Simon Brassell
Simon Brassell
Professor of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Indiana University
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Organic geochemical indicators of palaeoenvironmental conditions of sedimentation
BM Didyk, BRT Simoneit, SC Brassell, G Eglinton
Nature 272, 216-222, 1978
Molecular stratigraphy: a new tool for climatic assessment
SC Brassell, G Eglinton, IT Marlowe, U Pflaumann, M Sarnthein
Nature 320, 129-133, 1986
Chemical fossils-the geological fate of steroids
AS Mackenzie, SC Brassell, G Eglinton, JR Maxwell
Science 217, 491-504, 1982
Applications of biomarkers for delineating marine paleoclimatic fluctuations during the Pleistocene
SC Brassell
Organic geochemistry: Principles and applications, 699-738, 1993
Tocopherols as likely precursors of pristane in ancient sediments and crude oils
H Goossens, JW De Leeuw, PA Schenck, SC Brassell
Nature 312 (5993), 440-442, 1984
Long chain (n-C37–C39) alkenones in the Prymnesiophyceae. Distribution of alkenones and other lipids and their taxonomic significance
IT Marlowe, JC Green, AC Neal, SC Brassell, G Eglinton, PA Course
British Phycological Journal 19 (3), 203-216, 1984
Organic geochemical characterisation of depositional palaeoenvironments of source rocks and oils in Brazilian marginal basins
MR Mello, N Telnaes, PC Gaglianone, MI Chicarelli, SC Brassell, ...
Organic geochemistry in petroleum exploration, 31-45, 1988
Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results. Vol. 198. Extreme Warmth in the Cretaceous and Paleogene: a Depth Transect on Shatsky Rise, Central Pacific …
TJ Bralower, I Premoli-Silva, MJ Malone, MA Arthur, K Averyt, PR Bown, ...
Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program. Scientific Results 198, 2006
Cretaceous sea-surface temperature evolution: Constraints from TEX86 and planktonic foraminiferal oxygen isotopes
CL O'Brien, SA Robinson, RD Pancost, JSS Damsté, S Schouten, DJ Lunt, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 172, 224-247, 2017
Geochemical and biological marker assessment of depositional environments using Brazilian offshore oils
MR Mello, PC Gaglianone, SC Brassell, JR Maxwell
Marine and petroleum Geology 5 (3), 205-223, 1988
Initial reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, vol. 75. Walvis Bay, South Africa to Recife, Brazil
WW Hay, JC Sibuet, EJ Barron, RE Boyce, SC Brassell, WE Dean, ...
Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. US Government Printing …, 1984
Leg 198 summary
TJ Bralower, I Premoli-Silva, MJ Malone, MA Arthur, K Averyt, PR Bown, ...
Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program. Initial Results 198, 1-148, 2002
Dinoflagellate origin for sedimentary 4α-methylsteroids and 5α(H)-stanols
N Robinson, G Eglinton, SC Brassell, PA Cranwell
Nature 308 (5958), 439-442, 1984
Long chain unsaturated ketones and esters in living algae and marine sediments
IT Marlowe, SC Brassell, G Eglinton, JC Green
Organic Geochemistry 6, 135-141, 1984
Specific acyclic isoprenoids as biological markers of methanogenic bacteria in marine sediments
SC Brassell, AMK Wardroper, ID Thomson, JR Maxwell, G Eglinton
Nature 290, 693, 1981
Peculiarities of salt lake sediments as potential source rocks in China
F Jiamo, S Guoying, P Pingan, SC Brassell, G Eglinton, J Jigang
Organic Geochemistry 10 (1-3), 119-126, 1986
Long-chain alkenones and alkyl alkenoates and the fossil coccolith record of marine sediments
IT Marlowe, SC Brassell, G Eglinton, JC Green
Chemical Geology 88 (3-4), 349-375, 1990
Natural background of alkanes in the aquatic environment
SC Brassell, G Eglinton, JR Maxwell, RP Philp
Aquatic pollutants: Transformation and biological effects, 69-86, 1978
Mid-chain branched mono-and dimethyl alkanes in hot spring cyanobacterial mats: a direct biogenic source for branched alkanes in ancient sediments?
J Shiea, SC Brassell, DM Ward
Organic Geochemistry 15 (3), 223-231, 1990
Lipid biochemical markers and the composition of microbial mats.
DM Ward, J Shiea, YB Zeng, G Dobson, S Brassell, G Eglinton
Microbial mats: physiological ecology of benthic microbial communities (eds …, 1989
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