81,915-930.


11. Bodnar RJ &Sterner SM (1987) Synthetic fluid  Hydrothermal Experimental Techniques, G.C. Ulmer  andH.L. Barnes, eds., Wiley-Interscience, New York. p.423-457.


12. Hall DL, SternerSM & Bodnar RJ (1988) Freezing point depression of NaCl-KCl-H2O solutionsEconomic Geology, 83, 197-202.

13. Haynes FM,Sterner SM Bodnar RJ (1988) Synthetic fluid inclusions in naturalquartz. IV. Chemical analyses of fluid inclusions by SEM/EDA: Evaluation of methodGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 52, 969-978.

14. Ulrich MR &Bodnar RJ (1988) Systematics of stretching of fluid inclusions. II. Barite at one atmosphere confining pressure. Economic Geology, 83,1037-1046.

15. Sterner SM, HallDL & Bodnar RJ (1988) Synthetic fluid inclusions. V. Solubility relations in the system  NaCl-KCl-H2O under vapor-saturated conditions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 52,989-1006.

16. Vanko DA, BodnarRJ & Sterner SM (1988) Synthetic fluid inclusions. VIII.Vapor-saturated halite solubility in part of the system NaCl-CaCl2-H2O,with application to fluid inclusions from oceanic hydrothermal systemsGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 52, 2451-2456.


17. Bodnar RJ (1989) Synthetic fluid inclusions: A novel technique for experimental water-rock studies. Proceedings of the 6th InternationalWater-Rock Symposium, D. L. Miles, ed., A. A. Balkema Publishing Co., Rotterdam, pp. 99-102.

18. Bodnar RJ, BinnsPR & Hall DL (1989)  Synthetic fluid inclusions. VI. Quantitative evaluation of the decrepitation behavior of fluid inclusions in quartz at one atmosphere confining pressure. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 7,229-242.

19. Bodnar RJ,Sterner SM & Hall DL (1989)  SALTY: a FORTRAN program to calculate compositions of fluid inclusions in the  system NaCl-KCl-H2O. Computers & Geosciences, 15, 19-41.

20. Knight CL & Bodnar RJ (1989) Synthetic fluid inclusions. IX. Critical PVTX properties of NaCl-H2O solutionsGeochimica etCosmochimica Acta, 53, 3-8.

21. Sterner SM &Bodnar RJ (1989) Synthetic fluid inclusions. VII. Reequilibration of fluid inclusions in quartz during laboratory-simulated metamorphic uplift. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 7, 243-260.

22. Hames WE, TracyRJ & Bodnar RJ (1989) Postmetamorphic unroofing history deduced from petrology, fluid inclusions, thermochronometry, and thermal modeling: An example from southwestern New EnglandGeology, 17, 727-730.

23. Knight CL,Williamson MA & Bodnar RJ (1989) Raman spectroscopy of zeolites: Characterization of natural zeolites with the laser Raman microprobe. Microbeam Analysis-1989, PE Russell, ed., SanFrancisco Press, 571-573.

24. O'Grady MR,Bodnar RJ, Hellgeth JW, Conroy CM, Taylor LT & Knight CL (1989) Fourier transform infrared microprobe (FTIRM) analysis of individual petroleum fluid inclusions in geologic samples.  Microbeam Analysis -1989, PE Russell, ed., San Francisco Press, 579-582.

25. Hall DL &Bodnar RJ (1989) Comparison of fluid inclusion decrepitation and acoustic emission profiles of Westerly granite and Sioux quartzite.  Tectonophysics, 168,283-296.

26. Sheets RW,Ausburn K, Bodnar RJ, Craig JR & Law RD (1989) Geology and precious metal mineralization at the Morning Stardeposit, San Bernardino County, California. U.S. Department of the Interior - Bureau of Land Management, California Desert Mineral Symposium Compendium, 219-231.


27. Oakes CS, BodnarRJ & Simonson JM (1990) The system NaCl-CaCl2-H2O. I. The vapor-saturated ice liquidusGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 54, 603-610.

28. Hall DL &Bodnar RJ (1990) Methane in fluid inclusions from granulites: A product of hydrogen diffusion?  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 54,641-651.

29. Bodnar RJ (1990) Petroleum migration in the Miocene Monterey Formation, California, U.S.A.: Constraints from fluid-inclusion studies. Mineralogical Magazine, 54, 295-304.

30. Oakes CS,Simonson JM & Bodnar RJ (1990) The system NaCl-CaCl2-H2O. II. Densities for ionic strengths 0.1 to 19.2 mol kg-1 at 298 and 308 K and 0.1 MPa. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 35(3), 304-309.

31. Nyman MW, Sheets RW & Bodnar RJ (1990) Fluid inclusion evidence for the physical and chemicalconditions attending intermediate temperature PGE mineralization at the New Rambler deposit, S.E. Wyoming, U.S.A. Canadian Mineralogist, 28, 629-638.


