Kathleen A Campbell
Kathleen A Campbell
Professor of Earth Science, The University of Auckland
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Hydrocarbon seep and hydrothermal vent paleoenvironments and paleontology: Past developments and future research directions
KA Campbell
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 232 (2-4), 362-407, 2006
Ancient hydrocarbon seeps from the Mesozoic convergent margin of California: carbonate geochemistry, fluids and palaeoenvironments
KA Campbell, JD Farmer, D Des Marais
Geofluids 2 (2), 63-94, 2002
Earliest signs of life on land preserved in ca. 3.5 Ga hot spring deposits
T Djokic, MJ Van Kranendonk, KA Campbell, MR Walter, CR Ward
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
Mineralogical and textural changes accompanying ageing of silica sinter
NR Herdianita, PRL Browne, KA Rodgers, KA Campbell
Mineralium deposita 35, 48-62, 2000
Biosignatures on Mars: what, where, and how? Implications for the search for martian life
F Westall, F Foucher, N Bost, M Bertrand, D Loizeau, JL Vago, G Kminek, ...
Astrobiology 15 (11), 998-1029, 2015
Diagenesis of 1900-year-old siliceous sinter (opal-A to quartz) at Opal Mound, Roosevelt Hot Springs, Utah, USA
BY Lynne, KA Campbell, JN Moore, PRL Browne
Sedimentary Geology 179 (3-4), 249-278, 2005
Brachiopods and chemosymbiotic bivalves in Phanerozoic hydrothermal vent and cold seep environments
KA Campbell, DJ Bottjer
Geology 23 (4), 321-324, 1995
A hydrothermal-sedimentary context for the origin of life
F Westall, K Hickman-Lewis, N Hinman, P Gautret, KA Campbell, ...
Astrobiology 18 (3), 259-293, 2018
Defining biominerals and organominerals: direct and indirect indicators of life
RS Perry, N Mcloughlin, BY Lynne, MA Sephton, JD Oliver, CC Perry, ...
Sedimentary Geology 201 (1-2), 157-179, 2007
Sedimentary facies and mineralogy of the late Pleistocene Umukuri silica sinter, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
KA Campbell, K Sannazzaro, KA Rodgers, NR Herdianita, PRL Browne
Journal of Sedimentary Research 71 (5), 727-746, 2001
Hydrocarbon seep-carbonates of a Miocene forearc (East Coast Basin), North Island, New Zealand
KA Campbell, DA Francis, M Collins, MR Gregory, CS Nelson, J Greinert, ...
Sedimentary Geology 204 (3-4), 83-105, 2008
Morphologic and mineralogic transitions from opal-A to opal-CT in low-temperature siliceous sinter diagenesis, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
BY Lynne, KA Campbell
Journal of Sedimentary Research 74 (4), 561-579, 2004
Geyserite in hot-spring siliceous sinter: Window on Earth's hottest terrestrial (paleo) environment and its extreme life
KA Campbell, DM Guido, P Gautret, F Foucher, C Ramboz, F Westall
Earth-Science Reviews 148, 44-64, 2015
Lipid biomarker patterns of methane-seep microbialites from the Mesozoic convergent margin of California
D Birgel, V Thiel, KU Hinrichs, M Elvert, KA Campbell, J Reitner, ...
Organic geochemistry 37 (10), 1289-1302, 2006
Diagenetic transformations (opal-A to quartz) of low-and mid-temperature microbial textures in siliceous hot-spring deposits, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
BY Lynne, KA Campbell
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 40 (11), 1679-1696, 2003
Jurassic hot spring deposits of the Deseado Massif (Patagonia, Argentina): characteristics and controls on regional distribution
DM Guido, KA Campbell
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 203 (1-2), 35-47, 2011
Fossil cold seeps
KA Campbell
National Geographic Research and Exploration 9, 326-343, 1993
Tracking crystallinity in siliceous hot-spring deposits
BY Lynne, KA Campbell, BJ James, PRL Browne, J Moore
American Journal of Science 307 (3), 612-641, 2007
Recognition of a Mio-Pliocene cold seep setting from the northeast Pacific convergent margin, Washington, USA
KA Campbell
Palaios, 422-433, 1992
The potential science and engineering value of samples delivered to Earth by Mars sample return: International MSR Objectives and Samples Team (iMOST)
DW Beaty, MM Grady, HY McSween, E Sefton‐Nash, BL Carrier, F Altieri, ...
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 54, S3-S152, 2019
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