Dr Andrew Glikson

Visiting Fellow
Research School of Earth Sciences
ANU College of Science
 0439 085 833

Profile

Biography

Andrew Glikson's research projects include:

Publications

Andrew Glikson – publication list to March 2016

Publications on climate, fire and human evolution

Books

 

Glikson A.Y. 2014. Evolution of the Atmosphere, Fire and the Anthropocene Climate Event Horizon. SpringerBriefs, 174 pp.

Glikson A.Y. & Groves C., 2015. Climate, Fire and Human Evolution. Springer, Modern Approaches in Solid Earth Sciences. 227 pp.

 

Papers

 

Glikson, A.Y. 2000. Early asteroid impacts and the origin of terrestrial life. Meteorite, 6: 8-15.

Glikson, A.Y. 2002. Limits on the origins and space transport of life. Meteorite, 8: 8-13.

Glikson, A.Y. 2005. Asteroid/comet impact clusters, flood basalts and mass extinctions: Significance of isotopic age overlaps. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 236: 933-937.

Glikson, A.Y. 2005 (Editor). Can Homo sapiens Survive? Manning Clark House Conference in honour of Frank Fenner, 36 pp.

Glikson, A.Y. 2006. Mass extinctions: the role of asteroid impacts in Australia. Australasian Science, Jan-Feb 2006.

Glikson, A.Y. 2006. Extraterrestrial impact episodes and Archaean to early Proterozoic (3.8 –2.4 Ga) habitats of life. In: Comets and the Origin of Life, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 253-283.

Glikson A.Y. 2006 (Editor). From Stars to Brains. Manning Clark House Conference in honour of Paul Davies, 90 pp.

Glikson, A.Y. 2007. Milestones in the evolution of the atmosphere with reference to climate change. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 55: 123-127.

Glikson, A.Y. 2007. Homo sapiens on thin ice. The Australian Geologist, 142: 25-28.

Glikson, A.Y. 2007. Sea change: implications of the 4th IPCC report for 21st century climate change. The Australian Geologist, 143: 33-35.

Glikson, A.Y. 2008. Milestones in the evolution of the atmosphere with reference to climate Change. Australian Journal of Earth Science, 55: 123-157.

Glikson, A.Y. 2008.  Implications of abrupt atmospheric changes in the recent history of Earth for 21st century climate projections. The Australian Geologist, 149:16-18.

Glikson, A.Y. 2008 (Editor). Imagining the Real: Life on a Greenhouse Earth. Manning Clark House Conference in honour of Barry Jones, 68 pp.

Pittock B. & Glikson, A.Y., 2009. Climate change is already costing lives and dollars. Online Opinion 22.12.2009. http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=9847

Glikson, A.Y. 2009. The Science of Climate Change. Climate Law, Chapter 2. LexisNexis Publishing. Editor: David Hodgkinson.

Glikson, A.Y. 2009. Mass Extinction of Species: The Role of External Forcing. Journal of Cosmology, 2: 230-234.

Glikson A.Y. 2009. Climate change debate between Andrew Glikson and Bob Carter. Viewpoint Magazine, Issue 1, October, 2009. http://www.viewpointmagazine.com.au/

Glikson A.Y. 2010. The World at +4oC Implications of Cainozoic Warm Periods.  Journal of Cosmology 8:1935-1946.

Glikson, A.Y. 2010. The geological dimension of climate change. The Australian Geologist.

Glikson, A.Y. 2010. Discussion: climate model sensitivity to changes in Miocene paleo-topography. Australian  J. Earth Sci. 57, 337–339.

Glikson A.Y. 2010. Homo Sapiens And The Sixth Mass Extinction Of Species. The New Critic, issue 11, 1-7 (University of Western Australia) March, 2010.  http://www.ias.uwa.edu.au/new-critic/eleven/?a=771866

Glikson, A.Y. 2011. The geological dimension of climate change. The Australian Geologist, June, 2011

Glikson, A.Y. 2012 (Editor). The Future of Homo Sapiens, Manning Clark House Conference in honour of Phillip Adams, 60 pp.

Glikson A.Y. 2014. Fire and human evolution: The deep-time blueprints of the Anthropocene. Anthropocene  3:89-92.

 

Articles

 

Glikson, A.Y. 2011. Last chance at Durban? The geological dimension of climate change. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2011. An Orwellian Climate, The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2011. When it comes to greenhouse gases carbon dioxide isn’t the only culprit. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2011. The Faustian bargain – while we debate the numbers, the planet suffers. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2011. Beyond two degrees Celsius: sulphur won’t save us for long. The Conversation.

Creagh, S., Glikson A.Y., King M. 2012. Greenland ice loss is accelerating. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. Views on the future of Homo sapiens. The  Conversation.

