Dr. John Lindsay

Dr. John Lindsay
Visiting Scientist
E-mail: lindsay@lpi.usra.edu

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Lindsay, J.F., 1999, The Heavitree Quartzite, a Neoproterozoic (c. 800–760 Ma), high-energy, tidally-influenced, ramp association, Amadeus Basin, Central Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Science 46, 127–149. Reprint

Brasier, M.D. and Lindsay, J.F., 2000, Did supercontinent amalgamation trigger the 'Cambrian explosion'? In, Riding, R. and Zhuravlev, A. Yu (eds), Ecology of the Cambrian Radiation, Columbia University Press, New York, Chapter 4, 69–89. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F. and Brasier, M.D., 2000, A carbon isotope reference curve for c.1700 to 1575 Ma, McArthur and Mount Isa Basins, northern Australia. Precambrian Research, 99, 271–308. Reprint

Haddad, D., Watts, A.B. and Lindsay, J.F., 2001, Evolution of the intracratonic Officer Basin, central Australia: implications from subsidence analysis and gravity modelling. Basin Research, 13, 217–238. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F., 2001, Basin dynamics and mineralisation, McArthur Basin, Northern Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 48, 703–720.

Brasier, M.D., Green, O.R., Jephcoat, A.P., Kleppe, A.K., Van Kranendonk, M.J., Lindsay, J.F., Steele, A. and Grassineau, N.V., 2002, Questioning the evidence for earth's oldest fossils. Nature, 416, 76–81. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F. and Brasier, M.D., 2002, Did global tectonics drive early biosphere evolution? Carbon isotope record from 2.6 to 1.9 Ga carbonates of Western Australian basins. Precambrian Research, 114, 1–34. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F. and Brasier, M.D., 2002, A comment on tectonics and the future of terrestrial life –– reply. Precambrian Research, 118, 293–295. Reprint

Eriksson, P.G., Condie, K.C., van der Westhuizen, W., van der Merwe, R., de Bruiyn, H., Nelson, D.R., Altermann, W., Catuneanu, O., Brumby, J., Lindsay, J.F. and Cunningham, M.J., 2002, Late Archean superplume events: a Kaapvaal-Pilbara perspective. Journal of Geodynamics, 34, 207–247.

Lindsay, J.F., 2002, Supersequences, superbasins, supercontinents - evidence from the Neoproterozoic basins of central Australia. Basin Research, 14, 204–223. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F., McKay, D.S. and Allen, C.C., 2003, Earth's earliest biosphere — A proposal to develop a collection of curated Archean geologic reference materials. Astrobiology, 3, 739–758. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F. and Brasier, M.D., 2003, The evolution of the Precambrian atmosphere: isotopic evidence from the Australian continent. In: Eriksson, P.G., Altmann, W., Nelson, D.R., Mueller, W.U. and Catuneau, O., (eds.), The Precambrian Earth: Tempos and Events, Elsevier, Chapter 5.3, 388–403. Reprint

Brasier, M.D., Green, O.R., Lindsay, J.F. and Steele, A., 2004. Earth's oldest (~3.5 Ga) fossils and the ‘Early Eden hypothesis': questioning the evidence. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere 34, 257–269. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F., Brasier, M.D., McLoughlin, N., Green, O.R., Fogel, M. Steele, A. and S. A. Mertzman, S.A., 2005, The problem of deep carbon — An Archean paradox. Precambrian Research, 143, 1–22. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F., Kruse, P.D. Green, O.R., Hawkins, E., Brasier, M.D., Cartlidge, J. and Corfield, R.M. 2005, The Neoproterozoic-Cambrian Record in Australia: a stable isotope study. Precambrian Research, 142, 113–133. Reprint

Brasier, M.D., Green, O.R., Lindsay, J.F., McLoughlin, N., Steele, A. and Stoakes, C., 2005, Critical testing of Earth¹s oldest putative fossil assemblage from the ~3.5 Ga Apex chert, Chinaman Creek, Western Australia.
Precambrian Research, 140, 55–102. Reprint

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December 28, 2005