Clinton Scott

2016- United States Geological Survey 
"Clinton Scott"
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Kunzmann M, Bui TH, Crockford PW, et al. (2017) Bacterial sulfur disproportionation constrains timing of Neoproterozoic oxygenation Geology. 45: 207-210
Robbins LJ, Lalonde SV, Planavsky NJ, et al. (2016) Trace elements at the intersection of marine biological and geochemical evolution Earth-Science Reviews. 163: 323-348
Kunzmann M, Halverson GP, Scott C, et al. (2015) Geochemistry of Neoproterozoic black shales from Svalbard: Implications for oceanic redox conditions spanning Cryogenian glaciations Chemical Geology. 417: 383-393
Scott C, Wing BA, Bekker A, et al. (2014) Pyrite multiple-sulfur isotope evidence for rapid expansion and contraction of the early Paleoproterozoic seawater sulfate reservoir Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 389: 95-104
Robbins LJ, Lalonde SV, Saito MA, et al. (2013) Authigenic iron oxide proxies for marine zinc over geological time and implications for eukaryotic metallome evolution. Geobiology. 11: 295-306
Scott C, Planavsky NJ, Dupont CL, et al. (2013) Bioavailability of zinc in marine systems through time Nature Geoscience. 6: 125-128
Partin CA, Bekker A, Planavsky NJ, et al. (2013) Large-scale fluctuations in Precambrian atmospheric and oceanic oxygen levels from the record of U in shales Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 369: 284-293
Sahoo SK, Planavsky NJ, Kendall B, et al. (2012) Ocean oxygenation in the wake of the Marinoan glaciation. Nature. 489: 546-9
Li C, Love GD, Lyons TW, et al. (2012) Evidence for a redox stratified Cryogenian marine basin, Datangpo Formation, South China Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 331: 246-256
Scott C, Lyons TW. (2012) Contrasting molybdenum cycling and isotopic properties in euxinic versus non-euxinic sediments and sedimentary rocks: Refining the paleoproxies Chemical Geology. 324: 19-27
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