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Publication list

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Below is a more-or-less up to date publication list for the group.

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2013


 

        • Stukins, S., Jolley, D.W., McIlroy, D., Hartley, A.J. Middle Jurassic vegetation dynamics from allochthonous palynological assemblages: An example from a marginal marine depositional setting; Lajas Formation, Neuquén Basin, Argentina (accepted)
        • Harazim, D., Callow, R., Mcilroy, D. Microbial mats implicated in the generation of intrastratal shrinkage (‘synaeresis’) cracks.
        • Needham, S.J., Worden, R. H., McIlroy, D., Needham 2004 Biogeosciences worm-sediment interaction (dataset).
        • Herringshaw, L.G., Mcilroy, D. Bioinfiltration: Irrigation-Driven Transport of Clay Particles Through Bioturbated Sediments (accepted).
        • Brasier, M.D., Liu, A., Menon, L., Matthews, J.J., Mcilroy, D., Wacey D. Explaining the exceptional preservation of Ediacaran rangeomorphs from Spaniard's Bay, Newfoundland: A hydraulic model (accepted).
        • McILroy, D., Evidence for Cnidarian-like behaviour in ca 560Ma Ediacaran Aspidella (accepted).
        • Brasier, M.D., McIlroy, D., Liu A., Antcliffe, J.B., Menon, L.R. The oldest evidence of bioturbation on Earth. (accepted).
        • Callow, R., Brasier, M.D., McIlroy, D., Discussion: ''Were the Ediacaran siliciclastics of South Australia coastal or deep marine?'' (accepted).
        • Callow, R., McIlroy, D., Kneller, B., Dykstra, M. Ichnology of Late Cretaceous Turbidites from the Rosario Formation, Baja California, Mexico. (accepted).

 

 

2012


 

      • Callow, R., McIlroy, D., Kneller, B, & Dykstra, M. Ichnology of continental slope-channel systems: Biological, sedimentological and petroleum geological perspectives. Marine and Petroleum Geology (submitted).
      • Boyd, C., Mcilroy, D., Herringshaw, L.G. & Leaman M. The recognition of Ophiomorpha irregulaire on the basis of pellet morphology: restudy of material from the type locality. Ichnos (in review)
      • Bednarz, M., Herringshaw, L. G., Boyd, C., Leaman, M., Kahlmeyer, E., and Mcilroy, D. Precision serial grinding and volumetric 3D reconstruction of large ichnological specimens. Ichnos. (in review).
      • Liu A. & McIlroy, D. & Brasier, M.D. The foetid garden of Ediacara: necromass on the Avalonian seafloor. Palaios (in review).
      • Harazim, D., Callow, R. & McIlroy, D. The role of microbial mats in the generation of subaqueous shrinkage (synaeresis) cracks. Sedimentology (in review).
      • Callow, R., McIlroy, D., Kneller, B, & Dykstra, M. Ichnology and palaeoenvironments of a slope-channel-levee system: The Late Cretaceous Rosario Formation, Baja California. Ichnos (accepted).
      • Garton, M. & McIlroy, D. Description and classification of the vertical trace fossil Skolithos. Palaeontology (accepted).
      • Liu, A., McIlroy, D., Matthews, J.J. & Brasier, M.D. 2012 An assemblage of juvenile Ediacaran fronds from the Drook Formation, Newfoundland. Journal of the Geological Society, London in press.
      • Callow, R., McIlroy, D., Kneller, B, & Dykstra, M. Ichnological and sedimentological analysis of a Late Cretaceous channel-turbidite system: the Rosario Formation, Baja California, Mexico. Marine and Petroleum Geology (accepted).
      • Tonkin, N.S. The ichnology of deltas. In: Knaust, D. & Bromley R.G. (eds) Trace fossils as indicators of sedimentary environments, Elsevier (accepted)
      • Bednarz, M., and McIlroy, D. 2012. Effect of phycosiphoniform burrows on shale hydrocarbon reservoir quality. AAPG Bulletin
      • McIlroy, D. 21012. Evidence of the non-marine Cambrian radiation or ichnology of a Cambrian braid delta? Geology, 39. doi:10.1130/G32534C.1
      • Callow, R. & McIlroy, D. & Brasier, M.D. 2012 Salter's Longmyndian fossils and the first recognition of the Ediacara fauna. Ichnos, 18, 176-187.
      • Callow, R. & McIlroy, D. 2012 Ichnofabrics and ichnofabric forming trace fossils in Phanerozoic turbidites, Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, 59, 103-111.

 

 

2011


 

      • Liu, A., McIlroy, D. Antcliffe, J. & Brasier, M.D. 2011. Effaced preservation in the Ediacara biota and its implications for the early macrofossil record. Palaeontology, 54, 607-630.
      • Phillips, C., McIlroy, D. & Elliott, T., 2011 Ichnological characterization of Eocene/Oligocene turbidites from the Grès d'Annot Basin, French Alps, SE France. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 300, 67-83.

