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(2015) Continental Weathering and Earth System Response
Kasemann S, Pogge von Strandmann P, Prave A, Ohnemüller F, Fallick A, Elliott T & Hoffmann K-H

(2013) Timing and Progression of Mediterranean Climate during MIS5 as Deduced by Speleothem Records from Corchia Cave (Central Italy)
Zanchetta G, Drysdale R, Hellstrom J, Fallick A, Couchoud I, Isola I, Fohlmeister J, Sanchez Goni MF & Regattieri E

(2013) Carbonates of the 2.0 Ga Zaonega Formation: REE and Sr Isotopic Indications of their Origin
Crne AE, Lepland A, Kamber BS, Melezhik VA, Prave AR, Fallick AE, Brasier AT & Condon DJ

(2013) A δ13C Record from Marine Carbonates Deposited Below Diamictites between ca. 2430 and 2440 Ma
Brasier A, Martin A, Melezhik V, Prave A, Condon D & Fallick A

(2013) Nitrogen Isotope Biogeochemistry of the South Atlantic
Tuerena R, Ganeshram R, Fallick T, Dougans J, Tait A & Woodward M

(2013) Calcium and Magnesium Isotopes Reveal Earth System Response in the Aftermath of a Cryogenian Glaciation
Kasemann S, Pogge von Strandmann P, Prave A, Fallick A, Elliott T & Hoffmann K-H

(2012) Negative C-Isotope Excursion in Carbonates during 2.0 Ga Shunga Event
Crne AE, Melezhik VA, Lepland A, Fallick AE, Prave AR & Brasier AT

(2011) Abundant Marine Sulphate in the Palaeoproterozoic: Models Come and go, but the Rock Record Endures
Melezhik V, Fallick A & Rychanchik D

(2011) Long Residence (> 6 Ma) Time of Paleoproterozoic Seawater Sulfate Revealed by in situ and ex situ Sulfur Isotope Measurements
Reuschel M, Whitehouse MJ, Melezhik VA, Lepland A, Fallick AE & Strauss H

(2011) The Lomagundi-Jatuli δ13C-Event Revisited
Illing CJ, Summons RE, Fallick AE, Melezhik VA & Strauss H

(2011) Stepwise C & O Stable Isotope Shows no Detectable CO2-sequestration by Cements in Analogue for Engineered Storage
Heinemann N, Wilkinson M, Fallick A & Haszeldine S

(2011) Neoproterozoic Ice Ages, Boron Isotopes, and Ocean Acidification
Kasemann S, Prave A, Fallick A, Hawkesworth C & Hoffmann KH

(2009) Response of the Ancient Anoxic Biosphere to the Oxidation of Terrestrial Environments
Melezhik V, Fallick A & Simonson B

(2008) Neoproterozoic Carbonates: An Isotopic Archive of Ocean Acidification?
Kasemann S, Abell R, Prave A, Fallick A & Hawkesworth C

(2006) Stable isotope investigation of palaeo- CO2 levels: Neoproterozoic climatic extremes as a test study
Kasemann SA, Prave AR, Hawkesworth CJ & Fallick AE

(2006) The Eemian in southern Europe: high-resolution age constraints from four Italian stalagmites
Drysdale RN, Hellstrom JC, Zanchetta G & Fallick AE

(2006) Oxygen isotopes for gem corundums, eastern Australian basalt fields: results and genetic implications.
Sutherland F, Giuliani G, Fallick A & Webb G

(2004) Anoxic Diagenetic Recycling of Organic Carbon Prior to 2.06 Ga: Evidence from Diagenetic Carbonates
Melezhik V & Fallick A

(2002) Hydrothermal Clays as Tracers of Seafloor Sulphide Mound Evolution
Mills RA, Severmann S, Palmer MR & Fallick AE

(2002) Geochemistry of Crustal Samples from the Atlantis Bank Platform, SWIR
Gleeson M, Hunter A, McDermott F, Pearson G, Nowell G & Fallick A

(2001) Isotope Stratigraphy Applied to High-Grade Marbles from the Norwegian Caledonides for Dating of Carbonate Sedimentation
Melezhik VA, Gorokhov IM, Fallick AE & Gjelle S

(2000) 87Sr/86Sr Ratios and *13C in Early Palaeoproterozoic Marginal Marine, Sabkha and Lacustrine Evaporitic Carbonates, the Canadian and Fennoscandian Shields
Kuznetsov A, Melezhik V, Gorokhov I, Fallick A & Melnikov N

(2000) Isotopic Evidence for Biological Origin of Shungite, Generation of Petroleum and 13C Depleted Nature of Initial Biomass at 2.0 Ga ago
Melezhik V & Fallick A

(2000) Silicification, Advanced-Argillic and Porphyry-Style Alteration in Basalts, South Shetland Island Volcanic Arc: Formation from Geothermal, Magmatic-Hydrothermal and Intrusive Systems
Willan RC, Boyce AJ & Fallick AE

(2000) Stable-Isotopic Investigation of Plutons Intruded at High, Polar, Latitudes during the Mesozoic: Low-18O Melts or Interactions with Light Polar Waters?
Willan RC, Boyce AJ & Fallick AE

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