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Winter weathering of fractured sedimentary rocks in a temperate climate: observation of freeze–thaw and thermal processes on the Niagara Escarpment, Hamilton, Ontario.
Fractures in the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario, Canada: distribution, connectivity, and geohazard implications.
Beyond ‘crumple zones’: recent advances, applications and future directions in deformable plate tectonic modelling.
Three-dimensional visualization of top-down superimposed thrust sheets in the SW Grenville Province, Ontario.
Nd and Pb isotope mapping of crustal domains within the Makkovik Province, Labrador.
A revised model for the crustal structure of the SW Grenville Province, Ontario, Canada.
Testing a back-arc ‘aulacogen’ model for the Central Metasedimentary Belt of the Grenville Province.
The Chondritic Moon: a solution to the 142Nd conundrum and implications for terrestrial mantle evolution.
Nd isotope mapping of the Allochthon Boundary Thrust on the shores of Georgian Bay, Ontario: significance for Grenvillian crustal structure and evolution.
The St Lawrence Platform and Appalachian deformation front in the St Lawrence Estuary and adjacent areas (Quebec, Canada): structural complexity revealed by magnetic and seismic imaging.
An application of Nd isotope mapping in structural geology: delineating an allochthonous Grenvillian terrane at North Bay, Ontario.
The Blackstones Bank igneous complex: geochemistry and
crustal context of a submerged Tertiary igneous centre
in the Scottish Hebrides.
Nd isotope chemistry of Tertiary igneous rocks from Arran, Scotland: implications for magma evolution and crustal structure.
DISCUSSION OF ISOTOPIC EVIDENCE FOR THE EXTENT OF EARLY PROTEROZOIC BASEMENT IN SCOTLAND AND NORTHWEST IRELAND - DISCUSSION.
Discussion of isotopic evidence for the extent of early Proterozoic basement in Scotland and northwest Ireland.
Isotopic evidence for the extent of early Proterozoic basement in Scotland and northwest Ireland.
The Significance of Septa and Sutures in Jurassic Ammonite Systematics.
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