Creagh, S. & Glikson, A.Y. 2012. Rainfall clues link climate change to Maya collapse. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. The atmosphere’s shift of state and the origin of extreme weather events. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. On tree rings, CO2 levels and the Pliocene. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. James Lovelock’s climate change U-turn, The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. The discovery of fire: initial steps toward anthropogenic climate change. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. On Arctic Sea ice melt and coal mine canaries, The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. Is another mass extinction event on the way? The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. We do need drastic action on climate change: a response to the Wall Street Journal. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2012. As emissions rise, we may be heading for an ice-free planet. The Conversation.

Glikson A.Y. 2013. The rise and fall of oxygen. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2013. Methane and the risk of runaway global warming. The Conversation.

Whitmore J., Glikson A.Y. and Woodhouse M. 2013. Climate change and aerosols: new research. The Conversation.

Glikson A.Y. 2013.  IPCC climate trends: blueprints for tipping points in Earth’s climate. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2013. Existential risks to our planetary life-support systems. The Conversation.

Pandos, K., Creagh, S., Glikson, A.Y., Tyler, J. 2013. Climate change hastened ancient civilisations' collapse: study. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2013. Are CFCs responsible for global warming? The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2013. Fact check: has global warming paused? The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2013. Orwellian climate double-speak dominating discussion. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2013. Humanity’s scorched Earth program – where to now? The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2013. Carbon dioxide might fertilise plants, but they still need water. The Conversation.

Glikson A.Y. 2014. What climate tipping points should we be looking out for? The Conversation.

Glikson A.Y 2014. Human global domination began with fire, not factories or farms. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2015. Carbon dioxide might fertilise plants, but they still need water. The Conversation

Glikson, A.Y. 2015. As carbon dioxide hits a new high, there’s still no Planet B. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2015. Another link between CO2 and mass extinctions of species. The Conversation.

Glikson A.Y. 2015. What will a hotter Australia be like? The past gives us some clues. The  Conversation

Glikson A.Y. 2015. The Intergenerational Report underestimates climate threat: an open letter to the government. The Conversation.

 Glikson, A.Y. 2015. World’s largest asteroid impact site could be right here in Australia. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2015. How to make sense of ‘alarming’ sea level forecasts. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2015. Melting Antarctic ice sheets and sea level rise: a warning from the future. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2015. Climate and the rise and fall of civilizations: a lesson from the past. The Conversation.

Glikson, A.Y. 2016. Global heating and the dilemma of climate scientists. ABC, The Drum.

 

 

Andrew Glikson—Earth science publications

 

Books

 

Glikson, A.Y.  2013. The Asteroid Impact Connection of Planetary Evolution. 2013. Springer Briefs 150 pp.

Glikson, A.Y.  2014. The Archaean: Geological and Geochemical Windows into the Early Earth. Springer Modern Approaches in Earth Systems Science. 195 pp.

 

Papers

 

Glikson, A.Y. 1969. The outer rim of the Gosses Bluff cryptoexplosion structure, Northern Territory. BMR Record 69/42.

Milton, D.J., Barlow, B.C., Brett, R., Brown, A.R., Glikson, A.Y., Manwaring, E.A., Moss, F.J., Sedmick, E.C.E., Van Son, J. & Young, G.A. 1972. Gosses Bluff impact structure, Australia. Science 175:1199-1207.

Glikson, A.Y. 1976. Early Precambrian mafic-ultramafic volcanic rocks: ancient oceanic crust or relic terrestrial maria? Geology 4: 201-205.

Glikson, A.Y. 1977. Reply to discussion - Earliest Precambrian ultramafic-mafic volcanic rocks: ancient oceanic crust or relic terrestrial maria? Geology 5: 68-71.

Glikson, A.Y. 1990. Tests of the Archaean greenstone belt- terrestrial maria model [extended abstract]. Lunar Planet. Institut. Workshop on Meteorite Impacts on the Early Earth, Perth, W. Aust.

Glikson, A.Y. 1993. Asteroids and early Precambrian crustal evolution. Earth Science Reviews 35: 285-319.

Glikson, A.Y. 1994. Archaean spherule beds: impact or terrestrial origin? Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 126: 493-496.

Glikson, A.Y. 1994. Temporal episodicity of the Precambrian crustal record with reference to the origin of mantle melting events. 12th Geol. Soc. Aust. Conv. extended abstracts No. 37, 131.

Glikson, A.Y. 1995. Asteroid/comet mega-impacts may have triggered major episodes of crustal evolution. Eos, February 1995, pp. 49-55.

Glikson, A.Y. 1996. Mega-impacts and mantle melting episodes: tests of possible correlations. Australian Geol. Surv. Org. J. 16:587-608

Glikson, A.Y. 1996. A compendium of Australian impact structures, possible impact structures and ejecta occurrences. Aust. Geol. Surv. Org. J. 16: 373-376.

Glikson, A.Y. 1996. Preface - Australian impact structures. Aust. Geol. Surv. Org. J. 16: 371.

Milton, D.J., Glikson, A.Y. & Brett, R. 1996. Gosses Bluff - a latest Jurassic impact structure, central Australia. Part 1 - Geological structure, stratigraphy and origin. Aust. Geol. Surv. Org. J. 16:453-486.