32. Sterner SM &Bodnar RJ (1991) Synthetic fluid inclusions. X. Experimental determination of P-V-T-X properties in the CO2-H2O system to 6 kb and 700°CAmerican Journal of Science, 291, 1-54.

33. Smith BM, Reynolds SJ, Day HW & Bodnar RJ (1991) Deep-seated fluid involvement in ductile-brittle deformation and mineralization, South Mountains metamorphic core complex, ArizonaGeological Society of America Bulletin, 103, 559-569.

34. Bodnar RJ &Costain JK (1991) Effect of fluid composition on mass and energy transport inthe earth's crustGeophysical Research Letters, 18,983-986.

35. Cline JS & Bodnar RJ (1991) Can economic porphyry copper mineralization be generatedby a typical calc-alkaline meltJournal of Geophysical Research, 96,8113-8126.

36. Hall DL, BodnarRJ & Craig JR (1991) Evidence for post-entrapment diffusion of hydrogen into peak metamorphic fluid inclusions from the massive sulfide deposits at Ducktown, Tennessee. AmericanMineralogist, 76, 1344-1355.

37. Hall D, Bodnar RJ& Craig JR (1991) Fluid inclusion constraints on the uplift history of themetamorphosed massive sulfide deposits at Ducktown, TennesseeJournalof Metamorphic Geology, 9, 551-565.

38. Bodnar RJ &Burruss RC (1991) Comment and reply on "Fluid inclusion technique for determining maximum temperature in calcite and its comparison to the vitrinite reflectance geothermometer" Geology, 19,1241-1242.


39. Bodnar RJ, (1992) Can we recognize magmatic fluid inclusions in fossil hydrothermal systems based on room temperature phase relations and microthermometric behavior? Geological Survey of Japan, report No. 279, p. 26-30.

40. Cline JS, BodnarRJ & Rimstidt JD (1992) Numerical simulation of fluid flow and silica transport and deposition in boiling hydrothermal solutions: Application to epithermal gold deposits. Journal of Geophysical Research97, no.B6, 9085-9103.

41. Seitz JC, Blencoe JG, Joyce DB & Bodnar RJ (1992) Excess molar volumes for CO2-CH4-N2 mixtures.  Proceedings of the 6th International Water-Rock Symposium, Kharaka and Maest, eds., A.A. Balkema Publishing Co., Rotterdam, pp. 99-102.


42. Bodnar RJ (1993) Revised equation and table for determining the freezing point depression of H2O-NaCl solutionsGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 57, 683-684.

43. Anderson AJ & Bodnar RJ (1993) An adaptation of the spindle stage for geometric analysis of fluid inclusions. American Mineralogist, 78, 657-664.

44. Alvarenga AD, Grimsditch M & Bodnar RJ (1993) Elastic properties of water undernegative pressures. Journal of Chemical Physics, 98 (11), 8392-8396.

45. Vanko DA, SuttonSR, Rivers ML & Bodnar RJ (1993) Fluid inclusion studies with the synchrotron X-ray fluorescence microprobe: Ratios of major elements in synthetic fluid inclusions. Chemical Geology, 109,125-134.


46. Bodnar RJ (1994) Philosophy of fluid inclusion analysis. in  Fluid Inclusions in Minerals, Methods and Applications, B. De Vivo and M. L. Frezzotti, eds., published by Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, p. 1-6.

47. Bodnar RJ &Vityk MO (1994) Interpretation of microthermometric data for H2O-NaCl fluid  Fluid Inclusions in Minerals, Methods and Applications, B. De Vivo and M. L. Frezzotti, eds., published by Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, p. 117-130.

48. Bodnar RJ (1994) Synthetic fluid inclusions. XII. Experimental determination of the liquidus and isochores for a 40 wt.% H2O-NaCl solution. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 58,1053-1063.

49. Mavrogenes JA & Bodnar RJ (1994) Experimental evidence and geologic implications of hydrogen movement into and out of fluid inclusions in quartz. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 58, 141-148.

50. Oakes CS, BodnarRJ, Simonson JM & Pitzer KS (1994) Critical and supercritical properties for 0.3 to 3.0  mol kg-1 CaCl2(aq)Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 58, 2421-2431.

51. Seitz JC, BlencoeJG, Joyce DB & Bodnar RJ (1994) Volumetric properties of CO2-CH4-N2 fluids:  Comparison of equations of state and experimental data with implications for fluid inclusionsGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 58, 1065-1071.

52. Simonson JM, Oakes CS & Bodnar RJ (1994) Densities of NaCl(aq) to thetemperature 523 K at pressures to 40 MPa measured with a new vibrating tube densimeterJournal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 26, 345-359.

53. Winslow DM, Bodnar RJ & Tracy RJ (1994) Fluid inclusion evidence for an anticlockwise metamorphic P-T path in central MassachusettsJournal of Metamorphic Geology, 12, 361-371.

54. Vityk MO, BodnarRJ & Schmidt C (1994) Fluid inclusions as tectonothermobarometers: Relation between P-T history and re-equilibration morphology during crustal thickeningGeology, 22, 731-734.

