Timothy S. White

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Numerous researchers have alluded to the existence of a Cretaceous Hudson Arm connection between the Labrador Sea and the Western Interior Seaway of North America. However, the evidence for this marine connection has been circumstantial. In this paper we present sedimentary geochemical data that indicate a marine influence in the Albian Mattagami Formation(More)
[1] We have developed a coupled ocean-atmosphere general circulation model, the GENESIS-MOM model, with the ability to transport and fractionate water isotopes in the ocean and atmosphere. The model is used to predict modern and Cretaceous precipitation and seawater dO. The model reproduces the large-scale modernday isotopic distribution. In the zonal mean,(More)
Alluvial conglomerates were widely distributed around the margin of the Early Cretaceous North American Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway (KWIS). Conglomerates, sandstones, and lesser amounts of mudstones of the upper Albian Nishnabotna Member of the Dakota Formation were deposited as fill-in valleys that were incised up to 80 m into upper Paleozoic(More)
Atmospheric emissions of metals from anthropogenic activities have led to deposition and contamination of soils worldwide. We quantified addition of manganese (Mn) to soils around the largest emitter of Mn in the United States (U.S.) using chemical analyses and atmospheric dispersion modeling (Second-Order Closure Integrated Puff (SCIPUFF)). Concentrations(More)
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