Howard A. Armstrong, Ph.D.

Geosciences Durham University, Durham, England, United Kingdom 
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Imber J, Armstrong H, Clancy S, et al. (2014) Natural fractures in a United Kingdom shale reservoir analog, Cleveland Basin, northeast England Aapg Bulletin. 98: 2411-2437
Armstrong HA, Harper DAT. (2014) An earth system approach to understanding the end-Ordovician (Hirnantian) mass extinction Special Paper of the Geological Society of America. 505: 287-300
Challands TJ, Vandenbroucke TRA, Armstrong HA, et al. (2014) Chitinozoan biozonation in the upper Katian and Hirnantian of the Welsh Basin, UK Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 210: 1-21
Tanner PWG, Armstrong HA, Owen AW. (2013) Rare earth element and La-Th-Sc analysis of cherts from the Highland Border Complex, Scotland: Geochemical determination of the sedimentary environment in greenschist facies rocks Scottish Journal of Geology. 49: 15-31
Vandenbroucke TRA, Armstrong HA, Williams M, et al. (2013) Late Ordovician zooplankton maps and the climate of the Early Palaeozoic Icehouse Geological Society Memoir. 38: 399-405
Armstrong HA, Brasier MD. (2013) Microfossils: Second Edition Microfossils: Second Edition
Davies RJ, Thatcher KE, Armstrong H, et al. (2012) Tracking the relict bases of marine methane hydrates using their intersections with stratigraphic reflections Geology. 40: 1011-1014
Turner BR, Armstrong HA, Wilson CR, et al. (2012) High frequency eustatic sea-level changes during the Middle to early Late Ordovician of southern Jordan: Indirect evidence for a Darriwilian Ice Age in Gondwana Sedimentary Geology. 251: 34-48
Allen MB, Armstrong HA. (2012) Reconciling the Intertropical Convergence Zone, Himalayan/Tibetan tectonics, and the onset of the Asian monsoon system Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 44: 36-47
Armstrong HA, Allen MB. (2011) Shifts in the intertropical convergence zone, Himalayan exhumation, and late Cenozoic climate Geology. 39: 11-14
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