Selected publications on mudstones and related systems

Hart, B., Macquaker, JHS., and Taylor, K.G. (2013, in press).  Mudstone (“shale”) depositional and diagenetic processes: implications for seismic analysis of source-rock reservoirs. Interpretation, v. 1.  

Machent, P.G., Taylor, K.G., Macquaker, J.H.S. and Marshall, J.D. (2012) Distribution and petrography of concretionary carbonate in a falling-stage delta-front sandstone succession: Upper Cretaceous Panther Tongue Member, Book Cliffs, Utah. In: Morad et al. (eds) Linking Diagenesis to Sequence Stratigraphy of Sandstone Rocks, IAS Special Publication.

Wogelius, R.A. Manning, P. L., Barden, H. E., Edwards, N. P., Webb, S. M., Sellers, W. I., Taylor, K. G., Larson, P. L., Dodson, P., You, H., Da-qing, L., and Bergmann, U. (2011) Trace Metals as Biomarkers for Eumelanin Pigment in the Fossil Record. Science, 1205748, Published online 30 June 2011

Taylor, K.G. and Macquaker, JHS (2011). Iron in marine sediments: minerals as records of chemical environments. Elements, 7, 83-88.

Taylor, K.G. and Konhauser, K.O. (2011). Iron in Earth surface systems: a major player in chemical and biological processes. Elements, 7, 83-88.

Taylor, K.G. and Machent, P.G. (2010). Systematic sequence-scale controls on carbonate cementation in a siliciclastic sedimentary basin: examples from Upper Cretaceous shallow marine deposits of Utah and Colorado, USA. Marine and Petroleum Geology, 27, 1297-1310.

Manning PL, Morris PM, McMahon A, Jones E, Gize A, Macquaker JHS, Wolff G, Thompson A, Marshall J, Taylor K.G., Lyson T, Gaskell S, Reamtong O, Sellers WI, van Dongen BE, Buckley M, Wogelius RA (2009) Mineralized soft-tissue structure and chemistry in a mummified hadrosaur from the Hell Creek Formation, North Dakota (USA) Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 276, 3429-3437.

Taylor, K.G., Perry, C.T., Greenaway, A.M. and Machent, P.G. (2007) Bacterial iron oxide reduction in a terrigenous-sediment impacted tropical shallow marine carbonate system, north Jamaica. Marine Chemistry, 107, 449-463.

Macquaker, J.H.S., Taylor, K.G. and Gawthorpe, R.L. (2007) Spatial Expression of Architectural Elements and Packages in a Large-Scale Outcropping Siliciclastic Mudstone Succession: The Mancos Shale, Book Cliffs, Utah. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 77, 324-339.

Machent, P.G., Taylor, K.G., Macquaker, J.H.S. and Marshall, J.D. (2007) Patterns of carbonate cementation in a distal shoreface succession: Kenilworth Member, Book Cliffs, Utah. Sedimentary Geology, 198, 125-145

Perry C.T. and Taylor K.G. (2006) Inhibition of dissolution within shallow water carbonate sediments: impacts of terrigenous sediment input on syn-depositional carbonate diagenesis. Sedimentology, 53: 495-513.

Perry, C.T., Taylor K.G. and Machent P. (2006) Temporal shifts in reef lagoon sediment composition, Discovery Bay, Jamaica. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 67: 133-144.

Taylor, K.G., Simo, A, Yocum, D. &Leckie, D. (2002) Stratigraphic significance of ooidal ironstones from the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway: the Peace River Formation, Alberta and the Castlegate Sandstone, Utah Journal of Sedimentary Research, 72, 345-356.

Taylor, K.G.,Gawthorpe, R.L., Curtis, C.D., Marshall, J.D. and Awwiller, D.N. (2000) Carbonate cementation within a sequence stratigraphic framework: the Upper Cretaceous sandstones of Book Cliffs, Utah - Colorado. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 70, 360-372.

Taylor, K.G. and Macquaker, J.H.S. (2000). Spatial and temporal distribution of authigenic minerals in continental shelf sediments: implications for sequence stratigraphic analysis. in: Glenn, C. et al. (eds) Marine Authigenesis: From Global to Microbial, SEPM Special Publication No. 66., 309-323

Taylor, K.G. and Macquaker, J.H.S. (2000) Early diagenetic pyrite morphology in a mudstone-dominated succession: the Lower Jurassic Cleveland Ironstone Formation, eastern England, Sedimentary Geology, 131, 77-86

Taylor, K.G. (1998). Spatial and temporal variations in early diagenetic organic matter oxidation pathways in Jurassic fine-grained sediments of eastern England. Chemical Geology, 145, 47-60.

Macquaker J.H.S., Gawthorpe, R.L., Taylor K.G. and Oates M.J. (1998). Heterogeneity, stacking patterns and sequence stratigraphic interpretation in distal mudstone successions: examples from the Kimmeridge Clay Formation, U.K. In Recent Progress in Shale Research Eds: J. Schieber, W. Zimmerle, P. SethiSchweizerbart'scheVerlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart. pp 163 - 186

Macquaker, J.H.S. and Taylor, K.G. (1997). Discussion on a sequence stratigraphic interpretation of a mudstone-dominated succession: the Lower Jurassic Cleveland Ironstone Formation, UK. Journal of the Geological Society of London, 154, 913-916.

Macquaker, J.H.S. and Taylor, K.G. (1996). A sequence stratigraphic interpretation of a mudstone-dominated succesion: the Lower Jurassic Cleveland Ironstone Formation, U.K. Journal of the Geological Society London, 153, 759-770.

Macquaker, J.H.S., Taylor, K.G., Young, T.P. & Curtis, C.D. (1996).Sedimentological and geochemical controls on ooidal ironstone and 'bone-bed' formation and some comments on their sequence stratigraphic significance In Sequence Stratigraphy in British Geology (edsHesselbo, S.P. & Parkinson, D.N.), Geological Society Special Publication No. 103, pp 97-107.

Taylor, K.G., Gawthorpe, R.L. & Van Wagoner, J.C. (1995). Stratigraphic control on laterally persistent cementation, Book Cliffs, Utah. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 152, 225-228

Taylor, K.G. and Curtis, C.D. (1995). The stability and facies association of early diagenetic mineral assemblages: an example from a Jurassic ironstone - mudstone succession, U.K. Journal of Sedimentary Research, A65, 358-36.

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