Andrew Smye
Andrew Smye
Assistant Professor of Geosciences, Penn State
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Garnet–chloritoid–kyanite assemblages: eclogite facies indicators of subduction constraints in orogenic belts
AJ Smye, LV Greenwood, TJB Holland
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 28 (7), 753-768, 2010
662010
Rutile U–Pb age depth profiling: A continuous record of lithospheric thermal evolution
AJ Smye, DF Stockli
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 408, 171-182, 2014
602014
Plio-Pleistocene exhumation of the eastern Himalayan syntaxis and its domal ‘pop-up’
L Bracciali, RR Parrish, Y Najman, A Smye, A Carter, JR Wijbrans
Earth-Science Reviews 160, 350-385, 2016
482016
Carbon cycling and habitability of Earth-sized stagnant lid planets
BJ Foley, AJ Smye
Astrobiology 18 (7), 873-896, 2018
452018
The divergent fates of primitive hydrospheric water on Earth and Mars
J Wade, B Dyck, RM Palin, JDP Moore, AJ Smye
Nature 552 (7685), 391-394, 2017
432017
Using white mica 40Ar/39Ar data as a tracer for fluid flow and permeability under high‐P conditions: Tauern Window, Eastern Alps
CJ Warren, AJ Smye, SP Kelley, SC Sherlock
Journal of Metamorphic Geology 30 (1), 63-80, 2012
372012
Laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS) U–Pb carbonate geochronology: strategies, progress, and limitations
NMW Roberts, K Drost, MSA Horstwood, DJ Condon, D Chew, H Drake, ...
Geochronology 2 (1), 33-61, 2020
342020
Rapid formation and exhumation of the youngest Alpine eclogites: a thermal conundrum to Barrovian metamorphism
AJ Smye, MJ Bickle, TJB Holland, RR Parrish, DJ Condon
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 306 (3-4), 193-204, 2011
342011
Applications and limitations of U-Pb thermochronology to middle and lower crustal thermal histories
AJ Smye, JH Marsh, P Vermeesch, JM Garber, DF Stockli
Chemical Geology 494, 1-18, 2018
292018
The signature of devolatisation: extraneous 40Ar systematics in high-pressure metamorphic rocks
AJ Smye, CJ Warren, MJ Bickle
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 113, 94-112, 2013
292013
Characterising the U–Th–Pb systematics of allanite by ID and LA-ICPMS: Implications for geochronology
AJ Smye, NMW Roberts, DJ Condon, MSA Horstwood, RR Parrish
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 135, 1-28, 2014
262014
Noble gases recycled into the mantle through cold subduction zones
AJ Smye, CRM Jackson, M Konrad-Schmolke, MA Hesse, SW Parman, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 471, 65-73, 2017
232017
Tracing the thermal evolution of the Corsican lower crust during Tethyan rifting
NM Seymour, DF Stockli, M Beltrando, AJ Smye
Tectonics 35 (10), 2439-2466, 2016
202016
Continental growth histories revealed by detrital zircon trace elements: A case study from India
NR McKenzie, AJ Smye, VS Hegde, DF Stockli
Geology 46 (3), 275-278, 2018
172018
U-Pb systematics and trace element characteristics in titanite from a high-pressure mafic granulite
JH Marsh, AJ Smye
Chemical Geology 466, 403-416, 2017
172017
Compressional origin of the Naxos metamorphic core complex, Greece: Structure, petrography, and thermobarometry
TN Lamont, MP Searle, DJ Waters, NMW Roberts, RM Palin, A Smye, ...
GSA Bulletin 132 (1-2), 149-197, 2020
152020
Episodic heating of continental lower crust during extension: A thermal modeling investigation of the Ivrea-Verbano Zone
AJ Smye, LL Lavier, T Zack, DF Stockli
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 521, 158-168, 2019
102019
Noble gas diffusivity hindered by low energy sites in amphibole
CRM Jackson, DL Shuster, SW Parman, AJ Smye
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 172, 65-75, 2016
92016
Noble gases preserve history of retentive continental crust in the Bravo Dome natural CO2 field, New Mexico
KJ Sathaye, AJ Smye, JS Jordan, MA Hesse
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 443, 32-40, 2016
62016
Kinetic models for healing of the subduction interface based on observations of ancient accretionary complexes
DM Fisher, AJ Smye, C Marone, PE van Keken, A Yamaguchi
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 20 (7), 3431-3449, 2019
52019
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