Member Since 1983
Everett Shock
Professor, Arizona State University
Professional Experience
Arizona State University
Professor
2002 - Present
Arizona State University
Professor
Education
University of California Berkeley
Doctorate
1987
Honors & Awards
Eunice Newton Foote Medal for Earth-Life Science
Received 2023
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Union Fellow
Received 2005
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Publications
Huge Variation in H2 Generation During Seawater Alteration of Ultramafic Rocks

Water‐rock reactions liberate bioavailable energy, a necessary condition for chemotrophic habitability and origins of life. The major mineral...

February 28, 2023
AGU Abstracts
Detecting Biosignatures Using Thermodynamic Calculations
ENCELADUS: FROM INNER WORKINGS TO THE POTENTIAL FOR LIFE IV ORAL
planetary sciences | 15 december 2023
Jordyn Robare, Grayson M. Boyer, Everett Shock
Candidate biosignatures at ocean worlds include organic compounds in abundances that are not easily explained through abiotic processes. A screening p...
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Phosphate availability and implications for life on ocean worlds
ENCELADUS: FROM INNER WORKINGS TO THE POTENTIAL FOR LIFE IV ORAL
planetary sciences | 15 december 2023
Noah G. Randolph-Flagg, Tucker Ely, Sanjoy M. Som,...
Several moons in the outer solar system host liquid water oceans. A key next step in assessing the habitability of these ocean worlds is to determine ...
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Hydrothermal Food Service
SUBAQUEOUS OCEANIC AND CONTINENTAL HYDROTHERMAL SYSTEMS: GEOCHEMISTRY, HYDROLOGY, BIOLOGY, AND STRUCTURE II ORAL
volcanology, geochemistry and petrology | 15 december 2023
Everett Shock, Tucker Ely
From the perspective of planetary elemental cycles, the main function of life is to reduce CO2 into organic forms of carbon. This is not negated by th...
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Volunteer Experience
2019 - 2020
Member
Biogeosciences Canvassing Committee
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