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Abhijit Basu

Published

Mishra, M., Bickford, M.E., and Basu, A. 2018. U-Pb Age and Chemical Composition of an Ash Bed in the Chopan Porcellanite Formation, Vindhyan Supergroup, India. The Journal of Geology 126(5):553-560

Taylor, L.A., Hogancamp, J.V., Watts, L.A., Wentworth, S.J., Archer, P.D., Zeigler, R.A., and Basu, A. Disintegration of lunar samples over time: A test. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53(5):1096-1103.

Supriya Mohan Sengupta (1932–2017). Kesavan, P.C., Swaminathan, M.S. 2017. Current Science 113(6):1187.

Bickford, M.E., Mishra, M., Mueller, P.A., Kamenov, G.D., Schieber, J., and Basu, A. 2017. U-Pb Age and Hf Isotopic Compositions of Magmatic Zircons from a Rhyolite Flow in the Porcellanite Formation in the Vindhyan Supergroup, Son Valley (India): Implications for Its Tectonic Significance. The Journal of Geology 125(3):367-379.

Basu, A. 2017. Evolution of Siliciclastic provenance inquiries: A critical appraisal. Sediment Provenance5-23.

Basu, A., Bickford, M.E., and Deasy, R. 2016. Inferring tectonic provenance of siliciclastic rocks from their chemical compositions: a dissent. Sedimentary Geology 336:26-35.

Basu, A. and Bickford, M.E. 2015. An alternative perspective on the opening and closing of the intracratonic Purana basins in peninsular India. Journal Geological Society of India 85:5-25.

Basu, A. 2015. Meteorites, cosmochemistry, astrophysics, and planetary bodies. Indian Journal of Geology 85:69-94.

David Bish

Published

Bish, D.L. and Ming, D.W. 2019, Natural zeolites: occurrence, properties, applications Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG.

Bish, D.L. and Post, J.E. 2019. Modern powder diffraction. Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG.

Dong, T., Harris, N.B., Knapp, L.J., McMillan, J.M., and Bish, D.L. 2018. The effect of thermal maturity on geomechanical properties in shale reservoirs: An example from the Upper Devonian Duvernay Formation, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. Marine and Petroleum Geology 97:137-153.

Cesarano, M., Bish, D.L., Cappelletti, P., Cavalcante, F., Belviso, C., and Fiore, S. 2018. Quantitative mineralogy of clay-rich siliciclastic landslide terrain of the Sorrento Peninsula, Italy, using a combined XRPD and XRF approach. Clays and Clay Minerals 66(4):353-369.

Grifa, C., Mercurio, M., Germinario, C., Bish, D., De Bonis, A., Morra, V., Cappelletti, P., Cavassa, L., and Langella A. 2018. Using X-ray Fluorescence and Diffraction to Elucidate Source Materials and Firing Conditions of Pompeian Ceramics. Spectroscopy 33(7):26-30.

Cheshire, M.C., Bish, D.L., Cahill, J.F., Kertesz, V., and Stack, A.G. 2018. Geochemical evidence for rare-earth element mobilization during kaolin diagenesis. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 2(5):506-520.

DI Belakovskiy, F Cámara, Y Uvarova, OC Gagné, JM Le Meins, et al. 2018. Über den Botryogen vom Rammelsberg. American Mineralogist: Journal of Earth and Planetary Materials 103(2):330-337.

Spivak-Birndorf, L.J., Wang, S.J., Bish, D.L., and Wasylenki, L.E. 2018. Nickel isotope fractionation during continental weathering. Chemical Geology 476:316-326.

Dong, T., Harris, N.B., McMillan, N.J., Twemlow, C.E., Nassichuk, B.R., and Bish, D.L. 2018. A model for porosity evolution in shale reservoirs-an example from the Upper Devonian Duvernay Formation, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin. AAPG Bulletin

Chen, D.P., Neuefeind, J.C., Koczkur, K.M., Bish, D.L., and Skrabalak, S.E. 2018. Role of Short-Range Chemical Ordering in (GaN)1–x(ZnO)x for Photodriven Oxygen Evolution. Chemistry of Materials 29(15):6525-6535.

Michalski, J.R., Glotch, T.D., LR Friedlander, M Darby Dyar, DL Bish et al. 2017. Shock metamorphism of clay minerals on Mars by meteor impact. Geophysical Research Letters 44(13): 6562-6569.

Leonardi, A., Bish, D.L. 2017. Interactions of lattice distortion fields in nano polycrystalline materials revealed by molecular dynamics and X-ray powder diffraction. Acta Materialia 133:380-392.

Frushour, A.M. and Bish, D.L. 2017. Laboratory Studies of Smectite Chloritization: Applications to the Clay Mineralogy of Gale Crater, Mars. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 48.

Schieber, J., Bish, D., Coleman, M., Reed, M., Hausrath, E.M., and Cosgrove, J. et al. 2017. Encounters with an unearthly mudstone: Understanding the first mudstone found on Mars. Sedimentology 64(2):311-358.

Nyathi, M.S., Kruse, R., Mastalerz, M., and Bish, D.L. 2017. Investigation of Coke Quality Variation between Heat-Recovery and Byproduct Cokemaking Technology. Energy & Fuels 31(2):2087-2094.

McAleer, R.J., Bish, D.L., Kunk, M.J., Sicard, K.R., Valley, P.M., Walsh, G.J. et al. 2017. Reaction softening by dissolution–precipitation creep in a retrograde greenschist facies ductile shear zone, New Hampshire, USA. Journal of Metamorphic Geology 35(1):95-119.

Ghanem, H., Kunk, M.J., Ludman, A., Bish, D.L., and Wintsch, R.P. 2016. Dating slate belts using 40Ar/39Ar geochronology and zircon ages from crosscutting plutons: A case study from east-central Maine, USA. Journal of Structural Geology 93:51-66.

Leonardi, A. and Bish, D.L. 2016. High‐performance powder diffraction pattern simulation for large‐scale atomistic models via full‐precision pair distribution function computation. Journal of Applied Crystallography 49(5):1593-1608.

Stern, J.C., Sutter, B., Freissinet, C., Navarro-Gonzalez, R., McKay, C.P., Archer, P.D., Buch, A., Brunner, A.E., Coll, P., Eigenbrode, J.L., Fairen, A.G., Franz, H.B., Glavin, D.P., Kashyap, S., McAdam, A.C., Ming, D.W., Steele, A., Szopa, C., Wray, J.J., Martin-Torres, F.J., Zorzano, M.P., Conrad, P.G., Mahaffy, P.R. and the MSL Team 2015. Evidence for indigenous nitrogen in sedimentary and aeolian deposits from the Curiosity rover investigations at Gale crater, Mars. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences 112:4245-4250. DOI

Deasy, R.T., Wintsch, R.P., Wathen, B., McAleer, R., Bish, D. and Meyer, R. 2015. Tectonic Slivers of oceanic terrane(s?): Sheeted dikes and sheared gabbros in south-central Connecticut. In, Gilmore, M.S., and Resor, P.G., Guidebook to field trips in Connecticut and Massachusetts, Wesleyan University, p. 1-24.

Deasy, R.T., Wintsch, R.P., Wathen, B., McAleer, R.J., Meyer, R. and Bish, D. 2015. Tectonic slivers of oceanic terrane(s?): sheeted dikes and sheared gabbros in south-central Connecticut. NEIGC Field Trip Guide.

Liu, T., Bish, D.L., Socki, R.A., Harvey, R.P. and Tonui, E. 2015. Mineralogy and formation of evaporite deposits from the Lewis Cliff ice tongue, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 27:73-84.

Mahaffy, P.R., Webster, C.R., Stern, J.C., Brunner, A.E., Atreya, S.K., Conrad, P.G., Domagal-Goldman, S., Eigenbrode, J.L., Flesch, G.J., Christensen, L.E., Franz, H.B., Freissinet, C., Glavin, D.P., Grotzinger, J.P., Jones, J.H., Leshin, L.A., Malespin, C., McAdam, A.C., Ming, D.W., Navarro-Gonzalez, R., Niles, P.B., Owen, T., Pavlov, A.A., Steele, A., Trainer, M.G., Williford, K.H., Wray, J.J. and the MSL Sci Team 2015. The imprint of atmospheric evolution in the D/H of Hesperian clay minerals on Mars. Science 347:412-414. DOI

Cousin, A., Meslin, P.Y., Wiens, R.C., Rapin, W., Mangold, N., Fabre, C., Gasnault, O., Forni, O., Tokar, R., Ollila, R., Schröder, S., Lasue, J., Maurice, S., Sautter, V., Newsom, H., Vaniman, D., Le Mouélic, S., Dyar, C., Berger, G., Blaney, D., Nachon, M., Dromart, G., Lanza, N., Clark, B., Clegg, S., Goetz, W., Berger, J., Barraclough, B., Delapp, D., and the MSL Science Team 2015. Compositions of coarse and fine particles in martian soils at gale: A window into the production of soils. Icarus 249:22–42.

Simon Brassell

Published

Colcord, D.E., Shilling, A.M., Sauer, P.E., Freeman, K.H., Njau, J.K., Stanistreet, I.G. et al. 2018. Sub-Milankovitch paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental variability in East Africa recorded by Pleistocene lacustrine sediments from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 495:284-291.

Kumar, A., Schimmelmann, A., Sauer, P.E., and Brassell, S.C. 2017. Distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in laminated Santa Barbara Basin sediments. Organic Geochemistry 113:303-314.

O'Brien, C.L., Robinson, S.A., Pancost, R.D., Damste, J.S.S., Schouten, S., Lunt, D.J. et al. 2017. Cretaceous sea-surface temperature evolution: Constraints from TEX86 and planktonic foraminiferal oxygen isotopes. Earth-science reviews 172:224-247.

Colcord, D.E., Pearson, A., and Brassell, S.C. 2017. Carbon isotopic composition of intact branched GDGT core lipids in Greenland lake sediments and soils. Organic Geochemistry 110:25-32.

Brassell, S.C. 2017. Using Analytics to Evaluate Influences on Student Learning Outcomes in a GenEd Science Course (E131, Oceans & Our Global Environment).

Shilling, A., Colcord, D., Freeman, K., Njau, J., Stanistreet, I., Stollhofen, H. et al. 2017. Biomarkers record changes in the depositional environment of paleolake Olduvai concurrent with increased hominin diversity. 28 th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry 17 Florence, Italy.

SC Brassell, DE Concord, AM Shilling, KH Freeman, JK Njau, et al. 2017. Biogeochemical Proxies of Climatic and Environmental Change from the Sedimentary Record of Paleolake Olduvai (1.80-1.88 Ma). AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Furmann, A., Mastalerz, M., Brassell, S.C., Pedersen, P.K., Zajac, N. and Schimmelmann, A. 2015. Organic matter geochemistry and petrography of Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian-Turonian) organic-rich shales from the Belle Fourche and Second White Specks formations, west-central Alberta, Canada. Org. Geochem. 85:102-120. DOI

Colcord, D.E., Cadieux, S.A., Brassell, S.C., Castañeda, I.S., Pratt, L.M. and White, J.R. 2015. Assessment of branched GDGTs as temperature proxies in sedimentary records from several small lakes in southwestern Greenland. Org. Geochem. 82:33-41. DOI

Brassell, S.C. 2014. Climatic influences on the Paleogene evolution of alkenones. Paleoceanography 29. DOI

Furmann, A. Mastalerz, M., Brassell, S.C., Schimmelmann, A. and Picardal F. 2013. Extractability of biomarkers from high- and low-vitrinite coals and its effect on the porosity of coal. Int. J. Coal Geol. 107:141-151. DOI

Gao, L., Brassell, S.C., Mastalerz, M. and Schimmelmann, A. 2013. Microbial degradation of sedimentary organic matter associated with shale gas and coalbed methane in Eastern Illinois Basin (Indiana), USA. Int. J. Coal Geol. 107:152-164. DOI

Furmann, A., Schimmelmann, A., Brassell, S.C., Mastalerz, M. and Picardal, F. 2013 Chemical compound classes supporting microbial methanogenesis in coal. Chem. Geol. 339:226-241. DOI

Cheshire, M., Bish, D.L. and Brassell, S.C. 2012. Organic geochemical composition of the Georgia kaolins: Insights into formation and diagenetic conditions. Clays & Clay Min. 60:420-439. DOI

Wang, R., Zhang, S., Brassell, S.C., Wang, J., Lu, Z., Ming, Q., Wang, X. and Bian, L. 2012. Molecular carbon isotope variations in core samples taken at the Permian-Triassic boundary layers in southern China. Int. J. Earth Sci. 101:1397-1406. DOI

Abstracts

Kumar, A., Brassell, S.C., Schimmelmann, A. and Sauer, P.E. (2015) Distribution and sources of polycyckic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the Santa Barbara Basin. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, 107-23. https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2015AM/webprogram/Paper266919.html

Brassell S.C. 2015. Are non-calcifying prymnesiophytes significant contributors of alkenones in the marine environment? Abstract C-06, Books of Abstracts, 27th International Meeting on Organic GEochemistry, Prague, Czech Republic.

Freeman, K.H., Doman, C., Colcord, D., Brassell, S.C., Njau, J., Stanistreet, I.G., Schick, K. and Toth, N. 2015. Biomarker signatures of fire and grassland-forest transitions associated with hominins at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. GSA Abstracts 171-3, https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2015AM/webprogram/Paper268839.html

Brassell, S.C. 2014. Significance of tocopherols during Cretaceous OAE. Gordon Research Conference on Organic Geochemistry.

James Brophy

Published

Yohler, R., Njau, J. and Brophy, J. 2015 (abstract). A geophysical approach to understanding the Olduvai Gorge basin subsurface: Using magnetics to track Be I basalt flows. GSA Annual Meeting, Baltimore Maryland

Brophy, J.G. 2015 (abstract). Numerical modeling of REE-SiO2 systematics during island arc lower crustal amphibolite melting: the role of partial disequilibrium melting conditions. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts

Pu, X., Brophy, J.G. and Tsujimori, T. 2014. Rare Earth Element – SiO2 systematics of island arc crustal amphibolite migmatites from the Asago body of the Yakuno Ophiolite: a field evaluation of some model predictions. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 168:1060 DOI

Biasi, J.A., Brophy, J. and Wintsch, R.P. 2014. Magma Interactions in a Central Maine Pluton. Abstracts with Programs, Geological Society of America 46(6):374

Brophy, J.G. and Pu, X. 2012. Rare Earth Element–SiO2 systematics of mid-ocean ridge plagiogranites and host gabbros from the Fournier oceanic fragment, New Brunswick, Canada: a field evaluation of some model predictions. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol. 164:191-204.

Brophy, J.G., Ota, T., Kunihiro, T., Tsujimori, T. and Nakamura, E. 2011. In situ ion-microprobe determination of trace element partition coefficients for hornblende, plagioclase, orthopyroxene and apatite in equilibrium with natural rhyolitic glass, Little Glass Mountain Rhyolite, California. American Mineralogist 96:1838-1850.

Bowen, B.B., Ochoa, R., Wilkens, N.D., Brophy, J.G., Lovell, T.R., Fischietto, N., Medina, C. and Rupp, J. 2011. Depositional and Diagenetic Variability Within the Cambrian Mount Simon Sandstone: Implications for Carbon Dioxide Sequestration. Environmental Geosciences 18:69-89.

Brophy, J.G. 2009. Decompression and H2O exsolution driven crystallization and fractionation: development of a new model for low pressure fractional crystallization in calc-alkaline magmatic systems. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol. 157:797-833.

Brophy, J.G. 2009. La-SiO2 and Yb-SiO2 systematics in mid-ocean ridge (MOR) magmas: implications for the origin of plagiogranite. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol. 158:99-111.

Sarkar, A., Brophy, J.G., Ripley, E.M., Li, C. and Kamo, S. 2009. Geochemical and isotopic studies of the Lady of the Lake Intrusion: Constraints on the genetic relation between Cretaceous mafic and silicic magmatism in southwestern Montana. Lithos 113:555-569.

Bruce Douglas

Websites

Douglas, B. (Indiana University) and Funning, G. (University of California Riverside), Geodesy Tools for Societal Issues (GETSI) - Imaging Active Tectonics with InSAR and LiDAR, Last Modified: December 16, 2015. In this module, students use LiDAR and InSAR data to understand the earthquake cycle, from individual earthquakes to landscape-forming timescales. This is motivated by consideration of earthquake hazards, specifically the vulnerability of the infrastructural lifelines upon which society depends. Five units are provided, including lecture materials, discussions, paper exercises, group activities that can be deployed either as gallery walks or computer exercises, an exercise for modeling InSAR data using an online tool, and a culminating assignment. The students will be exposed to analytical techniques and will have the opportunity to work with this new data through digital technology that is typically only available to graduate students or professionals. These materials are intended for inclusion in upper-level undergraduate classes in structural geology, tectonics or geophysics. The materials are available on the SERC website. http://serc.carleton.edu/getsi/teaching_materials/imaging_active_tectonics/index.html

Douglas, B. (Indiana University), Shervais, K. (UNAVCO) and Crosby, C.(UNAVCO), Using TLS in undergraduate geology field courses (Majors level): in development and testing. Beta version available from UNAVCO) http://serc.carleton.edu/getsi/index.html

Abstracts

Pratt-Sitaula, B., Walker, B., Miller, M.S., Charlevoix, D. and Douglas, B.D. 2014. GEodesy Tools for Societal Issues (GETSI): Undergraduate curricular modules that feature geodetic data applies to critical social topics (invited), Abstract ED42B-01 presented at the Fall 2014 National AGU meeting

Pratt-Sitaula, B.A., Butler, R.F., Whitman, J.M., Granshaw, F.D., Lillie, R.J., Hunter, N., Cronin, V.S., Resor, P.C., Olds, S.E., Miller, M.S., Walker, R. and Douglas, B.J. 2013. Innovations in making EarthScope science and data accessible (Invited) Abstract 23C-04 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 9-13 Dec.

Crosby, C.J., Douglas, B.J., Carr, S. and Phillips, D.A. 2013. Experiences and Insights from Introducing Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) to Geology Field Course. GSA 125th Anniversary Meeting Program and Abstract volume, 2013 Denver, Colorado.

Douglas, B.J., Ripley, E.M. and Suttner, L.J. “Indiana University Geologic Field Programs Based in Montana: G429 and Other Field Courses, a Balance of Traditions and Innovations”, Geologic Society of America Special Paper, Field Geology Education: Historical Perspectives and Modern Approaches, Whitmeyer, S., D. Mogk, and E. Pyle, Editors, 16 p., 5 Tables, 9 Figures.

