Robley K. Matthews

1965 Geology Rice University, Houston, TX 
 1965-1999 Brown University, Providence, RI 
"Robley K Matthews"

(1935 - 2015)

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Edward G. Purdy grad student 1965 Rice University
 (Genesis of Recent lime mud in southern British Honduras.)


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Richard G. Fairbanks grad student 1977 Brown
William B Curry grad student 1980 Brown (Oceanography Tree)
Terrence M. Quinn grad student 1989 Brown
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Matthews RK, Frohlich CA. (1991) Orbital forcing of low‐frequency glacioeustasy Journal of Geophysical Research. 96: 6797-6803
Quinn TM, Matthews RK. (1990) Post-Miocene diagenetic and eustatic history of Enewetak Atoll: Model and data comparison Geology. 18: 942-945
Matthews RK. (1988) Sea level history. Science (New York, N.Y.). 241: 597-9
Prentice ML, Matthews RK. (1988) Cenozoic ice-volume history: Development of a composite oxygen isotope record Geology. 16: 963-966
Matthews RK, Frohlich CA. (1987) Forward modeling of bank-margin carbonate diagenesis Geology. 15: 673-676
Duplessy J, Shackleton NJ, Matthews RK, et al. (1984) 13C Record of benthic foraminifera in the last interglacial ocean: Implications for the carbon cycle and the global deep water circulation Quaternary Research. 21: 225-243
CLIMAP Project Members, Ruddiman WF, Cline RML, et al. (1984) The last interglacial ocean Quaternary Research. 21: 123-224
Major RP, Matthews RK. (1983) Isotopic composition of bank margin carbonates on Midway Atoll: Amplitude constraint on post-early Miocene eustasy Geology. 11: 335-338
Crowley TJ, Matthews RK. (1983) Isotope-plankton comparisons in a late Quaternary core with a stable temperature history Geology. 11: 275-278
Matthews RK, Poore RZ. (1981) Comment and Reply on ‘Tertiary δ18O record and glacio-eustatic sea-level fluctuations’ REPLY Geology. 9: 194-194
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