Paul F Dennis
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Combined carbon isotope and C/N ratios as indicators of source and fate of organic matter in a poorly flushed, tropical estuary: Hunts Bay, Kingston Harbour, Jamaica
JE Andrews, AM Greenaway, PF Dennis
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 46 (5), 743-756, 1998
A dual isotope approach to identify denitrification in groundwater at a river-bank infiltration site
T Fukada, KM Hiscock, PF Dennis, T Grischek
Water Research 37 (13), 3070-3078, 2003
The stable isotope record of environmental and climatic signals in modern terrestrial microbial carbonates from Europe
JE Andrews, R Riding, PF Dennis
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 129 (1-2), 171-189, 1997
Stable isotopic compositions of Recent freshwater cyanobacterial carbonates from the British Isles: local and regional environmental controls
JE Andrews, R Riding, PF Dennis
Sedimentology 40 (2), 303-314, 1993
Do stable isotope data from calcrete record Late Pleistocene monsoonal climate variation in the Thar Desert of India?
JE Andrews, AK Singhvi, AJ Kailath, R Kuhn, PF Dennis, SK Tandon, ...
Quaternary Research 50 (3), 240-251, 1998
Palaeoenvironmental records in Holocene Spanish tufas: a stable isotope approach in search of reliable climatic archives
JE Andrews, M Pedley, PF Dennis
Sedimentology 47 (5), 961-978, 2000
Factors affecting denitrification during infiltration of river water into a sand and gravel aquifer in Saxony, Germany
T Grischek, KM Hiscock, T Metschies, PF Dennis, W Nestler
Water Research 32 (2), 450-460, 1998
Climatic change recorded by stable isotopes and trace elements in a British Holocene tufa
ER Garnett, JE Andrews, RC Preece, PF Dennis
Journal of Quaternary Science 19 (3), 251-262, 2004
Possible microbial effects of stable carbon isotopes in hot-spring travertines
G Li, J Andrews, R Riding, P Dennis, Q Dresser
Journal of Sedimentary Research 66 (3), 468-473, 1996
A dual-isotope approach to the nitrogen hydrochemistry of an urban aquifer
T Fukada, KM Hiscock, PF Dennis
Applied Geochemistry 19 (5), 709-719, 2004
Comparisons of aerosol nitrogen isotopic composition at two polluted coastal sites
SG Yeatman, LJ Spokes, PF Dennis, TD Jickells
Atmospheric Environment 35 (7), 1307-1320, 2001
The recovery and isotopic measurement of water from fluid inclusions in speleothems
PF Dennis, PJ Rowe, TC Atkinson
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (6), 871-884, 2001
Palaeoenvironments of the dinosaur-bearing lameta beds (Maastrichtian), Narmada valley, central India
SK Tandon, A Sood, JE Andrews, PF Dennis
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 117 (3-4), 153-184, 1995
Oxygen self‐diffusion in quartz under hydrothermal conditions
PF Dennis
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 89 (B6), 4047-4057, 1984
Use of nitrogen isotopes to identify nitrogen contamination of the Sherwood Sandstone aquifer beneath the city of Nottingham, United Kingdom
CN Rivers, MH Barrett, KM Hiscock, PF Dennis, NA Feast, DN Lerner
Hydrogeology Journal 4 (1), 90-102, 1996
Transport and water masses of the Antarctic Slope Front system in the eastern Weddell Sea
KJ Heywood, RA Locarnini, RD Frew, PF Dennis, BA King
Ocean, ice, and atmosphere: interactions at the Antarctic Continental Margin …, 1985
The oxygen isotope composition of water masses in the northern North Atlantic
RD Frew, PF Dennis, KJ Heywood, MP Meredith, SM Boswell
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 47 (12), 2265-2286, 2000
Isotopic evidence for a marine ammonia source
TD Jickells, SD Kelly, AR Baker, K Biswas, PF Dennis, LJ Spokes, M Witt, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 30 (7), 2003
Ice core evidence for significant 100‐year regional warming on the Antarctic Peninsula
ER Thomas, PF Dennis, TJ Bracegirdle, C Franzke
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (20), 2009
An ion microprobe study of anhydrous oxygen diffusion in anorthite: a comparison with hydrothermal data and some geological implications
SC Elphick, CM Graham, PF Dennis
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 100 (4), 490-495, 1988
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