55. Cline JS &Bodnar RJ (1994) Direct evolution of a brine from a crystallizing silicic melt at the Questa, New Mexico, molybdenum deposit. Economic Geology, 89,1780-1802.

56. Yang K & Bodnar RJ (1994) Why is economic porphyry copper mineralization absent from the granitoids of the Gyeongsang Basin, South Korea?:  Evidence from silicate melt and aqueous fluid inclusionsInternational Geology Review, 36,608-628.


57. Beane RE &Bodnar RJ (1995) Hydrothermal fluids and hydrothermal alteration inporphyry copper deposits. in Pierce, F.W. and Bohm, J.G., Porphyry Copper Deposits of the American Cordillera. Arizona Geological Society Digest 20, Tucson, AZ p. 83-93.

58. Bodnar RJ (1995) Experimental determination of the PVTx properties of aqueous solutions at elevated temperatures and pressures using synthetic fluid inclusions: H2O-NaCl as an example. Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 67(6), 873-880.

59. Bodnar RJ (1995) Fluid inclusion evidence for a magmatic source for metals in porphyry copper deposits. in Mineralogical Association of Canada Short Course Volume 23, Magmas, Fluids and Ore Deposits, J. F. H. Thompson, ed., 139-152.

60. Sheets RW, Craig JR & Bodnar RJ (1995) Composition and occurrence of electrum at the Morning Star deposit, San Bernardino County, CA: Evidence for remobilization of gold and silver. Canadian Mineralogist, 33,137-151.

61. Oakes CS, BodnarRJ, Simonson JM & Pitzer KS (1995) CaCl2-H2Oin the supercritical and two-phase rangesInternational Journal of Thermophysics, 16, 483-492.

62. Vityk MO & Bodnar RJ (1995) Do fluid inclusions in high grade metamorphic terranes preserve peak metamorphic density during retrograde decompressionAmerican Mineralogist, 80, 641-644.

63. Vityk MO & BodnarRJ (1995) Textural evolution of synthetic fluid inclusions in quartz during re-equilibration, with applications to tectonic reconstruction. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 121,309-323.

64. Mavrogenes JA, BodnarRJ, Anderson AJ, Bajt S, Sutton SR & Rivers ML (1995) Assessment of the uncertainties and limitations of quantitative elemental analysis of individual fluid inclusions using synchrotron X-ray fluorescence. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 59, no. 19, 3987-3995.

65. Szabo Cs. & BodnarRJ (1995) Sulfides in Cr-diopside xenoliths from alkalinebasalt lavas, Nógrád-Gömör Volcanic Field, North Hungary/South Slovakia. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 59,no. 19, 3917-3927.

66. Schmidt C, Rosso KM & Bodnar RJ (1995) Synthetic fluid inclusions. XIII: Experimental determination of the PVTX properties in the system (H2O + 40 wt.% NaCl) - CO2 at elevated temperatures and pressures. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 59, no. 19, 3953-3959.

67. Rosso KM &Bodnar RJ (1995) Detection limits of CO2 in fluid inclusions using microthermometry and laser Raman spectroscopy and the spectroscopic characterization of CO2. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 59, no. 19, 3961-3975.

68. Oakes CS, Simonson JM & Bodnar RJ (1995) Apparent molar volumes of aqueous calcium chloride to 250°C, 400 bars, and from molalities of 0.242 to 6.150. Journal of Solution Chemistry, 24,no. 9, 897-916.

69. Vityk, M., Bodnar,R.J. & Dudok, I. (1995) Natural and synthetic re-equilibration texturesof fluid inclusions in quartz (Marmarosh Diamonds):  Evidence for refillingunder conditions of compressive loading. European Journal of Mineralogy, 7,1071-1087.

70. Bodnar, R. J.(1995) Applications of synthetic fluid inclusions in supercritical water oxidation research. in Physical Chemistry of Aqueous Systems, edited by H. J. White, Jr., J. V. Sengers, D. B. Neumann and J. C.Bellows, Beggell House, New York, p. 644-651.

71. Mavrogenes, J.A., Bodnar, R. J., Graney, J. R., McQueen, K. G. & Burlinson, K. (1995)  Comparison of decrepitation, microthermometric and compositional characteristics of fluid inclusions in barren and auriferous mesothermal quartz veins of the Cowarra gold district, New South Wales, AustraliaJournal of Geochemical Exploration, 54, 167-175.


72. Szabo, Cs. and Bodnar, R. J. (1996)   Changing ascent rates of magmas in the Nógrád-Gömör Volcanic Field, North Hungary/South Slovakia:  Evidence from CO2 inclusions in mantle xenolithsPetrology, 4, no. 3, 221-230.

73. Student, J.J. & Bodnar, R.J. (1996) Melt inclusion microthermometry: Petrologic constraints from the H2O-saturated haplogranite system. Petrology, 4, no. 3, 291-306.

