Michael A. Arthur
Michael A. Arthur
Professor of Geoscience, Pennsylvania State University
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Stable isotopes of oxygen and carbon and their application to sedimentologic and paleoenvironmental problems
TF Anderson, MA Arthur
Interpreting carbon-isotope excursions: carbonates and organic matter
LR Kump, MA Arthur
Chemical Geology 161 (1-3), 181-198, 1999
Carbon isotope fluctuations in Cretaceous pelagic limestones: potential stratigraphic and petroleum exploration tool
PA Scholle, MA Arthur
Aapg Bulletin 64 (1), 67-87, 1980
Marine black shales: depositional mechanisms and environments of ancient deposits
MA Arthur, BB Sageman
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 22 (1), 499-551, 1994
Chemical Weathering, Atmospheric CO2, and Climate
LR Kump, SL Brantley, MA Arthur
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 28 (1), 611-667, 2000
The Cenomanian-Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event, II. Palaeoceanographic controls on organic-matter production and preservation
MA Arthur, SO Schlanger, HC Jenkyns
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 26 (1), 401-420, 1987
Secular variations in the pelagic realm
AG Fischer, MA Arthur
Special Publications of SEPM, 1977
The Cenomanian-Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event, I. Stratigraphy and distribution of organic carbon-rich beds and the marine δ13C excursion
SO Schlanger, MA Arthur, HC Jenkyns, PA Scholle
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 26 (1), 371-399, 1987
Geochemical and climatic effects of increased marine organic carbon burial at the Cenomanian/Turonian boundary
MA Arthur, WE Dean, LM Pratt
Nature 335 (6192), 714-717, 1988
Stratigraphy, geochemistry, and paleoceanography of organic carbon-rich Cretaceous sequences
MA Arthur, HJ Brumsack, HC Jenkyns, SO Schlanger
Cretaceous resources, events and rhythms: background and plans for research …, 1990
Late Miocene atmospheric CO2 concentrations and the expansion of C4 grasses
M Pagani, KH Freeman, MA Arthur
Science 285 (5429), 876-879, 1999
Massive release of hydrogen sulfide to the surface ocean and atmosphere during intervals of oceanic anoxia
LR Kump, A Pavlov, MA Arthur
Geology 33 (5), 397-400, 2005
Miocene evolution of atmospheric carbon dioxide
M Pagani, MA Arthur, KH Freeman
Paleoceanography 14 (3), 273-292, 1999
Cretaceous “oceanic anoxic events” as causal factors in development of reef-reservoired giant oil fields
MA Arthur, SO Schlanger
AAPG bulletin 63 (6), 870-885, 1979
Two or four Neoproterozoic glaciations?
MJ Kennedy, B Runnegar, AR Prave, KH Hoffmann, MA Arthur
Geology 26 (12), 1059-1063, 1998
Variations in the Global Carbon Cycle During the Cretaceous Related to Climate, Volcanism, and Changes in Atmospheric CO2
MA Arthur, WE Dean, SO Schlanger
The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO2: natural variations Archean to present …, 1985
Early diagenesis of organic matter in Peru continental margin sediments: phosphorite precipitation
PN Froelich, MA Arthur, WC Burnett, M Deakin, V Hensley, R Jahnke, ...
Marine Geology 80 (3-4), 309-343, 1988
Early Cenozoic decoupling of the global carbon and sulfur cycles
AC Kurtz, LR Kump, MA Arthur, JC Zachos, A Paytan
Paleoceanography 18 (4), 2003
A weathering hypothesis for glaciation at high atmospheric pCO2 during the Late Ordovician
LR Kump, MA Arthur, ME Patzkowsky, MT Gibbs, DS Pinkus, PM Sheehan
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 152 (1-2), 173-187, 1999
Geochemical evidence for suppression of pelagic marine productivity at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary
JC Zachos, MA Arthur, WE Dean
Nature 337 (6202), 61-64, 1989
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