Jesse R Reimink
Jesse R Reimink
Assistant Professor, Department of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University
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Earth’s earliest evolved crust generated in an Iceland-like setting
JR Reimink, T Chacko, RA Stern, LM Heaman
Nature Geoscience 7 (7), 529-533, 2014
No evidence for Hadean continental crust within Earth’s oldest evolved rock unit
JR Reimink, J Davies, T Chacko, RA Stern, LM Heaman, C Sarkar, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (10), 777-780, 2016
The birth of a cratonic nucleus: lithogeochemical evolution of the 4.02–2.94 Ga Acasta Gneiss Complex
JR Reimink, T Chacko, RA Stern, LM Heaman
Precambrian Research 281, 453-472, 2016
Hafnium isotopes in zircons document the gradual onset of mobile-lid tectonics
AM Bauer, JR Reimink, T Chacko, BJ Foley, SB Shirey, DG Pearson
Geochemical Perspectives Letters 14, 1-6, 2020
Petrogenesis and tectonics of the Acasta Gneiss Complex derived from integrated petrology and 142Nd and 182W extinct nuclide-geochemistry
JR Reimink, T Chacko, RW Carlson, SB Shirey, J Liu, RA Stern, AM Bauer, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 494, 12-22, 2018
The nature of Earth’s first crust
RW Carlson, M Garçon, J O’neil, J Reimink, H Rizo
Chemical Geology 530, 119321, 2019
Onset of new, progressive crustal growth in the central Slave craton at 3.55 Ga
JR Reimink, DG Pearson, SB Shirey, RW Carlson, JWF Ketchum
Geochemical Perspectives Letters 10, 8-13, 2019
A comparison between zircons from the Acasta Gneiss Complex and the Jack Hills region
JR Reimink, JHFL Davies, AM Bauer, T Chacko
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 531, 115975, 2020
Tungsten-182 in the upper continental crust: Evidence from glacial diamictites
A Mundl, RJ Walker, JR Reimink, RL Rudnick, RM Gaschnig
Chemical Geology 494, 144-152, 2018
Dealing with discordance: a novel approach for analysing U–Pb detrital zircon datasets
JR Reimink, JHFL Davies, JWF Waldron, X Rojas
Journal of the Geological Society 173 (4), 577-585, 2016
Global zircon analysis records a gradual rise of continental crust throughout the Neoarchean
JR Reimink, JHFL Davies, A Ielpi
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 554, 116654, 2021
Titanium isotopes constrain a magmatic transition at the Hadean-Archean boundary in the Acasta Gneiss Complex
SM Aarons, JR Reimink, ND Greber, AW Heard, Z Zhang, N Dauphas
Science advances 6 (50), eabc9959, 2020
Tungsten Isotope Composition of Archean Crustal Reservoirs and Implications for Terrestrial μ182W Evolution
JR Reimink, A Mundl‐Petermeier, RW Carlson, SB Shirey, RJ Walker, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 21 (7), e2020GC009155, 2020
The Acasta gneiss complex
JR Reimink, AM Bauer, T Chacko
Earth’s Oldest Rocks, 329-348, 2019
Revised chronology of northwest Laurentide ice-sheet deglaciation from 10Be exposure ages on boulder erratics
AV Reyes, AE Carlson, GA Milne, L Tarasov, JR Reimink, MW Caffee
Quaternary Science Reviews 277, 107369, 2022
Titaniferous accessory minerals in very low-grade metamorphic rocks, Keweenaw Peninsula Michigan, USA
E Hansen, J Reimink, D Harlov
Lithos 116 (1-2), 167-174, 2010
Mesoarchean diamonds formed in thickened lithosphere, caused by slab-stacking
S Timmerman, JR Reimink, A Vezinet, F Nestola, K Kublik, A Banas, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 592, 117633, 2022
Investigating complex isochron data using mixture models
JHFL Davies, TE Sheldrake, JR Reimink, JF Wotzlaw, C Moeck, A Finlay
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 19 (10), 4035-4047, 2018
Earth’s earliest evolved crust generated in an Iceland-like setting. Nat. Geosci. 7, 529–533
JR Reimink, T Chacko, RA Stern, LM Heaman
A whole-lithosphere view of continental growth
JR Reimink, J Davies, JF Moyen, DG Pearson
Geochem. Persp. Lett 26, 45-49, 2023
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