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Danny Rye
Danny Rye
Professor of Geology and Geophysics, Yale University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei yale.edu
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Contribution of metabolic carbon to mollusc and barnacle shell carbonate
N Tanaka, MC Monaghan, DM Rye
Nature 320 (6062), 520-523, 1986
2791986
A 200 year record of carbon‐13 and carbon‐14 variations in a Bermuda coral
Y Nozaki, DM Rye, KK Turekian, RE Dodge
Geophysical Research Letters 5 (10), 825-828, 1978
2281978
Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen isotope studies of the regional metamorphic complex at Naxos, Greece
RO Rye, RD Schuiling, DM Rye, JBH Jansen
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 40 (9), 1031-1049, 1976
2041976
Homestake gold mine, South Dakota; I, Stable isotope studies
DM Rye, RO Rye
Economic Geology 69 (3), 293-317, 1974
158*1974
Fluid flow and chemical reaction kinetics in metamorphic systems
AC Lasaga, DM Rye
American Journal of Science 293 (5), 361-404, 1993
1551993
Fluid flow in the crust; an example from a Pyrenean thrust ramp
DM Rye, HJ Bradbury
American Journal of Science 288 (3), 197-235, 1988
1391988
A hydrogen and oxygen isotope study of the San Cristobal Mine, Peru; implications of the role of water to rock ratio for the genesis of wolframite deposits
AR Campbell, D Rye, U Petersen
Economic Geology 79 (8), 1818-1832, 1984
1231984
Growth rate and habitat of Nautilus pompilius inferred from radioactive and stable isotope studies
JK Cochran, DM Rye, NH Landman
Paleobiology 7 (4), 469-480, 1981
1121981
Reconstructing paleotemperature and paleosalinity regimes with oxygen isotopes
DM Rye
Skeletal Growth of Aquatic Organisms: Biological Records of Environmental …, 1980
1101980
Studies of the base metal sulfide deposits at McArthur River, Northern Territory, Australia; III, The stable isotope geochemistry of the HYC, Ridge, and Cooley deposits
DM Rye, N Williams
Economic Geology 76 (1), 1-26, 1981
1041981
Sulfur isotopic compositions of ores from Mines Gaspe, Quebec: an example of sulfate-sulfide isotopic disequilibria in ore-forming fluids with applications to other porphyry …
KL Shelton, DM Rye
Economic Geology 77 (7), 1688-1709, 1982
1011982
Fracture-controlled fluid flow in the Lower Palaeozoic basement rocks of Ireland: implications for the genesis of Irish-type Zn-Pb deposits
CE Everett, JJ Wilkinson, DM Rye
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 155 (1), 247-276, 1999
981999
Long-term flow/chemistry feedback in a porous medium with heterogenous permeability; kinetic control of dissolution and precipitation
EW Bolton, AC Lasaga, DM Rye
American Journal of Science 299 (1), 1-68, 1999
961999
The lead and sulfur isotopic compositions of galena from a Mississippi Valley-type deposit in the New Lead Belt, southeast Missouri
DA Sverjensky, DM Rye, BR Doe
Economic Geology 74 (1), 149-153, 1979
811979
Stable isotopic systematics of the Bushveld Complex; I, Constraints of magmatic processes in layered intrusions
CM Schiffries, DM Rye
American Journal of Science 289 (7), 841-873, 1989
791989
Early life history of Nautilus: evidence from isotopic analyses of aquarium-reared specimens
NH Landman, JK Cochran, DM Rye, K Tanabe, JM Arnold
Paleobiology 20 (1), 40-51, 1994
781994
Oxygen isotope record of fluid infiltration and mass transfer during regional metamorphism of pelitic schist, Connecticut, USA
JLM van Haren, JJ Ague, DM Rye
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 60 (18), 3487-3504, 1996
771996
Use of stable sulfur isotope systematics for evaluating oxidation reaction pathways and in‐cloud‐scavenging of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere
N Tanaka, DM Rye, Y Xiao, AC Lasaga
Geophysical Research Letters 21 (14), 1519-1522, 1994
751994
Calculation of the Phanerozoic strontium isotope record of the oceans from a carbon cycle model
RA Berner, DM Rye
American Journal of Science 292 (2), 136-148, 1992
751992
Early ontogeny of Eutrephoceras compared to Recent Nautilus and Mesozoic ammonites: evidence from shell morphology and light stable isotopes
NH Landman, DM Rye, KL Shelton
Paleobiology 9 (3), 269-279, 1983
751983
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