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Research Publications 2018

  1. Siahi, M, Hofmann, A, Master, S, Wilson, A and Mayr, C (2018). Trace element and stable (C, O) and radiogenic (Sr) isotope geochemistry of stromatolitic carbonate rocks of the Mesoarchaean Pongola Supergroup: Implications for seawater composition. Chemical. Geology, 476, 389-406. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2017.11.036.

  2. Scoon, RN (2018) Geology of National Parks of Central/Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania. Geotourism of the Gregory Rift Valley, Active Volcanism and Regional Plateaus. Springer, 1st ed., 221 p.

  3. Gess, R, Ahlberg, PE (2018) A tetrapod fauna from within the Devonian Antarctic Circle. Science, 360, 1120-1124.

  4. Maier, W, Prevec, SA, Scoates, JW, Wall, CJ, Barnes, SJ, Gomwe, T (2018) The Uitkomst intrusion and Nkomati Ni-Cu-Cr-PGE deposit, South Africa: trace element geochemistry, Nd isotopes and high-precision geochronology. Mineralium Deposita, 53, 67-88.

  5. Prevec, SA, Büttner, SH (2018) Multi-phase emplacement of impact melt sheet into the footwall: offset dykes of the Sudbury Igneous Complex, Canada. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 53, 1301-1322.

  6. Gess, RW, Prestianni, C (2018) Kowieria alveoformis gen. nov. sp. nov., a new heterosporous lycophyte from the Latest Devonian of Southern Africa. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 249, 1-8.

  7. Jay, AE, Marsh, JS, Fluteau, F, Courtillot, V (2018) Emplacement of inflated pahoehoe flows in the Naude’s Nek Pass, Lesotho remnant, Karoo Continental Flood Basalt Province: use of flow-lobe tumuli in understanding flood basalt emplacement. Bulletin of Volcanology, 80, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00445-017-1189-6. OPEN ACCESS

  8. JS Marsh, R Swart (2018) The Bero Volcanic Complex: Extension of the Paraná-Etendeka Igneous Province into SW Angola.  Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 355, 21-31.

  9. Nestola, F, Korolev, N, Kopylova, M, Rotiroti, N, Pearson, DG, Pomato, MG, Alvaro, M, Gurney, JJ, Moore, AE, Davidson, J (2018) CaSiO3-perovskite in diamond indicates the recycling of oceanic crust into the lower mantle. Nature, 555: 237-241.

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