Douglas, B.J. and Dull, K. Analysis of Cenozoic basin bounding faults, Southwestern Montana, (to be submitted to J. Structural Geology), 19 pp., 10 figures, (wrote text and created figures based on Dull's M.S. thesis and previous unpublished regional work). (peer reviewed).

Douglas, B.J., Foust, M. and Taylor, D. Sandbox analog model for erosion in fold and thrust mountain belts, 15 pp., 5 figures, (wrote text and created figures). (peer reviewed)

Douglas, B.J. and McWilliams, C. Estimation of activation energies for olivine from xenoliths from southernmost South America, (to be submitted to J. Structural Geology), 14 pp., 3 figures, 2 tables, (wrote text and refined calculations, work partially based on McWilliams senior thesis). (peer reviewed)

Douglas, B.J. and Moore, E.A. Investigating lithospheric coupling across the Nazca/Antarctic and South American plate boundary in the vicinity of the Chile Rise Triple junction using finite-element models, (wrote text and refined interpretations from M.S. thesis material of E. A. Moore). (peer reviewed)

Osterloo, M, Douglas, B.J., and Finkelstein, D., Structural analysis of the Warner Valley extensional basin, south-central Oregon: Strain quantification using field and remote sensing data sets, 35pp., 12 figures (worked with student to take MS thesis material and create journal manuscript). (peer reviewed)

In Preparation

Douglas, B. and Small Tilton, E. (in testing and revision). Measuring Water Resources with GPS, Gravity, and Traditional Methods (Majors level). The materials will be available on the SERC website. http://serc.carleton.edu/getsi/teaching_materials/imaging_active_tectonics/index.html

Douglas, B.J., Osterloo, M, and Finkelstein, D., Structural analysis of the Warner Valley extensional basin, south-central Oregon: Strain quantification using field and remote sensing data sets, (to be submitted to Journal of Structural Geology, 35pp., 12 figures (worked with student to take MS thesis material and create journal manuscript).

Douglas, B.J, Hultberg, J., McWilliams, C., and Stern, C. Perturbation in lithospheric stress due to subduction of the Chile Rise: (to be submitted to Tectonics).

Research related to teaching and learning

Followed up on work with School of Education PhD student Orvil White to adapt techniques in laboratory exercises used in GEOL-G 105 for the teaching of geologic time. This will be part of an ongoing study using students in a single class to see whether teaching techniques can solve the problems associated with non-science majors grasping concepts related to large numbers with a particular emphasis on geologic time.

Participated with Dr. J. Elkins from the Department of Geology at Bowling Green State University that is investigating how students handle learning in field-based setting. The project specifically addresses how the environment itself, referred to as novelty space, can affect the student’s ability to learn.

Initiated a study to investigate decision making in a field-based learning environment. This study addresses what is not a unique situation for many real life situations, but one that is common in teaching within the earth and environmental sciences – the use of field-based learning. The field component adds a new dimension to the decision making process that involves both spatial and temporal components that are linked to the student’s ability to make decisions and learn to problem solve.

Doug Edmonds

Published

Gunn, A., Wanker, M., Edmonds, D.A., Ewing, R.C., Jerolmack, D.J. 2018. Circadian rhythm of dune-field activity. arXiv preprint arXiv:1812.03612

David, S.R., Czuba, J.A., and Edmonds, D.A. 2018. Channelization of meandering river floodplains by headcutting. Geology

Shaw, J.B., Estep, J.D., Whaling, A.R., Sanks, K.M., and Edmonds, D.A. 2018. Measuring subaqueous progradation of the Wax Lake Delta with a model of flow direction divergence. Earth Surface Dynamics 6(4):1155-1168.

Zheng, S., Han, S., Tan, G., Xia, J., Wu, B., Wang, K., and Edmonds, D.A. 2018. Morphological adjustment of the Qingshuigou channel on the Yellow River Delta and factors controlling its avulsion. Catena 166:44-55.

Tejedor, A., Longjas, A., Edmonds, D.A., Zaliapin, I., Georgiou, T.T., Rinaldo, A. et al. 2017. Entropy and optimality in river deltas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114(44):11651-11656.

Olliver, E.A. and Edmonds, D.A. 2017. Defining the ecogeomorphic succession of land building for freshwater, intertidal wetlands in Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 196:45-57.

Millard, C., Hajek, E., Edmonds, D.A. 2017. Evaluating controls on crevasse-splay size: Implications for floodplain-basin filling. Journal of Sedimentary Research 87(7):722-739.

Morón, S., Amos, K., Edmonds, D.A., Payenberg, T., Sun, X., and Thyer, M. 2017. Avulsion triggering by El Niño–Southern Oscillation and tectonic forcing: The case of the tropical Magdalena River, Colombia. Bulletin 129(9-10):1300-1313.

Edmonds, D.A., Hajek, E.A., *Downton, N. and Bryk, A. 2016. Avulsion flow-path selection on rivers in foreland basins. Geology. DOI

David, S.R., Edmonds, D.A. and Letsinger, S. 2016. Controls on the occurrence and prevalence of floodplain channels in meandering rivers. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms DOI

Twilley, R.T., Bentley, S.J., Chen, Q.J., Edmonds, D.A., Hagen, S.C., Lam, N., Willson, C.S., Xu, K., Braud, D. and Peale, H.R. 2016. Co-evolution of wetland landscapes, flooding and human settlement in the Mississippi River Deltaic Plain. Sustainability Science 1-21. DOI

Tejedor, A., Longjas, A., *Caldwell, R.C., Edmonds, D.A., Zaliapin, I. and Foufoula-Georgiou, E. 2016. Quantifying the signature of sediment composition on the topologic and dynamic complexity of river delta channel networks and inferences towards delta classification. Geophys. Res. Lett. 43. DOI

Erika Elswick

Published

Zhang, Q., Ghanem, H., Branam, T.D., Elswick, E.R., and Olyphant, G.R. 2016. Geochemical characterization of engineered coal-combustion byproducts (CCBs): Occurrence and mobility of trace elements, implications for interactions with acidic and ambient groundwater. Fuel 177:304-314.

Zhang, Q., Ghanem, H., Branam, T.D., Elswick, E.R., and Olyphant, G.R. 2016. Geochemical characterization of engineered coal-combustion.

Elswick E.R. and Maynard, J.B. 2014. Bedded barite deposits: Environments of Deposition, Styles of Mineralization, and Tectonic Settings. Vol. 7 - Sediments, Diagenesis, and Sedimentary Rocks, Treatise on Geochemistry 2nd Ed. Indiana Geological Survey Special Paper #71 22p.

Simonelli, G.A., Johnson, C.C., Elswick, E.R., Kauffman, E.G, Eble, C.F. and Hasiotis, S.T. 2014. Sedimentology, geochemistry and paleobiology of the Mansfield Formation, Indiana, USA – a Pennsylvanian marginal marine depositional environment.

Elswick, E.R. and Gercke, T.L. 2013. Physical and Geochemical Characteristics of Soils of Angel Mounds State Historic Site, Indiana: including a case study of sherds from Unit A. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 38(2):245–258.

In Preparation

Zhang, Q., Ghanem, H., Branam, T., Elswick, E.R. and Olyphant, G. (submitted) Geochemical Characterization of Engineered Coal-combustion Byproducts (CCBs): occurrence and mobility of trace elements, implications for interactions with acidic and ambient groundwater. Fuel

Elswick, E.R. and Anwar, A.M. (submitted) Sandstone petrology and rare earth and trace element geochemistry of the Early Permian Santa Rosa Group sediments, Maya Mountains, Belize. Journal of Sedimentary Research

Elswick, E.R., Hanselmann, F., Beeker, C., Kauffman, E.G. and Conrad, G. (submitted) Cara Merchant: sources of ballast stones for the 1699 shipwreck, Catalina Island, Dominican Republic. Chemical Geology

Johnson, C.C. Morgenthien, J.N., Martinez-Colon, M., Santos Mercado, H., Kauffman, E.G., Elswick, E.R. (submitted) Late Cretaceous paleoecology of El Rayo Formation carbonates, Puerto Rico. Palaios

Elswick, E.R., Gercke, E.S., Miller, O.L., Beeker, C.D. and Sauer, P.E. (submitted) Late Holocene climate record from southeast Dominican Republic. Quaternary Research

Elswick, E.R., Sauer, P.E. and Hill, M.M. Sedimentation and nutrient loading rates, Griffy Reservoir, Bloomington, IN. Journal of Environmental Quality

Johnson, C.C., Kauffman, E.G., Elswick, E.R., Davis, A.M. Paleotropical carbonate-siliciclastic depositional systems, mid-Cretaceous, Puerto Rico. Palaios

Degler, J.M., Elswick, E.R. and Sauer, P.E., Local climate history through stable isotopic analysis from at monoculture stand of lodge pole pines, Willow Creek Demonstration Watershed, Pony, MT. Northwest Science

Michael Hamburger

Published

Chen C., Gilbert, H., Andronicos, C., Hamburger, M., Larson, T., Marshak, S., Pavlis, G. and Yang, X. 2015 (in revision). Shear velocity structure beneath the central United States: implications for the origin of the Illinois Basin and intraplate seismicity. Geophysics, Geochemistry, Geosystems.

Galgana, G.A., Newman, A.V., Hamburger, M.W. and R. Solidum 2014. Geodetic Observations and Modeling of Time-varying Deformation at Taal Volcano, Philippines, J. Volc. Geotherm. Res., v. 271, pp. 11-23, in press.

Nowicki, M.A., Wald, D.J., Hamburger, M.W., Hearne, M. and Thompson, E.M. 2014. Development of a Globally Applicable Model for Near Real-Time Prediction of Seismically Induced Landslides, Engineering Geology, in press.

Hamburger, M.W. Big Red Goes Green! Indiana University’s Emerging Sustainability Initiative, Assn. Adv. Sustainability in Higher Ed., Symposium volume.

Hamburger, M.W. and Fuente, D. Navigating Theory and Practice: Indiana University’s Summer Program in Sustainability Amer. Assn. Sustainability in Higher Ed., Symposium volume.

Hamburger, M.W. , Green Campus, Green Future, Research & Creative Activity, 13:1, 2-4.

Hamburger, M.W., Kopnichev, Y., Levshin, A., Martynov, V., Mikhailova, N., Molnar, P., Richards, P.G., Roecker, S., Simpson, D., Tucker, B.E. and Wesson, R. 2008. In Memoriam: Vitaly Ivanovich Khalturin (1927-2007), Seism. Res. Lett., 78:6, 577–578.

Abstracts

Chen, C., Gilbert, H., Pavlis, G.L., Hamburger, M.W., Marshak, S., Larson, T. and Yang, X. 2015. The lithospheric signature of the Reelfoot Rift as revealed in the shear velocity structure beneath the central United States. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abs. with Program, Paper No. 182-3

Elison, L.M., Gilbert, H., Chen, C., Yang, X., Pavlis, G.L., Hamburger, M.W., Marshak, S. and Larson, T. Insights into the Wabash Valley seismic zone and surrounding regions revealed by the OIINK Seismic Deployment. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abs. with Program, Paper No. 141-4

Delucia, M.S., Marshak, S., Guenthner, W.R., Abert, C., Larson, T., Yang, X., Pavlis, G.L., Hamburger, M.W., Chen, C. and Gilbert, H. 2015. Tectonic activity at the boundary between bordering basins and the midcont6inent block in the USA cratonic platform: hints from analysis of the Ozark Dome-Illinois Basin boundary. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abs. with Program, Paper No. 182-4

DeLucia, M., Marshak, S., Guenthner, W., Abert, C., Larson, T., Yang, X., Pavlis, G., Hamburger, M., Chen, C., Gilbert, H. 2015. Surface Manifestation of the Ste. Genevieve Fault Zone, Missouri: Polyphase Kinematics, and Landscape Rejuvenation, along the Ozark Plateau/Illinois Basin Boundary, abstract T11D-2926, AGU Fall Meeting, EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union.

Yang, X., Pavlis, G., Hamburger, M., Gilbert, H., Marshak, S., Larson, T., Chen, C. 2015. Lithospheric Discontinuities in Illinois Basin and Their Tectonic Implications: Results from the EarthScope OIINK Experiment (abstract), AGU Fall Meeting, EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union,

Hamburger, M.W., Galgana, G., Chen, Q. and Johnson, K. Geodetic Observations From the Region Surrounding the M 5.2 Mt. Carmel, Illinois Earthquake [abstract], EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Un., 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abstract G21A-0664.

Horton, S.P., Ayele, S., Stigall, T., Pavlis, G., Deshon, H., Hamburger, M.W. and Withers, M. Aftershocks of the Mw 5.2 April, 18, 2008, Mt. Carmel, Illinois Earthquake [abstract], Seismol. Soc. of Amer., Eastern Section, Program & Abstracts, p. 30.

Hamburger, M.W., Galgana, G.A., Johnson, K.M. and King, R.W. Crustal deformation in the Wabash Valley Seismic Zone based on ten years of GPS campaign measurements, UNAVCO Science Workshop, Program & Abstracts.

Hamburger, M.W., Galgana, G., Chen, Q. and Johnson, K. 2008. Is There a Connection Between Seismicity and Deformation in the New Madrid and Wabash Valley Seismic zones? [abstract], EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Un., 88(52), Fall Meet. Suppl. Abs. T51D-0766.

Galgana, G., Hamburger, M.W., McCaffrey, R., Bacolcol, T. and Aurelio, M. Modeling the Philippine Mobile Belt: Tectonic blocks in a deforming plate boundary zone [abstract], EOS, Trans. Am. Geophys. Un., 88(52), Fall Meeting Suppl. Abstract G21C-0670

Ed Herrmann

Published

Herrmann, E.W. and Nathan, R.A. Rediscovering the Grapevine Creek buffalo jump complex, Crow Reservation, Montana. GSA Archaeological Geology Newsletter.

Herrmann, E.W. (online November 2015). How Bedrock-controlled Channel Migration can Structure Selective Preservation of Archaeological Sites: Implications for Modeling Paleoindian Settlement. Geoarchaeology. DOI

Herrmann, E.W. 2015. Prehistoric Food Preservation, encyclopedia entry in The Archaeology of Food, eds. Mary Beaudry, Karen Metheny, AltaMira/Rowman and Littlefield, publishers.

Baumann, T., Monaghan, G.W., Herrmann, E.W. and Altizer, V. 2015. "Mystery Domes:" The 2013 Passport in Time (PIT) Project on German Ridge in the Hoosier National Forest, Perry County, Indiana. Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Herrmann, E.W. and G.W. Monaghan, 2015. Paleoenvironmental indicators from archaeological sites in south-central Indiana. Geological Society of America Special Papers.

Herrmann, E.W., Monaghan, G.W., Romain, W.F., Schilling, T.M., Burks, J., Leone, K.L., Purtill, M.P. and Tonetti, A.C. 2014. A New Multistage Construction Chronology for the Great Serpent Mound, USA. Journal of Archaeological Sciences 50:117-125. DOI

Keith, B.D., Thompson, T.A., Herrmann, E.W., Rupp, R.F. and Hasenmueller, W.A. 2014. Geologic Map of Lawrence County, Indiana. Indiana Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 90, Scale: 1:48,000.

Keith, B.D., Thompson, T.A., Herrmann, E.W., Rupp, R.F., Hasenmueller, W.A. and Johnson, M.R. 2014. Geology of Lawrence County, Indiana (digital compilation). Indiana Geological Survey, unpublished IGS digital data [ESRI geodatabase based on the NCGMP09 geodatabase model], scale 1:48,000

Herrmann, E.W. 2013. Pre-Mississippian Projectile Points in Mississippian Context at Angel Mounds. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 38(2):189-204

Herrmann, E.W. 2013. Dissertation Geoarchaeology of Paleoindian and Early Archaic Site Distributions in the White River Valley, Indiana.

In Preparation

Herrmann, E.W. (in review). How Bedrock-controlled Channel Migration can Structure Selective Preservation of Archaeological Sites: Implications for Modeling Paleoindian Settlement. Geoarchaeology).

Herrmann, E.W., Monaghan, G.W., Schilling, T.M., Burks, J., Leone, K.L., Purtill, M.P., Tonetti, A.C. and Romain, W.F. (in review) Radiocarbon Dating of Serpent Mound, In Serpent Mound Revealed: Context, Archaeology and Meaning, ed. William F. Romain. University of Alabama Press.

Herrmann, E.W., Monaghan, G.W., Romain, W. F., Schilling, T.M., Leone, K. and Purtill, M.P. (Spring 2016). The Construction Chronology for Serpent Mound. In Serpent Mound Revisited, William F. Romain, editor. University of Alabama Press.

Keith, B.D., Thompson, T.A., Herrmann, E.W., Rupp, R.F. and Hasenmueller, W.A. (in preparation). 12 Quadrangle Geologic Maps of Lawrence and Surrounding Counties. Indiana Geological Survey Quadrangle Maps (Bartlettsville, Bedford West, Bedford East, Campbellsburg, Georgia, Huron, Mitchell, Norman, Oolitic, Owensburg, Williams, and Tunnelton), Scale: 1:24,000.

Herrmann, E.W. and Doyle, A. (in preparation). Investigations at Rockhouse Hollow Rockshelter in the Hoosier National Forest, Perry County, Indiana.

Monaghan, G. and Herrmann, E.W. (in preparation). Charcoal Preservation in Surficial A Horizons: Implications for Dating Buried Stratigraphy.

Herrmann, E.W. and Monaghan, G.W. (in preparation). Drainage basin evolution and human settlement within the Midcontinent, North America.

Herrmann, E.W., Rowe, M.J., McCleary, T. and Nathan, R.A. (in preparation). Bacheeishdiio/Place where men pack meat.

Wilson, J., Herrmann, E.W., Flood, J. 2016 (in preparation). The Lithic Assemblage at the Lawrenz Gun Club Site, Illinois. Illinois Archaeologist.

Claudia Johnson

Published

Zimmerman, A.N., Johnson, C.C., and Polly, P.D. 2018. Taxonomic and evolutionary pattern revisions resulting from geometric morphometric analysis of Pennsylvanian Neognathodus conodonts, Illinois Basin. Paleobiology 44(4):660-683

Johnson, C.C., Njau, J.K., Van Damme, D., Schick, K., and Toth, N. 2016. Paleoecologic significance of malacofauna, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaios 31(6):319-326.

