Matthew Hurtgen
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Neoproterozoic chemostratigraphy
GP Halverson, BP Wade, MT Hurtgen, KM Barovich
Precambrian Research 182 (4), 337-350, 2010
Methane-rich Proterozoic atmosphere?
AA Pavlov, MT Hurtgen, JF Kasting, MA Arthur
Geology 31 (1), 87-90, 2003
The sulfur isotopic composition of Neoproterozoic seawater sulfate: implications for a snowball Earth?
MT Hurtgen, MA Arthur, NS Suits, AJ Kaufman
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 203 (1), 413-429, 2002
Volcanic triggering of a biogeochemical cascade during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2
DD Adams, MT Hurtgen, BB Sageman
Nature geoscience 3 (3), 201-204, 2010
Cryogenian glaciation and the onset of carbon-isotope decoupling
NL Swanson-Hysell, CV Rose, CC Calmet, GP Halverson, MT Hurtgen, ...
Science 328 (5978), 608-611, 2010
Neoproterozoic sulfur isotopes, the evolution of microbial sulfur species, and the burial efficiency of sulfide as sedimentary pyrite
MT Hurtgen, MA Arthur, GP Halverson
Geology 33 (1), 41-44, 2005
Anomalous enrichments of iron monosulfide in euxinic marine sediments and the role of H 2 S in iron sulfide transformations; examples from Effingham Inlet, Orca Basin, and the …
MT Hurtgen, TW Lyons, ED Ingall, AM Cruse
American Journal of Science 299 (7-9), 556-588, 1999
Sulfur cycling in the aftermath of a 635-Ma snowball glaciation: Evidence for a syn-glacial sulfidic deep ocean
MT Hurtgen, GP Halverson, MA Arthur, PF Hoffman
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 245 (3-4), 551-570, 2006
Ediacaran growth of the marine sulfate reservoir
GP Halverson, MT Hurtgen
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 263 (1-2), 32-44, 2007
Sulfur isotope systematics of a euxinic, low-sulfate lake: Evaluating the importance of the reservoir effect in modern and ancient oceans
ML Gomes, MT Hurtgen
Geology 41 (6), 663-666, 2013
Evaluating the relationship between the carbon and sulfur cycles in the later Cambrian ocean: an example from the Port au Port Group, western Newfoundland, Canada
MT Hurtgen, SB Pruss, AH Knoll
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 281 (3-4), 288-297, 2009
Response of the Cr isotope proxy to Cretaceous Ocean Anoxic Event 2 in a pelagic carbonate succession from the Western Interior Seaway
C Holmden, AD Jacobson, BB Sageman, MT Hurtgen
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 186, 277-295, 2016
Sulfur isotope fractionation in modern euxinic systems: Implications for paleoenvironmental reconstructions of paired sulfate–sulfide isotope records
ML Gomes, MT Hurtgen
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 157, 39-55, 2015
Sediment carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in an anoxic fjord, Effingham Inlet, British Columbia
E Ingall, L Kolowith, T Lyons, M Hurtgen
American Journal of Science 305 (3), 240-258, 2005
Stratigraphy and geochemistry of a ca 800 Ma negative carbon isotope interval in northeastern Svalbard
GP Halverson, AC Maloof, DP Schrag, FÖ Dudás, M Hurtgen
Chemical Geology 237 (1-2), 5-27, 2007
Ca isotope stratigraphy across the Cenomanian–Turonian OAE 2: Links between volcanism, seawater geochemistry, and the carbonate fractionation factor
ADC Du Vivier, AD Jacobson, GO Lehn, D Selby, MT Hurtgen, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 416, 121-131, 2015
Neoproterozoic-Cambrian biogeochemical evolution
GP Halverson, MT Hurtgen, SM Porter, AS Collins
Developments in Precambrian geology 16, 351-365, 2009
Constraints on Neoproterozoic paleogeography and Paleozoic orogenesis from paleomagnetic records of the Bitter Springs Formation, Amadeus Basin, central Australia
NL Swanson-Hysell, AC Maloof, JL Kirschvink, DAD Evans, GP Halverson, ...
American Journal of Science 312 (8), 817-884, 2012
Sulfur isotope evidence for low and fluctuating sulfate levels in the Late Devonian ocean and the potential link with the mass extinction event
MS Sim, S Ono, MT Hurtgen
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 419, 52-62, 2015
The sulfur isotope composition of carbonate-associated sulfate in Mesoproterozoic to Neoproterozoic carbonates from Death Valley, California
MT Hurtgen, MA Arthur, AR Prave
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