74. Vityk, M. O., Bodnar, R.J. & Dudok, I. V. (1996) Hydrocarbon inclusions inMarmarosh Diamonds:  Evidence for tectonic history of the folded CarpathiansTectonophysics, 255, 163-174.

75. Seitz, J.C.,Blencoe, J.G. & Bodnar. R.J. (1996) Volumetric properties for {x1CO2 + x2CH4 + (1-x1-x2)N2} at the pressures (19.94, 39.94, 59.93, 99.93) MPa and temperatures (323.15, 373.15, 473.15, 573.15) KJournal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 28, 521-538.

76. Seitz, J.C., Blencoe, J.G. & Bodnar. R.J. (1996) The volumetric properties for {(1-x)CO2 + xCH4}, {(1-x)CO2 + xN2}, and {(1-x)CH4 + xN2} at the pressures (9.94, 19.94, 39.94, 59.93, 99.93) MPa and temperatures (323.15, 373.15, 473.15, 573.15) KJournal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 28, 539-550.

77. Szabó, Cs., Bodnar, R.J. & Sobolev, A.V. (1996) Metasomatism associated with subduction-related, volatile-rich silicate melt in the upper mantle beneath the Nógrád-Gömör Volcanic Field, North Hungary/South Slovakia:  Evidence from silicate melt inclusionsEuropean Journal of Mineralogy, 8, 881-899.


78. Darling, R.S.,Chou, I-Ming & Bodnar, R.J. (1997) An occurrence of the metastable cristobalite in high pressure garnet granulite. Science, 276, 91-93.

79. Bodnar, R. J., Vityk, M.O., Hryn, J. & Mavrogenes, J.A. (1997) Phase equilibria in the system H2O-NaCl-KCl-MgCl2 relevant to salt cake processing.  Light Metals 1997, Proceedings of the 126th TMS Annual Meeting, R. Huglen, ed., The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, Warrendale, PA, 1,145-1,151.

80. Roedder, E. & Bodnar, R. J. (1997) Fluid Inclusion Studies of Hydrothermal Ore Deposits. in Geochemistry ofHydrothermal Ore Deposits, 3rd ed., H. L. Barnes, ed., Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, 657-698.


81. Invernizzi, C,Vityk, M.O., Cello, G. & Bodnar, R.J. (1998) Fluid inclusions in high pressure/low temperature rocks from the Calabrian Arc (southern Italy): the burial and exhumation history of the subduction-related Diamante-Terranova unit. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 16, 247-258.

82. Vityk, M.O. & Bodnar,R.J. (1998) Statistical microthermometry of synthetic fluidinclusions in quartz during decompressionContributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 132, no. 2, 149-162.

83. Schmidt, C., Chou,I-M., Bodnar, R. J. & Bassett, W. A. (1998)  Microthermometric analysis of synthetic fluid inclusions in the hydrothermal diamond-anvil cell. American Mineralogist, 83,995-1007.

84. Szabó, Cs. & Bodnar,R.J. (1998) Fluid inclusion evidence for an upper mantle origin for green clinopyroxenes in late Cenozoic basanites fromthe Nógrád-Gömör Volcanic Field, North Hungary/South Slovakia.  International Geology Review, 40, no. 9, 765-773.


85. Sachan HH, Bodnar RJ,Islam R, Szabó Cs & Law RD (1999) Exhumation history of eclogites from the Tso-Morari Crystalline Complex ineastern Ladakh:  Mineralogical and fluid inclusion evidence. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 30, no. 2, 181-190.

86. Szabó Cs & BodnarRJ (1999) Fluid inclusion evidence for an upper mantle origin for green clinopyroxenes in late Cenozoic basanites fromthe Nógrád-Gömör Volcanic Field, North Hungary/South Slovakia. in Planetary Petrology and Geochemistry:  The Lawrence A. Taylor 60th BirthdayVolume, G. A. Snyder, C. R. Neal and W. G. Ernst, eds., Geological Society of America, pp. 83-91.

87. Student JJ & BodnarRJ (1999) Synthetic fluid inclusions XIV: Microthermometric and compositional analysis of coexisting silicate melt and aqueous fluid inclusions trapped in the haplogranite-H2O-NaCl-KCl system at 800°C and 2000 barsJournal of Petrology, 40, no. 10, 1509-1525.

88. Zolensky ME, Bodnar RJ,Bogard DD, Garrison DH, Gibson EK, Nyquist LE, Reese Y, Shih C-Y & Wiesmann H (1999) Asteroidal water within fluid inclusion-bearing halite in an H5 chondrite. Science, 285, no. 5432, 1377-1379.

89. Allen CC, Albert FG, Combie J, Bodnar RJ, Hamilton VE, Jolliff BL, Kuebler K, Wang A, Lindstrom DJ, Morris PA, Morris RV, Murray RW, NyquistLE, Simpson PD, Steele A, & Symes S (1999) Effects of sterilizing dosesof gamma radiation on Mars analog rocks and minerals. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104,27,043-27,066.