Kearney, J., Johnson, C.C., Njau, J., Toth, N., and Schick, K. 2015. Reconstructing paleoenvironments to determine ecological evolutionary drivers for Homo erectus during time of Beds III and IV, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. GSA Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland USA. Abstract #258579.

Johnson, C.C., Njau, K.K., Van Damme, D., Schick, K. and Toth, N. 2015. Paleoecology of fossil molluscan bivalves, Bed III, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. GSA Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland USA. Abstract #265570

Nold, K.D., Johnson, C.C., Elswick, E.R., Conrad, G.W. and Beeker, C.W. 2014. Isotopic evidence of recent, coastal paleoclimate from archaeological gastropod shells. 10th North American Paleontology Convention, Abstract Book, p. 29.

Johnson, C.C., Njau, J., Kauffman, C.E., Kauffman, E., Toth, N., Schick, K. and Kearney, J. 2014. Bivalve mollusc assemblage of Bed III, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. 10th North American Paleontology Convention, Abstract Book, p. 35.

Nold, K.D., Conrad, G.W., Jonson, C. C., Roush, C.C. and Glascokc, M.D. 2014. Compositional analysis of ceramic sherds from southeastern Dominican Republic. Society for American Archaeology, Abstract Volume. Austin, Texas.

Beeker, C.D., Johnson, C., Maus, M. and Budziak, A. 2014. Living Museums in the Sea: a globally valid model for protection of biological and cultural resources through sustainable tourism. Program of Abstracts. 3rd International Marine Conservation Congress, Society for Conservation Biology, Glasgow, Scotland. Comment

Simonelli, G.A., Johnson, C.C., Elswick, E.R., Kauffman, E.G., Eble, C.F. and Hasiotis, S.T. 2013. Sedimentology, geochemistry and paleobiology a Pennsylvanian marginal marine depositional environment, Mansfield Formation, Indiana, USA. Indiana Geological Survey Occasional Paper 71.

Dalkilic, M.M., Jenne, M., Rosenthal, C. and Johnson, C. 2013. Examining climate effects on coral ecosystems using Bloom Explorer – a data-driven ontology. The Third International Workshop on Climate Informatics, NCAR Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences. Boulder, CO Sept. 26, 27.

Beeker, C.D., Johnson, C.C., Clark, L., Maus, M. and Palmer, E. 2013. Living Museums of the Sea in the Dominican Republic: Bridging the gap between cultural and biological resources. Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference 2013. 46th Annual Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, January 9-12, 2013 Leicester, Great Britian.

Johnson, Claudia C., 2013. Coral resiliency in Bonaire National Marine Park. South Central GSA Section Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(3):8.

Johnson, Claudia C. 2013. Unraveling Caribbean geology and linking tropical events to regional and global climate and biodiversity issues. Southeastern GSA Section Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(2):3.

Johnson, C.C. 2013. Establishing a bioenvironmental database for future ocean acidification and coral resiliency analyses. Southeastern GSA Section Meeting. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 45(2):9.

In Preparation

Johnson, C.C., and Njau, J.K. (submitted) Paleoecologic significance of a Pleistocene bivalve mollusc assemblage, Bed III, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Paleontology.

Johnson, C.C., Middendorf, J., Dalkilic, M. M., Zhu, C., and Rhery, G. (accepted) Geological Time, Biological Events and the Learning Transfer Problem. Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 24 ms pages, 3 Appendices.

Johnson, C.C. Morgenthien, J.N., Martinez-Colon, M., Santos Mercado, H., Kauffman, E.G., Elswick, E.R. (in preparation) Late Cretaceous paleoecology of El Rayo Formation carbonates, Puerto Rico. Palaios.

Johnson, C.C., Ramirez-Martinez, W.R., Leckie, R. Mark, Hernandez, S.Y., Barow, E.A. and Velez, J. (in preparation) Tropical carbonate reef deposits linked to ODP Site 999 via strontium isotope stratigraphy.Palaios.

Johnson, C.C., Kauffman, E.G., Elswick, E.R. and Davis, A.M. (in preparation) Paleotropical carbonate-siliciclastic depositional systems, mid-Cretaceous, Puerto Rico. Palaios.

Kauffman, E.G. and Johnson, C.C. (in preparation). Merging of the seaways: Tracing the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary (Upper Cretaceous) from Northeast Wyoming, USA to central Canda based on high-resolution lithostratigraphy, biostrtigraphy and chronostratigraphy. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.

Johnson, C.C. and co-authors (in preparation). Best-fit analysis for future coral reef survivors on Bonaire: A lifeline to the reefs’ future in the region. Coral Reefs or Palios.

Wang, Q., Yang, S., Qiao, L., Wang, J., Zhang, Q. and Johnson, C.C. (in preparation). Distant tectonic-climatic responses to the late Miocene-Pliocene uplift of the Tibetan Plateau: Evidence from gibbsite nodules in the Yongjiang Basin, SW China.

Kaj Johnson | please visit my Research Page

Published

KM Johnson, D Tebo. 2018. Capturing 50 Years of Postseismic Mantle Flow at Nankai Subduction Zone. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth

Johnson, K.M. 2018. Growth of Fault‐Cored Anticlines by Flexural Slip Folding: Analysis by Boundary Element Modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123(3):2426-2447.

G Carlson, K Johnson, R Chuang, J Rupp. 2018. Spatially Varying Stress State in the Central US From Bayesian Inversion of Focal Mechanism and In Situ Maximum Horizontal Stress Orientation Data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth

Hammond, W.C., Burgette, R.J., Johnson, K.M., and Blewitt, G. 2018. Uplift of the Western Transverse Ranges and Ventura Area of Southern California: A Four‐Technique Geodetic Study Combining GPS, InSAR, Leveling, and Tide Gauges. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 123(1):836-858.

AP Mavrommatis, P Segall, KM Johnson. 2017. A Physical Model for Interseismic Erosion of Locked Fault Asperities. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (10), 8326-8346.

Lahann, R.W., Rupp, J.A., Medina, C.R., Carlson, G. and Johnson, K.M. 2017. State of stress in the Illinois Basin and constraints on inducing failure. Environmental Geosciences 24(3):123-150.

Field, E.H., Jordan, T.H., Page, M.T., Milner, K.R., Shaw, B.E., Dawson, T.E. et al. 2017. A synoptic view of the third Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast (UCERF3). Seismological Research Letters 88(5):1259-1267.

Johnson, K.M., Mavrommatis, A.P. and Segall, P. 2016. Small interseismic asperities and widespread aseismic creep on the northern Japan subduction interface. Geophysical Research Letters 43. DOI

Mavrommatis, A.P., Segall, P., Uchida, N. and Johnson, K.M. 2015. Long-term acceleration of aseismic slip preceding the Mw 9 Tohoku-oki earthquake: Constraints from repeating earthquakes. Geophysical Research Letters 42. DOI

Field, E.H., Arrowsmith, R.J., Biasi, G.P., Bird, P., Dawson, T.E., Felzer, K.R., Jackson, D.D., Johnson, K.M., Jordan, T.H., Madden, C., Michael, A.J., Milner, K.R., Page, M.T., Parsons, T., Powers, P.M., Show, B.E., Thatcher, W.R., Weldon, R.J. and Zeng, Y. 2015. Long-term time-dependent probabilities for the third Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast (UCERF3). Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 105(2):511-543.

Maurer, J. and Johnson, K.M. 2013. Fault coupling and potential for earthquakes on the creeping section of the Central San Andreas Fault, Journal of Geophysical Research, manuscript #2013JB010741R

Johnson, K.M. 2013. Is stress accumulating on the creeping section of the San Andreas fault?. Geophysical Research Letters 40(23):6101-6105.

Field, E.H., Biasi, G.P., Bird, P., Dawson, T.E., Felzer, K.R., Jackson, D.D., Johnson, K.M. and Zeng, Y. 2013. Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast, Version 3 (UCERF3)–The Time-Independent Model. US Geological Survey Open-File Report 1165.

Chuang, R.Y., Johnson, K.M., Wu, Y.M., Ching, K.E. and Kuo, L.C. 2013. A midcrustal ramp-fault structure beneath the Taiwan tectonic wedge illuminated by the 2013 Nantou earthquake series. Geophysical Research Letters 40(19):5080-5084.

Johnson, K.M., Shelly, D.R. and Bradley, A.M. 2013. Simulations of tremor-related creep reveal a weak crustal root of the San Andreas Fault. Geophysical Research Letters 40(7):1300-1305.

Yang, Y.R., Johnson, K.M. and Chuang, R.Y. 2013. Inversion for absolute deviatoric crustal stress using focal mechanisms and coseismic stress changes: The 2011 M9 Tohoku-oki, Japan, earthquake. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 118(10):5516-5529.

Johnson, K.M 2013. Slip rates and off-fault deformation in Southern California inferred from GPS data and models. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 118(10):5643-5664.

Johnson, K.M., Shelly, D.R. and Bradley, A.M. 2013. Simulations of tremor-related creep reveal a weak crustal root of the San Andreas Fault, Geophys. Res. Lett. 40. DOI

Johnson, K.M., Fukuda, J. and Segall, P. 2012. Challenging the rate-state asperity model: Afterslip following the 2011 M9 Tohoku-oki, Japan, earthquake, Geophys. Res. Lett. 39:L20302. DOI

Huang, W.-J., and Johnson, K.M. 2012. Strain accumulation across strike-slip faults: Investigation of the influence of laterally varying lithospheric properties, J. Geophys. Res. DOI

Shelly, D. and Johnson, K.M. 2011. Tremor reveals stress shadowing, deep postseismic creep, and depth-dependent slip recurrence on the lower-crustal San Andreas fault near Parkfield, Geophys. Res. Lett. DOI

Chuang, R. and Johnson, K.M. 2011. Reconciling geologic and geodetic fault-slip-rate discrepancies in southern California: consideration of non-steady mantle flow and lower crustal fault creep, Geology. DOI

Ching, K.-E., Johnson, K.M., Rau, R.-J., Chuang, R.Y., Kuo, L.-C. and Leu, P.-L. 2011. Inferred Fault geometry and slip distribution of the 2010 Jiashian, Taiwan, earthquake is consistent with a thick-skinned deformation model, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 31(1-2):78-86

Ching, K.-E., Rau, R.-J., Johnson, K.M., Lee, J.-C. and Hu, J.-C. 2011. Present-day kinematics of active mountain building in Taiwan from GPS observations during 1995-2005, Journal of Geophysical Research 116:B09405. DOI

Sun, J., Johnson, K.M., Cao, Z., Shen, Z.-K, Bürgmann, R. and Xu, X. 2011. Mechanical constraints on inversion of co-seismic geodetic data for fault slip and geometry: example from InSAR observation of the 6 October 2008 Mw 6.3 Dangxiong-Yangyi (Tibet) earthquake, J. Geophys. Res. 116:B01406. DOI

Kanu, C. and Johnson, K.M. 2011. Arrest and Recovery of Frictional Creep on the southern Hayward fault triggered by the 1989 Loma Prieta, California earthquake and Implications for Future Earthquakes. J. Geophys. Res. 116:B04403. DOI

In Preparation

Chuang, R.Y., Johnson, K.M., Kuo, Y.T., Wu, Y.M., Chang, C.H. and Kuo, L.C. (submitted) Retro-wedge backthrust of the doubly-vergent Taiwan orogenic belt illuminated from joint inversions of seismic and GPS data for the 2013 Rueisuei earthquake, Geophysical Research Letters.

Chanh Q. Kieu

Published

Tang, J., Zhang, J., Kieu, C., and Marks, F. 2018. Sensitivity of hurricane intensity and structure to two different types of planetary boundary layer parameterization schemes in idealized HWRF simulations. Tropical Cyclone Research and Review 201-211.

Tong, M., Sippel, J.A., Tallapragada, V., Liu, E., Kieu, C., Kwon, I.H., Wang, W. et al. 2018. Impact of Assimilating Aircraft Reconnaissance Observations on Tropical Cyclone Initialization and Prediction Using Operational HWRF and GSI Ensemble–Variational Hybrid Data. Monthly Weather Review 146(12):4155-4177.

Kieu, C., Wang, Q., and Wang, S. 2018. On the structure and stability of the hurricane eyewall Tellus A

Kieu, C. and Zhang, D.L. 2018. The Control of Environmental Stratification on the Hurricane Maximum Potential Intensity. Geophysical Research Letters

Kieu, C., Sengul, T., Wang, Q., and Yan, D. 2018. On the Hopf (double Hopf) Bifurcations and Transitions of Two-Layer Western Boundary Currents. Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation

Qin N., Zhang, D.-L., Miller, W., and Kieu, C.Q. 2018. On the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Wilma (2005). Part IV: Inner-Core Dynamics During the Steady RMW Stage. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteor. Soc https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/do

Kieu, C.Q., Keshavamurthy, K., Tallapragada, V., Gopalakrishnan, S. 2018. On the Growth of Intensity Forecast Errors in the Operational Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting (HWRF) Model. QJ Royal Meteor. Soc.

M Widhalm, A Hamlet, K Byun, S Robeson, M Baldwin, P Staten, C Chiu et al. 2018. Indiana’s Past & Future Climate: A Report from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment.

Kieu, C.Q., Zhang, D.L. 2017. Comments on "Revisiting the Relationship between Eyewall Contraction and Intensification." Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 74(12):4265-4274.

Kieu, C. and Wang, Q. 2017. Stability of the Tropical Cyclone Intensity Equilibrium. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 74(11):3591-3608.

Kieu, C. 2017. Do hurricanes feel the effects of climate change? https://theconversation.com/do-hurricanes-feel-the-effects-of-climate-change-83761

Kieu, C. and Wang, Q. 2017. On the scale dynamics of tropical cyclone intensity. Dis. Cont. Dynamical System. Series B 22(5):1-24.

Moon, Z. and Kieu, C. 2017. Impacts of the Lower Stratosphere on the Development of Intense Tropical Cyclones. Atmosphere 8(7):128.

Du, T.D., Ngo-Duc, T., and Kieu, C. 2017. Initializing the WRF Model with Tropical Cyclone Real-Time Reports Using the Ensemble Kalman Filter Algorithm. Pure and Applied Geophysics 174(7):2803-2825.

Ferrara, M., Groff, F., Moon, Z., Keshavamurthy, K., Robeson, S.M., and Kieu, C. 2017. Large‐scale control of the lower stratosphere on variability of tropical cyclone intensity. Geophysical Research Letters 44(9):4313-4323.

Chaos limits predictability of hurricane intensities. This is a featured study on hurricane intensity predictability in Physics Today.

Cong, T., Tien, T.S. and Kieu, C. 2016. Application of Breeding Ensemble to Tropical Cyclone Track Forecasts using the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (RAMS) model. Applied Mathematical Modelling. DOI

Kieu, C.Q. 2016. Dynamics of Barotropic Vortex Merging. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences. DOI

Kieu, C.Q. 2016. Erratum to "Hurricane maximum potential intensity equilibrium." Q. J. Royal Meteor. Soc. (Link).

Kieu, C.Q. and Zhang, D.-L. 2015. Quasi-balanced Dynamics in Tropical Cyclones. Chapter 25, Advanced Numerical Modeling and Data Assimilation Techniques for Tropical Cyclone Predictions edited by Mohanty and Gopalakrishnan. Springer Publisher, pp 117-134.

Tallapragada, V., Kieu, C.Q., Liu, Q., Trahan, S., Zhang, Z., Tong, M., Zhu, L., Zhang, B. and Strahl, B. 2015. Forecasting Tropical Cyclones in the Western North Pacific Basin using the NCEP Operational HWRF Model. Model Upgrades and Evaluation of Real-Time Performance in 2013 Wea. Forecasting. American Meteorological Society. DOI

Kieu, C.Q. 2015. Hurricane Maximum Potential Intensity Equilibrium. Q. J. Royal Meteor. Soc. DOI

Tallapragada, V., Kieu, C.Q., Kwon, Y., Liu, Q., Trahan, S., Zhang, Z., Tong, M. and Strahl, B. 2015. Real-Time Forecasts for the 2012 North-Western Pacific Typhoon Season using the NCEP Operational HWRF. Wea. and Forecasting 30:1355-1373. DOI.

Kieu, C.Q., 2015. Revisit Dissipative Heating in Tropical Cyclone Maximum Potential Intensity. Q. J. Royal Meteor. Soc. DOI

Tan P-V, Trinh, L.T., Bui, H.H. and Kieu, C. 2015. Seasonal forecasting of tropical cyclone activity in the coastal region of Vietnam using RegCM4.2. Climate Research, 62, 115-129. PDF

Zhang, Z., Tallapragada, V., Kieu, C., Trahan, S. and Wang, W. 2015. HWRF Based Ensemble Prediction System Using Perturbations from GEFS and Stochastic Convective Trigger Function. Tropical Cyclone Research and Review 3:145-161. DOI

Kieu, C. Q., and Zhang, D.-L. 2015. Quasi-balanced Dynamics in Tropical Cyclones. Chapter 25, Advanced Numerical Modeling and Data Assimilation Techniques for Tropical Cyclone Predictions edited by Mohanty and Gopalakrishnan. Springer Publisher, pp 117-134.

Kieu, C.Q. 2015. Revisit Dissipative Heating in Tropical Cyclone Maximum Potential Intensity. Q. J. Royal Meteor. Soc. DOI

Tallapragada, V. and Kieu, C. 2014. Real-Time Forecasts of Typhoon Rapid Intensification in the North Western Pacific Basin with the NCEP Operational HWRF Model. Tropical Cyclone Research and Review 3:63-77. (link)

Ngo-Duc, T., Kieu, C., Thatcher, M., Nguyen-Le, C. and Phan-Van, T. 2014. Future climate projections for Vietnam based on three regional climate models. Climate Research 60:199-213.

Kieu, C.Q., Tallapragada, V. and Hogsett, W. 2014 Vertical structure of tropical cyclones at onset of the rapid intensification in the HWRF model. Geophys. Res. Lett. 9:3298-3306. DOI

*Kieu, C.Q., Pham, M.T. and Hoang, M.T. 2013. Application of the Multi-physics Ensemble Kalman Filter to Typhoon Forecast. Pure and Applied Geophysics 171:1473-1497. DOI)

*Du, T.D., Ngo-Duc, T., Hoang, M.T. and Kieu, C.Q. 2013. A Study of Connection between Tropical Cyclone Track and Intensity Errors in the WRF Model. Meteo. Atmos. Phys. 122:55-64. DOI

Tallapragada, V., Kieu, C.Q., Kwon, Y., Liu, Q., Trahan, S. and Zhang, Z. 2013. Structural Evaluation of the HWRF model during 2011 model implementation. Mon. Wea. Rev. 142:4308-4325. DOI

In Preparation

Kieu, C. Q., 2016: Retrograde waves in tropical cyclone inner-core. Tellus A. (Accepted).

