Hugh C Jenkyns
Hugh C Jenkyns
Professor of Stratigraphy, University of Oxford
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Cretaceous oceanic anoxic events: causes and consequences
SO Schlanger, H Jenkyns
Geologie en mijnbouw 55 (3-4), 1976
Geochemistry of oceanic anoxic events
HC Jenkyns
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 11 (3), 2010
Cretaceous anoxic events: from continents to oceans
HC Jenkyns
Journal of the Geological Society 137 (2), 171-188, 1980
Massive dissociation of gas hydrate during a Jurassic oceanic anoxic event
SP Hesselbo, DR Gr÷cke, HC Jenkyns, CJ Bjerrum, P Farrimond, ...
Nature 406 (6794), 392-395, 2000
The early Toarcian (Jurassic) anoxic event; stratigraphic, sedimentary and geochemical evidence
HC Jenkyns
American Journal of Science 288 (2), 101-151, 1988
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
Carbon-and oxygen-isotope stratigraphy of the English Chalk and Italian Scaglia and its palaeoclimatic significance
HC Jenkyns, AS Gale, RM Corfield
Geological Magazine 131 (1), 1-34, 1994
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
Alpine, Mediterranean, and Central Atlantic Mesozoic facies in relation to the early evolution of the Tethys
D Bernoulli, HC Jenkyns
Stratigraphy, geochemistry, and paleoceanography of organic carbon-rich Cretaceous sequences
Cretaceous resources, events, and rhythms: background and plans for researchá…, 1990
Chemostratigraphy of the Jurassic System: applications, limitations and implications for palaeoceanography
HC Jenkyns, CE Jones, DR GrÖcke, SP Hesselbo, DN Parkinson
Journal of the Geological Society 159 (4), 351-378, 2002
Seawater strontium isotopes, oceanic anoxic events, and seafloor hydrothermal activity in the Jurassic and Cretaceous
CE Jones, HC Jenkyns
American Journal of Science 301 (2), 112-149, 2001
Secular variation in Late Cretaceous carbon isotopes: a new δ13C carbonate reference curve for the Cenomanian–Campanian (99.6–70.6 Ma)
IAN Jarvis, AS Gale, HC Jenkyns, MA Pearce
Geological Magazine 143 (5), 561-608, 2006
Carbon-isotope record of the Early Jurassic (Toarcian) Oceanic Anoxic Event from fossil wood and marine carbonate (Lusitanian Basin, Portugal)
SP Hesselbo, HC Jenkyns, LV Duarte, LCV Oliveira
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 253 (3-4), 455-470, 2007
Evidence for rapid climate change in the Mesozoic–Palaeogene greenhouse world
HC Jenkyns
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series Aá…, 2003
Carbon-isotope stratigraphy recorded by the Cenomanian–Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event: correlation and implications based on three key localities
H Tsikos, HC Jenkyns, B Walsworth-Bell, MR Petrizzo, A Forster, ...
Journal of the Geological Society 161 (4), 711-719, 2004
New oxygen isotope evidence for long-term Cretaceous climatic change in the Southern Hemisphere
LJ Clarke, HC Jenkyns
Geology 27 (8), 699-702, 1999
Cretaceous sea-surface temperature evolution: Constraints from TEX86 and planktonic foraminiferal oxygen isotopes
CL O'Brien, SA Robinson, RD Pancost, JSS DamstÚ, S Schouten, DJ Lunt, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 172, 224-247, 2017
Black shales and carbon isotopes in pelagic sediments from the Tethyan Lower Jurassic
HC Jenkyns, CJ Clayton
Sedimentology 33 (1), 87-106, 1986
Strontium isotopic variations in Jurassic and Cretaceous seawater
CE Jones, HC Jenkyns, AL Coe, HP Stephen
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 58 (14), 3061-3074, 1994
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