90. Bodnar, R.J.(1999) Hydrothermal Solutions. in Encyclopedia of Geochemistry, C.P. Marshall and Fairbridge eds., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Lancaster, pp. 333-337.


91. Vityk MO, Bodnar RJ & Doukhan, J-C (2000) Synthetic fluid inclusions: XV. TEM investigation of plastic flow associated with re-equilibration of synthetic fluid inclusions in natural quartz. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 139, no. 3, 285-297.

92. Schmidt C & BodnarRJ (2000) Synthetic fluid inclusions: XVI. PVTX properties in the system H2O-NaCl-CO2 at elevated temperatures, pressures, and salinities. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 64, no. 22, 3853-3869.


93. Rubin AE, Zolensky ME& Bodnar RJ (2002) The halite-bearing Zag and Monahans (1998) meteoritebreccias: Shock metamorphism, thermal metamorphism and aqueous alteration on the H-chondrite parent bodyMeteoritics and Planetary Science, 37, no. 1, 125-141.

94. Thomas JB, Bodnar RJ,Shimizu N and Sinha AK (2002) Determination of zircon/melt trace elementpartition coefficients from SIMS analysis of melt inclusions in zircon. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 66,no. 16, 2887-2902.

95. Thomas JB & BodnarRJ (2002) A technique for mounting and polishing melt inclusions in small (<1 mm) crystalsAmerican Mineralogist, 87, 1505-1508.


96. Fedele L, Bodnar RJ,DeVivo B & Tracy RJ (2003) Melt inclusion geochemistry and computer modeling of trachyte petrogenesis at Ponza, Italy. Chemical Geology, 194,81-104.

97. Rapien MH, Bodnar RJ,Simmons S, Szabó Cs, Wood CP & Sutton SR (2003) Melt inclusion study of the embryonic porphyry copper system at White Island, New Zealand. Societyof Economic Geologists Special Publication 10, p. 41-59.

98. Bodnar RJ (2003) Introductionto fluid inclusions. In I. Samson, A. Anderson, & D. Marshall, eds. Fluid Inclusions: Analysis and Interpretation. Mineralogical Association of Canada, Short Course 32, 1-8.

99. Bodnar RJ (2003) Reequilibrationof fluid inclusions. In I. Samson, A. Anderson, & D. Marshall, eds. Fluid Inclusions: Analysis and Interpretation. Mineralogical Association of Canada 32, 213-230.

100. Bodnar RJ (2003) Introductionto aqueous fluid systems. In I. Samson, A. Anderson, & D. Marshall,eds. Fluid Inclusions: Analysis and Interpretation. Mineralogical Association of Canada, ShortCourse 32, 81-99.

101. Thomas JB, Bodnar RJ,Shimizu N & Chesner C (2003) Melt Inclusions in Zircon. in Zircon, J.M. Hanchar & P.W.O. Hoskins, eds., Mineralogical Society of America, Reviews in Mineralogy &Geochemistry, v. 53, p. 63-87.


102. AdarF, Naudin C, Whitley A & Bodnar RJ (2004) Use of a microscope objective corrected fora cover glass to improve confocal spatial resolution inside a sample with finite index of refraction. Applied Spectroscopy, 58 [9] 1136-1137.

103. ElwoodMadden ME, Bodnar RJ & Rimstidt JD (2004) Jarosite as an indicator of water-limited chemical weathering on Mars. Nature, 431, 821-823. [1]

104. ElwoodMadden ME, Horz, F & Bodnar RJ (2004) Experimental simulation of shock-induced re-equilibration of fluid inclusions. Canadian Mineralogist, 42,317-328.

105. Yang KY & Bodnar RJ (2004) Orthomagmatic origin for the Ilkwang Cu-W breccia-pipedeposit, southern Kyongsang Basin, South Korea. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 24,no. 2, 259-270.

106. StudentJJ & Bodnar RJ (2004) Silicate melt inclusions in porphyry copper deposits: Identification and homogenization behavior. Canadian Mineralogist, 42,1563-1600.


107. BodnarRJ (2005) Fluids in planetary systems. Elements, 1,9-12.

108. Stockstill KR, McSween HY, Jr. & Bodnar RJ (2005) Melt inclusions in augite of the Nakhla Martian Meteorite: Evidence for basaltic parental melt. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 40,no. 3, 377-395.

109. Reed JS, Spotila JA, Eriksson KA & Bodnar RJ (2005) Burial and exhumationhistory of Pennsylvanian strata, central Appalachian Basin, an integrated study. Basin Research, 17, 259-268

110. Zajacz Z, Halter W, Malfait WJ, Müntener O, Bodnar RJ, Bachmann O, Webster JD, Ulmer P, Mandeville CW, Hirschmann MM & Morizet Y (2005) A composition independent quantitative determination of the water content in silicate glasses and silicate melt inclusions by confocal Raman-spectroscopy. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 150, no. 6, 631-642.