Kieu, C. Q., V. Tallapragada, D.-L. Zhang, and Z. Moon, 2016: On the Development of Double Warm-Core Structures in Intense Tropical Cyclones. J. Atmos. Sci. (Accepted).

Kieu, C. Q., and Z. Moon, 2016: Hurricane Intensity Predictability. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (Accepted).

Cody Kirkpatrick

Published

Conrick, R., Staten, P.W., Curtis, N.L. and Kirkpatrick, C. 2015 (accepted). The relationships between temperature gradient and wind during cold frontal passages in the eastern United States: a numerical modeling study. Atmospheric Science Letters.

Kirkpatrick, C., McCaul, E.W. Jr. and Cohen, C. 2011. Sensitivities of simulated convective storms to environmental CAPE. Mon. Wea. Rev. 139:3514-3532.

Kirkpatrick, C., McCaul, E.W. Jr. and Cohen, C. 2009. Variability of simulated convective storm updrafts and downdrafts as a function of environmental parameters. Mon. Wea. Rev. 137:1550-1561.

Kirkpatrick, C., McCaul, E.W. Jr. and Cohen, C. 2007. The motion of simulated convective storms as a function of basic environmental parameters. Mon. Wea. Rev. 135:3033-3051.

McCaul, E.W., Jr., Cohen, C. and Kirkpatrick, C., 2005: The sensitivity of simulated storm structure, intensity, and precipitation efficiency to environmental temperature. Mon. Wea. Rev., 133, 3015-3037.

Ben Kravitz

Published

Fletcher, C.G., Kravitz, B., and Badawy, B. 2018. Quantifying uncertainty from aerosol and atmospheric parameters and their impact on climate sensitivity. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18(23):17529-17543.

Fasullo, J.T., Tilmes, S., Richter, J.H., Kravitz, B., MacMartin, D.G., Mills, M.J. et al. 2018. Persistent polar ocean warming in a strategically geoengineered climate. Nature Geoscience 11(12):910.

Madronich, S., Tilmes, S., Kravitz, B., MacMartin, D., and Richter, J. 2018. Response of Surface Ultraviolet and Visible Radiation to Stratospheric SO2 Injections. Atmosphere 9(11):432.

MacMartin, D.G. and Kravitz, B. 2018. The Engineering of Climate Engineering. Annual Review of Control, Robotics, and Autonomous Systems

Kravitz, B., Rasch, P.J., Wang, H., Robock, A., Gabriel, C., Boucher, O., Cole, J.N.S. et al. 2018. The climate effects of increasing ocean albedo: an idealized representation of solar geoengineering. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18:13097-13113.

Kravitz, B. 2018. Spanning space. Nature Physics 14(9):968.

Ji, D., Fang, S., Curry, C.L., Kashimura, H., Watanabe, S., Cole, J.N.S., Lenton, A., Muri, H., Kravitz, B., and Moore, J.C. 2018. Extreme temperature and precipitation response to solar dimming and stratospheric aerosol geoengineering. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18(14):10133-10156.

Richter, J.H., Tilmes, S., Glanville, A., Kravitz, B., MacMartin, D.G., Mills, M.J., Simpson, I.R., Vitt, F., Tribbia, J.J., and Lamarque, J.-F. 2018. Stratospheric response in the first geoengineering simulation meeting multiple surface climate objectives. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 123(11):5762-5782.

Plazzotta, M., Séférian, R., Douville, H., Kravitz, B., Tjiputra, J. 2018. Land surface cooling induced by sulfate geoengineering constrained by major volcanic eruptions. Geophysical Research Letters

Tilmes, S., Richter, J.H., Kravitz, B., MacMartin, D.G., Mills, M.J., Simpson, I.R., Glanville, A.S., Fasulio, J.T., Phillips, A.S., Lamarque, J.-F., Tribbia, J., Edwards, J., Mickelson, S., and Gosh, S. 2018. CESM1 (WACCM) stratospheric aerosol geoengineering large ensemble (GLENS) project. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

Tilmes, S., Richter, J.H., Mills, M.J., Kravitz, B., MacMartin, D.G., Garcia, R.R., Kinnison, D.E., Lamarque, J.-F, Tribbia, J., and Vitt, F. 2018. Effects of Different Stratospheric SO2 Injection Altitudes on Stratospheric Chemistry and Dynamics. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 123(9):4654-4673.

Kelly, P., Kravitz, B., Lu, J., and Leung, L.R. 2018. Remote Drying in the North Atlantic as a Common Response to Precessional Changes and CO2 Increase Over Land. Geophysical Research Letters 45(8):3615-3624.

Keller, D.P., Lenton, A., Scott, V., Vaughan, N.E., Bauer, N., Ji, D., Jones, C.D., Kravitz, B., Muri, H., and Zickfeld, K. 2810.The Carbon Dioxide Removal Model Intercomparison Project (CDRMIP): rationale and experimental protocol for CMIP6. Geoscientific Model Development 11(3):1133-1160.

Seneviratne, S.I., Phipps, S.J., Pitman, A.J., Hirsch, A.L., Davin, E.L., Donat, M.G., Hirschi, M., Lenton, A., Welhelm, M., and Kravitz, B. 2018. Land radiative management as contributor to regional-scale climate adaptation and mitigation. Nature Geoscience 11:88-96.

Kravitz, B., MacMartin, D.G., Tilmes, S., Richter, J.H., Mills, M.J., Lamarque, J.F., Tribbia, J., and Large, W. 2018. Holistic Assessment of SO2 Injections using CESM1(WACCM): Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres

Kravitz, B., Robock, A., Boucher, O., Lawrence, M., Moore, J.C., Niemeier, U., Storelvmo, T., Times, S., and Wood, R. 2018. The Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project–introduction to the second special issue. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.

Stjern, C.W., Muri, H., Ahlm, L., Boucher, O., Cole, J.N.S., Ji, D., Jones, A., Haywood, J., Kravitz, B., Lenton, A., Moore, J.C., Niemeier, U., Phipps, S.J., Schmidt, H., Wantanabe, S., Kristjánsson, J.E. 2018. Response to marine cloud brightening in a multi-model ensemble. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18:621-634.

Chusi Li

Published

Xue, S., Li, C., Qin, K., Yao, Z., and Ripley, E.M. 2018. Sub-arc mantle heterogeneity in oxygen isotopes: evidence from Permian mafic–ultramafic intrusions in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 173:94.

Wang, Q., Deng, J., Li, G., Liu, G., Li, C., and Ripley, E.M. 2018. Geochronological, Petrological, and Geochemical Studies of the Daxueshan Magmatic Ni-Cu Sulfide Deposit in the Tethyan Orogenic Belt, Southwest China. Economic Geology 113(6):1307-1332.

Pan, L.C., Hu, R.Z., Bi, X.W., Li, C., Wang, X.S., and Zhu, J.J. 2018. Titanite major and trace element compositions as petrogenetic and metallogenic indicators of Mo ore deposits: Examples from four granite plutons in the southern Yidun arc, SW China. American Mineralogist: Journal of Earth and Planetary Materials 103(9):1417-1434.

Xue, S., Qin, K., Li, C., Yao, Z., Ripley, E.M., and Wang, X. 2018. Geochronological, mineralogical and geochemical studies of sulfide mineralization in the Podong mafic-ultramafic intrusion in northern Xinjiang, western China. Ore Geology Reviews 101:688-699.

Taranovic, V., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., and Shirey, S.B. 2018. S, O, and Re-Os Isotope Studies of the Tamarack Igneous Complex: Melt-Rock Interaction During the Early Stage of Midcontinent Rift Development. Economic Geology 113(5):1161-1179.

Xue, S., Qin, K., Li, C., Tang, D., Wang, Q., and Wang, X. 2018. Permian bimodal magmatism in the southern margin of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt, Beishan, Xinjiang, NW China: Petrogenesis and implication for post-subduction crustal growth. Lithos 315:617-629.

Wernette, B.W., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., and Wintsch, R.P. 2018. Strongly negative δ34S values associated with secondary pyrite above and below the JM Reef, Stillwater Complex, Montana. Chemical Geology 493:58-66.

Yao, J.H., Zhu, W.G., Li, C., Zhong, H., Bai, Z.J., Ripley, E.M., and Li, C. 2018. Petrogenesis and Ore Genesis of the Lengshuiqing Magmatic Sulfide Deposit in Southwest China: Constraints from Chalcophile Elements (PGE, Se) and Sr-Nd-Os-S Isotopes. Economic Geology 113(3):675–698.

Ripley, E.M. and Li, C. 2018. Metallic Ore Deposits Associated With Mafic to Ultramafic Igneous Rocks. Processes and Ore Deposits of Ultramafic-Mafic Magmas through Space and Time. 79-111.

Qian, Z., Duan, J., Li, C., Xu, G., Feng, Y., and Ren, M. 2018. Paleozoic mafic-intermediate intrusions (320–287 Ma) in the Kalatongke area, southern Altai, NW China: Products of protracted magmatism in a convergent tectonic setting. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 159:294–307.

Zhou, Y., Zhong, H., Li, C., Ripley, E.M., Zhu, W.G., Bai, Z.J., and Li, C. 2017. Geochronological and geochemical constraints on sulfide mineralization in the Qingmingshan mafic intrusion in the western part of the Proterozoic Jiangnan orogenic belt along the southern margin of the Yangtze Craton. Ore Geology Reviews 90:518-633.

Yu, S.Y., Shen, N.P., Song, X.Y., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., and Chen, L.M. 2017. An integrated chemical and oxygen isotopic study of primitive olivine grains in picrites from the Emeishan Large Igneous Province, SW China: Evidence for oxygen isotope heterogeneity in mantle sources. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 215:263–276.

Ripley, E.M., Wernette, B.W., Ayre, A., Li, C., Smith, J.M., Underwood, B.S., and Keays, R.R. 2017. Multiple S isotope studies of the Stillwater Complex and country rocks: An assessment of the role of crustal S in the origin of PGE enrichment found in the J-M Reef and related rocks. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 214:226–245.

Tang, Q., Li, C., Tao, Y., Ripley, E., and Xiong, F. 2017. Association of Mg-rich Olivine with Magnetite as a Result of Brucite Marble Assimilation by Basaltic Magma in the Emeishan Large Igneous Province, SW China. Journal of Petrology 58(4):699–714.

Peng, R., Li, C., Zhai, Y., and Ripley, E.M. 2017. Geochronology, petrology and geochemistry of the Beiligaimiao magmatic sulfide deposit in a Paleozoic active continental margin, North China. Ore Geology Reviews 90:607-617.

Duan, J., Qian, Z., Feng, Y., Li, C., Ripley, E.M., Xu, G., and Jiao, G. 2017. Compositional variations of several Early Permian magmatic sulfide deposits in the Kalatongke district, southern Altai, western China: with genetic and exploration implications. Ore Geology Reviews 90:576-590.

Ripley, E.M. and Li, C. 2017. A review o the application of multiple S isotopes to magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE deposits and the significance of spatially variable Δ33S values. Economic Geology 112(4):983–991.

Chen, H., Chen, Y., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., Deng, X., Yue, S., Zheng, Z., and Fu, B. 2017. Isotope and trace element studies of the Xingdi II mafic-ultramafic complex in the northern rim of the Tarim Craton: Evidence for emplacement in a Neoproterozoic subduction zone. Lithos 281:274–284.

Zhang, Z., Tang, Q., Li, C., Wang, Y., and Ripley, E.M. 2017. Sr-Nd-Os-S isotope and PGE geochemistry of the Xiarihamu magmatic sulfide deposit in the Qinghai–Tibet plateau, China. Mineralium Deposita 52:51–68.

Taranovic, V., Ripley, E.M., Li, C. and Rossell, D. 2016. Chalcophile element (Ni, Cu, PGE) variations in the newly-discovered Tamarack magmatic sulfide deposit in the Midcontinent Rift System: Implications for dynamic ore-forming processes and exploration. Mineralium Deposita 51:937–951

Stifter, E.C., Ripley, E.M. and Li, C. 2016, Os and S isotope evidence for variable degrees of country rock contamination in dunites and olivine clinopyroxenites from the Duke Island Complex, Alaska. Mineralium Deposita 51:903–918

Xue, S., Qin, K., Li, C., Tang, D., Mao, Y. and Ripley, E.M. 2016. Geochronological, Petrological and Geochemical Constraints on Ni-Cu Sulfide Mineralization in the Poyi Ultramafic-troctolitic Intrusion in the NE Rim of Tarim Craton, Western China. Economic Geology 111:1465–1484

Xue, S., Li, C., Qin, K. and Tang, D. 2016. A non-plume model for the Permian protracted (266-286 Ma) basaltic magmatism in northern Xinjiang, western China. Lithos 256–257, 243–249

Pan, L-C, Hu, R-Z, Wang, X-S, Bi, X-W, Zhu, J-J and Li, C. 2016. Apatite trace element and halogen compositions as petrogenetic-metallogenic indicators: Examples from four granite plutons in the Sanjiang region, SW China. Lithos 254–255, 118–130

Duan, J., Li, C., Qian, Z., Jiao, J., Ripley, E.M. and Feng, Y. 2016. Multiple S isotopes, zircon Hf isotopes, whole-rock Sr-Nd isotopes, and spatial variations of PGE tenors in the Jinchuan Ni-Cu-PGE deposit, NW China. Mineralium Deposita 51:557–574

Li, C., Ripley, E.M., Tao, Y. and Hu, R. 2016. The significance of PGE variations with Sr-Nd isotopes and lithophile elements in the Emeishan flood basalt province from SW China to northern Vietnam. Lithos 248–251, 1–11

Maria Mastalerz

Complete Publication List

Schimmelmann, A., Ensminger, S.A., Drobniak, A., Mastalerz, M., Etiope, G., Jacobi, R.D., and Frankenberg, C. 2018. Natural geological seepage of hydrocarbon gas in the Appalachian Basin and Midwest USA in relation to shale tectonic fracturing and past industrial hydrocarbon production. Science of the Total Environment 644:982-993.

Małachowska, A., Mastalerz, M., Hampton, L.B., Hupka, J., and Drobniak, A. 2018. Origin of bitumen fractions in the Jurassic-early Cretaceous Vaca Muerta Formation in Argentina: insights from organic petrography and geochemical techniques. International Journal of Coal Geology

Harris, N.B., McMillan, J.M., Knapp, L.J., and Mastalerz, M. 2018. Organic matter accumulation in the Upper Devonian Duvernay Formation, Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, from sequence stratigraphic analysis and geochemical proxies. Sedimentary Geology 376:185-203.

Karayiğit, A.I., Mastalerz, M., Oskay, R.G., and Buzkan, I. 2018. Bituminous coal seams from underground mines in the Zonguldak Basin (NW Turkey): Insights from mineralogy, coal petrography, Rock-Eval pyrolysis, and meso-and microporosity. International Journal of Coal Geology 199:91-112.

Zodrow, E.L., and Mastalerz, M. 2018. A study of functional groups of trichomes of Odontopteris cantabrica: Implications for molecular taxonomy (Seed fern, Carboniferous, Canada). International Journal of Coal Geology 198:77-87.

Medina, C.R., Mastalerz, M., and Rupp, J.A. 2018. Pore system characterization of Cambrian‐Ordovician carbonates using a new mercury porosimetry‐based petrofacies classification system: application to carbon sequestration reservoirs. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology 8(5):932-953.

Mastalerz, M., Wei, L., Drobniak, A., Schimmelmann, A., and Schieber, J. 2018. Responses of specific surface area and micro-and mesopore characteristics of shale and coal to heating at elevated hydrostatic and lithostatic pressures. International Journal of Coal Geology 197:20-30.

Wei, L., Schimmelmann, A., Mastalerz, M., Lahann, R.W., Sauer, P.E., Drobniak, A., StrapoĆ, D., and Mango, F.D. 2018. Catalytic generation of methane at 60–100° C and 0.1–300 MPa from source rocks containing kerogen Types I, II, and III. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 231:88-116.

Mastalerz, M., Drobniak, A., Stankiewicz A.B., 2018. Origin, properties, and implications of solid bitumen in source-rock reservoirs: A review. International Journal of Coal Geology 195:14-36.

Mastalerz, M., Eble, C., Ames, C., and Drobniak, A. 2018. Application of palynology and petrography in the correlation of the Pennsylvanian Brazil and Staunton Formation coals in the eastern part of the Illinois Basin. International Journal of Coal Geology 190:191-204.

Gasaway, C., Mastalerz, M., Krause, F., Clarkson, C., and Debuhr, C. 2018. Application of micro‐FTIR mapping and SEM to study compositional heterogeneity of siltstones: Example from the Late Devonian–Early Mississippian Middle Bakken Member. Journal of Microscopy 269(3):195-211.

Webster, K.D., Drobniak, A., Etiope, G., Mastalerz, M., Sauer, P.E., Schimmelmann, A. 2018. Subterranean karst environments as a global sink for atmospheric methane. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 485:9-18.

Karayiğit, A.I., Mastalerz, M., Oskay, R.G., and Gayer, R.A. 2018. Coal petrography, mineralogy, elemental compositions and palaeoenvironmental interpretation of Late Carboniferous coal seams in three wells from the Kozlu coalfield (Zonguldak Basin, NW Turkey). International Journal of Coal Geology 187:54-70.

Radlinski, A.P. and Mastalerz, M. 2018. Neutron scattering study of vitrinite: Insights into sub-micrometer inclusions in North American Carboniferous coals of bituminous rank. International Journal of Coal Geology 186:145-154.

Małachowska, A., Mastalerz, M., and Hupka, J. 2018. Kerogen to bitumen transformation with respect to host rock environment. Instytut Nafty i Gazu Państwowy Instytut Badawczy 73-78.

Drobniak, A., Mastalerz, M., and Rupp, J.A. 2018. Underground coal gasification; Illinois Basin, USA, and elsewhere. The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

Rojas, O.P.G., Mastalerz, M., Montes, A.B., and Solano, C.G.P. 2018. Variations in chemistry of Colombian coals. The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

Webster, K.D., Schimmelmann, A., Drobniak, A., Mastalerz, M., Lagarde, R., Boston, P.J., an Lennon, J.T. 2018. Diversity and composition of cave methanotrophic communities. bioRxiv 412213.

