2022 - Research.com Earth Science in South Africa Leader Award
GSA Honorary Fellow Award, The Geological Society of America
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Paleontology, Diagenesis, Siderite and Precambrian. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Geochemistry and Paleosol. His Diagenesis study incorporates themes from Carbonate and Stilpnomelane.
His Siderite research also covers Mineralogy and Pyrite studies. Nicolas J. Beukes has included themes like Atmosphere, Metamorphic rock, Huronian glaciation and Clastic rock in his Precambrian study. The concepts of his Huronian glaciation study are interwoven with issues in Boring Billion and Ironstone.
Nicolas J. Beukes mostly deals with Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Archean, Paleontology and Carbonate. His Geochemistry study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Manganese. The various areas that Nicolas J. Beukes examines in his Mineralogy study include Magnetite and Isotopic signature.
He studies Great Oxygenation Event, a branch of Archean. His Great Oxygenation Event research includes elements of Earth science and Weathering. His work deals with themes such as Sedimentary depositional environment, Carbonate platform, Facies and Petrography, which intersect with Carbonate.
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Archean, Great Oxygenation Event, Earth science and Banded iron formation. His Geochemistry research incorporates themes from Sedimentary depositional environment, Structural basin and Iron ore. His study in Archean is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sedimentary rock, Ordovician and Calcite.
His Great Oxygenation Event study contributes to a more complete understanding of Paleontology. His Earth science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mining engineering and Country rock. His research in Banded iron formation intersects with topics in Direct reduced iron, Ferrous, Water column, Groundwater and Flux.
Great Oxygenation Event, Archean, Geochemistry, Environmental chemistry and Manganese are his primary areas of study. His Great Oxygenation Event research includes themes of Snowball Earth, Earth science, Biogeochemical cycle and Diagenesis. His Archean research is within the category of Paleontology.
Nicolas J. Beukes interconnects Atmosphere, Biodiversity and Pyrite in the investigation of issues within Paleontology. Nicolas J. Beukes has included themes like Sedimentary depositional environment, Direct reduced iron and Illite crystallinity in his Geochemistry study. His research investigates the connection between Manganese and topics such as Isotope fractionation that intersect with problems in Mineralogy.
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Dating the rise of atmospheric oxygen
A. Bekker;H. D. Holland;P.-L. Wang;D. Rumble.
Atmospheric oxygenation three billion years ago
Sean Andrew Crowe;Lasse N. Døssing;Lasse N. Døssing;Nicolas J. Beukes;Michael Bau.
Geochemistry and sedimentology of a facies transition from limestone to iron-formation deposition in the early Proterozoic Transvaal Supergroup, South Africa
Cornelis Klein;Nicolas J. Beukes.
Economic Geology (1989)
Evidence for oxygenic photosynthesis half a billion years before the Great Oxidation Event
Noah J. Planavsky;Dan Asael;Axel Hofmann;Christopher T. Reinhard.
Nature Geoscience (2014)
Low-latitude glaciation in the Palaeoproterozoic era
D. A. Evans;N. J. Beukes;J. L. Kirschvink.
Facies relations, depositional environments and diagenesis in a major early Proterozoic stromatolitic carbonate platform to basinal sequence, Campbellrand Subgroup, Transvaal Supergroup, Southern Africa
Nicolas J. Beukes.
Sedimentary Geology (1987)
Ancient geochemical cycling in the Earth as inferred from Fe isotope studies of banded iron formations from the Transvaal Craton
Clark M. Johnson;Brian L. Beard;Nicolas J. Beukes;Cornelis Klein.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2003)
Origin and Paleoenvironmental Significance of Major Iron Formations at the Archean-Paleoproterozoic Boundary
Nicolas J. Beukes;Jens Gutzmer.
Evidence for a gradual rise of oxygen between 2.6 and 2.5 Ga from Mo isotopes and Re-PGE signatures in shales
Martin Wille;Jan Kramers;Thomas Nägler;N.J. Beukes.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
Sedimentology and geochemistry of the glaciogenic late Proterozoic Rapitan Iron-Formation in Canada
Cornelis Klein;Nicolas J. Beukes.
Economic Geology (1993)
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