Glikson, A.Y. 1997. Asteroid/comet impact connections of Precambrian episodes: re-emergence of the catastrophic paradigm in earth science. Earth Science Frontiers, China University of Geosciences, Beijing, 4:23-46.

Glikson, A.Y. 1997. Eugene and Carolyn Shoemaker's Australian impacts exploration: 1981-1997. The Aust. Geol. 104:15-19.

Pirajno, F. & Glikson, A.Y. 1998. Shoemaker Impact Structure (formerly Teague ring structure), Western Australia. The Austr. Geol. 106:16-18.

Glikson, A.Y. 1998. Eugene Shoemaker and the impact paradigm in earth and planetary science. in: J. Henrard & S. Yabushita (editors), Dynamics of comets and asteroids and their roles in earth history, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy 68:3-4.

Glikson, A.Y. 1998. Eugene Shoemaker - bibliography of impact papers. in: J. Henrard & S. Yabushita (editors), Dynamics of comets and asteroids and their roles in earth history, Celest. Mech. Dynam. Astro. 68:9-24.

Pirajno, F. & Glikson, A.Y. 1998. Shoemaker Impact Structure in Western Australia. in: J. Henrard and S. Yabushita (editors), Dynamics of comets and asteroids and their roles in earth history, Celest. Mech. Dynam. Astro. 68:25-30.

Glikson, A.Y.,1998. The astronomical connection of terrestrial evolution. The Aust. Geol. 108:34-37.

Glikson, A.Y. 1999. Oceanic mega-impacts and crustal evolution. Geology 27:387-390.

Gorter, J.D. & Glikson, A.Y. 2000. Late Eocene to pre-Miocene buried crater and  breccia lens at Fohn-1, North Bonaparte Basin, Timor Sea: a probable extra-terrestrial connection. Meteor. Planet. Sci. 35: 381-392.

Mory, A.J., Iasky, R., Glikson, A.Y. & Pirajno, F. 2000. Woodleigh, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: a new 120 km-diameter impact structure. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 177:119-128

Mory, A.J, Iasky, R., Glikson, A.Y. & Pirajno, F. 2000. Reply to discussion of "The Woodleigh structure, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: a multi-ring impact structure of 120 km diameter" (Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 177:119-128) by U.W. Reimold and C. Koeberl. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 184:359-365.

Glikson, A.Y.  2000. Archaean impact fallout spherules and early terrestrial maria basins. The Aust. Geol. 114: 30-34.

Glikson, A.Y.  2000. Woodleigh - the world's 4th largest impact structure. Meteorite 6:18-20.

Glikson, A.Y.  2001. The astronomical connection of terrestrial evolution: crustal effects of post 3.8 Ga mega-impact clusters and evidence for major 3.2±0.1 Ga bombardment of the Earth-Moon system. J. Geodynamics 32: 205-229

Uysal, I.T., Golding, S., Glikson, A.Y. & Mory, A.J. 2001. K-Ar and oxygen isotopic constraints of illitic clays on the timing and evolution of the Woodleigh impact structure, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Earth Planet, Sci. Lett. 192:281-289.

Glikson, A.Y.  2002. Two and a half billion year-old asteroid impact signatures in the Pilbara, Western Australia: major discoveries by Simonson & Hassler. Meteorite 8:24-28.

Glikson, A.Y.  2003. Comment on "Extraterrestrial influence of mantle plume activity" by D.H. Abbott and A.E. Isley, Earth Planet, Sci. Lett. 215:425-427

Glikson, A.Y.  2003. Comment on "Early Archaean spherule beds: chromium isotopes confirm origin through multiple impacts of projectiles of carbonaceous chondrite type, by Kyte et al. 2003”, Geology, Online Forum e36-e37.

Glikson, A.Y.  2004. Comment on "Impacts do not initiate volcanic eruptions: Eruptions close to the crater" (B.A. Ivanov and H.J. Melosh, 2003, Geology 31:869-872). Geology Online Forum, e47-e48.

Glikson, A.Y. & Vickers, J. 2004. Asteroid impact fallout units and associated tsunami units, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Geol. Surv. West. Aust. Rep. (unpublished).

Glikson, A.Y. 2004. An Alternative Earth: Comment. GSA Today, 10.1130/10525173(2004)014<e1, e1-e2.

Glikson, A. & Allen, C. 2004. Iridium anomalies and fractionated siderophile element patterns in impact ejecta, Brockman Iron Formation, Hamersley Basin, Western Australia: evidence for a major asteroid impact in simatic crustal regions of the early Proterozoic earth. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett, 220:247-264.

Glikson, A.Y., Allen, C. & Vickers, J. 2004. Multiple 3.47-Ga-old asteroid impact fallout units, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 221:383-396.

Glikson, A.Y. 2004. Early Precambrian asteroid impact-triggered tsunami: excavated seabed, debris flows, exotic boulders, and turbulence features associated with 3.472.47 Ga-old asteroid impact fallout units, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Astrobiology, 4: 19-50.

