R. Mark Leckie
R. Mark Leckie
Professor of Geosciences, University of Massachusetts
Verified email at geo.umass.edu
TitleCited byYear
Oceanic anoxic events and plankton evolution: Biotic response to tectonic forcing during the mid‐Cretaceous
RM Leckie, TJ Bralower, R Cashman
Paleoceanography 17 (3), 13-1-13-29, 2002
7352002
Global cooling during the Eocene-Oligocene climate transition
Z Liu, M Pagani, D Zinniker, R DeConto, M Huber, H Brinkhuis, SR Shah, ...
Science 323 (5918), 1187-1190, 2009
5122009
Timing and paleoceanography of oceanic dysoxia/anoxia in the Late Barremian to Early Aptian (Early Cretaceous)
TJ Bralower, MA Arthur, RM Leckie, WV Sliter, DJ Allard, SO Schlanger
Palaios, 335-369, 1994
2921994
Paleoecology of mid-Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera: a comparison of open ocean and epicontinental sea assemblages
RM Leckie
Micropaleontology, 164-176, 1987
2651987
An integrated Cretaceous microfossil biostratigraphy
TJ Bralower, RM Leckie, WV Sliter, HR Thierstein
Special Publications of SEPM, 1995
2361995
Mid-Cretaceous strontium-isotope stratigraphy of deep-sea sections
TJ Bralower, PD Fullagar, CK Paull, GS Dwyer, RM Leckie
Geological Society of America Bulletin 109 (11), 1421-1442, 1997
2031997
Dysoxic/anoxic episodes in the Aptian-Albian (Early Cretaceous)
WV SLITER, MA ARTHUR, RM LECKIE, D Allard, SO Schlanger
The Mesozoic Pacific: Geology, Tectonics, and Volcanism: Washington, DC …, 1993
1981993
Paleoceanography of the southwestern Western Interior Sea during the time of the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary (Late Cretaceous)
RM Leckie, RF Yuretich, OLO West, D Finkelstein, M Schmidt
Special Publications of SEPM, 1998
1961998
The Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary cocktail: Chicxulub impact triggers margin collapse and extensive sediment gravity flows
TJ Bralower, CK Paull, R Mark Leckie
Geology 26 (4), 331-334, 1998
1881998
Foraninifera of the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary Interval, Greenhorn Formation, Rock Canyon Anticline, Pueblo, Colorado
RM Leckie
Special Publications of SEPM, 1985
1581985
A paleoceanographic model for the early evolutionary history of planktonic foraminifera
RM Leckie
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 73 (1-2), 107-138, 1989
1551989
Foraminiferal assemblage and stable isotopic change across the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary in the subtropical North Atlantic
BT Huber, RM Leckie, RD Norris, TJ Bralower, E CoBabe
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 29 (4), 392-417, 1999
1431999
High-resolution Neogene planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy of Site 806, Ontong Java Plateau (western equatorial Pacific)
WP Chaisson, RM Leckie
Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results 130, 137-178, 1993
1211993
Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Vol. 42, Part 2. Istanbul, Turkey to Istanbul, Turkey
DA Ross, And 12 others
US Government Printing Office, 1978
120*1978
Mid-Cretaceous planktonic foraminiferal biostratigraphy off central Morocco, Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 79, Sites 545 and 547
RM Leckie
Initial Reports Deep Sea Drilling Project 79, 579-620, 1984
1151984
Active-learning methods to improve student performance and scientific interest in a large introductory oceanography course
RF Yuretich, SA Khan, RM Leckie, JJ Clement
Journal of Geoscience Education 49 (2), 111-119, 2001
1082001
Greenhouse world and the Mesozoic ocean
R Takashima, H Nishi, BT Huber, RM Leckie
Oceanography, 2006
1042006
Planktic foraminiferal species turnover across deep-sea Aptian/Albian boundary sections
BT Huber, RM Leckie
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 41 (1), 53-95, 2011
1022011
Foraminiferal zonation of Great Sippewissett salt marsh (Falmouth, Massachusetts)
DK Scott, RM Leckie
Journal of Foraminiferal Research 20 (3), 248-266, 1990
961990
Foraminifera as proxies for sea-level change on siliciclastic margins
RM Leckie, HC Olson
Special Publications of SEPM, 2003
862003
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