Robert Newton
Robert Newton
Professor of Earth Surface Geochemistry, University of Leeds, UK
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Pyrite framboid diameter as a measure of oxygen deficiency in ancient mudrocks
PB Wignall, R Newton
American Journal of Science 298 (7), 537-552, 1998
Reconstruction of changes in global sulfur cycling from marine sulfate isotopes
SH Bottrell, RJ Newton
Earth-Science Reviews 75 (1-4), 59-83, 2006
Volcanism, mass extinction, and carbon isotope fluctuations in the Middle Permian of China
PB Wignall, Y Sun, DPG Bond, G Izon, RJ Newton, S Védrine, ...
science 324 (5931), 1179-1182, 2009
The importance of the relationship between scale and process in understanding long-term DOC dynamics
JM Clark, SH Bottrell, CD Evans, DT Monteith, R Bartlett, R Rose, ...
Science of the total environment 408 (13), 2768-2775, 2010
Pyrite framboid evidence for oxygen-poor deposition during the Permian–Triassic crisis in Kashmir
PB Wignall, R Newton, ME Brookfield
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 216 (3-4), 183-188, 2005
The timing of paleoenvironmental change and cause-and-effect relationships during the Early Jurassic mass extinction in Europe
PB Wignall, RJ Newton, CTS Little
American Journal of Science 305 (10), 1014-1032, 2005
Large shifts in the isotopic composition of seawater sulphate across the Permo–Triassic boundary in northern Italy
RJ Newton, EL Pevitt, PB Wignall, SH Bottrell
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 218 (3-4), 331-345, 2004
The Permo-Triassic transition in Spitsbergen: δ13Corg chemostratigraphy, Fe and S geochemistry, facies, fauna and trace fossils
PB Wignall, R Morante, R Newton
Geological Magazine 135 (1), 47-62, 1998
The biogeography of red snow microbiomes and their role in melting arctic glaciers
S Lutz, AM Anesio, R Raiswell, A Edwards, RJ Newton, F Gill, LG Benning
Nature communications 7 (1), 11968, 2016
An 80 million year oceanic redox history from Permian to Jurassic pelagic sediments of the Mino-Tamba terrane, SW Japan, and the origin of four mass extinctions
PB Wignall, DPG Bond, K Kuwahara, Y Kakuwa, RJ Newton, SW Poulton
Global and Planetary Change 71 (1-2), 109-123, 2010
Discovery of a major negative δ13C spike in the Carnian (Late Triassic) linked to the eruption of Wrangellia flood basalts
J Dal Corso, P Mietto, RJ Newton, RD Pancost, N Preto, G Roghi, ...
Geology 40 (1), 79-82, 2012
Contrasting deep-water records from the Upper Permian and Lower Triassic of South Tibet and British Columbia: evidence for a diachronous mass extinction
PB Wignall, R Newton
Palaios 18 (2), 153-167, 2003
Extinction and dawn of the modern world in the Carnian (Late Triassic)
J Dal Corso, M Bernardi, Y Sun, H Song, LJ Seyfullah, N Preto, P Gianolla, ...
Science Advances 6 (38), eaba0099, 2020
An indicator of water-column anoxia: resolution of biofacies variations in the Kimmeridge Clay (Upper Jurassic, UK)
R Raiswell, R Newton, PB Wignall
Journal of Sedimentary Research 71 (2), 286-294, 2001
Turbidite depositional influences on the diagenesis of Beecher’s Trilobite Bed and the Hunsrück Slate; sites of soft tissue pyritization
R Raiswell, R Newton, SH Bottrell, PM Coburn, DEG Briggs, DPG Bond, ...
American Journal of Science 308 (2), 105-129, 2008
Processes affecting groundwater chemistry in a zone of saline intrusion into an urban sandstone aquifer
AP Barker, RJ Newton, SH Bottrell, JH Tellam
Applied Geochemistry 13 (6), 735-749, 1998
The mid-Capitanian (Middle Permian) mass extinction and carbon isotope record of South China
DPG Bond, PB Wignall, W Wang, G Izon, HS Jiang, XL Lai, YD Sun, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 292 (1-2), 282-294, 2010
Carbon isotope records reveal synchronicity between carbon cycle perturbation and the “Carnian Pluvial Event” in the Tethys realm (Late Triassic)
J Dal Corso, P Gianolla, RJ Newton, M Franceschi, G Roghi, M Caggiati, ...
Global and Planetary Change 127, 79-90, 2015
Tropical forest fragments contribute to species richness in adjacent oil palm plantations
JM Lucey, N Tawatao, MJM Senior, VK Chey, S Benedick, KC Hamer, ...
Biological conservation 169, 268-276, 2014
Black shales on the basin margin: a model based on examples from the Upper Jurassic of the Boulonnais, northern France
PB Wignall, R Newton
Sedimentary Geology 144 (3-4), 335-356, 2001
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