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Moyra E.J. Wilson
Moyra E.J. Wilson
Senior Lecturer, Earth Sciences, University of Western Australia (UWA), Perth, Australia
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Hopping hotspots: global shifts in marine biodiversity
W Renema, DR Bellwood, JC Braga, K Bromfield, R Hall, KG Johnson, ...
science 321 (5889), 654-657, 2008
5232008
Neogene sutures in eastern Indonesia
R Hall, MEJ Wilson
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 18 (6), 781-808, 2000
4522000
Biogeographic implications of the Tertiary palaeogeographic evolution of Sulawesi and Borneo
SJ Moss, MEJ Wilson
Biogeography and geological evolution of SE Asia 133, 163, 1998
2731998
New insights into deformation and fluid flow processes in the Nankai Trough accretionary prism: Results of Ocean Drilling Program Leg 190
GF Moore, A Taira, A Klaus, L Becker, B Boeckel, BA Cragg, A Dean, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 2 (10), 2001
2342001
Implications of paucity of corals in the Paleogene of SE Asia: plate tectonics or centre of origin
MEJ Wilson, BR Rosen, R Hall, JD Holloway
Biogeography and geological evolution of SE Asia, 165-195, 1998
2201998
Cenozoic carbonates in Southeast Asia: implications for equatorial carbonate development
MEJ Wilson
Sedimentary Geology 147 (3-4), 295-428, 2002
1872002
The apparent paradox of abundant foramol facies in low latitudes: their environmental significance and effect on platform development
MEJ Wilson, A Vecsei
Earth-Science Reviews 69 (1), 133-168, 2005
1742005
Cenozoic palaeogeographic evolution of Sulawesi and Borneo
MEJ Wilson, SJ Moss
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 145 (4), 303-337, 1999
1531999
The SE Asian gateway: history and tectonics of the Australia–Asia collision
R Hall, MA Cottam, MEJ Wilson
1502011
Porosity loss within the underthrust sediments of the Nankai accretionary complex: Implications for overpressures
E Screaton, D Saffer, P Henry, S Hunze
Geology 30 (1), 19-22, 2002
1472002
Global and regional influences on equatorial shallow-marine carbonates during the Cenozoic
MEJ Wilson
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 265 (3-4), 262-274, 2008
1272008
Siliciclastic and volcaniclastic influences on equatorial carbonates: insights from the Neogene of Indonesia
MEJ Wilson, SW Lokier
Sedimentology 49 (3), 583-601, 2002
1252002
Sedimentology and diagenesis of Tertiary carbonates on the Mangkalihat Peninsula, Borneo: implications for subsurface reservoir quality
MEJ Wilson, MJ Evans
Marine and Petroleum Geology 19 (7), 873-900, 2002
1172002
The Tertiary evolution of South Sulawesi: a record in redeposited carbonates of the Tonasa Limestone Formation
MEJ Wilson, DWJ Bosence
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 106 (1), 365-389, 1996
1051996
Tertiary syntectonic carbonate platform development in Indonesia
MEJ Wilson, DWJ Bosence, A Limbong
Sedimentology 47 (2), 395-419, 2000
1042000
Reservoir quality, textural evolution, and origin of fault-associated dolomites
MEJ Wilson, MJ Evans, NH Oxtoby, DS Nas, T Donnelly, M Thirlwall
AAPG bulletin 91 (9), 1247-1272, 2007
932007
Platy coral assemblages: 200 million years of functional stability in response to the limiting effects of light and turbidity
BR Rosen, GS Aillud, FR Bosellini, NJ Clack, E Insalaco, FX Valldeperas, ...
Proc 8th Int Coral Reef Symp 1, 255-264, 2002
792002
Marine biota response to clastic sediment influx: a quantitative approach
SW Lokier, MEJ Wilson, LM Burton
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 281 (1-2), 25-42, 2009
722009
Tectonic and volcanic influences on the development and diachronous termination of a Tertiary tropical carbonate platform
MEJ Wilson
Journal of Sedimentary Research 70 (2), 310-324, 2000
702000
Equatorial carbonates: an earth systems approach
MEJ Wilson
Sedimentology 59 (1), 1-31, 2012
682012
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