Robert H. Goldstein
Robert H. Goldstein
Professor of Geology, University of Kansas
E-mail megerősítve itt: ku.edu
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Systematics of fluid inclusions in diagenetic minerals
RH Goldstein, TJ Reynolds
Fluid inclusions in sedimentary and diagenetic systems
RH Goldstein
Lithos 55 (1-4), 159-193, 2001
Petrographic analysis of fluid inclusions
RH Goldstein, I Samson, A Anderson, D Marshall
Fluid inclusions: Analysis and interpretation 32, 9-53, 2003
Fluid-inclusion technique for determining maximum temperature in calcite and its comparison to the vitrinite reflectance geothermometer
CE Barker, RH Goldstein
Geology 18 (10), 1003-1006, 1990
Surface chemistry allows for abiotic precipitation of dolomite at low temperature
JA Roberts, PA Kenward, DA Fowle, RH Goldstein, LA González, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (36), 14540-14545, 2013
Reequilibration of fluid inclusions in low-temperature calcium-carbonate cement
RH Goldstein
Geology 14 (9), 792-795, 1986
Precipitation of low‐temperature dolomite from an anaerobic microbial consortium: the role of methanogenic Archaea
PA Kenward, RH Goldstein, LA Gonzalez, JA Roberts
Geobiology 7 (5), 556-565, 2009
Permian paleoclimate data from fluid inclusions in halite
KC Benison, RH Goldstein
Chemical Geology 154 (1-4), 113-132, 1999
The magnesium isotope (δ26Mg) signature of dolomites
A Geske, RH Goldstein, V Mavromatis, DK Richter, D Buhl, T Kluge, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 149, 131-151, 2015
Sedimentology of ancient saline pans: an example from the Permian Opeche Shale, Williston Basin, North Dakota, USA
KC Benison, RH Goldstein
Journal of Sedimentary Research 70 (1), 159-169, 2000
Evaporites and siliciclastics of the Permian Nippewalla Group of Kansas, USA: a case for non‐marine deposition in saline lakes and saline pans
KC Benison, RH Goldstein
Sedimentology 48 (1), 165-188, 2001
Extremely acid Permian lakes and ground waters in North America
KC Benison, RH Goldstein, B Wopenka, RC Burruss, JD Pasteris
Nature 392 (6679), 911-914, 1998
U-Pb dates of paleosols: Constraints on late Paleozoic cycle durations and boundary ages
ET Rasbury, GN Hanson, WJ Meyers, WE Holt, RH Goldstein, AH Saller
Geology 26 (5), 403-406, 1998
Fluid inclusion microthermometry
RH Goldstein, TJ Reynolds
Special Publications of SEPM, 1994
Cement stratigraphy of Pennsylvanian Holder Formation, Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico
RH Goldstein
AAPG bulletin 72 (4), 425-438, 1988
Ordered low-temperature dolomite mediated by carboxyl-group density of microbial cell walls
PA Kenward, DA Fowle, RH Goldstein, M Ueshima, LA González, ...
AAPG bulletin 97 (11), 2113-2125, 2013
Pinning points: a method providing quantitative constraints on relative sea-level history
RH Goldstein, EK Franseen
Sedimentary Geology 95 (1-2), 1-10, 1995
Geostatistical three-dimensional modeling of oolite shoals, St. Louis Limestone, southwest Kansas
L Qi, TR Carr, RH Goldstein
AAPG bulletin 91 (1), 69-96, 2007
Diagenesis associated with cooling during burial: An example from Lower Cretaceous reservoir sandstones (Sirt Basin, Libya)
A Ceriani, A Di Giulio, RH Goldstein, C Rossi
AAPG bulletin 86 (9), 1573-1591, 2002
Quantitative controls on location and architecture of carbonate depositional sequences; upper Miocene, Cabo de Gata region, SE Spain
EK Franseen, RH Goldstein, MR Farr
Journal of Sedimentary Research 68 (2), 283-298, 1998
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