Glikson, A.Y. 2004. Extraterrestrial impact episodes and Archaean to early Proterozoic (3.8-2.4 Ga) habitats of life. In: Thomas, P.J., Chyba, C.F.and McKay, C.P. (eds) Comets and the Origins of Life, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.

Glikson, A.Y., 2004. Comment on “Iridium anomalies and shocked quartz in a Late Archean spherule layer from the Pilbara Craton: New evidence for a major asteroid impact at 2.63 Ga, by Rasmussen, B. and Koeberl, C.”. Geology Online Forum, e84-e85.

Glikson, A.Y. 2004. Impacts do not initiate volcanic eruptions: Eruptions close to the crater: Comment. Geology, Online Forum DOI 10.1130/0091-7613 (2003) 31<e48, e48.

Glikson, A.Y. 2004. Petrology and mafic volcanic breccia, Bedout-1, Bedout continental rise, offshore Western Australia. Science 306, 5696, 13.

Glikson, A.Y. 2004. Un-shocked mafic volcanic breccia, Bedout-1, Western Australia. American Geophysical Union, December 2004 meeting, San Francisco.

Gorter, J.D., Glikson, A.Y. & Deighton, I. 2004. Diatremes in the Northern Bonaparte Basin? Implications for petroleum exploration. in: Ellis, G.K., Baillie, P.W. & Munson, T.J. (Eds) 2004 Timor Sea Petroleum Geoscience, Proceedings of the Timor Sea Symposium, Darwin, Northern Territory, 19-20 June, 2003, Northern Territory Geological Survey, Special Publication 1.

Glikson, A.Y, Mory, A J., Iasky, R.P., Pirajno, F., Golding, S.D. & Uysal, I.T. 2005: Woodleigh, Southern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia: history of discovery, Late Devonian age, and geophysical and morphometric evidence for a 120 km-diameter impact structure. Aust. J. Earth Sci. 52:545-664

Glikson, A.Y., Eggins, S., Golding, S.D., Haines, P.W., Iasky, R.P. Mernagh, T.P., Mory, A.J. & Uysal, I.T. 2005. Microchemistry and microstructures of hydrothermally altered shock-metamorphosed basement gneiss, Woodleigh impact structure, Southern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Aust. J. Earth Sci. 52:555-574.

Iasky, R.P. & Glikson, A.Y. 2005. Gnargoo: a possible 75 km-diameter post-Early Permian –pre-Cretaceous buried impact structure, Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Aust. J. Earth Sci. 52:577-586.

Glikson, A.Y. 2005. Geochemical and isotopic signatures of Archaean to Palaeoproterozoic extra-terrestrial impact ejecta/fallout units. Aust. J. Earth Sci. 52:785-798.

Glikson, A.Y. 2005. Geochemical signatures of Archaean to Early Proterozoic maria-scale oceanic impact basins. Geology 133:125-128.

Glikson, A.Y.  2005. Asteroid/comet impact clusters, flood basalts and mass extinctions: significance of isotopic age overlaps. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 236:933-937

Glikson, A.Y. & Vickers, J. 2005. The 3.26–3.24 Ga Barberton asteroid impact cluster: Tests of tectonic and magmatic consequences, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 241:11-20.

Glikson, A.Y. 2006. Siderophile element patterns, PGE nuggets and vapour condensation effects in Ni-rich quench chromite-bearing microkrystite spherules, 3.24 Ga S3 impact unit, Barberton greenstone belt, Kaapvaal Craton, South Africa. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 253:1-16.

Glikson, A..Y. 2006. Asteroid impact ejecta units overlain by iron-rich sediments in 3.5–2.4 Ga terrains, Pilbara and Kaapvaal cratons: Accidental or cause–effect relationships? Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 246:149-160

Glikson, A.Y., Vickers, J. 2006. Asteroid mega-impacts and Precambrian banded iron formations: 2.63 Ga and 2.56 Ga impact ejecta/fallout at the base of BIF/argillite units, Hamersley Basin, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 254:214-226.

Glikson, A.Y. 2007. Pre-3.2 Ga impact events and geodynamic implications. Eds M.V. Van Kranendonk, H. Smithies, V. Bennett, Earth's Oldest Rocks, Developments in Precambrian, 15:1087-1103.

Glikson, A.Y. 2007. Milestones in the evolution of the atmosphere with reference to climate  change. Aust. J. Earth Sci. 55,:123-157.

Glikson, A.Y. 2008. Field evidence of Eros-scale asteroids and impact-forcing of Precambrian geodynamic episodes, Kaapvaal (South Africa) and Pilbara (Western Australia) Cratons.  Earth Planet. Sci. Lett.  267:558-570

Glikson, A.Y., Hickman, A.H. & Vickers, J. 2008. The Hickman impact crater, Hamersley Ranges, Western Australia. Aust. J. Earth Sci., 55:1107-1117.

Glikson, A.Y. 2009. Mass Extinction of Species: The Role of External Forcing. J. Cosmology 2:230-234.

