William Fyfe, Ph.D.

Earth Sciences University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
"William Fyfe"

(1927 - 2013)

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Léveillé RJ, Longstaffe FJ, Fyfe WS. (2007) An isotopic and geochemical study of carbonate-clay mineralization in basaltic caves: Abiotic versus microbial processes Geobiology. 5: 235-249
Han J, Chen H, Fyfe WS, et al. (2007) Spatial and temporal patterns of grain size and chemical weathering of the Chinese Red Clay Formation and implications for East Asian monsoon evolution Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta. 71: 3990-4004
Fyfe WS, Leonardos OH, Theodoro SH. (2006) Sustainable farming with native rocks: the transition without revolution. Anais Da Academia Brasileira De CiêNcias. 78: 715-20
Fyfe WS. (2006) Towards a truly sustainable future and a high quality of life for all people on our planet: The role of the Earth Sciences Wit Transactions On Ecology and the Environment. 89: 1-4
Fyfe WS. (2005) Some thoughts after 32nd IGC, Florence 2004 [1] Episodes. 28: 136
Monteiro RN, Fyfe WS, Chemale F. (2004) The impact of the linkage between grade distribution and petrofabric on the understanding of structurally controlled mineral deposits: Ouro Fino Gold Mine, Brazil Journal of Structural Geology. 26: 1195-1214
Fyfe WS. (2004) Geoscience education: The foundation of truly sustainable development and a high quality of life for all people Geo-Environment: Monitoring and Remedation of the Geological Environment. 3-12
Jia Y, Kerrich R, Gupta AK, et al. (2003) 15N-enriched Gondwana lamproites, eastern India: Crustal N in the mantle source Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 215: 43-56
Léveillé RJ, Longstaffe FJ, Fyfe WS. (2002) Kerolite in carbonate-rich speleothems and microbial deposits from basaltic caves, Kauai, Hawaii Clays and Clay Minerals. 50: 514-524
Han J, Fyfe WS, Gu Z. (2002) Assessment of the palaeoclimate during 3.0-2.6 Ma registered by transition of Red Clay to loess-palaeosol sequence in central North China Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 185: 355-368
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