Liu, B., Mastalerz, M., and Schieber, J. 2018. Petrographic and Micro-FTIR Study of Organic Matter in the Devonian-Mississippian New Albany Shale During Thermal Maturation: Implications for Oil-Prone Kerogen Transformation. ACE 2018 Annual Convention & Exhibition.

Zodrow, E.L. and Mastalerz, M. 2018. Rodlets from Compressed Medullosalean Plant Fossils: Chemical and Morphological Studies (Late Pennsylvanian Sydney Coalfield, Canada). Folia Musei rerum naturalium Bohemiae occidentalis. bioRxiv.

Enrique Merino

Published

Merino, E. and Canals, A. 2018. Reply:(Reply to the Comment by David W. Morrow on "Self-accelerating dolomite-for-calcite replacement: Self-organized dynamics of burial dolomitization and associated mineralization." American Journal of Science 318(8):887-892.

Harvey, C.C. and Merino, E. 2016. Hydrochemical factors influencing the crystallinity and composition of kaolins and other silicates, revisited. Applied Clay Science 131:71-73.

Wang, Y., Chan, M.A., and Merino, E. (2015). Self-organized iron-oxide cementation geometry as an indicator of paleo-flows. Nature Scientific Reports 5. DOI

Merino, E. 2013. Mineral replacement in rocks: Window into chemical geodynamics, but also a blimnd spot of geochemists. Keynote talk at 14th Water-Rock Interaction Meeting, Avignon, France.

Merino, E. 2013. Self-accelerating replacements (e.g., brucite for periclase): Window into chemical geodynamics. Amer. Geophys. Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec 9-13. Abstract #MR33B-2317, and poster

Merino, E. 2013. "Kinetic–rheological insights uncovered by the self–accelerating brucite–for–periclase replacement. The blind spot of geochemists." AGU Abstract 1787774, San Francisco, Dec 2013

Merino E., Wang, Y., and Banerjee, A. 2012. Self–organized dynamics of karst limestone landscapes and coupled terra rossa/bauxite formation. Abstr 1483537. AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 2012.

Merino, E., Wang, Y., and Banerjee, A. 2012. Self–organized dynamics of karst limestone landscapes and coupled terra rossa formation. Abstr 1483537. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco Dec 2013.

Merino E., Wang, Y., and Banerjee, A. 2012. Self–organized dynamics of karst limestone landscapes and coupled terra rossa/bauxite formation. Abstr 1483537. AGU Fall Meeting, Dec 2012.

Merino, E., Canals, À. 2011. Self–accelerating dolomite–for–calcite replacement: Self–organized dynamics of burial dolomitization and associated mineralization. Amer. J. Science 311:573-607. DOI [pdf]

Banerjee, A. and Merino, E. 2011. Terra rossa genesis by clay–for–limestone replacement: III. Dynamic quantitative model. J. Geology 119:259-274. DOI

Merino, E., and Canals, À. 2011. Self–accelerating dolomite–for–calcite replacement: Self–organized dynamics of burial dolomitization and associated mineralization. Amer. J. Science 311:573-607. DOI

Banerjee, A. and Merino, E. 2011. Terra rossa genesis by clay–for–limestone replacement: III. Dynamic quantitative model. J. Geology 119:259-274. DOI

Banerjee, A. and Merino, E. 2011. Terra rossa genesis by clay–for–limestone replacement: III. Dynamic quantitative model. J. Geology 119:259-274. DOI

Jackson Njau

Published

Torre, I., McHenry, L.J., and Njau, J.K. 2018. Special Issue: From the Oldowan to the Acheulean at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 120:1-421 DOI

Ascari, S., Njau, J.K., Polly, P.D., Sauer, P., and Peng, Y. 2018. Fossil herbivores and crocodiles as paleoclimatic indicators of environmental shifts from Bed I and Bed II times of the Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 511:550-557 DOI

Stanistreet, I.G., Stollhofen, H., Njau, J.K., Farrugia, P., Masao, F.T., Albert, R.M., Bamford, M.K. and Pante, M. 2018. Lahar inundated, modified and preserved 1.88 Ma early hominin (OH24 and OH56) Olduvai DK site. J. Hum. Evol. 116:27-42. DOI

Colcord, D.E., Shilling, A.M., Sauer, P., Freeman, K.H., Njau, J.K., Stanistreet, I.G., Stollhofen, H., Schick, K.D., Toth, N., and Brassell, S.C. 2018. Sub-Milankovitch palaeoclimatic and paleoenvironmental variability in East Africa recorded by Pleistocene lacustrine sediments from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 495:284-291. DOI

Pante, M.C., Njau, J.K., Hensley-Marschand, B., Keevil, T.L., Martín-Ramos, C., Peters, R.F., and Torre, I. 2018. The carnivorous feeding behavior of early Homo at HWK EE, Bed II, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 120:215-235. DOI

Prassack, K., Pante, M.C., Njau, J.K., and de la Torre, I. 2018. The Paleoecology of Fossil Birds from Middle Bed II, at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 120:32-47. DOI

Rivals, F., Uno, K., Bibi, F., Pante, M., Njau, J.K., and de la Torre, I. 2018. Dietary traits of the ungulates from the HWK EE site at Olduvai Gorge,Tanzania: Diachronic changes and seasonality. Journal of Human Evolution 120:203-214. DOI

Bibi, F., Pante, M., Souron, A., Stewart, K., Varela, S., Werdelin, L., Boisserie, J.R., Fortelius, M., Hlusko, L., Njau, J.K., and de la Torre, I. 2018. Large mammals and fish from the Oldowan-Acheulean transition at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, and the paleoecology of the Serengeti. Journal of Human Evolution 120:48-75. DOI

Uno, K., Rivals, F., Bibi, F., Pante, M., Njau, J.K., and de la Torre, I. 2018. Large mammal diets and paleoecology across the Oldowan-Acheulean transition at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania from stable isotope and tooth wear analyses. Journal of Human Evolution 120:76-91. DOI

Albert, R.M., Bamford, M.K., Stanistreet, I.G., Stollhofen, H., Rivera-Rondon, C.A., Njau, J.K., and Blumenschine, R.J. 2018 River-fed wetland palaeovegetation and palaeoecology at the HWK W site, Bed I, Olduvai Gorge. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 259:223-241. DOI

Torre, I., Albert, R.M., Arroyo, A., Macphail, R., McHenry, L.J., Mora, R., Njau, J.K., Pante, M.C., Rivera-Rondon, C.A., Rodríguez-Cintas, A., Stanistreet, I.G., Stollhofen, H., and Wehr, K. 2017. New excavations at the HWK EE site: archaeology, paleoenvironment and site formation processes during late Oldowan times at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 120:140-202. DOI

Pante, M.C., Muttart, M.V., Keevil, T.L., Blumenschine, R.J., Njau, J.K., and Merritt, S. 2017. A new high-resolution 3-D quantitative method for identifying bone surface modifications with implications for Early Stone Age archaeological record. Journal of Human Evolution 102:1-11. DOI

Njau, J.K. and Gilbert, W.H. 2016. Standardizing terms for crocodile-induced bite marks on bone surfaces in light of the frequent bone modification equifinality found to result from crocodile feeding behavior, stone tool modification, and trampling. FOROST (Forensic Osteology) 3:1-13. DOI

Johnson, C.C., Njau, J.K., Van Damme, D., Schick, K., and Toth, N. 2016. Paleoecologic significance of freshwater bivalves, Bed III, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaios 31:319-326. DOI

McHenry, L.J., Njau, J.K., de la Torre, I., Pante, M.C., In Press. Geochemical "fingerprints" for Olduvai Gorge Bed II tuffs and implications for the Oldowan–Acheulean transition. Quaternary Research. DOI

Jorayev, G., Wehr, K., Benito-Calvo, A., Njau, J.K., and Torre, I. 2016. Imaging and photogrammetry models of Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania) by unmanned aerial vehicles: a high-resolution digital database for research and conservation of Early Stone Age sites. Journal of Archaeological Science 75:40-56. DOI

Habermann, J., Stanistreet I.G., Stollhofen, H, Albert, R.M., Bamford, M.K., Pante, M., Njau, J.K., Masao, F.T. 2016. In situ ˜2.0 Ma trees discovered as fossil rooted stumps, lowermost Bed I, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 90:74-87. DOI

Cherin, M., Iurino, D.A., Njau, J.K., and Masao, F.T. 2016. New material of hyaenids (Mammalia, Carnivora) from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania (Early Pleistocene). Bollettino della Societá Paleontologica Italiana. 55(1):1-9

Hlusko, L.J., Reiner, W.R., and Njau. J.K. 2015. A one-million-year-old hominid distal ulna from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 158, 36-42. DOI

Njau, J.K. 2014. Olduvai Gorge Archaeological Site. C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, DOI

Masao, F.T., Anton, S., and Njau, J.K. 2013. Results of recent investigations of the Oldowan and associated hominid remains at the DK site, Olduvai Gorge. Travaux du Centre National de Recherches Préhistoriques, Anthropologiques et Historiques. Nouvelle série 18, Pp.147-187. DOI

Njau, J.K. 2012. Reading Pliocene Bones. Science 336:46-47. DOI

Njau, J.K. and Blumenschine, R.J. 2012. Crocodylian and Mammalian Carnivore Feeding Traces on Hominin Fossils from FLK 22 and FLK NN 3, Late Pliocene, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 63:408-417. DOI

Blumenschine, R.J., Stanistreet, I.G., Njau, J.K., Bamford, M.K., Masao, F.T., Albert, R.M., Stollhofen, H., Andrews, P., Prassak, K.A., McHenry, L.J., Fernandez-Jalvo, Y., Camilli, E.L., and Ebert, J. 2012. Environments and Hominin Activities across FLK Peninsula During Zinjanthropus Times (1.84 Ma), Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 63:364-383. DOI

Blumenschine, R.J., Masao, F.T., Stollhofen, H., Stanistreet, I.G., Bamford, M.K., Albert, R.M., Njau, J.K., and Prassack, K.A. 2012. Landscape distribution of Oldowan stone artifact assemblages across the fault compartments of the eastern Olduvai Lake Basin during early lowermost Bed II times. Journal of Human Evolution 63:384-394. DOI

Torre, I., McHenry, L.J., Njau, J.K., Pante, M. 2012. The Origins of the Acheulean at Olduvai Gorge. Archaeology International 15:89-98.

Ungar, P.S., Krueger, K.L., Blumenschine, R.J., Njau, J.K., and Scott, R.S. 2012. Dental microwear texture analysis of hominins recovered by the Olduvai Landscape Paleoanthropology Project, 1995-2007. Journal of Human Evolution 63:429-437. DOI

Renne, P. R., Mulcahy, S.R., Cassata, W.S., Morgan, L.E., Kelley, S.P., Hlusko, L.J., and Njau, J.K. 2012. Retention of inherited Ar by alkali feldspar xenocrysts in a magma: Kinetic constraints from Ba zoning profiles. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 93:129–142. DOI

Westaway, M., Thompson, J., Wood, W., and Njau, J.K. Crocodile ecology and the taphonomy of early Australasian sites. Environmental Archaeology 16:124-136.

Njau, J.K. and Hlusko, L.J. 2010. Fine-Tuning Paleoanthropological Reconnaissance using High-Resolution Satellite Imagery: The Discovery of 28 New Sites in Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 59:680-684. DOI

Brochu, C.A., Njau, J.K., Blumenschine, R.J., Densmore, L.D. 2010. A New Horned Crocodile From Plio-Pleistocene Hominid Sites at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. PLoS One 5(2), e9333. DOI

Louchart, A., Wesselman, H., Blumenschine, R.J., Hlusko, L.J., Njau, J.K., Black, M.T., Asnake, M., and White, T.D. 2009. Taphonomic, Avian, and Small Vertebrate Indicators of Ardipithecus ramidus Habitat. Science 326:66. DOI

Blumenschine, R.J., Peters, C.R., Capaldo, S.D., Andrews, P., Njau, J.K., and Pobiner, B.L. 2007. Vertebrate taphonomic perspectives on Oldowan hominin land use in the Plio-Pleistocene Olduvai Basin, Tanzania. In: Breathing Life into Fossils: Taphonomic Studies in Honor of C.K. Brain (T. Pickering, K. Schick, N. Toth eds.). Gosport, IN: Stone Age Institute Press. Pp. 161-179.

Njau, J.K. and Blumenschine, R.J. 2006. A Diagnosis of Crocodile Damage to Large Vertebrate Bones, With Fossil Examples From Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Journal of Human Evolution 50:142-162. DOI

Blumenschine, R.J., Peters, C.R., Masao, F.T., Clarke, R.J., Deino, A.L., Hay, R.L., Swisher, C., Ashley, G.M., McHenry, L.J., Sikes, N.E., van der Merwe, N.J., Tactikos, J.C., Cushing, A.E., Deocampo, D.M., Njau, J.K., and Ebert, J.I. 2003. Late Pliocene Homo and Hominid Land Use from Western Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Science 299:1217-1221. DOI

Manuscripts submitted or under review

Farrugia, P. and Njau, J.K. The Paleoecology and Taphonomy of DK Site, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. In African Paleoecology and Human Evolution. (Eds. Rene Bobe and Sally Reynolds), Cambridge University Press.

Njau, J.K., Toth, N., Schick, K., Stanistreet, G. Special Issue: The Olduvai Gorge Coring Project-New insights regarding the palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental context of hominin evolution in northern Tanzania Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.

Lu, K., Hanafy, S., Stanistreet, I.G., Njau, J.K., Schick, K., Toth, N., Stollhofen, H., Schuster, G. Seismic imaging of the Olduvai Basin. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.

Merritt, S.R., Pante, M.C., Keevil, T.L., Njau, J.K., Blumenschine, R.J. Don’t cry over spilled ink: missing context prevents replication and creates the Rorschach effect in bone surface modification studies. Journal of Archaeological Science.

Gary Pavlis

Complete Publication List (PDF)

Published

Wang, Y. and Pavlis, G. 2015. Roughness of the Mantle Transition Zone Discontinuities Revealed by High Resolution Wavefield Imaging with the Earthscope Transportable Array, EOS abstract DI51A-2606, available online at https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi

Yang, X., Pavlis, G., Hamburger, M., Gilbert, H., Marshak, S., Larson, T. and Chen, C. 2015. Lithospheric Discontinuities in Illinois Basin and Their Tectonic Implications: Results from the EarthScope OIINK Experiment, EOS abstract T11D-2925, available online at https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi.

Pavlis, G.L. and Wang, Y. 2015. Geometry of the Farallon slab revealed by joint interpretation of wavefield imaging and tomography results from the Earthscope transportable array (invited), EOS, abstract S21E-01, available online at https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi.

Enkelmann, E., Koons, P.O., Pavlis, T.L., Hallet, B., Barker, A., Elliot, J., Garver, J., Gulick, S.P.S., Headley, R.M., Pavlis, G.L., Ridgway, K.D., Ruppert, N. and Van Avendonk, H.J.A. 2015. Cooperation among tectonic and surface processes in the St. Elias Range, Earth’s highest coastal mountains, Geophys. Res. Lett. 42(14):5838-5846 DOI.

Pavlis, G.L. and Wang, Y. 2015. Shaping wavelet effects in scattered wave imaging of P to S conversion data, Geophysical Journal International 203(1):373-383. DOI

Liu, X., and Pavlis, G.L. 2013. Appraising the reliability of converted wavefield imaging; application to USArray imaging of the 410–km discontinuity. Geophysical Journal International 192(3):1240-1254. DOI

Pavlis, G.L., Sigloch, K., Burdick, S., Fouch, M. and Vernon, F.L. 2012. Unraveling the geometry of the Farallon Plate: Synthesis of three–dimensional imaging results from USArray. Tectonophysics *532-535*:82-12. DOI

Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Three–dimensional wavefield imaging of broadband seismic array data. Computers and Geosciences 37:1054-1066. DOI

Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Three–dimensional wavefield imaging of data from the USArray: New constraints on the geometry of the Farallon slab. Geosphere 7:785-801.

Hamburger, M.W., Shoemaker, K., Horton, S., DeShon, H., Withers, M., Pavlis, G.L. and Sherrill, E. 2011. Aftershocks of the 2008 Mt. Carmel, Illinois, earthquake; evidence for conjugate faulting near the termination of the Wabash Valley fault system. Seism. Res. Lett. 82(85):735-747.

Morozov, I. and Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Management of large seismic datasets: I. Automated building and updating using BREQ_FAST and NetDC. Seism. Res. Lett. 82(2):211-221.

Morozov, I. and Pavlis, G.L. 2011. Management of large seismic datasets: II. Data center type operations. Seism. Res. Lett. 82(2):222-226.

Anchieta, M.C., Wolfe, C.J., Pavlis, G.L., Vernon, F.L., Eakins, J., Solomon, S.C., Laske, G. and Collins, J.A. 2011. Seismicity around the Hawaiian Islands recorded by the plume seismometer networks; insights into faulting near Maui, Molokai, and Oahu. Bull. Seism. Soc. Amer. 101(4):1742-1758.

David Polly

Published

2018

Ascari, S.H., Njau, J.K., Sauer, P.E., Polly, P.D., and Peng, Y. 2018. Fossil herbivores and crocodiles as paleoclimatic indicators of environmental shifts from Bed I and Bed II times of the Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 511:550-557.

Polly, P.D. 2018. Spatial processes and evolutionary models: a critical review. Palaeontology

Zimmerman, A.N., Johnson, C.C., and Polly, P.D. 2018. Taxonomic and evolutionary pattern revisions resulting from geometric morphometric analysis of Pennsylvanian Neognathodus conodonts, Illinois Basin. Paleobiology 44(4):660-683.

Polly, P.D. 2018. Marsupial responses to global aridification. Science 362(6410):25-26.

Jones, K.E., Angielczyk, K.D., Polly, P.D., Head, J.J., Fernandez, V., Lungmus, J.K., Tulga, S., and Pierce, S.E. 2018. Fossils reveal the complex evolutionary history of the mammalian regionalized spine. Science 361(6408):1249-1252.

Parzer, H.F., Polly, P.D., and Moczek, A.P. 2018. The evolution of relative trait size and shape: insights from the genitalia of dung beetles. Development Genes and Evolution 228(2):83-93.

Polly, P.D. and Mock, O.B. 2018. Heritability: the link between development and the microevolution of molar tooth form. Historical Biology 30(1-2):53-63.

Cardini, A. and Polly, P.D. 2018. Author Correction: Larger mammals have longer faces because of size-related constraints on skull form. Nature Communications 9:4626.

