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A kinetic study of the dissolution of uraninite
DE Grandstaff
Economic Geology 71 (8), 1493-1506, 1976
The dissolution rate of forsteritic olivine from Hawaiian beach sand
DE Grandstaff
Rates of chemical weathering of rocks and minerals, 1986
Chemistry and mineralogy of precambrian paleosols at elliot lake, ontario, canada
AL Gay, DE Grandstaff
Precambrian Research 12 (1-4), 349-373, 1980
Chemistry and mineralogy of Precambrian paleosols at the base of the Dominion and Pongola Groups (Transvaal, South Africa)
DE Grandstaff, MJ Edelman, RW Foster, E Zbinden, MM Kimberley
Precambrian Research 32 (2-3), 97-131, 1986
Land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal: potential damage of subsidence and sea level rise in southern New Jersey, USA
H Sun, D Grandstaff, R Shagam
Environmental Geology 37, 290-296, 1999
Changes in surface area and morphology and the mechanism of forsterite dissolution
DE Grandstaff
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 42 (12), 1899-1901, 1978
Origin of uraniferous conglomerates at Elliot Lake, Canada and Witwatersrand, South Africa: implications for oxygen in the Precambrian atmosphere
DE Grandstaff
Precambrian Research 13 (1), 1-26, 1980
Heterogeneous rare earth element (REE) patterns and concentrations in a fossil bone: implications for the use of REE in vertebrate taphonomy and fossilization history
CA Suarez, GL Macpherson, LA González, DE Grandstaff
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (10), 2970-2988, 2010
Effect of paleosol formation on rare earth element signatures in fossil bone
CA Metzger, DO Terry Jr, DE Grandstaff
Geology 32 (6), 497-500, 2004
Progress on yttria-stabilized zirconia sensors for hydrothermal pH measurements
SN Lvov, XY Zhou, GC Ulmer, HL Barnes, DD Macdonald, SM Ulyanov, ...
Chemical Geology 198 (3-4), 141-162, 2003
Paleoenvironmental interpretations of rare earth element signatures in mosasaurs (reptilia) from the upper Cretaceous Pierre Shale, central South Dakota, USA
D Patrick, JE Martin, DC Parris, DE Grandstaff
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 212 (3-4), 277-294, 2004
An intrinsic oxygen fugacity study of platinum-carbon associations in layered intrusions
WC Elliott, DE Grandstaff, GC Ulmer, T Buntin, DP Gold
Economic Geology 77 (6), 1493-1510, 1982
Lithostratigraphy, tephrochronology, and rare earth element geochemistry of fossils at the classical Pleistocene Fossil Lake area, south central Oregon
JE Martin, D Patrick, AJ Kihm, FF Foit Jr, DE Grandstaff
The Journal of geology 113 (2), 139-155, 2005
REE signatures in vertebrate fossils from Sewell, NJ: implications for location of the KT boundary
RM Staron, BS Grandstaff, WB Gallagher, DE Grandstaff
Palaios 16 (3), 255-265, 2001
Rare earth element geochemistry and taphonomy of the Early Cretaceous Crystal Geyser Dinosaur Quarry, east-central Utah
CA Suarez, MB Suarez, DO Terry Jr, DE Grandstaff
Palaios 22 (5), 500-512, 2007
Profiles of elemental concentrations in Precambrian paleosols on basaltic and granitic parent materials
MM Kimberley, DE Grandstaff
Precambrian Research 32 (2-3), 133-154, 1986
A pilot study of geochemical and redox relationships between potholes and adjacent normal Merensky Reef of the Bushveld Complex
TJ Buntin, DE Grandstaff, GC Ulmer, DP Gold
Economic Geology 80 (4), 975-987, 1985
Rare earth element composition of Paleogene vertebrate fossils from Toadstool Geologic Park, Nebraska, USA
DE Grandstaff, DO Terry Jr
Applied Geochemistry 24 (4), 733-745, 2009
The redox stability of moissanite (SiC) compared with metal-metal oxide buffers at 1773 K and at pressures up to 90kbar
GC Ulmer, DE Grandstaff, E Woermann, M Göbbels, M Schönitz, ...
Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 172 (2-3), 279-307, 1998
The promise and problems of Precambrian paleosols
G Retallack, D Grandstaff, M Kimberley
Episodes Journal of International Geoscience 7 (2), 8-12, 1984
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