 

2010


 

      • Liu, A., McIlroy, D. & Brasier, M.D. 2010. First evidence for locomotion in the Ediacara biota from the 565Ma Mistaken Point Formation: Reply. Geology, 38, e224,/ doi://10.1130/G31448Y.1
      • Tonkin, N.S., McIlroy, D., Meyer, R. & Moore-Turpin, A. 2010. How does bioturbation influence reservoir quality? A case study from the Cretaceous Ben Nevis Formation, Jeanne d’Arc Basin, Offshore Newfoundland, Canada. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 94, 1059–1078.
      • Herringshaw, L.G., Sherwood, O.A. & McIlroy, D. 2010. Ecosystem engineering by bioturbating polychaetes in event bed microcosms. Palaios, 25, 46–58.
      • McIlroy, D., Tonkin, N.S., Phillips, C. & Herringshaw, L.G. 2010. Comment on “Ophiomorpha irregulaire, Mesozoic trace fossil that is either well understood but rare in outcrop or poorly understood but common in core” by R.G. Bromley and G.K. Pedersen [Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 270 (2008) 295–298]. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 284, p. 392–395.
      • McIlroy, D. & Garton, M. 2010. Realistic interpretation of ichnofabrics and paleoecology of the pipe-rock biotope. Lethaia, 43, 420-426.
      • Phillips, C. & McIlroy, D. 2010. Ichnofabrics and biologically mediated changes in clay mineral assemblages from a deep-water, fine-grained, calcareous sedimentary succession: an example from the Upper Cretaceous Wyandot Formation, offshore Nova Scotia. Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, 58, 203-218.
      • Liu A., MCILROY, D. & BRASIER 2010. First evidence for locomotion in the Ediacara biota from the 565Ma Mistaken Point Formation. Geology, 38, 123-126.
      • McIlroy, D. 2010. Biogenic cross lamination produced by the pistol shrimp Alpheus bellulus in microcosm experiments. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 80, 151-154.

 

 

2009


 

      • McIlroy, D., Brasier, M.D. & Lang, A.S. 2009. Smothering of microbial mats by macrobiota: implications for the Ediacara biota. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 166, 1117-1121.
      • Bednarz, M. & McIlroy, D. 2009. 3D reconstruction of "phycosiphoniform" burrows implications for identification of trace fossils in core. Palaeontologica Electronica, .

 

 

2008


 

      • McIlroy, D. 2008. Ichnological analysis: the common ground between ichnofacies workers and ichnofabric analysts. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 270, 332-338.

 

 

2007


 

      • McIlroy, D. 2007b. Palaeoenvironmental controls on the ichnology of tide-influenced facies with an example from a macrotidal tide-dominated deltaic depositional system, Lajas Formation, Neuquén Province, Argentina. In: Bromley, R.G., Buatois L.A., Màngano, M.G., Genise, J. & Melchor, R. (eds) Sediment-Organism interactions: a multifaceted ichnology. SEPM Special Publication 87, 195-213.
      • McIlroy, D. 2007a. Lateral variability in shallow marine ichnofabrics: implications for the ichnofabric analysis method. Journal of the Geological Society, London 164, 359-369.

 

 

2006


 

      • Mapstone, N.B. & McIlroy, D. 2006. A discoid biota from the Neoproterozoic-Cambrian transition in the Amadeus Basin, central Australia: taphonomic and palaeobiological implications of diagenesis for Ediacaran fossil preservation. Precambrian Research, 149, 126-148.
      • Garton, M. & McIlroy, D. 2006. A new method for the study of ichnofabric in cryptic highly lithified facies. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 76, 1-5.
      • Winchester Seeto, T. & McIlroy, D. 2006. The lower range of melanosclerites and foraminiferal linings extended to the Lower Cambrian. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 139, 71-79.
      • McIlroy, D. & Falcon-Lang, H.J. 2006. Discovery of a Zoophycos-group trace fossil (?Echinospira Girotti) in the Middle Pennsylvanian Sydney Mines Formation of Nova Scotia, and its palaeoenvironmental implications. Atlantic Geology 42, 31-35.
      • McIlroy, D. & Horak, J. 2006. The Neoproterozoic: the late Precambrian terranes that formed Eastern Avalonia. In: Brenchley, P.R. & Rawson, PF. (eds) The Geology of England and Wales. Geological Society Publishing House, Bath, UK, 9-25.
      • McIlroy, D., Flint, S.S., Howell, J.A. & Timms, N.E. 2006. Sedimentology of the tide dominated Lajas Formation, Jurassic, Neuquén Basin, Argentina. In: Veiga, G. D., Spalleti, L.A., Howell, J.A. & Schwarz, E. (eds) The Neuquén Basin: a Case Study in Sequence Stratigraphy and Basin Dynamics. Special Publication of the Geological Society, London, 252, 83-107.
      • Morgans Bell, H. & McIlroy, D. 2006. Middle Jurassic (Bajocian) conifer wood from the Neuquén Basin, west-central Argentina and its palaeoclimatic interpretation. In: Veiga, G. D., Spalleti, L.A., Howell, J.A. & Schwarz, E. (eds). The Neuquén Basin: a Case Study in Sequence Stratigraphy and Basin Dynamics. Special Publication of the Geological Society, London, 252, 267-278.

 

 

2005


 

      • Needham, S.J., Worden, R. & McIlroy, D. 2005. Experimental production of clay rims by macrobiotic sediment ingestion and excretion processes. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 75, 1028-1037.
      • McIlroy, D., Crimes, T.P. & Pauley, J.C. 2005. Fossils and matgrounds from the Neoproterozoic Longmyndian Supergroup, Shropshire, U.K. Geological Magazine, 142, 441-455.
      • Brandsaeter, I., McIlroy, D., Lia O. & Ringrose, P. 2005. Integrated modelling of Lajas Formation tide-dominated deltas Petroleum Geoscience, 11, 37-46.

 

 

2004


 

      • Needham, S.J., Worden, R. & McIlroy, D., 2004. Animal-sediment interactions: the effect of ingestion and excretion by worms on mineralogy. