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Dr. Teal Riley - Profile

Selected publications since 1996:

41. RILEY, T.R. & MILLAR, I.L. (2013). Geochemistry of the 1100 Ma intrusions from the Ahlmannryggen region, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Science.

40.HEINONEN, J.S, LUTTINEN, A.V., RILEY, T.R. & MICHALLIK, R.M. (2013). Mixed pyroxenite-peridotite sources for mafic and ultramafic dikes from the Antarctic segment of the Karoo continental flood basalt province. Lithos, 177, 366-380.

39. STOREY, B.C., VAUGHAN, A.P.M. & RILEY, T.R. (2013). The links between large igneous provinces, continental break-up and environmental change: evidence reviewed from Antarctica. Transactions of the Royal Society, Edinburgh.
38. RILEY, T.R., FLOWERDEW, M.J. & WHITEHOUSE, M.J. (2012). U-Pb zircon chronology of basement inliers of eastern Graham Land, Antarctica. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 169, 381-393.
37. RILEY, T.R., FLOWERDEW, M.J. & WHITEHOUSE, M.J. (2012). Litho- and chronostratigraphy of a fore- to intra-arc basin: Adelaide Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Geological Magazine, 149, 768-782.
36. FLOWERDEW, M.J., TYRELL, S., RILEY, T.R., WHITEHOUSE, M.J., MULVANEY, R.W., LEAT, P.T. & MARSCHALL, H.R. (2012). Distinguishing East and West Antarctic sediment sources using the Pb isotope composition of detrital K feldspar. Chemical Geology, 292-293, 88-102.
35. CURTIS, M.L., RILEY, T.R., FLOWERDEW, M.J. & TATE, A.J. (2011). The application and benefits of digital geological mapping in Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 23, 387-388.
34. HASELWIMMER, C.E., RILEY, T.R. & LIU, J.G. (2011). Lithologic mapping in the Oscar II Coast area, Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula using ASTER data. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 32, 2013-2035.
33. CURTIS, M.L., FLOWERDEW, M.J., RILEY, T.R. & WHITEHOUSE, M.J. (2010). Andean sinistral transpression and kinematic partitioning in South Georgia. Journal of Structural Geology. 32, 464-477.
32. HASELWIMMER, C.E., RILEY, T.R. & LIU, J.G. (2010). Assessing the potential of multispectral remote sensing for lithologic mapping on the Antarctic Peninsula: case study from eastern Adelaide Island, Graham Land. Antarctic Science, 22 (3), 299-318.
31. RILEY, T.R., FLOWERDEW, M.J., HUNTER, M.A. & WHITEHOUSE, M.J. (2010). Middle Jurassic rhyolite volcanism of eastern Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula: age correlations and stratigraphic relationships. Geological Magazine, 147 (4), 581-595.
30. HASELWIMMER, C.E & RILEY, T.R. (2009). Mapping from on High. Planet Earth.
29. LEAT , P.T., FLOWERDEW, M.J., RILEY, T.R., WHITEHOUSE, M.J., SCARROW, J.H. & MILLAR, I.L. (2009). Zircon U-Pb dating of Mesozoic volcanic and tectonic events in Northwest Palmer Land and Southeast Graham Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 21, 633-641.
28. RILEY, T.R., CURTIS, M.L., LEAT, P.T. & MILLAR, I.L. (2009). The geochemistry of Middle Jurassic dykes associated with the Straumsvola – Tvora alkaline plutons, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica and their association with the Karoo large igneous province. Mineralogical Magazine, 73, 223-244.
27. CURTIS, M.L., RILEY, T.R., OWENS, W.H., LEAT, P.T. & DUNCAN, R.A. (2008). The form, distribution and anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility of Jurassic dykes in H.U. Sverdupfjella, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica. Implications for dyke swarm emplacement. Journal of Structural Geology, 30, 1429-1447.
26. HUNTER, M.A., RILEY, T.R., CANTRILL, D.J., FLOWERDEW, M.J. & MILLAR, I.L. (2006). A new stratigraphy for the Latady Basin, Antarctic Peninsula: Part 1, Ellsworth Land volcanic group. Geological Magazine, 143, 777-796.
25. RILEY, T.R., LEAT, P.T. & CURTIS, M.L. (2006). Karoo large igneous province: Brevity, origin, and relation to mass extinction questioned by new 40Ar/39Ar age data. Geology, DOI 10.1130/G22380C.1.
24. RILEY, T.R., CURTIS, M.L, LEAT, P.T., WATKEYS, M.K., DUNCAN, R.A., MILLAR, I.L & OWENS, W.H. (2006). Overlap of Karoo and Ferrar magma types in the KwaZulu-Natal region of South Africa. Journal of Petrology, 47, 541-566.
23. RILEY, T.R. (2005). Supervolcanoes. Planet Earth, Summer 2005, 8-9.
22. LEAT, P.T., DEAN, A.A., MILLAR, I.L., KELLEY, S.P., VAUGHAN, A.P.M. & RILEY, T.R. (2005). Lithospheric mantle domains beneath Antarctica. In: VAUGHAN, A.P.M., LEAT, P.T. & PANKHURST, R.J. (eds) Terrane processes at the margins of Gondwana. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 246, 359-380.
21. FERRACIOLLI, F., JONES, P., CURTIS, M.L., LEAT, P.T. & RILEY, T.R. (2005). Tectonic and magmatic patterns in the Jutulstraumen rift region, East Antarctica, as imaged from high resolution aeromagnetic data. Earth Planets and Space, 57, 767-780.
20. RILEY, T.R., LEAT, P.T., CURTIS, M.L., MILLAR, I.L. & FAZEL, A. (2005). Early-Middle Jurassic Dolerite Dykes from Western Dronning Maud Land (Antarctica): Identifying Mantle Sources in the Karoo Large Igneous Province. Journal of Petrology, 46, 1489-1524.
19. HUNTER, M.A., RILEY, T.R. & MILLAR, I.L. (2004). Air fall marker horizon in the sedimentary Latady Formation, eastern Ellsworth Land. Antarctic Science, 16, 185-190.
18. RILEY, T.R., MILLAR, I.L., WATKEYS, M.K., CURTIS, M.L., LEAT, P.T., KLAUSEN, M.B. & FANNING, C.M. (2004). U-Pb zircon (SHRIMP) ages for the Lebombo rhyolites, South Africa: refining the duration of Karoo volcanism. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 161, 542-545.
17. CURTIS, M.L. & RILEY, T.R. (2003). Mobilization of fluidized sediment during sill emplacement, western Dronning Maud Land, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 15, 393-398.
16. RILEY, T.R., LEAT, P.T., KELLEY, S.P., MILLAR, I.L & THIRLWALL, M.F. (2003). Thinning of the Antarctic Peninsula lithosphere through the Mesozoic: evidence from Middle Jurassic basaltic lavas. Lithos, 67, 163-179.
15. RILEY, T.R., LEAT, P.T., STOREY, B.C., PARKINSON, I.J. & MILLAR, I.L. (2003). Ultramafic lamprophyres of the Ferrar large igneous province: evidence for a HIMU mantle component. Lithos, 66, 63-76.
14. RILEY, T.R. & BAILEY, D.K. (2003). Barium-rich sanidine megacrysts from the West Eifel (Germany). Neues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie Monatshefte, 2003 (1), 18-30.
13. BRYAN, S.E., RILEY, T.R., JERRAM, D.A. STEPHENS, C.J. & LEAT, P.T. (2002). Silicic volcanism: an under-valued component of large igneous provinces/volcanic rifted margins. In: Menzies, M.A., Klemperer, S.L., Ebinger, C.J. & Baker, J.A., (eds.) Volcanic Rifted Margins, Boulder, Colorado, Geological Society of America Special Paper 363, p. 97-118.
12. LEAT, P.T., RILEY, T.R., WAREHAM, C.D., MILLAR, I.L., KELLEY, S.P. & STOREY, B.C. (2002). Tectonic setting of primitive magmas in volcanic arcs: an example from the Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 159, 31-44
11. RILEY, T.R. & KNIGHT, K.B. (2001). Age of pre-breakup Gondwana magmatism: a review. Antarctic Science, 13, 99-110.
10. WAREHAM, C.D., STUMP, E., STOREY, B.C., MILLAR, I.L. & RILEY, T.R. (2001). Petrogenesis of the Cambrian Liv Group, a bimodal volcanic rock suite from the Ross orogen, Transantarctic Mountains. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 113, 360-372.
9. RILEY, T.R., LEAT, P.T., PANKHURST, R.J. & HARRIS, C. (2001). Origins of large volume silicic volcanism in the Antarctic Peninsula and Patagonia by crustal melting. Journal of Petrology, 42, 1043-1065.
8. LEAT, P.T., RILEY, T.R., STOREY, B.C., MILLAR, I.L. & KELLEY, S.P. (2000). Middle Jurassic ultramafic lamprophyre dyke within the Ferrar magmatic province, Pensacola Mountains, Antarctica. Mineralogical Magazine, 64, 95-111.
7. PANKHURST, R.J., RILEY, T.R., FANNING, C.M. & KELLEY, S.P. (2000). Episodic silicic volcanism along the proto-Pacific margin of Patagonia and the Antarctic Peninsula: plume and subduction influences associated with the break-up of Gondwana. Journal of Petrology, 41, 605-625.
6. CURTIS, M.L., LEAT, P.T., RILEY, T.R., STOREY, B.C., MILLAR, I.L. & RANDALL, D.E. (1999). Middle Cambrian volcanism in the Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica: tectonic implications for the palaeo-Pacific margin of Gondwana. Tectonophysics, 304, 275-299.
5. RILEY, T.R. & LEAT, P.T., (1999). Large volume silicic volcanism along the Gondwana proto-Pacific margin: lithological and stratigraphical investigations from the Antarctic Peninsula. Geological Magazine, 136, 1-16.
4. RILEY, T.R., BAILEY, D.K., HARMER, R.E., LIEBSCH, H., LLOYD, F.E. & PALMER, M.R., (1999). Isotopic and geochemical investigation of a carbonatite-syenite-phonolite diatreme, West Eifel (Germany). Mineralogical Magazine, 63, 615-631.
3. PANKHURST, R.J., LEAT, P.T., SRUOGA, P., RAPELA, C.W., MARQUEZ, M., STOREY, B.C. & RILEY, T.R., (1998). The Chon-Aike Silicic Igneous Province of Patagonia and Related Rocks in Antarctica: a Silicic LIP. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 81, 113-136.
2. RILEY, T.R., CRAME, J.A., THOMSON, M.R.A. & CANTRILL, D.J. (1997). Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian Tithonian) macrofossil assemblage from Jason Peninsula, Graham Land: evidence for a significant northward extension of the Latady Formation. Antarctic Science, 9, 434-442.
1. RILEY, T.R., BAILEY, D.K. & LLOYD, F.E. (1996). Extrusive carbonatite from the Quaternary Rockeskyll Complex, West Eifel, Germany. Canadian Mineralogist, 34, 389-401.