Vermillion, W.A., Polly, P.D., Head, J.J., Eronen, J.T., and Lawing, A.M. 2018. Ecometrics: a trait-based approach to paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Methods in Paleoecology 373-394.

Phillips, R., Fei, S., Brandt, L., Polly, P.D., Zollner, P.A., Saunders, M., Clay, K., Iverson, L., Widhalm, M., and Dukes, J. 2018. Indiana’s Future Forests: A Report from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment. Forest Reports Paper 1.

2017

Polly, P.D. and Motz, G.J. 2017 (in press). Patterns and processes in morphospace: geometric morphometrics of three-dimensional objects. In: L. Tapanila and I. Rahman (eds.), Virtual Paleontology. Paleontological Society Papers 22. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom. (PDF)

Gomez-Robles, A., Smaers, J.B., Holloway, R.L., Polly, P.D. and Wood, B. 2017 (in early edition). Brain enlargement and dental reduction were not linked in hominin evolution. PNAS. DOI

2016

Polly, P.D., Stayton, C.T., Dumont, E.R., Pierce, S.E., Rayfield, E.J. and Angielczyk, K. 2016. Combining geometric morphometrics and finite element analysis with evolutionary modeling: towards a synthesis. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, e1111225: 1-29. DOI

Polly, P.D., Eronen, J.T., Lawing, A.M. and Schnitzler, J. 2016. Processes of ecometric patterning: modelling functional traits, environments, and clade dynamics in deep time. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 118: 39-63. DOI

Polly, P.D. 2016. Quantitative genetics and macroevolution. In R. M. Kliman (ed.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology. Elsevier/Academic Press, Amsterdam. Pp. 409-417.

Polly, P.D. 2016. Quantitative genetics provides predictive power for paleontological studies of morphological evolution. PNAS, 113: 9142-9144. DOI

Lawing, A.M., Eronen, J.T., Blois, J.L., Graham, C. and Polly, P.D. 2016. Community functional trait composition and the effects of non-ecological processes. Ecography, 39: 1-13. DOI

Lawing, A.M., Polly, P.D., Hews, D.K. and Martins, E.P. 2016. Including fossils in phylogenetic climate reconstructions: a deep time perspective on the climatic niche evolution and diversification of Spiny Lizards (Sceloperus). American Naturalist, 188: 133-148. DOI

Goswami, A., Randau, M., Polly, P.D., Weisbecker, V., Bennett, C.V., Hautier, L. and Sánchez-Villagra, M.R. 2016. Do developmental constraints and high integration limit the evolution of the marsupial oral apparatus? Integrative and Comparative Biology, DOI

2015

Polly, P.D., Head, J.J. and Fox, D.L. (eds.), 2015. Earth-Life Transitions: Paleobiology in the Context of Earth System Evolution. The Paleontological Society Papers 21. Yale Press, New Haven, CT.

Polly, P.D. 2015. The antecedents of punctuated equilibrium. Review of Eternal Ephemera by Niles Eldredge. Evolution 69:3021-3022.

Polly, P.D. and Head, J.J. 2015. Measuring earth-life transitions: ecometric analysis of functional traits from late Cenozoic vertebrates. pp. 21-46 in P.D. Polly, J.J. Head, and D.L. Fox (eds.), Earth-Life Transitions: Paleobiology in the Context of Earth System Evolution. The Paleontological Society Papers 21. Yale Press, New Haven, CT.

Aguilar-Medrano, R., Reyes-Bonilla, H. and Polly, P.D. 2015. Adaptive radiation of damselfish (Perciformes, Pomacentridae) in the eastern Pacific. Marine Biology 162:2291-2303.

Head, J.J. and Polly, P.D. 2015. Evolution of the snake body form reveals homoplasy in amniote Hox gene function. Nature 520:86-89. DOI

Polly, P.D., Cardini, A., Davis, E.B. and Steppan, S. 2015. Marmot evolution and global change in the past 10 million years. Pp. 246-276 in P.G. Cox and L. Hautier (eds.), Evolution of the Rodents: Advances in Phylogeny, Palaeontology and Functional Morphology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Cardini, A., Polly, P.D., Dawson, R. and Milne, N. 2015. Why the long face? Kangaroos and wallabies follow the same ’rule’ of cranial evolutionary allometry (CREA) as placentals. Evolutionary Biology DOI

Polly, P.D. 2015. Gene networks, occlusal clocks, and functional patches: new understanding of pattern and process in the evolution of the dentition. Odontology 103:117-125. DOI

Ksepka, D.T., Parham, J.F., Allman, J.F., Benton, M.J., Carrano,M.T., Cranston, K.A., Donoghue, P.C.J., Head, J.J., Hermsen, E.J., Irmis, R.B., Joyce, W.G., Kohli, M., Lamm, K.S., Leehr, D., Patané, J.S.L., Polly, P.D., Phillips, M.J., Smith, N.A., Smith, N.D., Van Tuinen, M., Ware, J.L., and Warnock, R.C.M. 2015. The Fossil Calibration Database, A New Resource for Divergence Dating. Systematic Biology 64: 853-859.

Aguilar-Medrano, R., Reyes-Bonilla, H. and Polly, P.D. 2015. Adaptive radiation of damselfish (Perciformes, Pomacentridae) in the eastern Pacific. Marine Biology 162: 2291-2303.

Polly, P.D., Cardini, A., Davis, E.B. and Steppan, S. 2015. Marmot evolution and global change in the past 10 million years. In P. G. Cox and L. Hautier (eds.), Evolution of the Rodents: Advances in Phylogeny, Palaeontology and Functional Morphology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 246-276.

Lisa Pratt

Published

Pratt, L.M. and Forsbacka, M. 2018. Designing Spacecraft Power Systems to Solve Planetary Protection Challenges. Conference on Advanced Power Systems for Deep Space Exploration; 22-24 Oct. 2018; Pasadena, CA; United States.

Young, S.A., Cadieux, S.B., Peng, Y., White, J.R. and Pratt, L.M. 2018. Seasonal changes in sulfur biogeochemistry of a dilute, dimictic Arctic lake: Implications for paired sulfur isotope records from ancient oceans. Chemical Geology 495:118-130.

Pugel, D.E. and Pratt, L. 2018. Overview and Status of NASA’s Planetary Protection Mission Portfolio. 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly 42.

Spry, J.A., Race, M., Siegel, B., and Pratt, L. 2018. Planetary protection for human missions to Mars: A forward look. 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly 42

Pratt, L. 2018. Recent changes in the NASA Office of Planetary Protection. 42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly 42

Pratt, L.M. 2018. Spores, Viable Organisms, and other Tribulations in Planetary Protection Requirements for Mars and Europa. 15th Annual International Planetary Probe Workshop.

Weiss, B.P., Beaty, D.W., McSween, H.Y., Carrier, B.L., Czaja, A.D., Goreva, Y.S., Hausrath, E., Herd, C.D.K., Humayun, M., McCubbin, F.M., McLennan, S.M., Pratt, L.M., Sephton, M.A., and Steele, A. 2018. Paleomagnetic Studies of Returned Samples from Mars. Second International Mars Sample Return 2071.

Beaty, D.W., McSween, H.Y., Carrier, B.L., Czaja, A.D., Goreva, Y.S., Hausrath, E.M., Herd, C.D.K., Humayun, M., McCubbin, F.M., McLennan, S.M., Pratt, L.M., Sephton, M.A., Steele, A., and Weiss, B.P. 2018. Sample Quality Standards for Returned Martian Samples. Second International Mars Sample Return 2071.

Beaty, D.W., McSween, H.Y., Carrier, B.L., Czaja, A.D., Goreva, Y.S., Hausrath, E.M., Herd, C.D.K., Humayun, M., McCubbin, F.M., McLennan, S.M., Pratt, L.M., Sephton, M.A., Steele, A., and Weiss, B.P. 2018. Summary of Sample Quality Standards for Returned Martian Samples. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49.

Beaty, D.W., McSween, H.Y., Carrier, B.L., Czaja, A.D., Goreva, Y.S., Hausrath, E.M., Herd, C.D.K., Humayun, M., McCubbin, F.M., McLennan, S.M., Pratt, L.M., Sephton, M.A., Steele, A., Weiss, B.P. 2018. Analysis of the Scientific Value of the Mars 2020 Spacecraft Genetic Inventory to Mars Sample Return. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49.

Thompson, H.A., White, J.R., and Pratt, L.M. 2018. Spatial variation in stable isotopic composition of organic matter of macrophytes and sediments from a small Arctic lake in west Greenland. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 50(1):S100017.

Carrier, B.L., Beaty, D.W., McSween, H.Y., Czaja, A.D., Goreva, Y.S., Hausrath, E.M., Herd, C.D.K., Humayun, M., McCubbin, F.M., McLennan, S.M., Pratt, L.M., sephton, M.A., Steele, A., and Weiss, B.P. 2018. Strategies for Investigating Early Mars Using Returned Samples. 4th International Conference on Early Mars: Geologic, Hydrologic, and Climatic Evolution and the Implications for Life.

Wang, w., Guan, C., Zhou, C., Peng, Y., Pratt, L.M., Chen, X., Chen, L., Chen, Z., Yuan, X., Xiao, S. 2017. Integrated carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen isotope chemostratigraphy of the Ediacaran Lantian Formation in South China: Spatial gradient, ocean redox oscillation, and fossil distribution. Geobiology 15(4):552-571.

Farley, K.A., Williford, K., Beaty, D.W., McSween, H.Y., Czaja, A.D., Goreva, Y.S., Hausrath, E., Herd, C.D.K., Humayun, M., McCubbin, F.M., McLennan, S.M., Pratt, L.M., Sephton, M.A., Steele, A., Weiss, B.P., and Hays, L.E. 2017. Contamination Knowledge Strategy for the Mars 2020 Sample-Collecting Rover. 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference; 20-24 Mar. 2017; The Woodlands, TX.

Cavanagh, P.D., Bramble, M.S., and Pratt, L.M. 2017. Efflorescence of Gypsum and Jarosite During Exposure of Sulfidic Lacustrine Sediment, Western Greenland. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 48.

Cadieux, S.B., White, J.R., and Pratt, L.M. 2017. Exceptional summer warming leads to contrasting outcomes for methane cycling in small Arctic lakes of Greenland. Biogeosciences 14(3):559-574.

Johnson, J., Beaty, D.W., Bussey, B., Christensen, P., Hamilton, V., Hubbard, S., Meyer, M., Ori, G., Pratt, L., Zurek, R., Diniega, S., and Hays, L. 2017. The Long-Range Future of the Scientific Exploration of Mars. Planetary Science Vision 2050 Workshop 1989

Weiss, B.P., Beaty, D.W., McSween Jr, H.Y., Czaja, A.D., Goreva, Y., Hausrath, E., Herd, M., Humayun, M., McCuggin, F.M., McLennan, S.M., Pratt, L.M., Sephton, M.A., Steele, A., Hays, L.E., and Meyer, M.A. 2016. Planning for the Paleomagnetic Investigations of Returned Samples from Mars. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Thompson, H.A., White, J.R., Pratt, L.M., and Sauer, P.E. 2016. Spatial variation in flux, δ13C and δ2H of methane in a small Arctic lake with fringing wetland in western Greenland. Biogeochemistry 131(1-2):17-33.

Goldman, A.E., Cadieux, S.B., White, J.R. and Pratt, L.M. 2015. Passive sampling method for high-resolution concentration and isotopic composition of dissolved methane in Arctic lakes. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. DOI

Webster, K.D., White, J.R. and Pratt, L.M. 2015. Evaluating Ground-level Atmospheric Methane Concentrations in Southwest Greenland Using Open-Path Laser Spectroscopy. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research DOI

Colcord, D.E., Cadieux, S.B., Brassell, S.C., Castañeda, S., Pratt, L.M. and White, J.R. 2015. Assessment of branched GDGTs as temperature proxies in sedimentary records from several small lakes in southwestern Greenland. Organic Geochemistry 82:33-41.

Greenberger, R.N., Mustard, J.F., Cloutis, E.A., Pratt, L.M., Sauer, P.E., Mann, P., Turner, K., Dyar, M.D. and Bish, D.L. 2015. Serpentinization, iron oxidation, and aqueous conditions in a serpentinite: implications for hydrogen production and habitability on Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 416:21-34. DOI

Ed Ripley

Published

Xue, S., Li, C., Qin, K., Yao, Z., and Ripley, E.M. 2018. Sub-arc mantle heterogeneity in oxygen isotopes: evidence from Permian mafic–ultramafic intrusions in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 173(11):94.

Xue, S., Qin, K., Li, C., Yao, Z., Ripley, E.M., and Wang, X. 2018. Geochronological, mineralogical and geochemical studies of sulfide mineralization in the Podong mafic-ultramafic intrusion in northern Xinjiang, western China. Ore Geology Reviews 101:688-699.

Wang, Q., Deng, J., Li, G., Liu, J., Li, C., and Ripley, E.M. 2018. Geochronological, Petrological, and Geochemical Studies of the Daxueshan Magmatic Ni-Cu Sulfide Deposit in the Tethyan Orogenic Belt, Southwest China. Economic Geology 113(6):1307-1332.

Jastrzębski, M., Machowiak, K., Krzemińska, E., Farmer, G.L., Larionov, A.N., Murtezi, M., Majka, J., Sergeev, S., Ripley, E.M., and Whitehourse, M. 2018. Geochronology, petrogenesis and geodynamic significance of the Visean igneous rocks in the Central Sudetes, northeastern Bohemian Massif. Lithos 316:385-405.

Taranovic, V., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., and Shirey, S.B. 2018. S, O, and Re-Os Isotope Studies of the Tamarack Igneous Complex: Melt-Rock Interaction During the Early Stage of Midcontinent Rift Development. Economic Geology 113(5):1161-1179.

Wernette, B.W., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., and Wintsch, R.P. 2018. Strongly negative δ34S values associated with secondary pyrite above and below the JM Reef, Stillwater Complex, Montana. Chemical Geology 493:58-66.

Yao, J.H., Zhu, W.G., Li, C., Zhong, H., Bai, Z.J., Ripley, E.M., and Li, C. 2018. Petrogenesis and Ore Genesis of the Lengshuiqing Magmatic Sulfide Deposit in Southwest China: Constraints from Chalcophile Elements (PGE, Se) and Sr-Nd-Os-S Isotopes. Economic Geology 113(3):675-698.

Ripley, E.M. and Li, C. 2018. Metallic Ore Deposits Associated With Mafic to Ultramafic Igneous Rocks. Processes and Ore Deposits of Ultramafic-Mafic Magmas through Space and Time. 79-111.

Duan, J., Qian, Z., Feng, Y., Li, C., Ripley, E.M., Xu, G., Jiao, J. 2017. Compositional variations of several Early Permian magmatic sulfide deposits in the Kalatongke district, southern Altai, western China: With genetic and exploration implications. Ore Geology Reviews 90:576-590.

Zhou, Y., Zhong, H., Li, C., Ripley, E.M., Zhu, W.G., Bai, Z.J., and Li, C. 2017. Geochronological and geochemical constraints on sulfide mineralization in the Qingmingshan mafic intrusion in the western part of the Proterozoic Jiangnan orogenic belt along the southern margin of the Yangtze Craton. Ore Geology Reviews 90:618-633.

Peng, R., Li, C., Zhai, Y., and Ripley, E.M. 2017. Geochronology, petrology and geochemistry of the Beiligaimiao magmatic sulfide deposit in a Paleozoic active continental margin, North China. Ore Geology Reviews 90:607-617.

Yu, S.Y., Shen, N.P., Song, X.Y., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., and Chen, L.M. 2017. An integrated chemical and oxygen isotopic study of primitive olivine grains in picrites from the Emeishan Large Igneous Province, SW China: Evidence for oxygen isotope heterogeneity in mantle sources. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 215:263-276.

Ripley, E.M., Wernette, B.W., Ayre, A., Li, C., Smith, J.M., Underwood, B.S., and Keays, R.R. 2017. Multiple S isotope studies of the Stillwater Complex and country rocks: An assessment of the role of crustal S in the origin of PGE enrichment found in the JM Reef and related rocks. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 214:226-245.

Ripley, E.M. and Li, C. 2017. A review of the application of multiple S isotopes to magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE deposits and the significance of spatially variable Δ33S values. Economic Geology 112(4):983-991.

Chen, H., Chen, Y., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., Deng, X., Yue, S., Zheng, Z., and Fu, B. 2017. Isotope and trace element studies of the Xingdi II mafic–ultramafic complex in the northern rim of the Tarim Craton: Evidence for emplacement in a Neoproterozoic subduction zone. Lithos 278:274-284.

Tang, Q., Li, C., Tao, T., Ripley, E.M., and Xiong, F. 2017. Association of Mg-rich olivine with magnetite as a result of brucite marble assimilation by basaltic magma in the Emeishan Large Igneous Province, SW China. Journal of Petrology 58(4):699-714.

Peter Sauer

Published

Kumar, A., Brassell, S.C., Schimmelmann, A. and Sauer, P.E. 2015. Distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the Santa Barbara Basin (abstract). GSA Annual Meeting, 1-4 Nov 2015. Paper 107-23.

Webster, K.D., Schimmelmann, A. and Sauer, P.E. 2015. Seasonal fluctuations in the methane concentration of cave air (abstract). GSA Annual Meeting (1-4 Nov 2015), paper 15-6.

Forsythe, J.C., Pomerantz, A.E., Seifert, D.J., Wang, K., Chen, Y., Zuo, J.Y., Nelson, R.K., Reddy, C.M., Schimmelmann, A., Sauer, P. and Peters, K.E., 2015. A Geological Model for the Origin of Fluid Compositional Gradients in a Large Saudi Arabian Oilfield: An Investigation by Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography (GC× GC) and Asphaltene Chemistry. Energy and Fuels, 29(9):5666-5680.