Glikson, A.Y., Vickers, J. 2010. Asteroid impact connections of crustal evolution. Aust. J. Earth Science 57:79–95.

Glikson, A.Y., Jablonski, D., Westlake, S. 2010. Origin of the Mt Ashmore structural dome, west Bonaparte Basin, Timor Sea. Aust. J. Earth Sci. 57:411–430.

Glikson, A.Y. 2010. Archaean asteroid impacts, banded iron formations and MIF-S anomalies: A discussion. Icarus 207:39–44.

Glikson, A.Y. & Uysal, I.T. 2010. Evidence of impact shock metamorphism in basement granitoids, Cooper Basin, South Australia (Extended abstract). Australian Geothermal Conference 2010, Adelaide.

Garde, A. & Glikson, A.Y., 2011. Recognition of Re-Deformed Planar Deformation Features (PDFs) in Large Impact Structures. Poster, Meteoritic.

Glikson, A.Y., Uysal, I.T., Fitz Gerald, J.D. & Saygin, E. 2013. Geophysical anomalies and quartz microstructures, Eastern Warburton Basin, North-east South Australia: tectonic or impact shock metamorphic origin? Tectonophysics 589:57–76.

Glikson, A.Y. & Uysal, I.T. 2013. Geophysical and structural criteria for the identification of buried impact structures, with reference to Australia.  Earth Sci. Rev. 125:114–122.

Glikson, A.Y., Uysal, I.T., Saygin, E. 2013. Evidence for twin asteroid mega-impacts, Warburton Basin, northeast South Australia. MESA J. 69 Issue 2 – 2013.

Glikson, A.Y., Meixner, A.J., Radke, B., Uysal, I.T., Saygin, E., Vickers J. & Mernagh, T.P. 2015.  Geophysical anomalies and quartz deformation of the Warburton West structure, central Australia. Tectonophysics 643:55-72.

 

Early crustal evolution - Pilbara Craton, Western Australia

 

Glikson, A.Y. 1979. Siderophile and lithophile trace element evolution of the Archaean mantle. BMR J. Aust. Geol. Geophys. 4:253-279.

Jahn, B.M., Glikson, A.Y., Peucat, J.J. & Hickman, A.H. 1980. REE geochemistry and geochronology of Archaean silicic volcanics and granitoids from the Pilbara Block, Western Australia. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 45:1633-1652.

Glikson, A.Y. & Hickman, A.H. 1981. Geochemistry of Archaean volcanic sequences, eastern Pilbara Block, Western Australia. BMR Record 81/36.

Glikson, A.Y. & Hickman, A.H. 1981. Geochemical stratigraphy of Archaean mafic-ultramafic volcanic successions, eastern Pilbara Block, Western Australia. in: Archaean Geology [eds. J.E. Glover & D.I. Groves]. Geol. Soc. Aust. sp. Publ. 7: 287- 300.

Hamilton, P.J., Evensen, N.M., O'Nions, R.K., Glikson, A.Y., & Hickman, A.H., 1981. Sm-Nd dating of the Talga-Talga Subgroup, Warrawoona Group, Pilbara Block, Western Australia. In: Archaean Geology [eds. J.E. Glover & D.I. Groves], Geol. Soc. Aust. sp. Publ. 7:187-192.

Glikson, A.Y. 1983. Geochemistry of Archaean tholeiitic basalt and high-Mg to peridotitic komatiite suites, with petrogenetic implications. Geol. Soc. India Mem. 4: 183-219.

Glikson, A.Y. 1984. Significance of early Archaean mafic- ultramafic xenolith patterns. In: Archaean Geochemistry (ed. A. Kroner, A.M. Goodwin, G.N. Hanson), pp. 263-280. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Glikson, A.Y. 1984. Discussion of the paper - Komatiites and the structure of the Archaean mantle. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 66: 326-328.

Glikson, A.Y., Goodwin, A.M., Hanson, G.N. & Kroner, A., 1984. In: Archaean Geochemistry (eds. A. Kroner, A.M. Goodwin, G.N. Hanson), pp. V-VII, Springer- Verlag, Berlin.

Glikson, A.Y., Pride, C., Jahn, B., Davy, R. & Hickman, A.H. 1986. REE and HFS [Ti, Zr, Nb, P, Y] element evolution of Archaean mafic-ultramafic volcanic suites, Pilbara Block, Western Australia. BMR Record 86/6.

Glikson, A.Y., Davy, R. & Hickman, A.H., 1986. Geochemical data files of Archaean volcanic rocks, Pilbara Block, Western Australia. Aust. Bur. Min. Resour. Record  86/14.

Glikson, A.Y. 1986. Spatial granite-greenstone relationships: evidence from mafic-ultramafic xenolith distribution patterns. in: The Tectonic Evolution of Greenstone Belts. Lunar. Planet. Instit. Contr. 584:44-46.

Glikson, A.Y., Davy, R., Hickman, A.H., Pride, C. & Jahn, B. 1987. Trace elements geochemistry and petrogenesis of Archaean felsic igneous units, Pilbara Block, Western Australia. Aust. Bur. Miner. Resour. Record 87/30.

