Earth Sciences Department: 2009 Publications


Thematic Group TECTONICS PALEOCLIMATOLOGY WATER PROGRAM


Thematic Group

GeoRef Peer Reviewed publications with a “SU Earth Sciences” affiliation

Faculty, Post Docs, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

2009

Lancaster, P J; Fu, B; Page, F Z; Kita, N T; Bickford, M E; Hill, B M; McLelland, J M; Valley, J W; 2009, Genesis of metapelitic migmatites in the Adirondack Mountains, New York; Journal of Metamorphic Geology, v 27, p 41-54

Fitzgerald, Paul G; Duebendorfer, Ernest M; Faulds, James E; O'Sullivan, Paul; 2009, South Virgin-White Hills detachment fault system of SE Nevada and NW Arizona; applying apatite fission-track thermochronology to constrain the tectonic evolution of a major continental detachment fault; Tectonics, v 28, 31 pp

Metcalf, JR; Fitzgerald, PG; Baldwin, SL; and Munoz, J, 2009, Thermochronology of a convergent orogen; constraints on the timing of thrust faulting and subsequent exhumation of the Maladeta Pluton in the Central Pyrenean Axial Zone:  Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v 287, p 488-503

Ivany, Linda C; Brett, Carlton E; Wall, Heather LB; Wall, Patrick D; Handley, John C ; 2009, Relative taxonomic and ecologic stability in Devonian marine faunas of New York State; a test of coordinated stasis:  Paleobiology, v 35, p 499-524

Aronson, RB; Moody, RM; Ivany, LC; Blake, DB; Werner, and JE; 2009, Climate change and trophic response of the Antarctic bottom fauna:  PloS, p 1-9

Wall, Patrick D; Ivany, Linda C; Wilkinson, Bruce H; 2009, Revisiting Raup; exploring the influence of outcrop area on diversity in light of modern sample-standardization techniques; Paleobiology, v 35, p 146-167

Pollock, Meagen A; Klein, Emily M; Karson, Jeffrey A; Coleman, Drew S; 2009, Compositions of dikes and lavas from the Pito Deep Rift: Implications for crustal accretion at superfast spreading centers; Journal of Geophysical Research, v 114, Citation B03207

Siler, DL and Karson, JA, 2009, Three-dimensional structure of inclined sheet swarms; implications for crustal thickening and subsidence in the volcanic rift zones of Iceland:  Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v 188, p 333-346

Carey, Adam; Samson, Scott D; Sell, Bryan; 2009, Utility and limitations of apatite phenocryst chemistry for continent-scale correlation of Ordovician K-bentonites; Journal of Geology, v 117, p 1-14

Hibbard, JP; Pollock, JC; Brennan, M; Samson, SD; and Secor, D, 2009, Significance of new Ediacaran fossils and U-Pb zircon ages from the Albemarle Group, Carolina Terrane of North Carolina:  Journal of Geology, v 117, p 487-498

McKenzie, JM; Siegel, DI; and Rosenberry, DO, 2009, Improving conceptual models of water and carbon transfer through peat:  Geophysical Monograph, v 184, p 265-275

Bauer, RL; Siegel, DI; Sandvol, EA; and Lautz, LK, 2009, Integrating hydrology and geophysics into a traditional geology field course; the use of advanced project options:  Special Paper - Geological Society of America, v 461, p 135-154

Shanahan, T M; Overpeck, J T; Anchukaitis, K J; Beck, J W; Cole, J E; Dettman, D L; Peck, J A; Scholz, C A; King, J W; 2009, Atlantic forcing of persistent drought in West Africa; Science, v 324, p 377-380

Wilkinson, Bruce H; Kesler, Stephen E; 2009, Quantitative identification of metallogenic epochs and provinces; application to Phanerozoic porphyry copper deposits; Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists, v 104, p 607-622

Kesler, Stephen E; Wilkinson, Bruce H; 2009, Resources of gold in Phanerozoic epithermal deposits; Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists, v 104, p 623-633

Wilkinson, Bruce H; McElroy, Brandon J; Kesler, Stephen E; Peters, Shanan E; Rothman, Edward D; 2009, Global geologic maps are tectonic speedometers; rates of rock cycling from area-age frequencies; Geological Society of America Bulletin, v 121, p 760-779

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