Martin Van Kranendonk
Martin Van Kranendonk
Professor of Geology, University of New South wales
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Questioning the evidence for Earth's oldest fossils
MD Brasier, OR Green, AP Jephcoat, AK Kleppe, MJ Van Kranendonk, ...
Nature 416 (6876), 76-81, 2002
Rapid emergence of life shown by discovery of 3,700-million-year-old microbial structures
AP Nutman, VC Bennett, CRL Friend, MJ Van Kranendonk, AR Chivas
Nature 537 (7621), 535-538, 2016
Self-assembled silica-carbonate structures and detection of ancient microfossils
JM García-Ruiz, ST Hyde, AM Carnerup, AG Christy, MJ Van Kranendonk, ...
science 302 (5648), 1194-1197, 2003
secular tectonic evolution of Archean continental crust: interplay between horizontal and vertical processes in the formation of the Pilbara Craton, Australia
MJ Van Kranendonk, R Hugh Smithies, AH Hickman, DC Champion
Terra Nova 19 (1), 1-38, 2007
Early Archaean microorganisms preferred elemental sulfur, not sulfate
P Philippot, M Van Zuilen, K Lepot, C Thomazo, J Farquhar, ...
science 317 (5844), 1534-1537, 2007
Geology and tectonic evolution of the archean North Pilbara terrain, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia
MJV Kranendonk, AH Hickman, RH Smithies, DR Nelson, G Pike
Economic Geology 97 (4), 695-732, 2002
Volcanic degassing, hydrothermal circulation and the flourishing of early life on Earth: A review of the evidence from c. 3490-3240 Ma rocks of the Pilbara Supergroup, Pilbara …
MJ Van Kranendonk
Earth-Science Reviews 74 (3-4), 197-240, 2006
A non-marine depositional setting for the northern Fortescue Group, Pilbara Craton, inferred from trace element geochemistry of stromatolitic carbonates
R Bolhar, MJ Van Kranendonk
Precambrian Research 155 (3-4), 229-250, 2007
Geological and trace element evidence for a marine sedimentary environment of deposition and biogenicity of 3.45 Ga stromatolitic carbonates in the Pilbara Craton, and support …
MJ Van Kranendonk, GE Webb, BS Kamber
Geobiology 1 (2), 91-108, 2003
Formation of Paleoarchean continental crust through infracrustal melting of enriched basalt
RH Smithies, DC Champion, MJ Van Kranendonk
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 281 (3-4), 298-306, 2009
Partial convective overturn of Archaean crust in the east Pilbara Craton, Western Australia: driving mechanisms and tectonic implications
WJ Collins, MJ Van Kranendonk, C Teyssier
Journal of Structural Geology 20 (9-10), 1405-1424, 1998
Critical tests of vertical vs. horizontal tectonic models for the Archaean East Pilbara granite–greenstone terrane, Pilbara craton, western Australia
MJ Van Kranendonk, WJ Collins, A Hickman, MJ Pawley
Precambrian Research 131 (3-4), 173-211, 2004
Earliest signs of life on land preserved in ca. 3.5 Ga hot spring deposits
T Djokic, MJ Van Kranendonk, KA Campbell, MR Walter, CR Ward
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
On the geologic time scale 2008
FM Gradstein, JG Ogg, M Van Kranendonk
Newsletters in Stratigraphy 43 (1), 5, 2008
Modern-style subduction processes in the Mesoarchaean: geochemical evidence from the 3.12 Ga Whundo intra-oceanic arc
RH Smithies, DC Champion, MJ Van Kranendonk, HM Howard, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 231 (3-4), 221-237, 2005
Paleoarchean development of a continental nucleus: the East Pilbara terrane of the Pilbara craton, Western Australia
MJ Van Kranendonk, RH Smithies, AH Hickman, DC Champion
Developments in Precambrian geology 15, 307-337, 2007
Geological setting of Earth's oldest fossils in the ca. 3.5 Ga Dresser formation, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia
MJ Van Kranendonk, P Philippot, K Lepot, S Bodorkos, F Pirajno
Precambrian Research 167 (1-2), 93-124, 2008
The Mesoarchean emergence of modern-style subduction
RH Smithies, MJ Van Kranendonk, DC Champion
Gondwana Research 11 (1-2), 50-68, 2007
Two types of Archean continental crust: Plume and plate tectonics on early Earth
MJ Van Kranendonk
American Journal of Science 310 (10), 1187-1209, 2010
It started with a plume–early Archaean basaltic proto-continental crust
RH Smithies, MJ Van Kranendonk, DC Champion
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 238 (3-4), 284-297, 2005
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