Reinhard Hesse

Affiliations: 
McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
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Geology
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Hesse R. (2015) Ice-proximal labrador sea heinrich layers: A sedimentological approach Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 53: 71-100
Malhame P, Hesse R. (2015) Quartz arenites of the cambro–ordovician kamouraska formation, quebec appalachians, canada: Ii. eolian sands in deep-sea sedimentary gravity-flow deposits1 Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 52: 261-277
Schumann D, Hesse R, Kelly Sears S, et al. (2014) Expansion behavior of octadecylammonium-exchanged lowto high-charge reference smectite-group minerals as revealed by high-resolution transmission electron microscopy on ultrathin sections Clays and Clay Minerals. 62: 336-353
Hesse R, Fong C. (2014) Umbrella structure and channel-wall stoping in the Cambrian St. Roch Formation, Quebec Appalachians: Significance for particle support mechanisms and turbulence development in hyper-concentrated sediment gravity flows International Journal of Earth Sciences. 103: 509-518
Schumann D, Hartman H, Eberl DD, et al. (2013) The influence of oxalate-promoted growth of saponite and talc crystals on rectorite: Testing the intercalation-synthesis hypothesis of 2:1 layer silicates Clays and Clay Minerals. 61: 342-360
Schumann D, Hartman H, Eberl DD, et al. (2012) Formation of replicating saponite from a gel in the presence of oxalate: implications for the formation of clay minerals in carbonaceous chondrites and the origin of life. Astrobiology. 12: 549-61
Malhame P, Hesse R. (2011) Quartz arenites of the Cambro-Ordovician Kamouraska Formation, Quebec Appalachians, Canada: I. deep-water depositional processes in a continental-slope environment Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 48: 1209-1231
Hesse R, Schacht U. (2011) Early diagenesis of deep-sea sediments Developments in Sedimentology. 63: 557-713
Hesse R, Reading HG. (2009) Subaqueous Clastic Fissure Eruptions and other Examples of Sedimentary Transposition in the Lacustrine Horton Bluff Formation (Mississippian), Nova Scotia, Canada Modern and Ancient Lake Sediments. 241-257
Schumann D, Raub TD, Kopp RE, et al. (2008) Gigantism in unique biogenic magnetite at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 17648-53
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