Fellow of the Geological Society of America
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Paleontology, Cap carbonate, Proterozoic, Precambrian and Glacial period. His research integrates issues of Doushantuo Formation and Isotopes of carbon in his study of Paleontology. His Cap carbonate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Isotopes of strontium, Chemostratigraphy, Riphean and Marinoan glaciation.
His studies deal with areas such as Geochemistry, Phanerozoic, Cenozoic and Unconformity as well as Proterozoic. His Precambrian research incorporates elements of Corumbella and Namacalathus. His Glacial period research focuses on Diagenesis and how it connects with Craton.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Paleontology, Geochemistry, Proterozoic, Glacial period and Chemostratigraphy. His Paleontology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Isotopes of carbon. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Geochemistry, Environmental chemistry is strongly linked to Mineralogy.
His work focuses on many connections between Proterozoic and other disciplines, such as Acritarch, that overlap with his field of interest in Group. Alan J. Kaufman interconnects Fold and Unconformity in the investigation of issues within Glacial period. His Chemostratigraphy research includes elements of Doushantuo Formation, Biostratigraphy, Dolomite, Diagenesis and Sedimentary depositional environment.
Alan J. Kaufman mainly investigates Geochemistry, Paleontology, Chemostratigraphy, Diagenesis and Doushantuo Formation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oil shale, Cretaceous, Isotopes of carbon, Proterozoic and Isotopes of strontium. He combines topics linked to Carbon cycle with his work on Paleontology.
He has researched Chemostratigraphy in several fields, including Petrography and Dolomite. His Diagenesis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sedimentary rock, Terrigenous sediment, Trace element and Radiogenic nuclide. His Doushantuo Formation study combines topics in areas such as Glacial period, Deglaciation, Stratification and Diamictite.
Alan J. Kaufman mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Chemostratigraphy, Facies, Paleontology and Proterozoic. Geochemistry is represented through his Sedimentary rock and Isotopes of oxygen research. His studies in Chemostratigraphy integrate themes in fields like Trace element, Dolomitization, Diagenesis and Geochronology.
As part of his studies on Paleontology, Alan J. Kaufman often connects relevant areas like Cycling. His Proterozoic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seafloor spreading, Carbonate rock, Oil shale and Anoxic waters. To a larger extent, Alan J. Kaufman studies Glacial period with the aim of understanding Cap carbonate.
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A Neoproterozoic Snowball Earth
Paul F. Hoffman;Alan J. Kaufman;Galen P. Halverson;Daniel P. Schrag.
Neoproterozoic variations in the C-isotopic composition of seawater: stratigraphic and biogeochemical implications.
Alan J. Kaufman;Andrew H. Knoll.
Precambrian Research (1995)
A Whiff of Oxygen Before the Great Oxidation Event
Ariel D. Anbar;Yun Duan;Timothy W. Lyons;Gail L. Arnold.
THE ABUNDANCE OF 13C IN MARINE ORGANIC MATTER AND ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION IN THE GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE OF CARBON DURING THE PAST 800 MA
John M. Hayes;Harald Strauss;Alan J. Kaufman.
Chemical Geology (1999)
Biostratigraphic and Geochronologic Constraints on Early Animal Evolution
John P. Grotzinger;Samuel A. Bowring;Beverly Z. Saylor;Alan J. Kaufman.
The Sr, C and O isotopic evolution of Neoproterozoic seawater
Stein B. Jacobsen;Alan J. Kaufman.
Chemical Geology (1999)
Sedimentary cycling and environmental change in the Late Proterozoic: Evidence from stable and radiogenic isotopes
Louis A Derry;Alan J Kaufman;Stein B Jacobsen.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1992)
Secular variation in carbon isotope ratios from Upper Proterozoic successions of Svalbard and East Greenland.
A. H. Knoll;J. M. Hayes;A. J. Kaufman;K. Swett.
Isotopes, Ice Ages, and Terminal Proterozoic Earth History
Alan J. Kaufman;Andrew H. Knoll;Guy M. Narbonne.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1997)
The Vendian record of Sr and C isotopic variations in seawater: Implications for tectonics and paleoclimate
Alan J. Kaufman;Stein B. Jacobsen;Andrew H. Knoll.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1993)
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