Michael Bickle
Michael Bickle
Professor Earth Sciences University of Cambridge
Verified email at esc.cam.ac.uk
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The volume and composition of melt generated by extension of the lithosphere
DAN Mckenzie, MJ Bickle
Journal of petrology 29 (3), 625-679, 1988
28481988
Tectonic and climatic controls on silicate weathering
AJ West, A Galy, M Bickle
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 235 (1-2), 211-228, 2005
5932005
Constraining the potential temperature of the Archaean mantle: a review of the evidence from komatiites
EG Nisbet, MJ Cheadle, NT Arndt, MJ Bickle
Lithos 30 (3-4), 291-307, 1993
3941993
The transport of heat and matter by fluids during metamorphism
MJ Bickle, D McKenzie
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 95 (3), 384-392, 1987
3621987
Heat loss from the Earth: a constraint on Archaean tectonics from the relation between geothermal gradients and the rate of plate production
MJ Bickle
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 40 (3), 301-315, 1978
3221978
Isotopic constraints on the structural relationships between the lesser Himalayan series and the high Himalayan crystalline series, Garhwal Himalaya
T Ahmad, N Harris, M Bickle, H Chapman, J Bunbury, C Prince
Geological Society of America Bulletin 112 (3), 467-477, 2000
3012000
Riverine evidence for a fractionated reservoir of Ca and Mg on the continents: implications for the oceanic Ca cycle
ET Tipper, A Galy, MJ Bickle
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 247 (3-4), 267-279, 2006
2602006
The magnesium isotope budget of the modern ocean: constraints from riverine magnesium isotope ratios
ET Tipper, A Galy, J Gaillardet, MJ Bickle, H Elderfield, EA Carder
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 250 (1-2), 241-253, 2006
2572006
Erosion and exhumation in the Himalaya from cosmogenic isotope inventories of river sediments
D Vance, M Bickle, S Ivy-Ochs, PW Kubik
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 206 (3-4), 273-288, 2003
2492003
Modelling carbon dioxide accumulation at Sleipner: Implications for underground carbon storage
M Bickle, A Chadwick, HE Huppert, M Hallworth, S Lyle
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 255 (1-2), 164-176, 2007
2382007
Archean greenstone belts are not oceanic crust
MJ Bickle, EG Nisbet, A Martin
The Journal of Geology 102 (2), 121-137, 1994
2371994
Implications of melting for stabilisation of the lithosphere and heat loss in the Archaean
MJ Bickle
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 80 (3-4), 314-324, 1986
2221986
Basaltic and peridotitic komatiites and stromatolites above a basal unconformity in the Belingwe greenstone belt, Rhodesia
MJ Bickle, A Martin, EG Nisbet
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 27 (2), 155-162, 1975
2141975
Advective-diffusive transport of isotopic fronts: an example from Naxos, Greece
MJ Bickle, J Baker
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 97 (1-2), 78-93, 1990
1881990
The short term climatic sensitivity of carbonate and silicate weathering fluxes: insight from seasonal variations in river chemistry
ET Tipper, MJ Bickle, A Galy, AJ West, C Pomiès, HJ Chapman
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (11), 2737-2754, 2006
1862006
Calcium and magnesium isotope systematics in rivers draining the Himalaya-Tibetan-Plateau region: Lithological or fractionation control?
ET Tipper, A Galy, MJ Bickle
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72 (4), 1057-1075, 2008
1772008
Geological carbon storage
MJ Bickle
Nature Geoscience 2 (12), 815-818, 2009
1742009
Constraints on the exhumation and erosion of the High Himalayan Slab, NW India, from foreland basin deposits
NM White, M Pringle, E Garzanti, M Bickle, Y Najman, H Chapman, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 195 (1-2), 29-44, 2002
1742002
The mafic and ultramafic lavas of the Belingwe greenstone belt, Rhodesia
EG NISBET, MJ Bickle, A Martin
Journal of Petrology 18 (4), 521-566, 1977
1681977
Strontium alteration in the Troodos ophiolite: implications for fluid fluxes and geochemical transport in mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal systems
MJ Bickle, DAH Teagle
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 113 (1-2), 219-237, 1992
1621992
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