Marjorie Chan
Marjorie Chan
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Diagenetic hematite and manganese oxides and fault-related fluid flow in Jurassic sandstones, southeastern Utah
MA Chan, WT Parry, JR Bowman
AAPG bulletin 84 (9), 1281-1310, 2000
2602000
Fluvial‐aeolian interactions: Part II, ancient systems
RP Langford, MA Chan
Sedimentology 36 (6), 1037-1051, 1989
2111989
A possible terrestrial analogue for haematite concretions on Mars
MA Chan, B Beitler, WT Parry, J Ormö, G Komatsu
Nature 429 (6993), 731-734, 2004
1852004
Comparisons between the diagenesis of dioctahedral and trioctahedral smectite, Brazilian offshore basins
HK Chang, FT Mackenzie, J Schoonmaker
Clays and Clay Minerals 34 (4), 407-423, 1986
1831986
Bleaching of Jurassic Navajo Sandstone on Colorado Plateau Laramide highs: evidence of exhumed hydrocarbon supergiants?
B Beitler, MA Chan, WT Parry
Geology 31 (12), 1041-1044, 2003
1652003
Quaternary loess-paleosol sequences as examples of climate-driven sedimentary extremes
DR Muhs, EA Bettis, MA Chan, AW Archer
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 53-74, 2003
1592003
Fingerprints of fluid flow: Chemical diagenetic history of the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone, southern Utah, USA
B Beitler, WT Parry, MA Chan
Journal of Sedimentary Research 75 (4), 547-561, 2005
1572005
New evidence for an extended occupation of the Provo shoreline and implications for regional climate change, Pleistocene Lake Bonneville, Utah, USA
HS Godsey, DR Currey, MA Chan
Quaternary Research 63 (2), 212-223, 2005
1252005
Giant submarine canyons: Is size any clue to their importance in the rock record?
WR Normark, PR Carlson, MA Chan, AW Archer
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 175-190, 2003
1242003
Late Proterozoic and Paleozoic tides, retreat of the Moon, and rotation of the Earth
CP Sonett, EP Kvale, A Zakharian, MA Chan, TM Demko
Science 273 (5271), 100-104, 1996
1221996
Facies architecture and sequence stratigraphy of fine-grained lacustrine deltas along the eastern margin of late Pleistocene Lake Bonneville, northern Utah and southern Idaho
DR Lemons, MA Chan
AAPG bulletin 83 (4), 635-665, 1999
1211999
Shelf and Deep-Sea Sedimentation in Eocene Forearc Basin, Western Oregon—Fan or Non-Fan?
MA Chan, RH Dott Jr
AAPG Bulletin 67 (11), 2100-2116, 1983
1191983
40Ar/39Ar age of the Kaiparowits Formation, southern Utah, and correlation of contemporaneous Campanian strata and vertebrate faunas along the margin of the Western Interior Basin
EM Roberts, AL Deino, MA Chan
Cretaceous Research 26 (2), 307-318, 2005
1112005
Synsedimentary deformation in the Jurassic of southeastern Utah—A case of impact shaking?
W Alvarez, E Staley, D O'Connor, MA Chan
Geology 26 (7), 579-582, 1998
1011998
Chemical bleaching indicates episodes of fluid flow in deformation bands in sandstone
WT Parry, MA Chan, B Beitler
AAPG bulletin 88 (2), 175-191, 2004
1002004
Lessons from large lake systems-thresholds, nonlinearity, and strange attractors
KM Bohacs, AR Carroll, JE Neal
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 75-90, 2003
972003
Remnant-ocean submarine fans: largest sedimentary systems on Earth
RV Ingersoll, WR Dickinson, SA Graham, MA Chan, AW Archer
Special Papers-Geological Society of America, 191-208, 2003
912003
Red rock and red planet diagenesis
MA Chan, BB Bowen, W Parry, J Ormö
GSA today 15, 4-10, 2005
842005
Flood surfaces and deflation surfaces within the Cutler Formation and Cedar Mesa Sandstone (Permian), southeastern Utah
R Langford, MA Chan
Geological Society of America Bulletin 100 (10), 1541-1549, 1988
821988
Models of iron oxide concretion formation: field, numerical, and laboratory comparisons
MA Chan, J Ormö, AJ Park, M Stich, V SOUZA‐EGIPSY, G Komatsu
Geofluids 7 (3), 356-368, 2007
732007
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