111. ElwoodMadden ME, Kring DA & Bodnar RJ (2006) Shock reequilibration of fluid inclusions in Coconino Sandstone from MeteorCrater, Arizona. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 241, 32-46.

112. ElwoodMadden ME, Kring DA & Bodnar RJ (2006) Shock reequilibration of fluid inclusions in crystalline basement rocks from the Ries Crater, Germany. Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences, 41, no. 2, 247-262.

113. BodnarRJ & Student JJ (2006) Melt inclusions in plutonic rocks: Petrography and microthermometry. In Melt Inclusions in Plutonic Rocks (J. D. Webster, ed.) Mineral.Assoc. Canada, Short Course 36, 1-26.

114. Azbej T, Szabo C, Bodnar RJ, and Dobosi G (2006) Genesis of carbonate aggregates in lamprophyres from the northeastern Transdanubian Central Range, Hungary: Magmatic or hydrothermal origin? Mineralogy and Petrology, 88, 479-497.


115. Fall A, Bodnar RJ, Szabó Cs (2007) Fluid evolution in the nepheline syenites of the Ditráu Alkaline Massif, Transylvania, Romania. Lithos, 95, 331-345.

116. Severs MJ, Azbej T, Thomas JB, Mandeville CW, Jr. & Bodnar RJ (2007) Experimental determination of H2O loss from melt inclusions during laboratory heating. Chemical Geology, 237(3-4), 358-371.

117. Azbej T, Severs MJ, Rusk BG & Bodnar RJ (2007) In situ quantitative analysis of individual H2O-CO2 fluid inclusions by laser Raman spectroscopy. Chemical Geology, 237(3-4), 255-263.

118.  Cannatelli C, Lima A, De Vivo B, Bodnar RJ, Webster JD & Fedele L (2007) Chemical evolution of the Campi Flegrei, Campania, Italy: Insights from melt inclusions from the Fondo Riccio eruption. Chemical Geology, 237(3-4), 418-432.

119. Schiffbauer JD, Yin L, Bodnar RJ, Kaufman AJ, Meng F, Hu J, Shen B, Xunlai Y, Bao H & Xiao S (2007) Ultrastructural and geochemical characterization of Archean–Paleoproterozoic graphite particles: Implications for recognizing traces of life in highly metamorphosed rocks. Astrobiology, 7, no. 4, 684-704.

120. Sachan HK, Mukherjee BK & Bodnar RJ (2007) Preservation of methane generated during serpentinization of upper mantle rocks: Evidence from fluid inclusions in the Nidar ophiolite, Indus Suture Zone, Ladakh (India). Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 257, 47-59.

121. Lin F, Sum AK & Bodnar RJ (2007) Correlation of methane Raman n1 band position with fluid density and interactions at the molecular level. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 38, 1510-1515.

122. Bodnar RJ, Cannatelli C, De Vivo B, Lima AM, Belkin HE & Milia A (2007) Quantitative model for magma degassing and ground deformation (bradyseism) at Campi Flegrei, Italy: Implications for future eruptions. Geology, 35, no. 9, 791-794.

123. Lin F, Bodnar RJ & Becker SP (2007) Experimental determination of the Raman CH4 n1 band position from 1-650 bars and 0.3-22 C: Application to fluid inclusion studies. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 71(15), 3746-3756.


124. Bali E, Zajacz Z, Kovacs I, Halter W, Szabo Cs, Vaselli O, Torok K & Bodnar RJ, (2008) A quartz-bearing orthopyroxene-rich websterite xenolith from the Pannonian Basin, western Hungary: Evidence for release of Si-oversaturated melts from the subducted slab. Journal of Petrology, 49(3), 421-439.

125. Zoheir BA, El-Shazly A, Helba H, Khalil KI & Bodnar RJ (2008) Origin and evolution of the Um Egat and Dungash orogenic gold deposits, Egyptian Eastern Desert: Evidence from fluid inclusions in quartz. Economic Geology, 103, no. 2, 405-424.

126. Becker SP, Fall A & Bodnar RJ (2008) Synthetic Fluid Inclusions XVII. PVTX properties of high salinity H2O-NaCl solutions (>30 wt.% NaCl), with application to inclusions that homogenize along the halite liquidus. Economic Geology, 103, no. 3, 539-554.(supplementary materials)

127. Mutchler SR, Fedele L & Bodnar RJ (2008) Analysis Management System (AMS) for reduction of laser ablation ICPMS data. In Laser-Ablation-ICPMS in the Earth Sciences: Current Practices and Outstanding Issues (P. Sylvester, ed.) Mineralogical Association of Canada Short Course Series, Vol. 40, 318-327. (Link to AMS download)

128. Audétat A, Pettke T, Heinrich CA & Bodnar RJ (2008) The composition of magmatic hydrothermal fluids in barren versus mineralized intrusions. Economic Geology, 103, no. 5, 877-908.


129. Mahapatra MK, Lu K & Bodnar RJ (2009) Network structure and thermal property of a novel high temperature seal glass. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing, 95, 493-500.