Gruau, G., Jahn, B., Glikson, A.Y., Davy, R., Hickman, A.H. & Chauvel, C. 1987. Age of the Archaean Talga-Talga Subgroup, Pilbara Block, Western Australia, and early evolution of the mantle: new Sm-Nd evidence. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 85:105-116.

Glikson, A.Y., Davy, R. & Hickman, A.H. 1989. Trace metal distribution in basalts, Pilbara craton, Western Australia, with stratigraphic-Geochemical implications. BMR Record 1991/46.

Sun, S.S., Wallace, D.A., Hoatson, D.M., Glikson, A.Y. & Keays, R.R., 1991. Use of geochemistry as a guide to platinum group element potential of mafic-ultramafic rocks: examples from the west Pilbara Block and Halls Creek Mobile Zone, Western Australia. Precambrian Res. 50:1-35.

 

Early crustal evolution - Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia

 

Glikson, A.Y. 1970.  Geosynclinal evolution and geochemical affinities of early Precambrian systems. Tectonophysics  9: 397- 433.

Glikson, A.Y. 1971. Primitive Archaean element distribution patterns: chemical evidence and tectonic significance. Earth Sci. Planet. Lett. 12: 309-320.

Glikson, A.Y. 1971. Structure and metamorphism of the Kalgoorlie System southwest of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Geol. Soc. Aust sp. Publ. 3: 443-460.

Glikson, A.Y. 1971. Archaean geosynclinal sedimentation near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Geol. Soc. Aust. sp. Publ. 3: 443- 460.

Glikson, A.Y. 1972. Petrology and geochemistry of metamorphosed Archaean ophiolites, Kalgoorlie-Coolgardie, Western Australia. Aust. Bur. Miner. Resour. Bull. 125: 121-189.

Glikson, A.Y. 1972. Early Precambrian evidence of a primitive ocean crust and island nuclei  of sodic granite. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. 83: 3323-3344.

Glikson, A.Y. & Sheraton, J.W. 1972.  Early Precambrian trondhjemitic suites in Western Australia and northwestern Scotland and the geochemical evolution of shields. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 17: 227-242.

Glikson, A.Y. 1973. Discussion: a major unconformity in the Archaean, Jones Creek, Western Australia. J. Geol. Soc. Aust. 20: 229-232.

Glikson, A.Y. & Lambert, I.B. 1973. Relations in space and time between major Precambrian shield units: an interpretation of Western Australian data. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 20:395-403.

Glikson, A.Y. 1976. Stratigraphy and evolution of primary and secondary greenstones: significance of data from southern hemisphere shields. in: Early History of the Earth (ed. B.F. Windley), pp. 257-278. Wyllie and Sons, London.

Glikson, A.Y. & Lambert, I.B. 1976. Vertical zonation and petrogenesis of the early Precambrian crust in Western Australia. Tectonophysics, 30: 55-89.

Glikson, A.Y. 1977. On the origin of early Precambrian gneisses. Contr. Miner. Petrol., 62: 171-178.

Glikson, A.Y. 1978. Archaean granite series and the early crust, Kalgoorlie System, Western Australia. in: Archaean Geochemistry [eds. B.F. Windley and S.M. Naqvi], pp.151-174. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Glikson, A.Y. 1979. Early Precambrian tonalite-trondhjemite sialic nuclei. Earth Sci. Rev. 15: 1-73.

Hallberg, J.A. & Glikson, A.Y. 1980. Archaean granite- greenstone terrains of Western Australia. In: Precambrian of the Southern Continents (ed. D.R. Hunter), pp. 33-103. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

 

Early crustal evolution - Canada, India, South Africa

 

Glikson, A.Y. 1976. Trace element geochemistry and origin of early Precambrian acid igneous series, Barberton Mountain Land, Transvaal. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 40: 1261-1280.

Glikson, A.Y. 1978. On the basement of Canadian greenstone belts. Geosci. Canada, 5: 3-12.

Glikson, A.Y. 1979. On the foundation of the Sargur Group. Geol. Soc. India J.  20: 248-255.

Glikson, A.Y. 1982. The early Precambrian crust with reference to the Indian Shield - an essay. Geol. Soc. India J. 23: 581- 603.

Jahn, B., Gruau, G., & Glikson, A.Y. 1982. Onverwacht Group komatiites, South Africa: REE geochemistry, Sm-Nd age and mantle evolution. Contr. Miner. Petrol. 80: 25-40.

Glikson, A.Y. & Jahn, B. 1985. REE and LIL elements, eastern Kaapvaal shield, south Africa: evidence of crustal evolution by 3-stage melting. Geol. Soc. Canada sp. Pap. 28: 303-324.

 

Proterozoic crustal evolution

 

Glikson, A.Y. 1976. Archaean to early Proterozoic shield elements: relevance of plate tectonics. Geol. Assoc. Canada sp. Publ. 14: 489-516.

