Hartwig Frimmel
Hartwig Frimmel
Institute of Geography and Geology, University of Wurzburg, Germany
Verified email at uni-wuerzburg.de
TitleCited byYear
Trace element distribution in Neoproterozoic carbonates as palaeoenvironmental indicator
HE Frimmel
Chemical Geology 258 (3-4), 338-353, 2009
2072009
A connection between the Neoproterozoic Dom Feliciano (Brazil/Uruguay) and Gariep (Namibia/South Africa) orogenic belts–evidence from a reconnaissance provenance study
MAS Basei, HE Frimmel, AP Nutman, F Preciozzi, J Jacob
Precambrian Research 139 (3-4), 195-221, 2005
2002005
Neoproterozoic tectono-thermal evolution of the Gariep Belt and its basement, Namibia and South Africa
HE Frimmel, W Frank
Precambrian Research 90 (1-2), 1-28, 1998
1901998
New Pb-Pb single zircon age constraints on the timing of Neoproterozoic glaciation and continental break-up in Namibia
HE Frimmel, US Klötzli, PR Siegfried
The Journal of Geology 104 (4), 459-469, 1996
1851996
West Gondwana amalgamation based on detrital zircon ages from Neoproterozoic Ribeira and Dom Feliciano belts of South America and comparison with coeval sequences from SW Africa
MAS Basei, HE Frimmel, AP Nutman, F Preciozzi
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 294 (1), 239-256, 2008
1562008
Archaean atmospheric evolution: evidence from the Witwatersrand gold fields, South Africa
HE Frimmel
Earth-Science Reviews 70 (1-2), 1-46, 2005
1522005
The formation and preservation of the Witwatersrand goldfields, the world’s largest gold province
HE Frimmel, DI Groves, J Kirk, J Ruiz, J Chesley, WEL Minter
Economic Geology 100, 769-797, 2005
1482005
Earth's continental crustal gold endowment
HE Frimmel
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 267 (1-2), 45-55, 2008
1252008
Morphology of Witwatersrand gold grains from the Basal Reef; evidence for their detrital origin
WEL Minter, M Goedhart, J Knight, HE Frimmel
Economic Geology 88 (2), 237-248, 1993
1251993
Early Cambrian ocean anoxia in south China
SY Jiang, DH Pi, C Heubeck, H Frimmel, YP Liu, HL Deng, HF Ling, ...
Nature 459 (7248), E5-E6, 2009
1222009
Trace-element characteristics of different pyrite types in Mesoarchaean to Palaeoproterozoic placer deposits
N Koglin, HE Frimmel, WEL Minter, H Brätz
Mineralium Deposita 45 (3), 259-280, 2010
1162010
Recent developments concerning the geological history and genesis of the Witwatersrand gold deposits, South Africa
HE Frimmel, WEL Minter
SPECIAL PUBLICATION-SOCIETY OF ECONOMIC GEOLOGISTS 9, 17-46, 2002
1082002
The Richtersveld Igneous Complex, South Africa: U-Pb zircon and geochemical evidence for the beginning of Neoproterozoic continental breakup
HE Frimmel, RE Zartman, A Späth
The Journal of Geology 109 (4), 493-508, 2001
1082001
Neoproterozoic tectonic and climatic evolution recorded in the Gariep Belt, Namibia and South Africa
HE Frimmel, PG Fölling, PG Eriksson
Basin Research 14 (1), 55-67, 2002
1012002
A case study of the postdepositional alteration of the Witwatersrand Basal Reef gold placer
HE Frimmel, AP Le Roex, J Knight, WEL Minter
Economic Geology 88 (2), 249-265, 1993
981993
Provenance and chemostratigraphy of the Neoproterozoic West Congolian Group in the Democratic Republic of Congo
HE Frimmel, L Tack, MS Basei, AP Nutman, A Boven
Journal of African Earth Sciences 46 (3), 221-239, 2006
972006
Neoproterozoic geodynamic evolution of SW-Gondwana: a southern African perspective
HE Frimmel, MS Basei, C Gaucher
International Journal of Earth Sciences 100 (2-3), 323-354, 2011
942011
Chemostratigraphic correlation of carbonate successions in the Gariep and Saldania Belts, Namibia and South Africa
PG Fölling, HE Frimmel
Basin Research 14 (1), 69-88, 2002
922002
Geochemistry and tectonic setting of magmatic units in the Pan-African Gariep Belt, Namibia
HE Frimmel, CJH Hartnady, F Koller
Chemical Geology 130 (1-2), 101-121, 1996
881996
Pan-African Tectonism in the Western Maud Belt: PTt Path for High-grade Gneisses in the H.U. Sverdrupfjella, East Antarctica
WS Board, HE Frimmel, RA Armstrong
Journal of Petrology 46 (4), 671-699, 2005
842005
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