David Craw
David Craw
Professor of Geology, University of Otago
Verified email at otago.ac.nz - Homepage
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Erosion, Himalayan geodynamics, and the geomorphology of metamorphism
PK Zeitler, AS Meltzer, PO Koons, D Craw, B Hallet, CP Chamberlain, ...
Gsa Today 11 (1), 4-9, 2001
4982001
The Dun Mountain ophiolite belt, New Zealand, its tectonic setting, constitution, and origin, with special reference to the southern portion
DS Coombs, CA Landis, RJ Norris, JM Sinton, DJ Borns, D Craw
American journal of science 276 (5), 561-603, 1976
3771976
Sources of metals and fluids in orogenic gold deposits: insights from the Otago and Alpine Schists, New Zealand
IK Pitcairn, DAH Teagle, D Craw, GR Olivo, R Kerrich, TS Brewer
Economic Geology 101 (8), 1525-1546, 2006
2802006
Goodbye Gondwana? New Zealand biogeography, geology, and the problem of circularity
JM Waters, D Craw
Systematic Biology 55 (2), 351-356, 2006
2192006
Crustal reworking at Nanga Parbat, Pakistan: Metamorphic consequences of thermal‐mechanical coupling facilitated by erosion
PK Zeitler, PO Koons, MP Bishop, CP Chamberlain, D Craw, MA Edwards, ...
Tectonics 20 (5), 712-728, 2001
2112001
Geological dates and molecular rates: fish DNA sheds light on time dependency
CP Burridge, D Craw, D Fletcher, JM Waters
Molecular Biology and Evolution 25 (4), 624-633, 2008
2082008
Climatic and tectonic controls on chemical weathering in the New Zealand Southern Alps
AD Jacobson, JD Blum, CP Chamberlain, D Craw, PO Koons
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 67 (1), 29-46, 2003
2072003
The geomicrobiology of gold
F Reith, MF Lengke, D Falconer, D Craw, G Southam
The ISME Journal 1 (7), 567-584, 2007
2062007
Environmental mobility of antimony around mesothermal stibnite deposits, New South Wales, Australia and southern New Zealand
PM Ashley, D Craw, BP Graham, DA Chappell
Journal of Geochemical Exploration 77 (1), 1-14, 2003
1892003
Environmental arsenopyrite stability and dissolution: theory, experiment, and field observations
D Craw, D Falconer, JH Youngson
Chemical geology 199 (1-2), 71-82, 2003
1862003
Genes meet geology: fish phylogeographic pattern reflects ancient, rather than modern, drainage connections
JM Waters, D Craw, JH Youngson, GP Wallis
Evolution 55 (9), 1844-1851, 2001
1792001
Antimony distribution and environmental mobility at an historic antimony smelter site, New Zealand
NJ Wilson, D Craw, K Hunter
Environmental Pollution 129 (2), 257-266, 2004
1722004
Topographic development of the Southern Alps recorded by the isotopic composition of authigenic clay minerals, South Island, New Zealand
CP Chamberlain, MA Poage, D Craw, RC Reynolds
Chemical Geology 155 (3-4), 279-294, 1999
1661999
Mechanical links between erosion and metamorphism in Nanga Parbat, Pakistan Himalaya
PO Koons, PK Zeitler, CP Chamberlain, D Craw, AS Meltzer
American Journal of Science 302 (9), 749-773, 2002
1652002
River capture, range expansion, and cladogenesis: the genetic signature of freshwater vicariance
CP Burridge, D Craw, JM Waters
Evolution 60 (5), 1038-1049, 2006
1542006
Geochemistry of late metamorphic hydrothermal alteration and graphitisation of host rock, Macraes gold mine, Otago Schist, New Zealand
D Craw
Chemical Geology 191 (4), 257-275, 2002
1412002
Infrared spectroscopic characterisation of arsenate (V) ion adsorption from mine waters, Macraes Mine, New Zealand
AJ Roddick-Lanzilotta, AJ McQuillan, D Craw
Applied Geochemistry 17 (4), 445-454, 2002
1302002
Stable isotopic and fluid inclusion evidence for meteoric fluid penetration into an active mountain belt; Alpine Schist, New Zealand
GRT Jenkin, D Craw, AE Fallick
Journal of metamorphic geology 12 (4), 429-444, 1994
1151994
Fluid flow during active oblique convergence: a Southern Alps model from mechanical and geochemical observations
PO Koons, D Craw, SC Cox, P Upton, AS Templeton, CP Chamberlain
Geology 26 (2), 159-162, 1998
1121998
Gold mineralization without quartz veins in a ductile-brittle shear zone, Macraes Mine, Otago Schist, New Zealand
D Craw, SJ Windle, PV Angus
Mineralium Deposita 34 (4), 382-394, 1999
1101999
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