Robert A Creaser
Robert A Creaser
Professor and Canada Research Chair, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
TitleCited byYear
A-type granites revisited: assessment of a residual-source model
RA Creaser, RC Price, RJ Wormald
Geology 19 (2), 163-166, 1991
7351991
A whiff of oxygen before the great oxidation event?
AD Anbar, Y Duan, TW Lyons, GL Arnold, B Kendall, RA Creaser, ...
Science 317 (5846), 1903-1906, 2007
7322007
Negative thermal ion mass spectrometry of osmium, rhenium and iridium
RA Creaser, DA Papanastassiou, GJ Wasserburg
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 55 (1), 397-401, 1991
6791991
Cretaceous oceanic anoxic event 2 triggered by a massive magmatic episode
SC Turgeon, RA Creaser
Nature 454 (7202), 323, 2008
3232008
Macroscale NTIMS and microscale LA-MC-ICP-MS Re-Os isotopic analysis of molybdenite: Testing spatial restrictions for reliable Re-Os age determinations, and implications for …
D Selby, RA Creaser
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (19), 3897-3908, 2004
2822004
Re-Os geochronology and systematics in molybdenite from the Endako porphyry molybdenum deposit, British Columbia, Canada
D Selby, RA Creaser
Economic Geology 96 (1), 197-204, 2001
2622001
Osmium recycling in subduction zones
AD Brandon, RA Creaser, SB Shirey, RW Carlson
Science 272 (5263), 861-863, 1996
2551996
Isotopic evidence for geochemical decoupling between ancient epeiric seas and bordering oceans: implications for secular curves
C Holmden, RA Creaser, K Muehlenbachs, SA Leslie, SM Bergstrom
Geology 26 (6), 567-570, 1998
2511998
Re-Os geochronology of postglacial black shales in Australia: Constraints on the timing of “Sturtian” glaciation
B Kendall, RA Creaser, D Selby
Geology 34 (9), 729-732, 2006
2252006
The temporal evolution of North American kimberlites
LM Heaman, BA Kjarsgaard, RA Creaser
Lithos 76 (1-4), 377-397, 2004
2122004
Re–Os geochronology of organic rich sediments: an evaluation of organic matter analysis methods
D Selby, RA Creaser
Chemical Geology 200 (3-4), 225-240, 2003
1942003
Re–Os and Mo isotope systematics of black shales from the Middle Proterozoic Velkerri and Wollogorang formations, McArthur Basin, northern Australia
B Kendall, RA Creaser, GW Gordon, AD Anbar
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (9), 2534-2558, 2009
1832009
U–Pb zircon dating by laser ablation-MC-ICP-MS using a new multiple ion counting Faraday collector array
A Simonetti, LM Heaman, RP Hartlaub, RA Creaser, TG MacHattie, ...
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 20 (8), 677-686, 2005
1822005
Timing of iron oxide Cu-Au-(U) hydrothermal activity and Nd isotope constraints on metal sources in the Gawler craton, South Australia
RG Skirrow, EN Bastrakov, K Barovich, GL Fraser, RA Creaser, ...
Economic Geology 102 (8), 1441-1470, 2007
1722007
Absolute timing of sulfide and gold mineralization: A comparison of Re-Os molybdenite and Ar-Ar mica methods from the Tintina Gold Belt, Alaska
D Selby, RA Creaser, CJR Hart, CS Rombach, JFH Thompson, MT Smith, ...
Geology 30 (9), 791-794, 2002
1632002
The timing of kimberlite magmatism in North America: implications for global kimberlite genesis and diamond exploration
LM Heaman, BA Kjarsgaard, RA Creaser
Lithos 71 (2-4), 153-184, 2003
1572003
Constraints on the timing of Marinoan “Snowball Earth” glaciation by 187Re–187Os dating of a Neoproterozoic, post-glacial black shale in Western Canada
BS Kendall, RA Creaser, GM Ross, D Selby
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (3-4), 729-740, 2004
1562004
Direct radiometric dating of hydrocarbon deposits using rhenium-osmium isotopes
D Selby, RA Creaser
Science 308 (5726), 1293-1295, 2005
1412005
Macrocrystal phlogopite Rb–Sr dates for the Ekati property kimberlites, Slave Province, Canada: evidence for multiple intrusive episodes in the Paleocene and Eocene
RA Creaser, H Grütter, J Carlson, B Crawford
Lithos 76 (1-4), 399-414, 2004
1412004
Yardea Dacite—large-volume, high-temperature felsic volcanism from the Middle Proterozoic of South Australia
RA Creaser, AJR White
Geology 19 (1), 48-51, 1991
1401991
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