Petrography and diagenesis Articles
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Little, C.T.S., Birgel, D., Boyce, A.J., Crame, J.A., Francis, J.E., Kiel, S., Pirrie, D., Peckmann, J. & Witts, J.D. 2015. Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) shallow water hydrocarbon seeps from Snow Hill and Seymour Islands, James Ross Basin, Antarctica. Palaeogeography, Palaeoecology, Palaeogeography, 418, 213-228.
Marshall, J.D. & Pirrie, D. 2013. Carbonate concretions explained. Geology Today, 29, 53-62.
Power, M.R., Pirrie, D., Andersen, J.C.O. & Wheeler, P.D. 2000. Testing the validity of chrome-spinel chemistry as a provenance and petrogenetic indicator. Geology, 28, 1027-1030.
Pirrie, D., Beer, A.J. & Camm, G.S. 1999. Early diagenetic sulphide minerals in the Hayle Estuary, Cornwall. Geoscience in south west England, 9, 325-332.
Pirrie, D., Marshall, J.D. & Crame, J.A. 1998. Marine high Mg calcite cements in Teredolites-bored fossil wood; evidence for cool paleoclimates in the Eocene La Meseta Formation, Seymour Island, Antarctica. Palaios, 13, 276-286.
Browne, J.R. & Pirrie, D. 1995. Sediment dispersal patterns in a deep marine back-arc basin, James Ross Island, Antarctica; evidence from petrographic studies. In, Hartley, A.J. & Prosser, D.J. (eds), Characterisation of Deep marine clastic systems, Geological Society Special Publication, 94, 137-154.
Pirrie, D. 1994. Petrography and provenance of the Marambio Group, Vega Island, Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 6, 517-527.
Pirrie, D., Ditchfield, P. & Marshall, J.D. 1994. Burial diagenesis and pore fluid evolution in a back-arc basin; the Marambio Group, Vega Island, Antarctica. Journal of Sedimentary Research, A64, 541-552.
Pirrie, D. & Marshall, J.D. 1991. Field relationships and stable isotope geochemistry of concretions from James Ross Island, Antarctica. Sedimentary Geology, 71, 137-150.
Pirrie, D. 1991. Controls on the petrographic evolution of an active margin sedimentary sequence; the Larsen Basin, Antarctica. Special Publication of the Geological Society of London, 57, 231-249.
Pirrie, D. & Marshall, J.D. 1990. Diagenesis of Inoceramus and Late Cretaceous palaeoenvironmental geochemistry; a case study from James Ross Island, Antarctica. Palaios, 5, 336-345.
Macdonald, D.I.M., Barker, P.F., Garrett, S.W., Ineson, J.R., Pirrie, D., Storey, B.C., Whitham, A.G., Kinghorn, R.R.F. & Marshall, J.E.A. 1988. A preliminary assessment of the hydrocarbon potential of the Larsen Basin, Antarctica. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 5, 34-53.