Mary Kraus
Mary Kraus
Professor of Geology, University of Colorado
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Paleosols in clastic sedimentary rocks: their geologic applications
MJ Kraus
Earth-Science Reviews 47 (1-2), 41-70, 1999
Integration of channel and floodplain suites; I, Developmental sequence and lateral relations of alluvial Paleosols
TM Bown, MJ Kraus
Journal of Sedimentary Research 57 (4), 587-601, 1987
Significance of different modes of rhizolith preservation to interpreting paleoenvironmental and paleohydrologic settings: examples from Paleogene paleosols, Bighorn Basin …
MJ Kraus, ST Hasiotis
Journal of Sedimentary Research 76 (4), 633-646, 2006
Lower Eocene alluvial paleosols (Willwood Formation, northwest Wyoming, USA) and their significance for paleoecology, paleoclimatology, and basin analysis
TM Bown, MJ Kraus
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 34, 1-30, 1981
Eocene hydromorphic Paleosols; significance for interpreting ancient floodplain processes
MJ Kraus, A Aslan
Journal of Sedimentary Research 63 (3), 453-463, 1993
Transient drying during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM): analysis of paleosols in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
MJ Kraus, S Riggins
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 245 (3-4), 444-461, 2007
Geology and paleoenvironment of the Oligocene Jebel Qatrani Formation and adjacent rocks, Fayum depression, Egypt
TM Bown, MJ Kraus
USGPO, 1987
Two massive, rapid releases of carbon during the onset of the Palaeocene–Eocene thermal maximum
GJ Bowen, BJ Maibauer, MJ Kraus, U Röhl, T Westerhold, A Steimke, ...
Nature Geoscience 8 (1), 44-47, 2015
The Fayum primate forest revisited
TM Bown, MJ Kraus, SL Wing, JG Fleagle, BH Tiffney, EL Simons, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 11 (7), 603-632, 1982
Evolution of the earliest horses driven by climate change in the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
R Secord, JI Bloch, SGB Chester, DM Boyer, AR Wood, SL Wing, ...
Science 335 (6071), 959-962, 2012
Ichnofossils of the alluvial Willwood Formation (lower Eocene), Bighorn basin, northwest Wyoming, USA
TM Bown, MJ Kraus
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 43 (1-2), 95-128, 1983
Vertebrate fossil-bearing paleosol units (Willwood Formation, lower Eocene, northwest Wyoming, USA): implications for taphonomy, biostratigraphy, and assemblage analysis
TM Bown, MJ Kraus
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 34, 31-56, 1981
Naktodemasis bowni: new ichnogenus and ichnospecies for adhesive meniscate burrows (AMB), and paleoenvironmental implications, Paleogene Willwood Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
JJ Smith, ST Hasiotis, MJ Kraus, DT Woody
Journal of Paleontology 82 (2), 267-278, 2008
Facies and facies architecture of Paleogene floodplain deposits, Willwood Formation, Bighorn basin, Wyoming, USA
MJ Kraus, B Gwinn
Sedimentary Geology 114 (1-4), 33-54, 1997
Avulsion deposits in lower Eocene alluvial rocks, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
MJ Kraus
Journal of Sedimentary Research 66 (2), 354-363, 1996
Astronomical climate control on paleosol stacking patterns in the upper Paleocene–lower Eocene Willwood Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming
HA Aziz, FJ Hilgen, GM van Luijk, A Sluijs, MJ Kraus, JM Pares, ...
Geology 36 (7), 531-534, 2008
Basin-scale changes in floodplain paleosols: implications for interpreting alluvial architecture
MJ Kraus
Journal of Sedimentary Research 72 (4), 500-509, 2002
Paleosoils and time resolution in alluvial stratigraphy
M Kraus
Paleosoil: Their Recognition and Interpretation, 1986
Lower Eocene alluvial paleosols: pedogenic development, stratigraphic relationships, and paleosol/landscape associations
MJ Kraus
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 129 (3-4), 387-406, 1997
Dissected paleotopography and base-level changes in a Triassic fluvial sequence
MJ Kraus, LT Middleton
Geology 15 (1), 18-21, 1987
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