2213 PIERCE HALL
University of California
Riverside, CA 92521
(951) 827-2025 (Voice)
Kennedy, Martin J
Professor of Geology
- College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
- Earth Sciences
- BS Geology/Environmental Studies 1989
- University of Wisconsin
- PhD Geology 1994
- University of Adelaide, Australia
Evolution of the Precambrian biosphere integrating sedimentological and geochemical data with high resolution sequence and isotope stratigraphic techniques. Geochemistry of inorganic-organic interface in marine and terrestrial (soils) systems. Depositional and geochemical studies of marine rocks, black shales, and carbonates.
Kennedy, M.J. 1996. Deglaciation, d13C excursions and carbonate precipitation: Isotopic geochemistry, stratigraphy and sedimentology of Australian Neoproterozoic post-glacial cap-dolostones. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 66:1049-1063.
Kennedy, M. J., O. E. Chadwick, P. A. Vitousek, L. A. Derry, and D. Hendricks. 1998. Changing sources of base cations during ecosystem development, Hawaii. Geology, 26:1915-1018.
Kennedy, M. J., B. Runnegar, A. R. Prave, K. H. Hoffmann, and M. A. Arthur. 1998. Two or four Neoproterozoic glaciations? Geology, Special Report, 26:1059-1063.
Virousek, P.A., M. J. Kennedy, L. A. Derry, and O. E. Chadwick. 1999. Weathering versus atmospheric sources of strontium in ecosystems on young volcanic soils. Oceanoglia, 121: 255-259.
Christie-Blick, N., L. Sohl, M. J. Kennedy, P. Hoffman, and D. Schrag. 1999. Considering a Neoproterozoic snowball earth. Science, v. 284, no. 5417.
Kennedy, M. J., N. Christie-Block, and L. Sohl. XXXX. Are Proterozoic cap carbonates and isotopic excursions a record of gas hydrate destabilization following Earth's coldest intervals? Geology, V. 29, p. XX.