Robert Raiswell
Robert Raiswell
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The use of chromium reduction in the analysis of reduced inorganic sulfur in sediments and shales
DE Canfield, R Raiswell, JT Westrich, CM Reaves, RA Berner
Chemical geology 54 (1-2), 149-155, 1986
Burial of organic carbon and pyrite sulfur in sediments over Phanerozoic time: a new theory
RA Berner, R Raiswell
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 47 (5), 855-862, 1983
The reactivity of sedimentary iron minerals toward sulfide
DE Canfield, R Raiswell, SH Bottrell
American Journal of Science 292 (9), 659-683, 1992
C/S method for distinguishing freshwater from marine sedimentary rocks
RA Berner, R Raiswell
Geology 12 (6), 365-368, 1984
Sources of iron for pyrite formation in marine sediments
R Raiswell, DE Canfield
American Journal of Science 298 (3), 219-245, 1998
Degree of pyritization of iron as a paleoenvironmental indicator of bottom-water oxygenation
R Raiswell, F Buckley, RA Berner, TF Anderson
Journal of Sedimentary Research 58 (5), 812-819, 1988
Pyrite formation in euxinic and semi-euxinic sediments
R Raiswell, RA Berner
American Journal of Science 285 (8), 710-724, 1985
The iron biogeochemical cycle past and present
R Raiswell, DE Canfield
Geochemical perspectives 1 (1), 1-2, 2012
A revised scheme for the reactivity of iron (oxyhydr) oxide minerals towards dissolved sulfide
SW Poulton, MD Krom, R Raiswell
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 68 (18), 3703-3715, 2004
Could bacteria have formed the Precambrian banded iron formations?
KO Konhauser, T Hamade, R Raiswell, RC Morris, FG Ferris, G Southam, ...
Geology 30 (12), 1079-1082, 2002
The low-temperature geochemical cycle of iron: from continental fluxes to marine sediment deposition
SW Poulton, R Raiswell
American journal of science 302 (9), 774-805, 2002
The evolution of the sulfur cycle
DE Canfield, R Raiswell
American Journal of Science 299 (7-9), 697-723, 1999
A comparison of iron extraction methods for the determination of degree of pyritisation and the recognition of iron-limited pyrite formation
R Raiswell, DE Canfield, RA Berner
Chemical geology 111 (1-4), 101-110, 1994
Pyrite texture, isotopic composition and the availability of iron
R Raiswell
American Journal of Science 282 (8), 1244-1263, 1982
Mudrock-hosted carbonate concretions: a review of growth mechanisms and their influence on chemical and isotopic composition
R Raiswell, QJ Fisher
Journal of the Geological Society 157 (1), 239-251, 2000
Pyrite formation and fossil preservation
DE Canfield
Taphonomy: releasing the data locked in the fossil record, Topics in …, 1991
Pyrite and organic matter in Phanerozoic normal marine shales
R Raiswell, RA Berner
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 50 (9), 1967-1976, 1986
The growth of Cambrian and Liassic concretions
R Raiswell
Sedimentology 17 (3‐4), 147-171, 1971
Bioavailable iron in the Southern Ocean: the significance of the iceberg conveyor belt
R Raiswell, LG Benning, M Tranter, S Tulaczyk
Geochemical transactions 9 (1), 1-9, 2008
A conceptual model of solute acquisition by Alpine glacial meltwaters
M Tranter, G Brown, R Raiswell, M Sharp, A Gurnell
Journal of Glaciology 39 (133), 573-581, 1993
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