David AD Evans
David AD Evans
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TitleCited byYear
Stratigraphic, geochronological, and paleomagnetic constraints upon the Neoproterozoic climatic paradox
DAD Evans
American Journal of Science 300 (5), 347-433, 2000
3782000
Age of Neoproterozoic bilatarian body and trace fossils, White Sea, Russia: Implications for metazoan evolution
MW Martin, DV Grazhdankin, SA Bowring, DAD Evans, MA Fedonkin, ...
Science 288 (5467), 841-845, 2000
3752000
Evidence for a large-scale reorganization of Early Cambrian continental masses by inertial interchange true polar wander
JL Kirschvink, RL Ripperdan, DA Evans
Science 277 (5325), 541-545, 1997
3321997
Low-latitude glaciation in the Palaeoproterozoic era
DA Evans, NJ Beukes, JL Kirschvink
Nature 386 (6622), 262, 1997
3291997
Models of Rodinia assembly and fragmentation
SA Pisarevsky, MTD Wingate, CMA Powell, S Johnson, DAD Evans
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 206 (1), 35-55, 2003
3242003
Assembly and breakup of the core of Paleoproterozoic–Mesoproterozoic supercontinent Nuna
DAD Evans, RN Mitchell
Geology 39 (5), 443-446, 2011
2882011
Pre-Rodinia supercontinent Nuna shaping up: a global synthesis with new paleomagnetic results from North China
S Zhang, ZX Li, DAD Evans, H Wu, H Li, J Dong
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 353, 145-155, 2012
2792012
Neoproterozoic glaciations in a revised global palaeogeography from the breakup of Rodinia to the assembly of Gondwanaland
ZX Li, DAD Evans, GP Halverson
Sedimentary Geology 294, 219-232, 2013
2362013
The palaeomagnetically viable, long-lived and all-inclusive Rodinia supercontinent reconstruction
DAD Evans
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 327 (1), 371-404, 2009
2352009
A 90 spin on Rodinia: possible causal links between the Neoproterozoic supercontinent, superplume, true polar wander and low-latitude glaciation
ZX Li, DAD Evans, S Zhang
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 220 (3-4), 409-421, 2004
2222004
Rodinia connections between Australia and Laurentia: no SWEAT, no AUSWUS?
MTD Wingate, SA Pisarevsky, DAD Evans
Terra Nova 14 (2), 121-128, 2002
2172002
True polar wander and supercontinents
DAD Evans
Tectonophysics 362 (1-4), 303-320, 2003
1842003
Palaeoproterozoic supercontinents and global evolution: correlations from core to atmosphere
SM Reddy, DAD Evans
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 323 (1), 1-26, 2009
1572009
A high-quality mid-Neoproterozoic paleomagnetic pole from South China, with implications for ice ages and the breakup configuration of Rodinia
DAD Evans, ZX Li, JL Kirschvink, MTD Wingate
Precambrian Research 100 (1-3), 313-334, 2000
1502000
Correlations and reconstruction models for the 2500-1500 Ma evolution of the Mawson Continent
JL Payne, M Hand, KM Barovich, A Reid, DAD Evans
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 323 (1), 319-355, 2009
1382009
Reconstructing pre-Pangean supercontinents
DAD Evans
Bulletin 125 (11-12), 1735-1751, 2013
1352013
Tempo and mode of early animal evolution: inferences from rocks, Hox, and molecular clocks
KJ Peterson, MA McPeek, DAD Evans
Paleobiology 31 (S2), 36-55, 2005
1312005
Proterozoic low orbital obliquity and axial-dipolar geomagnetic field from evaporite palaeolatitudes
DAD Evans
Nature 444 (7115), 51, 2006
1262006
True polar wander, a supercontinental legacy
DA Evans
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 157 (1-2), 1-8, 1998
1261998
Plate tectonics on early Earth? Weighing the paleomagnetic evidence
DAD Evans, SA Pisarevsky
When did plate tectonics begin on planet Earth 440, 249-263, 2008
1122008
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