Webster, K.D., Drobniak, A., Sauer, P.E., Mastalerz, M. and Schimmelmann, A. 2015. Cave air as a biosignature. 2nd International Planetary Caves Conference, October 20–23, 2015, Flagstaff, Arizona. http://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/2ndcaves2015/

Greenberger, R.N., Mustard, J.F., Cloutis, E.A., Pratt, L.M., Sauer, P.E., Mann, P., Turner, K., Dyar, M.D. and Bish, D.L. 2015. Serpentinization, iron oxidation, and aqueous conditions in a serpentinite: implications for hydrogen production and habitability on Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 416:21-34. DOI

Ferreira, A.A., Santos Neto, E.V., Sessions, A.L., Schimmelmann, A., Sauer, P.E., Oliveira, C.J.F. and Aquino Neto, F.R. 2014. 2H/1H Ratios of Formation Waters from the Potiguar Basin, Brazil: a Comparison Between Isotope Ratio Infrared Spetroscopy (IRIS) and Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS), ALAGO Latin American Congress on Organic Geochemistry, 2-5 November 2014, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Greenberger, R.N., Mustard, J.F., Cloutis, E.A., Pratt, L.M., Sauer, P.E., Mann, P., Turner, K. and Dyar, M.D. 2014. Understanding the nature of water-rock interactions in a serpentinizing system: Implications for planetary exploration and subsurface habitability, 2014 GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. Abstract

Tulipani, S., Grice, K., Greenwood, P.F., Haines, P.W., Sauer, P.E., Schimmelmann, A., Summons, R.E., Foster, C.B., Böttcher, M.E., Playton, T. and Schwark, L. 2014. Changes of palaeoenvironmental conditions recorded in Late Devonian reef systems from the Canning Basin, Western Australia: A biomarker and stable isotope approach. Gondwana Research. Abstract

Greenberger, R.N., Mustard, J.F., Cloutis, E.A., Pratt, L.M., Sauer, P., Mann, P., Turner, K. and Dyar, M.D. 2014. Aqueous Conditions and Habitability Associated with Formation of a Serpentinite: Using Analyses of Ferric Iron and Stable Carbon Isotopes to Reconstruct Hydrogen Production [Abstract], AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. Abstract

Greenberger, R.N., Mustard, J.F., Cloutis, E.A., Pratt, L.M., Sauer, P.E., Mann, P., Turner, K. and Dyar, M.D. 2014. Understanding the nature of water-rock interactions in a serpentizing system: Implications for planetary exploration and subsurface habitability [Abstract], Geological Soc. America Annual Meeting. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Abstract

Webster, K., Lagarde, L.R., Sauer, P.E., Schimmelmann, A., Lennon, J.T. and Boston, P.J. 2014. Hydrogen and Carbon Stable Isotopic Compositions and Concentrations of Methane in Cave Air of Cueva de Villa Luz, Tabasco, Mexico [Abstract], AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. Abstract

Topalov, K., Schimmelmann, A., Polly, P.D., Sauer, P.E. and Lowry, M. 2013. Environmental, trophic and ecological factors influencing bone collagen δ2H. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 111,:88-104. DOI

Shanahan, T.M., Hughen, K.A., Ampel, L., Sauer, P.E. and Fornace, K. 2013. Environmental controls on the 2H/1H values of terrestrial leaf waxes in the eastern Canadian Arctic. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 119:286-301. DOI

Ciotoli, G., Etiope, G., Florindo, F., Marra, F., Ruggiero, L., Sauer, P.E. 2013. Sudden deep gas eruption nearby Rome’s airport of Fiumicino. Geophysical Research Letters, DOI

Webster, Kevin D, Schimmelmann, A, Drobniak, A., Mastalerz, M., Etiope, G., Sauer, P.E. and Lennon, J.T. 2013. Methane dynamics in limestone caves [Abstract]. Geological Soc. America Annual meeting, 27-30 October 2013 [Student presentation]

Górka, M., Sauer P.E., Lewicka–Szczebak, D. and Jedrysek, M.–O. 2011. Carbon isotope signature of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) in precipitation and atmospheric CO2. Environmental Pollution 159:294-301. DOI

Gröcke, D.R., van Hardenbroek, M., Sauer, P.E. and Elias, S. 2011. Hydrogen Isotopes in Beetle Chitin. In: Gupta, S.N. (Ed.), Chitin: formation and diagenesis. Springer.

Lis, G.P. and Sauer, P.E. 2010. Ranges of hydrogen isotope ratios in natural materials. In: Beauchemin, D. and Matthews, D.E. (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Mass Spectrometry, Vol. 5. Elsevier.

Juergen Schieber

Published

Schieber, J. 2016. Mud-redistribution in epicontinental basins-Exploring likely processes. Marine and Petroleum Geology 71:119-133.

Schieber, J. 2016. Experimental Testing of the Transport-Durability of Shale Lithics and its Implications for Interpreting the Rock Record. Sedimentary Geology 331:162-169.

Mahaffy, P.R., et al. 2015. The imprint of atmospheric evolution in the D/H of Hesperian clay minerals on Mars. Science 347:412-414.

Webster, C.R., et al. 2015. Mars methane detection and variability at Gale crater. Science 347:415-417.

Anderson, R.B., et al. 2015. ChemCam Results from the Shaler Outcrop in Gale Crater, Mars. Icarus 249:2-21.

Stern, J.C., et al. 2015. Evidence for indigenous nitrogen in sedimentary and aeolian deposits from the Curiosity rover investigations at Gale crater, Mars. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:4245-4250.

Lazar, R., Bohacs, K.M., Schieber, J., Macquaker, J. and Demko, T. 2015. Mudstone Primer: Lithofacies variations, diagnostic criteria, and sedimentologic/stratigraphic implications at the lamina to bedset scale. SEPM Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology #12, 198 pp.

Ulmer-Scholle, D.S., Scholle, P.A., Schieber, J. and Raine, R.J. 2015. A Color Guide to the Petrography of Sandstones, Siltstones, Shales and Associated Rocks. AAPG Memoir 109, 505 pp.

Wilson, R. and Schieber, J. 2015. Sedimentary Facies and Depositional Environment of the Middle Devonian Geneseo Formation of New York, USA. Journal of Sedimentary Research 85:1393-1415

Li, Y. and Schieber, J. 2015. On the Formation of Phosphate Enriched Interval in the Chattanooga Shale (Upper Devonian) of Tennessee-A combined sedimentologic, petrographic, and geochemical study. Sedimentary Geology 329:40-61.

Li, Z., Bhattacharya, J. and Schieber, J. 2015. Evaluating along-strike variation using thin-bedded facies analysis, Upper Cretaceous Ferron Notom Delta, Utah. Sedimentology 62:2060-2089.

Grotzinger, J.P., Gupta, S., Malin, M.C., Rubin, D.M., Schieber, J., Siebach, K., Sumner, D.Y., Stack, K.M., Vasavada, A.R., Arvidson, R.E., Calef III, F., Edgar, L., Fischer, W.F., Grant, J.A., Griffes, J., Kah, L.C., Lamb, M.P., Lewis, K.W., Mangold, N., Minitti, M.E., Palucis, M., Rice, M., Williams, R.M.E., Yingst, R.A., Blake, D., Blaney, D., Conrad, P., Crisp, J., Dietrich, W.E., Dromart, G., Edgett, K.S., Ewing, R.C., Gellert, R., Hurowitz, J.A., Kocurek, G., Mahaffy, P., McBride, M.J., McLennan, S.M., Mischna, M., Ming, D., Milliken, R., Newsom, H., Oehler, D., Parker, T.J. and Vaniman, D. 2015. Deposition, exhumation, and paleoclimate of an ancient lake deposit, Gale crater, Mars. Science 350.

Mahaffy, P.R., Conrad, P.G. and the MSL Science Team 2015. Volatile and Isotopic Imprints of Ancient Mars. Elements 11:51-56.

Downs, R.T. and the MSL Science Team 2015. Determining Mineralogy on Mars with the ChemMin X-Ray Diffractometer. Elements 11:45-50.

Gellert, R., Benton, C.C. and the MSL and MER Science Teams 2015. In Situ Compositional Measurements of Rocks and Soils with the Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer on NASA’s Mars Rovers. Elements 11:39-44.

Wiens, R.C., Sylvestre, M. and the MSL Science Team 2015. ChemCam: Chemostratigraphy by the First Mars Microprobe. Elements 11:33-38

Kah, L.C. and the MSL Science Team 2015. Images from Curiosity: A new look at Mars. Elements 11:27-32.

Grotzinger, J.P., Crisp. J.A., Vasavada, A.R., and the MSL Science Team 2015. Curiosity’s Mission of Exploration at Gale Crater, Mars. Elements 11:19-26.

Lazar, O.R., Bohacs, K.M., Macquaker, J.H.S., Schieber, J. and Demko, T.M. 2015. Integrated approach for the nomenclature and description of the spectrum of fine-grained sedimentary rocks. Journal of Sedimentary Research 85:230-246. Link

Schieber, J. 2015. Discussion: Mud dispersal across a Cretaceous prodelta: Storm-generated, wave-enhanced sediment gravity flows inferred from mudstone microtexture and microfacies by Plint (2014). Sedimentology 61:609–647 (pages 389–393). Sedimentology 62:389-393. Link

Nguyen, M.N., Dultz, S., Picardal, F., Bui, A.T.K., Pham, Q.V. and Schieber, J., 2015. Release of potassium accompanying the dissolution of rice straw phytolith. Chemosphere 119:371-376.

Arndt Schimmelmann

Complete Publication List

Published

Alfken, S., Wörmer, L., Lipp, J.S., Wendt, J., Taubner, H., Schimmelmann, A., and Hinrichs, K-U. 2019. Micrometer scale imaging of sedimentary climate archives–Sample preparation for combined elemental and lipid biomarker analysis. Organic Geochemistry 127:81-91.

Schimmelmann, A., Ensminger, S.A., Drobniak, A., Mastalerz, M., Etiope, G., Jacobi, R.D., and Frankenbert, C. 2018. Natural geological seepage of hydrocarbon gas in the Appalachian Basin and Midwest USA in relation to shale tectonic fracturing and past industrial hydrocarbon production. Science of the Total Environment 644:982-993.

Meier-Augenstein, w. and Schimmelmann, A. 2018. A guide for proper utilisation of stable isotope reference materials. Isotopes in environmental and health studies, 1-16.

Schimmelmann, A., Fernandez-Cortes, A., Cuezva, S., Streil, T., and Lennon, J.T. 2018. Radiolysis via radioactivity is not responsible for rapid methane oxidation in subterranean air. PloS one 13(11):e0206506.

Mastalerz, M., Wei, L., Drobniak, A., Schimmelmann, A., and Schieber, J. 2018. Responses of specific surface area and micro-and mesopore characteristics of shale and coal to heating at elevated hydrostatic and lithostatic pressures. International Journal of Coal Geology 197:20-30.

Wei, L., Schimmelmann, A., Mastalerz, M., Lahann, R.W., Sauer, P.E., Drobniak, A., Strapoç, D., and Mango, F.D. 2018. Catalytic generation of methane at 60–100°C and 0.1–300 MPa from source rocks containing kerogen Types I, II, and III. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 231:88-116.

Botner, E.C., Townsend-Small, A., Nash, D.B., Xu, X., Schimmelmann, A., and Miller, J.H. 2018. Monitoring concentration and isotopic composition of methane in groundwater in the Utica Shale hydraulic fracturing region of Ohio. Environmental monitoring and assessment 190(6):322.

Schimmelmann, J.P., Nguyễn-Văn, H., Nguyễn-Thuỳ, D., and Schimmelmann, A. 2018. Low Cost, Lightweight Gravity Coring and Improved Epoxy Impregnation Applied to Laminated Maar Sediment in Vietnam. Geosciences 8(5):176.

Schimmelmann, J., Nguyen-Van, H., Nguyen-Thùy, D., Schimmelmann, A., Ojala, A., Zolitschka, B., and Nguyen-Anh, N. 2018. Monsoon-related rainfall recorded by mineral-rich flood layers in Vietnamese maar sediment. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 4222.

Du, X., Hendy, I., and Schimmelmann, A. 2018. A 9000-year flood history for Southern California: A revised stratigraphy of varved sediments in Santa Barbara Basin. Marine Geology 397:29-42.

Webster, K.D., Drobniak, A., Etiope, G., Mastalerz, M., Sauer, P.E., and Schimelmann, A. 2018. Subterranean karst environments as a global sink for atmospheric methane. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 485:9-18.

Webster, K.D., Schimmelmann, A., Drobniak, A., Mastalerz, M., Lagarde, L.R., Boston, P.J., and Lennon, J.T. 2018. Diversity and composition of cave methanotrophic communities. bioRxiv, 412213.

Nguyet, N.T.A., Duong, N.T., Schimmelmann, A., and Van Huong, N. 2018. Human exposure to radon radiation geohazard in Rong Cave, Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark, Vietnam. Vietnam Journal of Earth Sciences 40(2):117-125.

DU, X., Hendy, I.L., Hinnov, H., Brown, E.T., Schimmelmann, A., and Pak, D.K. 2017. Relationship between annual precipitation variability and ENSO in Southern California for the Common Era (last 2,000 years). AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Kumar, A., Schimmelmann, A., Sauer, P.E., and Brassell, S.C. 2017. Distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in laminated Santa Barbara Basin sediments. Organic Geochemistry 113:303-314.

Lee, H., Feakins, S.J., Lu, Z., Schimmelmann, A., Sessions, A.L., Tierney, J.E., and Williams, T.J. 2017. Comparison of three methods for the methylation of aliphatic and aromatic compounds. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 31(19):1633-1640.

Nguyen-Thuy, D., Schimmelmann, A., Nguyen-Van, H., Drobniak, A., Lennon, J.T., Ta, P.H., Nguyen, N.T.A. 2017.Subterranean microbial oxidation of atmospheric methane in cavernous tropical karst. Chemical Geology 466:229-238.

Renpenning, J., Schimmelmann, A., and Gehre, M. 2017. Compound‐specific hydrogen isotope analysis of fluorine‐, chlorine‐, bromine‐ and iodine‐bearing organics using gas chromatography–chromium‐based high‐temperature conversion (Cr/HTC) isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 31(13):1095-1102.

Mastalerz, M., Drobniak, A., and Schimmelmann, A. 2017. Characteristics of microbial coalbed gas during production; example from Pennsylvanian Coals in Indiana, USA. Geosciences 7(2):26.

Webster, K.D., Lagarde, L.R., Sauer, P.E., Schimmelmann, A., Lennon, J.T., and Boston, P.J. 2017. Isotopic evidence for the migration of thermogenic methane into a sulfidic cave, Cueva de Villa Luz, Tabasco, Mexico. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 79(1):24-34.

Schimmelmann, A., Lange, C.B., Schieber, J., Francus, P., Ojala, A.E.K. and Zolitschka, B. 2016. Varves in marine sediments: A review. Earth-Science Reviews 159: 215-246. DOI

Jenny, J.-P., Normandeau, A., Francus, P., Taranu, Z.E., Gregory-Eaves, I., Lapointe, F., Jautzy, J., Ojala, A.E.K., Dorioz, J.-M., Schimmelmann, A. and Zolitschka, B. 2016. Urban point sources of nutrients were the leading cause for the historical spread of hypoxia across European lakes. PNAS 113 (45): 12655-12660. DOI | supporting materials

Quaderer, A., Mastalerz, M., Schimmelmann, A., Drobniak, A., Bish, D.L. and Wintsch, R.P. 2016. Dike-induced thermal alteration of the Springfield Coal Member (Pennsylvanian) and adjacent clastic rocks, Illinois Basin, USA. International Journal of Coal Geology 166: 108-117. DOI

Schimmelmann, A., Qi, H., Coplen, T.B., Brand, W.A., Fong, J., Meier-Augenstein, W., Kemp, H.F., Toman, B., Ackermann, A., Assonov, S., Aerts-Bijma, A.T., Brejcha, R., Chikaraishi, Y., Darwish, T., Elsner, M. Gehre, M., Geilmann, H., Gröning, M., Hélie, J.-F., Herrero-Martín, S., Meijer, H.A.J., Sauer, P.E., Sessions, A.L. and Werner, R.A. 2016. New organic reference materials for hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen stable isotope-ratio measurements: caffeines, n-alkanes, fatty acid methyl esters, glycines, L-valines, polyethylenes, and oils. Analytical Chemistry 88(8): 4294-4302. DOI | supporting information

Webster, K.D., Mirza, A., Deli, J.M., Sauer, P.E. and Schimmelmann, A. 2016. Consumption of atmospheric methane in a limestone cave in Indiana, USA. Chemical Geology 443: 1-9. DOI

Lennon, J.T., Nguyễn-Thùy, D., Phạm, T.M., Drobniak, A., Tạ, P.H., Phạm, N.Ðm,, Streil, T., Webster, K.D. and Schimmelmann, A. 2016. Microbial contributions to subterranean methane sinks. Geobiology. DOI

Pak, D.K., Hendy, I., Weaver, J.C., Schimmelmann, A. and Clayman, L. 2016. Foraminiferal proxy response to ocean temperature variability and acidification over the last 150 years in the Santa Barbara Basin (California). Quaternary International. DOI

Qi, H., Coplen, T.B., Mroczkowski, S.J., Brand, W.A., Brandes, L., Geilmann, H. and Schimmelmann, A. 2016. A new organic reference material, L-glutamic acid, USGS41a, for δ13C and δ15N measurements − a replacement for USGS41. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 30: 859-866. DOI

Furmann, A., Mastalerz, M., Bish, D., Schimmelmann, A. and Pedersen, P.K. 2016. Porosity and pore-size distribution in shales from the Belle Fourche and Second White Specks Formations in Alberta, Canada. AAPG Bulletin 100(8): 1265-1288. DOI

Jenny, J.-P., Francus, P., Normandeau, A., Lapointe, F., Perga, M.-E., Ojala, A.K.E., Schimmelmann, A. and Zolitschka, B. 2016. Global spread of hypoxia in freshwater ecosystems during the last three centuries is caused by rising local human pressure. Global Change Biology 22(4): 1481-1489. DOI

Paul Staten | please visit my Research Page

Published

Staten, P.W., Lu, J., Grise, K.M., Davis, S.M., and Birner, T. 2018. Author Correction: Re-examining tropical expansion. Nature Climate Change 8:1021-1021.

Waugh, D.W., Grise, K.M., Seviour, W.J.M., Davis, S.M., Davis, N., Adam, O., Son, S-W., Simpson, I.R., Staten, P.W., Maycock, A. C., Ummenhofer, C.C., Birner, T., and Ming, A. 2018. Revisiting the relationship among metrics of tropical expansion. Journal of Climate 31(18):7565-7581.

Grise, K.M., Davis, S.M., Staten, P.W., and Adam, O. 2018. Regional and seasonal characteristics of the recent expansion of the tropics. Journal of Climate 31(17):6839-6856.

Staten, P.W., Lu, J., Grise, K.M., Davis, S.M., and Birner, T. 2018. Re-examining tropical expansion. Nature Climate Change 8(9):768-775.

