Heriot-Watt publications


Armstrong, A A, Wagner, T, Herringshaw, L G, Lunt, D J, Harland, M, Imber, J, Loptson, C, Farnsworth, A. 2016. Hadley circulation and precipitation changes controling black shale deposition in the Late Jurassic Boreal Seaway. Paleoceanography, 31, doi:10.1002/2015PA002911.

Bischoff, J, Sparkes, Robert B, Doğrul Selver, A, Spencer, R G M, Gustafsson, Ö, Semiletov, I P, Dudarev, O V, Wagner, D, Rivkina, E, van Dongen, B E, Talbot, H M. 2016. Source, transport and fate of soil organic matter inferred from microbial biomarker lipids on the East Siberian Arctic Shelf. Biogeosciences, Vol. 13, No. 17, 4899–4914, doi:10.5194/bg-13-4899-2016.

Coffinet, S, Huguet, A, Pedentchouk, N, Bergonzini, L, Omuombo, C, Williamson, D, Anquetil, C, Majule, A, Wagner, T. Derenne, S. Evaluation of branched GDGTs and leaf wax n-alkane δ2H as (paleo) environmental proxies in East Africa. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2016.11.020.

Cordes, E E, Jones, D O B, Schlacher, T A, Amon, D J, Bernadino, A F, Bett, B J, Brooke, S, Carney, R, DeLeo, D M, Dunlop, K M, Escobar-Briones, E G, Gates, A R, Génio, L, Gobin, J, Henry, L A, Herrera, S, Hoyt, S, Joye, S, Kark, S, Mestre, N C, Metaxas, A, Pfeifer, S, Sink, K, Sweetman, A K, Witte, U F. 2016. Environmental impacts of the deep-water oil and gas industry: a review to guide management strategies. Frontiers in Environmental Science 4: 58.

Goldberg, T, Poulton, S W, Wagner, T, Kolonic, S, Rehkämper, M. 2016. Molybdenum drawdown during Cretaceous Oceanic Anoxic Event 2. EPSL, 440, 81–91, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2016.02.006.

Levin, L A, Mengerink, K, Gjerde, K M, Rowden, A A, Van Dover, C L, Clark, M R, Ramirez-Llodra, E, Currie, B, Smith, C R, Sato, K N, Gallo, N, Sweetman, A K, Lily, H, Armstrong, C W, Brider, J. 2016. Defining “serious-harm” to the marine environment in the context of deep-seabed mining. Marine Policy 74: 245–259, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2016.09.032.

März, C, Wagner, T, Aqleh, S, Al-Alaween, M, van den Boorn, S, Podlaha, O G, Kolonic, S, Poulton, S W, Schnetger, B, Brumsack, H-J. 2016. Repeated enrichment of trace metals and organic carbon on an Eocene high energy shelf caused by anoxia and reworking. Geology, 44 (12), 1011–1014, doi:10.1130/G38412.1.

Meyer, K S, Young, C M, Sweetman, A K, Taylor, J, Bergmann, M, Soltwedel, T. Rocky islands in a sea of mud: Biotic and abiotic factors structuring deep-sea dropstone communities. 2016. Marine Ecology Progress Series 556: 45–57, doi:10.3354/meps11822.

Pereira, R, Schneider-Zapp, K, and Upstill-Goddard, R C. Surfactant control of gas transfer velocity along an offshore coastal transect: results from a laboratory gas exchange tank. Biogeosciences, 13, 3981–3989, doi:10.5194/bg-13-3981-2016, 2016.

Sweetman, A K, Chelsky, A, Pitt, K A, Andrade, H, van Oevelen, D, Renaud, P E. Jellyfish decomposition at the seafloor rapidly alter biogeochemical cycling and carbon flow through benthic food-webs. 2016. Limnology and Oceanography 61: 1449–1461, DOI: 10.1002/lno.10310.

Talbot, H M, Bischoff, J, Inglis, G N, Collinson, M E, Pancost, R D. 2016. Polyfunctionalised bio- and geohopanoids in the Eocene Cobham Lignite. Organic Geochemistry, Vol. 96, 77–92, dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2016.03.006.

Talbot, H M, Sidgwick, F R, Bischoff, J, Osborne, K A, Rush, D, Sherry, A, Spencer-Jones, C L. 2016. Analysis of non-derivatised bacteriohopanepolyols by ultrahigh-performance liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, Vol. 30, No. 19, 2087–2098, doi:10.1002/rcm.7696.

in press

Buckman, J O, Mahoney, C, März, C, Wagner, T, Blanco, V. 2016. Mudrock micro-fabric explored through charge contrast imaging. American Mineralogist

Leu, L, Georgiadis, A, Blunt, M, Busch, A, Bertier, P, Schweinar, K, Liebi, M, Menzel, A, Ott, H. 2016. Multi-scale description of shale pore systems by scanning SAXS and WAXS microscopy. Energy &, Fuels, dx.doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2016.00058.

The Lyell Centre's deep-sea benthic respirometer lander being recovered from a dive to 4200m water depth (Picture credit: A.K. Sweetman, HWU)