Glikson, A.Y. 1977. Evidence on the radius of the Precambrian Earth. BMR J. Aust. Geol. Geophys. 2: 229-232.

Glikson, A.Y. 1980. Precambrian sial-sima relations: evidence of Earth expansion? Tectonophysics 63: 193-234.

Glikson, A.Y. 1979. The missing Precambrian crust. Geology 7: 449-454.

Glikson, A.Y. 1980. Reply to discussion. The missing Precambrian crust. Geology 8: 114-117.

Glikson, A.Y. 1980. Uniformitarian assumptions, plate tectonics and the Precambrian Earth. In: Precambrian Plate Tectonics (ed. A. Kroner), pp. 91-104. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Glikson, A.Y. 1983. Discussion of the paper - Exposed cross sections through the continental crust: implications to crustal structure, petrology and evolution. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 64: 168-170.

Glikson, A.Y. 1983. Geochemical, isotopic and palaeomagnetic tests of early sial-sima patterns: the Precambrian crustal enigma revisited. Geol. Soc. Am. Mem. 161: 95-118.

 

Regional Geology - Mount Isa/Cloncurry, North-western Queensland

 

Glikson, A.Y. & Derrick, G.M. 1970. The Proterozoic metamorphic rocks of the Cloncurry 1:100 000 Sheet area, North-western Queensland. BMR Record 1970/24.

Glikson, A.Y. 1972. Structural setting and origin of Proterozoic calc-silicate mega-breccia: Cloncurry region, north-western Queensland. J. Geol. Soc. Aust. 19: 53-56.

Derrick, G.M., Wilson, I.H., Hill, R.M., Glikson, A.Y. & Mitchell, J.E. 1974. Geology of the Mary Kathleen 1:100 000 Sheet area, Queensland. Aust. Bur. Min. Resour. Record 74/90.

Glikson, A.Y., Derrick, G.M., Wilson, I.H. & Hill, R.M. 1976. Tectonic evolution and crustal setting of the middle Proterozoic Leichhardt river fault trough, Mount Isa region, northwestern Queensland. BMR J. Aust. Geol. Geophys. 1: 115-129.

Derrick, G.M., Wilson, I.H., Hill, R.M., Glikson, A.Y. & Mitchell, J.E. 1977. Geology of the Mary Kathleen 1:100 000 Sheet area, Northwest Queensland. Aust. Bur. Miner. Resour. Bull. 193.

Glikson, A.Y. & Derrick, G.M. 1978. Geology and geochemistry of middle Proterozoic basic volcanic belts, Mount Isa-Cloncurry, North-western Queensland. Aust. Bur. Miner. Resour. Record 1978/48.

 

Regional geology - Western Musgrave Block, central Australia

 

Glikson, A.Y. 1989. New evidence on the significance of ultrabasic components of the layered, Giles Complex, central Australia. BMR Research Newsletter 10: 4-6

Ballhaus, C.G. & Glikson, A.Y. 1989. Magma mixing and intraplutonic quenching in the Giles Complex, central Australia. J. Petrol. 30: 1443-65.

Glikson, A.Y. 1990. The Giles Complex, central Australia: new insights into tectonics and Metamorphism. BMR Research Newsletter 12: 18-20

Glikson, A.Y. & Mernagh, T. 1990. Major pseudotachylite breccia-vein networks, Giles layered basic-ultrabasic complex, western Musgrave Block, central Australia. BMR J. Aust. Geol. Geophys. 11: 509-519.

Glikson, A.Y., Ballhaus, C.G., Golby, B.R. & Shaw, R.D. 1990. Major thrust faults and crustal zonation of the middle to upper Proterozoic crust in central Australia. NATO Advanced Study Institute on Exposed Cross Sections Through the Continental Crust, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, pp. 285-304.

Glikson, A.Y., Ballhaus, C.G. & Pharaoh, T.C. 1990. New insights into the structure and metamorphism of the Giles Complex, western Musgrave Block, central Australia. BMR Res. Newsletter 12: 18-20.

Stewart, A.J. & Glikson, A.Y. 1991. The felsic metamorphic/igneous core complexes hosting the Giles Complex. BMR Res. Newsletter 14: 6-7.

Glikson, A.Y. 1992. NGMA mapping in granulite/gneiss terrains of central Australia. BMR Res.Newsletter 16: 22.

Ballhaus, C.G., Glikson, A.Y. & Keays, R.R. 1991. Magmatic evolution and economic potential of the Giles layered igneous complex, central Australia. BMR Research Newsletter 16: 6-9.

Clarke, G.L., Buick, I.S. & Glikson, A.Y. 1992. Contact relationships and structure of the Hinckley Gabbro and host rocks, Giles Complex, western Musgrave Block, W.A.. BMR Research Newsletter 17: 6-8.

Clarke, G.L, Stewart, A.J. & Glikson, A.Y. 1993. High pressure eclogite facies metamorphism associated with the Woodroffe thrust. AGSO Res. News. 18: 6-7.