Staten, P.W., Lu, P., Grise, K.M., Davis, S.M., and Birner, T. 2018. Earth’s expanding waistline.

Serra, Y.L., Haase, H.S., Adams, D.K., Fu, Q., Ackerman, T.P., and Alexander, M.J. 2018. The risks of contracting the acquisition and processing of the nation’s weather and climate data to the private sector. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99(5):869-870.

Lu, J., Xue, D., Gao, Y., Chen, G., Leung, L.R., and Staten, P. 2018. Enhanced hydrological extremes in the western United States under global warming through the lens of water vapor wave activity. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 1(1):7.

Adam, O., Grise, K.M., Staten, P., Simpson, I.R., Davis, S.M., Davis, N.A., Waugh, D.W., Birner, T., and Ming, A. 2018. The TropD software package (v1): standardized methods for calculating tropical-width diagnostics. Geoscientific Model Development 11(10):4339-4357.

Palipane, E., Lu, J., Staten, P., Chen, G., and Schneider, E.K. 2018. Investigating the zonal wind response to SST warming using transient ensemble AGCM experiments. Climate dynamics 48(1-2):523-540.

Staten, P.W., Kahn, B., Schreier, M. and Heidinger, A. 2016. Subpixel Characterization of HIRS Spectral Radiances Using Cloud Properties from AVHRR. J. Atmos. Ocean Tech. 33: 7. DOI

Palipane, E., Lu, J., Staten, P.W. et al. 2016. Investigating the zonal wind response to SST warming using transient ensemble AGCM experiments. Clim. Dyn. DOI

Conrick, R., Curtis, N.L., Staten, P.W. and Kirkpatrick, C. 2016. The relationships between temperature gradient and wind during cold frontal passages in the eastern United States: a numerical modeling study. Atmosph. Sci. Lett. 17: 339–345 DOI

Staten, P.W., Waugh, D.W., Garfinkel, C.I. and Polvani, L.M. 2015. Drivers of the Recent Tropical Expansion in the Southern Hemisphere: Changing SSTs or Ozone Depletion?. J. Climate 28:6581–6586.

Bob Wintsch

Published

Wernette, B.W., Ripley, E.M., Li, C., and Wintsch, R.P. 2018. Strongly negative δ34S values associated with secondary pyrite above and below the JM Reef, Stillwater Complex, Montana. Chemical Geology 493:58-65.

Helou, C.E., Deasy, R.T., and Wintsch, R.P. 2017. Strain-induced, metasomatic development of orthoschists in ductile shear zones, South-Central Connecticut. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Deasy, R.T., Wathen, B., and Wintsch, R.P. 2017. Bedrock geology of the Paleozoic rocks of western New Haven quadrangle, Connecticut. Journal of Maps 13(2):632-643.

Nozaka, T., Wintsch, R.P., and Meyer, R. 2017. Serpentinization of olivine in troctolites and olivine gabbros from the Hess Deep Rift. Lithos 282:201-214.

McAleer, R.J., Bish, D.L., Kunk, M.J., Sicard, K.R., Valley, P.M., Walsh, G.J., Wathen, B.A., and Wintsch, R.P. 2017. Reaction softening by dissolution–precipitation creep in a retrograde greenschist facies ductile shear zone, New Hampshire, USA. Journal of Metamorphic Geology 35(1):95-119.

Ghanem, H., Kunk, M.J., Ludman, A., Bish, D.L., and Wintsch, R.P. 2016. Dating slate belts using 40Ar/39Ar geochronology and zircon ages from crosscutting plutons: A case study from east-central Maine, USA. Journal of Structural Geology 93:51-66.

Helou, C.E., Wathen, B., Wintsch, R.P., and Yi, K. 2016. Reaction softening in the Prospect Gneiss on the New York Promontory during Eastern North American Paleozoic Orogenies. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Wintsch, R.P., Attenoukon, M., Kunk, M.J., McAleer, R.J., Wathen, B., and Yi, D. 2016. Pressure Solution Creep and Textural Softening in Greenschist Facies Phyllonites. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Quaderer, A., Mastalerz, M., Schimmelmann, A., Drobniak, A., Bish, D.L., and Wintsch, R.P. 2016. Dike-induced thermal alteration of the Springfield Coal Member (Pennsylvanian) and adjacent clastic rocks, Illinois Basin, USA. International Journal of Coal Geology 166:108-117.

Nozaka, T., Meyer, R., Wintsch, R.P., and Wathen, B. 2016. Hydrothermal spinel, corundum and diaspore in lower oceanic crustal troctolites from the Hess Deep Rift. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 171(6):53.

Wathen, B., Helou, C., Wintsch, R.P., Deasy, R.T., Yi, K., McAleer, R. and Matthews, J. 2015. Deformation spanning 200 million years along the peri-Laurentian (Pumpkin Ground Orthogneiss) Buttress and the East Derby Shear Zone, South-central Connecticut, in, Gilmore, M.S., and Resor, P.G., Guidebook to field trips in Connecticut and Massachusetts, Wesleyan University, p. 153-172.

Deasy, R.T., Wintsch, R.P., Wathen, B., McAleer, R., Bish, D. and Meyer, R. 2015. Tectonic Slivers of oceanic terrane(s?): Sheeted dikes and sheared gabbros in south-central Connecticut, in, Gilmore, M.S., and Resor, P.G., Guidebook to field trips in Connecticut and Massachusetts, Wesleyan University, p. 1-24.

Brian Yanites

published

Larimer, J.E., Yanites, B.J., Phillips, W., and Mittelstaedt, E. 2018. Late Miocene rejuvenation of central Idaho landscape evolution: A case for surface processes driven by plume-lithosphere interaction. Lithosphere.

Yanites, B.J., Mitchell, N.A., Bregy, J.C., Carlson, G.A., Cataldo, K., Holahan, M., Johnston, G.H., Nelson, A., Valenza, J., and Wanker, M. 2018. Landslides control the spatial and temporal variation of channel width in southern Taiwan: Implications for landscape evolution and cascading hazards in steep, tectonically active landscapes. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43(9):1782-1797.

Fremier, A.K., Yanites, B.J., and Yager, E.M. 2018. Sex that moves mountains: The influence of spawning fish on river profiles over geologic timescales. Geomorphology 305:163-172.

Yanites, B.J. 2018. The dynamics of channel slope, width, and sediment in actively eroding bedrock river systems. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 123:1504-1527.

Dhingra, R.D., Barnes, J.W., Yanites, B.J., and Kirk, R.L. 2018. Large catchment area recharges Titan’s Ontario Lacus. Icarus 299:331-338.

Larimer, J.E. and Yanites, B. 2017. The influence of rock strength on erosion processes and river morphology in central Arizona: the accumulation of damage from macro-abrasion. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Xu, D.R., White, E., Cassel, E.J., Lynch, B., Yanites, B., and Breecker, D. 2017. Oxygen Isotope Compositions of Meteoric Water Across an Elevation Gradient in Southern Peru. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Lynch, B., Yanites, B., Shen, H., and Poulsen, C.J. 2017. The role of climate in landscape evolution: a coupled model of erosion and precipitation. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Yanites, B.J., Becker, J.K., Madritsch, H., Schnellmann, M., and Ehlers, T.A. 2017. Lithologic effects on landscape response to base level changes: a modeling study in the context of the Eastern Jura Mountains, Switzerland. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 122(11):2196-2222.

Graf, E., Attal, M., Mudd, S., and Yanites, B. 2017. The role of lithology in controlling the rate of landscape response to perturbations. EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 19, 6890.

Badgley, C., Smiley, T.M., Terry, R., Davis, E.B., DeSantis, L.R.G., Fox, D.L., Hopkins, S.S.B., Jezkova, T., Matocq, M.D., Matzke, N., McGuire, J.L., Mulch, A., Riddle, B.R., Roth, V.L., Samuels, J.X., Strömberg, C.A.E., and Yanites, B.J., 2017. Biodiversity and topographic complexity: modern and geohistorical perspectives. Trends in ecology & evolution 32(3):211-226.

Yanites, B. 2016. Quantifying Rock Strength from River Channel Morphology. University of Idaho Moscow United States.

Forte, A.M., Yanites, B., and Whipple, K.X. 2016. The Influence of Stratigraphic History on Landscape Evolution. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Larimer, J.E. and Yanites, B. 2016. Quantitative Relationships Linking Rock Strength to Channel Morphology: A Case Study in Central Arizona. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Lynch, B., Yanites, B., Shen, H., and Poulsen, C.J. 2016. Modeling Landscape Evolution and Climate: How Erosion and Precipitation are Linked in Active Orogens (Preliminary Results). AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Yanites, B. 2016. The dynamics of channel slope, width, and sediment transport in tectonically actively river systems. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Forte, A.M., Yanites, B.J., and Whipple, K.X. 2016. Complexities of landscape evolution during incision through layered stratigraphy with contrasts in rock strength. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41(12):1736-1757.

Yanites, B.J. and Ehlers, T.A. 2016. Intermittent glacial sliding velocities explain variations in long-timescale denudation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 450:52-61.

Yanites, B.J. and Ehlers, T.A. (in press) Intermittent glacial sliding velocities explain long-timescale variations in denudation, SW British Columbia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. DOI

Forte, A.M., Yanites, B.J. and Whipple, K.X. 2016. Complexities of landscape evolution during incision through layered stratigraphy with contrasts in rock strength. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms. DOI

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Hu, B., Teng, Y., Zhang, Y., and Zhu, C. 2018. Review: The projected hydrologic cycle under the scenario of 936 ppm CO2 in 2100. Hydrogeology Journal. 1-23.

Zhang, G. Lu, P. Ji, X., and Zhu, C. 2017. CO2 Plume Migration and Fate at Sleipner, Norway: Calibration of Numerical Models, Uncertainty Analysis, and Reactive Transport Modelling of CO2 Trapping to 10,000 Years. Energy Procedia. 114:2880-2895.

Rimstidt, D.J., Zhang, Y., and Zhu, C. 2016. Rate equations for sodium catalyzed amorphous silica dissolution. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 195.

Zhang, G., Lu, P., Wei, X, and Zhu, C. 2016. Impacts of Mineral Reaction Kinetics and Regional Groundwater Flow on Long-Term CO2 Fate at Sleipner. Energy & Fuels. 30:4159–4180.

Zhu, C., Liu, Z.Y., Wang, C., Scheafer, A., Lu, P., Zhang, G.R., Zhang, Y.L., Georg, R.B., Rimstidt, J.D. and Yuan, H.L. 2016, Measuring silicate mineral dissolution rates using Si isotope doping. Chemical Geology DOI

Zimmer, K., Zhang, Y.L., Lu, P., Chen, Y.Y., Zhang, G.R. and Zhu, C. 2016. SUPCRTBL: A revised and extended thermodynamic dataset and software package of SUPCRT92. Computer & Geosciences 90: 97-111. DOI

Zhang, G.R., Lu, P., Zhang, Y.L., Wei, X.M. and Zhu, C. 2016. Impacts of mineral reaction kinetics and regional groundwater flow on long-term CO2 fate at Sleipner. Energy & Fuel 30(5): 4159-4180. DOI

He, H.T., Zhang, S.T., Zhu, C. and Liu, Y. 2016. Equilibrium and kinetic Si isotope fractionation factors and their implications for Si isotope distributions in the Earth’s surface environments. Acta Geochimica. DOI

Liu, Z.Y., Zhang, Y.L., Yuan, H.L., Rimstidt, J.D. and Zhu, C. 2016. A stable isotope doping method to test the range of applicability of detailed balance. Geochemical Perspective Letters 2:78-86. DOI

Zhang, G.R., Peng, L., Zhang, Y.L., Wei, X.M. and Zhu, C. 2015. Effects of rate law formulation on predicting CO2 sequestration in sandstone formations. International Journal of Energy Research 39(14):1890-1908. DOI

Zhu, C., Zhang, G.R., Lu, P., Zhu, C. and Meng, L. 2015. Benchmark modeling of the Sleipner CO2 plume: Calibration to seismic data for the uppermost layer and model sensitivity analysis. The International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control DOI [This material is partly based upon work supported by the Department of Energy Grant No. EAR0809903]

Ji, X. and Zhu, C. 2015. CO2 storage in deep saline aquifers. A chapter in Novel Materials for Carbon Dioxide Mitigation Technology, pp 299-332, Elsevier. DOI [This material is partly based upon work supported by the Department of Energy Grant No. EAR0809903]

Siegel, D.I., Dasgupta, S., Zhu, C., Chanton, J., Glaser, P.H. 2015. Geochemical mixing in peatland waters: The role of organic acids. Wetlands 35(3):567-575 DOI

Lu, P., Oelkers, E.H., Konishi, H., and Zhu, C. 2015. Coupled Alkali Feldspar Dissolution and Secondary Mineral Precipitation in Batch Systems: 5. Results of K-feldspar hydrolysis experiments. Chinese Journal of Geochemistry. DOI

Zhang, G.R., Lu, P. and Zhu, C. 2014. Model predictions via history matchign of CO2 plume migraiton at the Sleipner project, Norwgian North Sea. Energy Procedia 63: 3000-3011. [This material is partly based upon work supported by the Department of Energy Grant No. EAR0809903]

Zhu, C., Liu. Z., Schaefer, A., Wang, C., Zhang, G., Gruber, C., Ganor, G. and Georg, R.B. 2014. Silicon isotopes as a new method of measuring silicate mineral reaction rates at ambient temperature. Procedia: Earth and Planetary Sciences, Geochemistry of Earth’s Surface GES-10, 10:189-193. DOI

Gruber, C., Zhu, C., Georg, R.B., Zakon, J. and Ganor, J. 2014. Resolving the gap between laboratory and field rates of feldspar weathering. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 147:90–106. DOI

Zhu, C., Zhang, G.R., Lu, P., Meng, L.F. and Ji, X. 2014. Benchmark modeling of the Sleipner CO2 plume: Calibration to seismic data for the uppermost layer and model sensitivity analysis. The International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control.

Zhu, C. and Lu, P. 2013. Coupling of dissolution and precipitation reactions as the main contributor to the apparent discrepancy between lab and field reaction rates. Procedia of Earth and Planetary Sciences. International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction WRI-14, 7:948-952. DOI

Ji, X. and Zhu, C 2013. A SAFT Equation of State for the H2S-CO2-H2O-NaCl system and applications for CO2-H2S transportation and geological storage. Energy Procedia 37:3780-3791.DOI

Lu, P., Fu, Q., Seyfried Jr., WE, Jones, K. and Zhu, C. 2013. Coupled alkali feldspar dissolution and secondary mineral precipitation in batch systems: 2. Effects of CO2 and implications for carbon sequestration. Applied Geochemistry 30:75-90, DOI

Ji, X. and Zhu C. 2012. Predicting possible effects of H2S impurity on CO2 transportation and geological storage. Environmental Science and Technology 47:55-62 DOI

Zhu, C., Rehrey, G., Treadwell, B. and Johnson, C.C. 2012. Looking Back to Move Ahead: How Students Learn Deep Geological Time by Predicting Future Environmental Impacts. Journal of College Science Teaching 41(3):61-66.

Liu, Y., Lu, P., Griffith, C., Soong, Y., Hedges, S.W., Hellevang, H. and Zhu, C. 2012. CO-caprock-brine interaction: Reactivity experiments on Eau Claire Shale and a review of literature. The International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. (7)153–167, DOI

Zhu, C. 2011. Current Status of Geochemical Modeling. In Environmental and Geological Studies, Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology, Robert A. Meyers (Ed.), Springer. DOI

Zhu, C. and Schwartz, F.W. 2011. Hydrogeochemical processes and their controls – influence on water quality and water management. Elements 7(3):169-174. [This material is partly based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. EAR0809903]

Oelkers, O.H., Hering, J. and Zhu, C. 2011. Water: Is there a global crisis. Elements 7(3):157-162.

Zhu, C. 2011. The globalization of Chinese geosciences: A threat or an opportunity? Elements 7(6):368-367.

Lu, P., Nuhfer, N.T., Kelly, S., Li, Q., Konishi, H., Elswick, E., Schimmelmann, A. and Zhu, C. 2011. Pb2+ coprecipitation with iron oxyhydroxide nano-particles. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75:4527-4621, DOI

Liu, F., Lu, P., Zhu, C. and Xiao Y. 2011. Coupled reactive transport modeling of CO2 Sequestration in the Mt. Simon Sandstone Formation, Midwest U.S.A. The International Journal of Green House Gas Control 52(2):294-307. DOI

Lu, P. and Zhu, C. 2011, Arsenic Eh-pH Diagrams at 25°C and 1 bar. Environmental Earth Sciences 62(8):1673-1683. DOI [This material is partly based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. EAR0809903]

Su, W., Zhang, H., Hu, R., Ge, X., Xia, B., Chen, Y. and Zhu, C. 2011. Mineralogy and geochemistry of gold-bearing arsenian pyrite from the Shuiyindong Carlin-type gold deposit, Guizhou, China: Implications for gold depositional processes. Mineralium Deposita.DOI

Lu, P, Fu, Q., Seyfried, W.E. Jr, Hereford, A.G. and Zhu, C. 2010. Navajo Sandstone-Brine-CO2 interaction: Implications for Geological Carbon Sequestration. Environmental Earth Sciences, 62(1):101-118. DOI

Pham, V.T.H., Lu, P. Aagaard, P., Zhu, C. and Hellevang, H. 2010. On the potential of CO2-water-rock interactions for CO2 storage using a modified kinetic model. The International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. DOI

Zhu, C. and Kipfer, R. 2010. Noble Gas Evidence for the Passing of the Southern Branch of Jet Streams in Late Pleistocene over Black Mesa, Arizona, USA, Geology 38(1):83-86; DOI

*Lu, P., Fu, Q., Seyfried, W.E. Jr, Hereford, A.G. and Zhu, C. Navajo Sandstone-Brine-CO2 interaction: Implications for Geological Carbon Sequestration. Environmental Earth Sciences, DOI.

*Liu, F.Y., Le, C., McKnight-Whitford, A., Xia, Y., Wu, F., Elswick, E., Johnson, C.C. and Zhu, C. 2010. Antimony Speciation and Contamination of Waters in Xikuangshan Sb Mining and Smelting Area, China. Environmental Geochemistry and Health DOI.

Zhu, C., Lu, P., Zheng, Z. and Ganor, J. 2010. Coupled Alkali Feldspar Dissolution and Secondary Mineral Precipitation in Batch Systems: 4. Numerical modeling of reaction path. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. DOI.