Simon F Mitchell
Simon F Mitchell
Professor of Sedimentary Geology, University of the West Indies
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Classification of altered volcanic island arc rocks using immobile trace elements: development of the Th–Co discrimination diagram
AR Hastie, AC Kerr, JA Pearce, SF Mitchell
Journal of petrology 48 (12), 2341-2357, 2007
A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)
JG Carter, CR Altaba, LC Anderson, R Araujo, AS Biakov, AE Bogan, ...
The Paleontological Institute at The University of Kansas, 2011
The Cenomanian–Turonian boundary at Eastbourne (Sussex, UK): a proposed European reference section
CRC Paul, MA Lamolda, SF Mitchell, MR Vaziri, A Gorostidi, JD Marshall
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 150 (1-2), 83-121, 1999
Carbon isotopes and sequence stratigraphy
SF Mitchell, CRC Paul, AS Gale
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 104 (1), 11-24, 1996
Geochemistry of rare high-Nb basalt lavas: Are they derived from a mantle wedge metasomatised by slab melts?
AR Hastie, SF Mitchell, AC Kerr, MJ Minifie, IL Millar
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (17), 5049-5072, 2011
Palaeoceanographic events in the middle Cenomanian of Northwest Europe
CRC Paul, SF Mitchell, JD Marshall, PN Leafy, AS Gale, AM Duane, ...
Cretaceous Research 15 (6), 707-738, 1994
Catastrophic extinction of Caribbean rudist bivalves at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary
T Steuber, SF Mitchell, D Buhl, G Gunter, HU Kasper
Geology 30 (11), 999-1002, 2002
Geochronology, geochemistry and petrogenesis of rhyodacite lavas in eastern Jamaica: A new adakite subgroup analogous to early Archaean continental crust?
AR Hastie, AC Kerr, I McDonald, SF Mitchell, JA Pearce, IL Millar, ...
Chemical Geology 276 (3-4), 344-359, 2010
Isotope data from Cretaceous chalks and foraminifera: Environmental or diagenetic signals?
SF Mitchell, JD Ball, SF Crowley, JD Marshall, CRC Paul, CJ Veltkamp, ...
Geology 25 (8), 691-694, 1997
Geochemistry and petrogenesis of Cretaceous oceanic plateau lavas in eastern Jamaica
AR Hastie, AC Kerr, SF Mitchell, IL Millar
Lithos 101 (3-4), 323-343, 2008
Lithostratigraphy and palaeogeography of the White Limestone Group
S F Mitchell
Cainozoic Research 3 (1/2), 5-29, 2003
Shark and ray teeth from the Hauterivian (Lower Cretaceous) of north‐east England
CJ Underwood, SF Mitchell, KJ Veltcamp
Palaeontology 42 (2), 287-302, 1999
Albian and Cenomanian selachian assemblages from north east England.
CJ Underwood, SF Mitchell
Special Papers in Palaeontology 60, 9-59, 1999
Is famine a common factor in marine mass extinctions?
CRC Paul, SF Mitchell
Geology 22 (8), 679-682, 1994
Do Cenozoic analogues support a plate tectonic origin for Earth's earliest continental crust?
AR Hastie, AC Kerr, I McDonald, SF Mitchell, JA Pearce, M Wolstencroft, ...
Geology 38 (6), 495-498, 2010
Geochemical components in a Cretaceous island arc: the Th/La–(Ce/Ce*) Nd diagram and implications for subduction initiation in the inter-American region
AR Hastie, SF Mitchell, PJ Treloar, AC Kerr, I Neill, DN Barfod
Lithos 162, 57-69, 2013
Microborings in mid-Cretaceous fish teeth
CJ Underwood, SF Mitchell, CJ Veltkamp
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 52 (3), 269-274, 1999
The Cenomanian-Turonian boundary event in northern Spain
CRC Paul, S Mitchell, M Lamolda, A Gorostidi
Geological Magazine 131 (6), 801-817, 1994
Sedimentology and tectonic evolution of the Cretaceous rocks of central Jamaica: relationships to the plate tectonic evolution of the Caribbean
SF Mitchell
AAPG Special Volumes, 2003
Lithostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of the Hunstanton Formation (Red Chalk, Cretaceous) succession at Speeton, North Yorkshire, England
SF Mitchell
Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society 50 (4), 285-303, 1995
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