130. Lüders V, Romer RL, Gilg HA, Bodnar RJ, Pettke T, Misantoni D (2009) A geochemical study of the Sweet Home Mine, Alma, Colorado, USA: hydrothermal fluid evolution above a hypothesized cupola. Mineralium Deposita, 44(4), 415-434

131. Severs MJ, Beard JS, Fedele L, Hanchar JM, Mutchler SR, Bodnar RJ (2009) Distribution of trace elements between dacitic melt and plagioclase, orthopyroxene, and clinopyroxene: Evidence from laser ablation ICPMS analysis of silicate melt inclusions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(7), 2123-2141.

132. Fall A, Rimstidt JD and Bodnar RJ (2009) The effect of fluid inclusion size on determination of homogenization temperature and density of liquid-rich aqueous inclusions. American Mineralogist, 94, 1569-1579.

133. De Vivo B, Lima A, Bodnar RJ, Milia A & Spera FJ (2009) Il rischio eruzione nei Campi Flegrei. [The risk of an eruption at the Phlegrian Fields]. Le Scienze, December 2009, no. 496, pp. 96-103 [in Italian].

134. Berkesi M, Hidas K, Guzmics T, Dubessy J, Bodnar RJ, Szabó Cs, Vajna B and T Tsunogae (2009) Detection of small amounts of H2O in CO2-rich fluid inclusions using Raman spectroscopy. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 40, 1461-1463;

135. Lima A, De Vivo B, Spera FJ, Bodnar RJ, Milia A, Nunziata C, Belkin HE and Cannatelli C (2009) Thermodynamic model for uplift and deflation episodes (bradyseism) associated with magmatic-hydrothermal activity at the Campi Flegrei active volcanic center (Italy). Earth-Science Reviews, 97, 44-58 doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2009.10.001

136. Bodnar RJ (2009) Heavy Metals or Punk Rocks?, Science, vol. 323, #5915, pp. 724-725 (invited Science Perspective).


137. Rhim YR, Zhang D, Fairbrother DH, Wepasnick K, Livi KJ, Bodnar R & Nagle DC (2010) Changes in electrical properties of microcrystalline cellulose as a function of carbonization temperature. Carbon, 48, no. 4, 1012-1024 cleardoi:10.1016/j.carbon.2009.11.020

138. Fedortchouk Y, LeBarge W, Barkov AY, Fedele L & Bodnar RJ (2010) Major- and trace-element composition of platinum group minerals and their inclusions from several Yukon placers. In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2009, K.E. MacFarlane, L.H. Weston and L.R. Blackburn (eds.), Yukon Geological Survey, p. 185-196.

139. Hidas K, Guzmics T, Szabo C, Kovacs I, Bodnar RJ, Zajacz Z, Nedli, Z, Vaccari, L & Perucchi A (2010) Coexisting silicate melt inclusions and H2O-bearing, CO2-rich fluid inclusions in peridotite xenoliths from the Carpathian-Pannonian region (central Hungary). Chemical Geology, 274, p. 1-18.

140. Lin F & Bodnar RJ(2010) Synthetic fluid inclusions XVIII: Experimental determination of the PVTX properties of H2O-CH4 to 500 °C and XCH4 ≤ 4 mol.%. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74, p. 3260-3273.

141. BeckerSP, Eichubl P, Laubach SE, Reed RM Lander RH & Bodnar RJ(2010) A 48 m.y. history of fracture opening, temperature, and fluid pressure: Cretaceous Travis Peack Formation, East Texas basin. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 122, no. 7/8, p. 1081-1093.

142. John DA, Ayuso RA, Barton MD, Blakely RJ, Bodnar RJ, Dilles JH, Gray F, Graybeal FT, Mars JC, McPhee DK, Seal RR, Taylor RD & Vikre PG (2010) Porphyry Copper Deposit Model, Chapter B of Mineral deposit models for resource assessment: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5070–B, 169 p.

143. Fedortchouk Y, LeBarge W, Barkov AY, Fedele L, Bodnar RJ & Martin RF (2010) Platinum group minerals from a placer deposit in Burwash Creek, Kluane area, Yukon Territory, Canada. Canadian Mineralogist, 48, 583-596. doi:10.3749/canmin.48.3.583


144. Steele-MacInnis, M., Bodnar, R.J., & Naden, J. (2011) Numerical model to determine the composition of H2O-NaCl-CaCl2 fluid inclusions based on microthermometric and microanalytical data. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, p.21-40 doi:10.1016/j.gca.2010.10.002

145. Ferrero S, Bodnar RJ, Cesare B & Viti C (2011) Re-equilibration of primary fluid inclusions in peritectic garnet from metapelitic enclaves, El Hoyazo, Spain. Lithos, 124, 117-131. doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2010.09.004

146. Fall A, Tattitch B & Bodnar RJ (2011) Combined microthermometric and Raman spectroscopic technique to determine the salinity of H2O-CO2-NaCl fluid inclusions based on clathrate melting. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75, 951-964  doi:10.1016/j.gca.2010.11.021

147. Beck AW, Mittlefehldt DW, McSween HY, Jr., Rumble D, Lee CT & Bodnar RJ (2011) MIL 03443, a dunite from asteroid 4 Vesta: Evidence for its classification and cumulate origin. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 46(8), pages 1133–1151.