Glikson, A.Y., Ballhaus, C.G., Clarke, G.L., Sheraton, J.W., Stewart, A.J. & Sun, S.S. 1994. Structure and petrology of the upper Proterozoic Giles Complex, western Musgrave Block, central Australia: evidence for deep crustal mafic-ultramafic magmatism and related anatexis. 12th Geol. Soc. Aust. Conv. extended abstracts No. 37, 133.

Glikson, A.Y. 1995. Editor’s Preface: the Giles mafic-ultramafic complex and environs, western Musgrave Block, central Australia. AGSO Journal, 16/1&2:1

Glikson, A.Y., Ballhaus, C.G., Clarke, G.L., Sheraton, J.W., Stewart, A.J. & Sun, S.S., 1995. Geological framework and crustal evolution of the Giles mafic/ultramafic complex and environs, western Musgrave Block, central Australia. AGSO Journal, 16/1&2: 41-68.

Ballhaus, C.G. & Glikson, A.Y. 1995. Petrology of layered mafic-ultramafic intrusions of  the Giles Complex, western Musgrave Block, central Australia. AGSO Journal, 16/1&2: 69-90.

Clarke, G.L., Buick, I.S., Glikson. A.Y. & Stewart, A.J. 1995. structural and pressure-temperature evolution of host rocks of the Giles Complex, western Musgrave Block, central Australia: evidence for multiple high-pressure events. AGSO Journal, 16/1&2: 127-146.

Glikson, A.Y, Ballhaus, C.G., Clarke, G.L., Sheraton, J.W. & Sun, S.S. 1995. Geology of the Giles Complex and Environs, western Musgrave Block, central Australia. AGSO Bulletin 239, 209 p.

 

Regional Geology - Arunta Block, central Australia

 

Evans, T.G. & Glikson, A.Y. 1969. Geology of the Napperby Sheet area, Northern Territory. Aust. Bur. Miner. Resour. Record 1969/85.

Stewart, A.J., Glikson, A.Y., Warren, R.G. & Offe, L. 1980. Geology of the north Arunta block, N.T. BMR Record 1980/63.

Glikson, A.Y. 1984. Granulite-gneiss terrains of the southwestern Arunta Block, central Australia: Glen Helen, Narwietooma and Anburla 1:100 000 Sheet areas. BMR Record 1984/22.

Glikson, A.Y. 1986. Regional structure and evolution of the Redbank-Mt Zeil thrust zone: a major lineament in the Arunta Inlier, central Australia. BMR J. Aust. Geol. Geophys. 10: 89-107.

Glikson, A.Y. 1987. An upthrusted early Proterozoic basic granulite-anorthosite suite and anatectic gneisses, southwestern Arunta Block, central Australia: evidence on the nature of the lower crust. Trans. Geol. Soc. S. Afr. 89: 263-283.

Glikson, A.Y. & Foden, J. 1990. Geochemistry of an early Proterozoic basic granulite – gneiss suite and petrogenetic implications, Arunta Inlier, central Australia. in: Precambrian Continental Crust and its Economic Resources [ed. S.M. Naqvi]. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 287-326

 

Lamproites

 

Gorter, J.D. & Glikson, A.Y. 2002. Fohn lamproite and a possible Late Eocene - pre-Miocene diatreme field, Northern Bonaparte Basin, Timor Sea. Australian Journal of Earth Science 49: 847-868

 

Image processing and Remote sensing

 

Glikson, A.Y. 1992. Mapping in high grade terrains: use of remotely sensed data and airborne geophysics. BMR Research Newsletter 16: 22-23

Glikson, A.Y. 1993. Landsat Thematic Mapper image correlations: application to NGMA mapping of the western Musgrave Block, central Australia. 7th Australasian Remote Sensing Conference, Melbourne, 6 pp.

Glikson, A.Y. 1994. Landsat-5 thematic mapper correlation: application to NGMA mapping of the Western Musgrave Block, central Australia. AGSO Record 1994/17.

Glikson, A.Y. & Creasey, J.W. 1994. Landsat-5-TM correlations in high grade metamorphic and igneous terrains: the Tomkinson Ranges-Jameson region, Musgrave Block, central Australia. 12th Geol. Soc. Aust. Conv. extended abstracts No. 37, 135.

Glikson, A.Y. & Creasey, J.W. 1995. Landsat-5-TM and Geoscan MKI correlations of the Giles Complex and associated granulites, Tomkinson Ranges, central Australia. AGSO Journal, 16/1&2: 173-193.

Glikson, A.Y., 1997. Mineral mapping in the north Pilbara Craton: a directed principal components of band ratios method for correlating Landsat-5 Thematic Mapper spectral data with geology. AGSO Research Newsletter 26:1-4.

Glikson, A.Y. 1997. Explanatory notes for a Landsat-5-TM image series processed according to an RGB directed principal components/band ratio formula, northern Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. AGSO Research Record 1997/20.

Glikson, A.Y. 1998. Landsat-5 Thematic mapper multispectral-lithological correlations, north Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. AGSO Research Record  1998/22.

 

 

 

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