P.C. Ryan
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The origin and diagenesis of grain-coating serpentine-chlorite in Tuscaloosa Formation sandstones, US Gulf Coast
PC Ryan, RC Reynolds
American Mineralogist 81 (1-2), 213-225, 1996
The temporal evolution of pedogenic Fe–smectite to Fe–kaolin via interstratified kaolin–smectite in a moist tropical soil chronosequence
PC Ryan, FJ Huertas
Geoderma 151 (1-2), 1-15, 2009
Identification of halloysite (7 ┼) by ethylene glycol solvation: the ‘MacEwan effect’
S Hillier, PC Ryan
Clay minerals 37 (3), 487-496, 2002
Insights into sequential chemical extraction procedures from quantitative XRD: a study of trace metal partitioning in sediments related to frog malformities
PC Ryan, AJ Wall, S Hillier, L Clark
Chemical Geology 184 (3-4), 337-357, 2002
Stepwise effects of the BCR sequential chemical extraction procedure on dissolution and metal release from common ferromagnesian clay minerals: a combined solution chemistryá…
PC Ryan, S Hillier, AJ Wall
Science of the Total Environment 407 (1), 603-614, 2008
Berthierine/chamosite, corrensite, and discrete chlorite from evolved verdine and evaporite-associated facies in the Jurassic Sundance Formation, Wyoming
PC Ryan, S Hillier
American Mineralogist 87 (11-12), 1607-1615, 2002
The 10 ┼ to 7 ┼ halloysite transition in a tropical soil sequence, Costa Rica
CQ Kautz, PC Ryan
Clays and Clay Minerals 51 (3), 252-263, 2003
Parent material and chemical weathering in alpine soils on Mt. Mansfield, Vermont, USA
JS Munroe, G Farrugia, PC Ryan
Catena 70 (1), 39-48, 2007
The smectite-to-disordered kaolinite transition in a tropical soil chronosequence, Pacific Coast, Costa Rica
GB Fisher, PC Ryan
Clays and Clay Minerals 54 (5), 571-586, 2006
Environmental and Low-Temperature Geochemistry
P Ryan
John Wiley & Sons, 2019
The chemical composition of serpentine/chlorite in the Tuscaloosa Formation, United States Gulf Coast: EDX vs. XRD determinations, implications for mineralogic reactions andá…
PC Ryan, RC Reynolds
Clays and Clay Minerals 45 (3), 339-352, 1997
Cenozoic evolution of the Montana Cordillera: Evidence from paleovalleys
JW Sears, PC Ryan
Rocky Mountain Section (SEPM), 2003
Ultramafic-derived arsenic in a fractured bedrock aquifer
PC Ryan, J Kim, AJ Wall, JC Moen, LG Corenthal, DR Chow, CM Sullivan, ...
Applied Geochemistry 26 (4), 444-457, 2011
The influence of soil age and regional climate on clay mineralogy and cation exchange capacity of moist tropical soils: A case study from Late Quaternary chronosequences iná…
LN Pincus, PC Ryan, FJ Huertas, GE Alvarado
Geoderma 308, 130-148, 2017
Source of arsenic-bearing pyrite in southwestern Vermont, USA: sulfur isotope evidence
H Mango, P Ryan
Science of the total environment 505, 1331-1339, 2015
Arsenic in a fractured slate aquifer system, New England, USA: influence of bedrock geochemistry, groundwater flow paths, redox and ion exchange
PC Ryan, JJ Kim, H Mango, K Hattori, A Thompson
Applied Geochemistry 39, 181-192, 2013
Kaolinite and halloysite derived from sequential transformation of pedogenic smectite and kaolinite-smectite in a 120 ka tropical soil chronosequence
PC Ryan, FJ Huertas, FWC Hobbs, LN Pincus
Clays and Clay Minerals 64 (5), 639-667, 2016
Reaction pathways of clay minerals in tropical soils: insights from kaolinite-smectite synthesis experiments
PC Ryan, FJ Huertas
Clays and Clay Minerals 61 (4), 303-318, 2013
The influence of metamorphic grade on arsenic in metasedimentary bedrock aquifers: a case study from western New England, USA
PC Ryan, DP West, K Hattori, S Studwell, DN Allen, J Kim
Science of the Total Environment 505, 1320-1330, 2015
Petrology, chemistry, and clay mineralogy of a K-bentonite in the Proterozoic Belt Supergroup of western Montana
JA Moe, PC Ryan, WC Elliott, RC Reynolds
Journal of Sedimentary Research 66 (1), 95-99, 1996
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