149. Steele-MacInnis M, Esposito R & Bodnar RJ (2011) Thermodynamic model for the effect of post-entrapment crystallization on the H2O-CO2 systematics of vapor-saturated, silicate melt inclusions. Journal of Petrology, 52, 2461-2482

150. Esposito R, Bodnar RJ, Danyushevsky LV, De Vivo B, Fedele L, Hunter J & Shimizu N (2011) Volatile evolution of magma associated with the Sochiaro eruption in the Phlegrean Volcanic District (Italy). Journal of Petrology, 52, 2431-2460


151. Berkesi M, Guzmics T, Szabó C, Dubessy J, Bodnar RJ, Hidas K & Ratter K (2012) The role of CO2-rich fluids in trace element transport and metasomatism in the lithospheric mantle beneath the Central Pannonian Basin, Hungary, based on fluid inclusions in mantle xenoliths. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 331-332, 8-20

152. Doherty AL, Bodnar RJ, De Vivo B, Bohrson WA, Belkin HE, Messina A &Tracy RJ (2012) Bulk rock composition and geochemistry of olivine hosted melt inclusions in the Grey Porri Tuff and selected lavas of the Monte dei Porri volcano, Salina, Aeolian Islands, southern Italy. Central European Journal of Geosciences 4, 338-355

153. Esposito R, Klebesz R, Bartoli O, Klyukin YI, Moncada D, Doherty AL & Bodnar RJ (2012) Application of the Linkam TS1400XY heating stage to melt inclusion studies. Central European Journal of Geosciences 4, 208-218

154. Gannon JP, Burbey TJ, Bodnar RJ & Aylor J (2012) Geophysical and geochemical characterization of the groundwater system and the role of Chatham Fault in groundwater movement at the Coles Hill uranium deposit, Virginia, USA. Hydrogeology Journal 20, 45-60

155. Klébesz R, Bodnar RJ, De Vivo B, Török K, Lima & Petrosino P (2012) Composition and origin of nodules from the ≈20 ka Pomici di Base (PB)-Sarno eruption of Mt. Somma-Vesuvius, Italy. Central European Journal of Geosciences 4, 324-337

156. Krause, A, Pickrell G, Pfeiffenberger N, Bodnar RJ & Greenlaw R (2012) Thermal stress measurement and modeling in plasma spray deposits used for attaching fiber optic sensors. International Journal of Material and Mechanical Engineering 1, 32-37

157. Lecumberri-Sanchez P, Steele-MacInnis M & Bodnar RJ (2012) A numerical model to estimate trapping conditions of fluid inclusions that homogenize by halite disappearance. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 92, 14-22

158. Moncada D & Bodnar RJ (2012) Gangue mineral textures and fluid inclusion characteristics of the Santa Margarita Vein in the Guanajuato Mining District, Mexico. Central European Journal of Geosciences 4, 300-309

159. Moncada D, Mutchler S, Nieto A, Reynolds TJ, Rimstidt JD& Bodnar RJ (2012) Mineral textures and fluid inclusion petrography of the epithermal Ag-Au deposits at Guanajuato, Mexico: Application to exploration. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 114, 20-35

160. Rother G, Krukowski EG, Wallacher D, Grimm N, Bodnar RJ & Cole, DR (2012) Pore size effects on the sorption of supercritical CO2 in mesoporous CPG-10 silica. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116, 917-922

161. Schiffbauer JD, Wallace AF, Hunter JL, Kowalewski M, Bodnar RJ & Xiao S (2012) Thermally-induced structural and chemical alteration of organic-walled microfossils: an experimental approach to understanding fossil preservation in metasediments. Geobiology 10, 402-423

162. Steele-MacInnis M, Han L, Lowell RP, Rimstidt JD & Bodnar RJ (2012) Quartz precipitation and fluid inclusion characteristics in sub-seafloor hydrothermal systems associated with volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits. Central European Journal of Geosciences 4, 275-286

163. Steele-MacInnis M, Han L, Lowell RP, Rimstidt JD & Bodnar RJ (2012) The role of fluid phase immiscibility in quartz dissolution and precipitation in sub-seafloor hydrothermal systems. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 321-322, 139-151

164. Valenti P, Bodnar RJ & Schmidt C (2012) Experimental determination of H2O-NaCl liquidi to 25 mass% NaCl and 1.4 GPa: Application to the Jovian satellite Europa. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 92, 117-128

165. Wang D, Hamm LM, Bodnar RJ & Dove PM (2012) Raman spectroscopic characterization of the magnesium content in amorphous calcium carbonates. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 43, 543-548