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- Restricted accessExtreme sulphur isotope fractionation in the deep Cretaceous biosphereBy Vincenzo Ferrini, Mostafa Fayek, Caterina De Vito, Silvano Mignardi and Johannes PignattiArticle | Published in 2010 in Journal of the Geological Society 167 (5)DOI: 10.1144/0016-76492009-161Vincenzo FerriniMostafa FayekCaterina De VitoSilvano MignardiJohannes Pignatti
- Restricted accessUpper Cretaceous carbon- and oxygen-isotope stratigraphy of hemipelagic carbonate facies from southern Tibet, ChinaBy Xianghui Li, Hugh C. Jenkyns, Chengshan Wang, Xiumian Hu, Xi Chen, Yushuai Wei, Yongjian Huang and Jie CuiArticle | Published in 2006 in Journal of the Geological Society 163 (2)DOI: 10.1144/0016-764905-046Xianghui LiHugh C. JenkynsChengshan WangXiumian HuXi ChenYushuai WeiYongjian HuangJie Cui
- Restricted accessGlobal and regional palaeoceanographic changes as recorded in the mid-Cretaceous (Aptian–Albian) sequence of the Ionian zone (NW Greece)By T. Danelian, H. Tsikos, S. Gardin, F. Baudin, J.-P. Bellier and L. EmmanuelArticle | Published in 2004 in Journal of the Geological Society 161 (4)DOI: 10.1144/0016-764903-088T. DanelianH. TsikosS. GardinF. BaudinJ.-P. BellierL. Emmanuel
- Restricted accessCarbon-isotope stratigraphy recorded by the Cenomanian–Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event: correlation and implications based on three key localitiesBy H. Tsikos, H.C. Jenkyns, B. Walsworth-Bell, M.R. Petrizzo, A. Forster, S. Kolonic, E. Erba, I. Premoli Silva, M. Baas, T. Wagner and J.S. Sinninghe DamstÉArticle | Published in 2004 in Journal of the Geological Society 161 (4)DOI: 10.1144/0016-764903-077H. TsikosH.C. JenkynsB. Walsworth-BellM.R. PetrizzoA. ForsterS. KolonicE. ErbaI. Premoli SilvaM. BaasT. WagnerJ.S. Sinninghe DamstÉ
- Restricted accessModelling oceanic carbon and phosphorus fluxes: implications for the cause of the late Cenomanian Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE2)By Alexandra J. Nederbragt, JÜrgen Thurow, Hubert Vonhof and Hans-J. BrumsackArticle | Published in 2004 in Journal of the Geological Society 161 (4)DOI: 10.1144/0016-764903-075Alexandra J. NederbragtJÜrgen ThurowHubert VonhofHans-J. Brumsack
- Restricted accessDiagenetic effects on the oxygen isotope composition of bones of dinosaurs and other vertebrates recovered from terrestrial and marine sedimentsBy Clive Trueman, Carolyn Chenery, David A. Eberth and Baruch SpiroArticle | Published in 2003 in Journal of the Geological Society 160 (6)DOI: 10.1144/0016-764903-019Clive TruemanCarolyn CheneryDavid A. EberthBaruch Spiro
- Restricted accessEvidence for Late Cretaceous (Late Turonian) climate cooling from oxygen-isotope variations and palaeobiogeographic changes in Western and Central EuropeBy S. VOIGT and F. WIESEArticle | Published in 2000 in Journal of the Geological Society 157 (4)DOI: 10.1144/jgs.157.4.737S. VOIGTF. WIESE
- Restricted accessIsotopic evidence for temperature variation during the early Cretaceous (late Ryazanian–mid‐Hauterivian)By GREGORY D. PRICE, ALASTAIR H. RUFFELL, CHARLES E. JONES, ROBERT M. KALIN and JÖRG MUTTERLOSEArticle | Published in 2000 in Journal of the Geological Society 157 (2)DOI: 10.1144/jgs.157.2.335GREGORY D. PRICEALASTAIR H. RUFFELLCHARLES E. JONESROBERT M. KALINJÖRG MUTTERLOSE
- Restricted accessOceanic plateau formation: a cause of mass extinction and black shale deposition around the Cenomanian–Turonian boundary?By ANDREW C. KERRArticle | Published in 1998 in Journal of the Geological Society 155 (4)DOI: 10.1144/gsjgs.155.4.0619ANDREW C. KERR
- Restricted accessThe Cretaceous Separation Point batholith, New Zealand: granitoid magmas formed by melting of mafic lithosphereBy R.J. MUIR, S.D. WEAVER, J.D. BRADSHAW, G.N. EBY and J.A. EVANSArticle | Published in 1995 in Journal of the Geological Society 152 (4)DOI: 10.1144/gsjgs.152.4.0689R.J. MUIRS.D. WEAVERJ.D. BRADSHAWG.N. EBYJ.A. EVANS