Gerald Dickens
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An early Cenozoic perspective on greenhouse warming and carbon-cycle dynamics
JC Zachos, GR Dickens, RE Zeebe
nature 451 (7176), 279-283, 2008
Dissociation of oceanic methane hydrate as a cause of the carbon isotope excursion at the end of the Paleocene
GR Dickens, JR O'Neil, DK Rea, RM Owen
Paleoceanography 10 (6), 965-971, 1995
A blast of gas in the latest Paleocene: Simulating first-order effects of massive dissociation of oceanic methane hydrate
GR Dickens, MM Castillo, JCG Walker
Geology 25 (3), 259-262, 1997
Distributions of microbial activities in deep subseafloor sediments
S D'Hondt, BB Jřrgensen, DJ Miller, A Batzke, R Blake, BA Cragg, ...
Science 306 (5705), 2216-2221, 2004
Subtropical Arctic Ocean temperatures during the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum
A Sluijs, S Schouten, M Pagani, M Woltering, H Brinkhuis, JSS Damsté, ...
Nature 441 (7093), 610-613, 2006
The cenozoic palaeoenvironment of the arctic ocean
K Moran, J Backman, H Brinkhuis, SC Clemens, T Cronin, GR Dickens, ...
Nature 441 (7093), 601-605, 2006
Rethinking the global carbon cycle with a large, dynamic and microbially mediated gas hydrate capacitor
GR Dickens
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 213 (3-4), 169-183, 2003
Direct measurement of in situ methane quantities in a large gas-hydrate reservoir
GR Dickens, CK Paull, P Wallace
Nature 385 (6615), 426-428, 1997
The source and fate of massive carbon input during the latest Paleocene thermal maximum
ME Katz, DK Pak, GR Dickens, KG Miller
Science 286 (5444), 1531-1533, 1999
Methane hydrate stability in seawater
GR Dickens, MS Quinby‐Hunt
Geophysical Research Letters 21 (19), 2115-2118, 1994
Arctic hydrology during global warming at the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum
M Pagani, N Pedentchouk, M Huber, A Sluijs, S Schouten, H Brinkhuis, ...
Nature 442 (7103), 671-675, 2006
Carbon dioxide forcing alone insufficient to explain Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum warming
RE Zeebe, JC Zachos, GR Dickens
Nature Geoscience 2 (8), 576-580, 2009
Three-dimensional distribution of gas hydrate beneath southern Hydrate Ridge: constraints from ODP Leg 204
AM Tréhu, PE Long, ME Torres, G Bohrmann, FR Rack, TS Collett, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (3-4), 845-862, 2004
Episodic fresh surface waters in the Eocene Arctic Ocean
H Brinkhuis, S Schouten, ME Collinson, A Sluijs, JSS Damsté, ...
Nature 441 (7093), 606-609, 2006
Environmental precursors to rapid light carbon injection at the Palaeocene/Eocene boundary
A Sluijs, H Brinkhuis, S Schouten, SM Bohaty, CM John, JC Zachos, ...
Nature 450 (7173), 1218-1221, 2007
Sulfate profiles and barium fronts in sediment on the Blake Ridge: present and past methane fluxes through a large gas hydrate reservoir
GR Dickens
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (4), 529-543, 2001
Multiple early Eocene hyperthermals: Their sedimentary expression on the New Zealand continental margin and in the deep sea
MJ Nicolo, GR Dickens, CJ Hollis, JC Zachos
Geology 35 (8), 699-702, 2007
Co-existence of gas hydrate, free gas, and brine within the regional gas hydrate stability zone at Hydrate Ridge (Oregon margin): evidence from prolonged degassing of a …
AV Milkov, GR Dickens, GE Claypool, YJ Lee, WS Borowski, ME Torres, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (3-4), 829-843, 2004
Thermodynamic and pore water halogen constraints on gas hydrate distribution at ODP Site 997 (Blake Ridge)
PK Egeberg, GR Dickens
Chemical Geology 153 (1-4), 53-79, 1999
Down the Rabbit Hole: toward appropriate discussion of methane release from gas hydrate systems during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum and other past hyperthermal events.
GR Dickens
Climate of the Past 7 (3), 2011
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