David Wacey
David Wacey
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Microfossils of sulphur-metabolizing cells in 3.4-billion-year-old rocks of Western Australia
D Wacey, MR Kilburn, M Saunders, J Cliff, MD Brasier
Nature Geoscience 4 (10), 698-702, 2011
Precipitation of dolomite using sulphate‐reducing bacteria from the Coorong Region, South Australia: significance and implications
DT Wright, D Wacey
Sedimentology 52 (5), 987-1008, 2005
A fresh look at the fossil evidence for early Archaean cellular life
M Brasier, N McLoughlin, O Green, D Wacey
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361 …, 2006
Microbially Induced Sedimentary Structures Recording an Ancient Ecosystem in the ca. 3.48 Billion-Year-Old Dresser Formation, Pilbara, Western Australia
N Noffke, D Christian, D Wacey, RM Hazen
Astrobiology 13 (12), 1103-1124, 2013
A stable isotope study of microbial dolomite formation in the Coorong Region, South Australia
D Wacey, DT Wright, AJ Boyce
Chemical Geology 244 (1-2), 155-174, 2007
Changing the picture of Earth's earliest fossils (3.5–1.9 Ga) with new approaches and new discoveries
MD Brasier, J Antcliffe, M Saunders, D Wacey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (16), 4859-4864, 2015
On biogenicity criteria for endolithic microborings on early Earth and beyond
N McLoughlin, MD Brasier, D Wacey, OR Green, RS Perry
Astrobiology 7 (1), 10-26, 2007
Cyanobacterial evolution during the Precambrian
BE Schirrmeister, P Sanchez-Baracaldo, D Wacey
International Journal of Astrobiology 15 (3), 187-204, 2016
Early life on earth: a practical guide
D Wacey
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
In situ multiple sulfur isotope analysis by SIMS of pyrite, chalcopyrite, pyrrhotite, and pentlandite to refine magmatic ore genetic models
C LaFlamme, L Martin, H Jeon, SM Reddy, V Selvaraja, S Caruso, TH Bui, ...
Chemical Geology 444, 1-15, 2016
Sedimentary dolomite: a reality check
DT Wright, D Wacey
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 235 (1), 65-74, 2004
Two coexisting sulfur metabolisms in a ca. 3400 Ma sandstone
D Wacey, N McLoughlin, MJ Whitehouse, MR Kilburn
Geology 38 (12), 1115-1118, 2010
Taphonomy of very ancient microfossils from the∼ 3400 Ma Strelley Pool Formation and∼ 1900 Ma Gunflint Formation: New insights using a focused ion beam
D Wacey, S Menon, L Green, D Gerstmann, C Kong, N Mcloughlin, ...
Precambrian Research 220, 234-250, 2012
Stromatolites in the∼ 3400 Ma Strelley Pool Formation, Western Australia: examining biogenicity from the macro-to the nano-scale
D Wacey
Astrobiology 10 (4), 381-395, 2010
Use of NanoSIMS in the search for early life on Earth: ambient inclusion trails in a c. 3400 Ma sandstone
D Wacey, MR Kilburn, N McLoughlin, J Parnell, CA Stoakes, ...
Journal of the Geological Society 165 (1), 43-53, 2008
Uncovering framboidal pyrite biogenicity using nano-scale CNorg mapping
D Wacey, MR Kilburn, M Saunders, JB Cliff, C Kong, AG Liu, JJ Matthews, ...
Geology 43 (1), 27-30, 2015
Enhanced cellular preservation by clay minerals in 1 billion-year-old lakes
D Wacey, M Saunders, M Roberts, S Menon, L Green, C Kong, T Culwick, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-11, 2014
Going nano: a new step toward understanding the processes governing freshwater ooid formation
M Pacton, D Ariztegui, D Wacey, MR Kilburn, C Rollion-Bard, R Farah, ...
Geology 40 (6), 547-550, 2012
Nanoscale analysis of pyritized microfossils reveals differential heterotrophic consumption in the∼ 1.9-Ga Gunflint chert
D Wacey, N McLoughlin, MR Kilburn, M Saunders, JB Cliff, C Kong, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (20), 8020-8024, 2013
Earliest microbially mediated pyrite oxidation in~ 3.4 billion-year-old sediments
D Wacey, M Saunders, MD Brasier, MR Kilburn
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 301 (1-2), 393-402, 2011
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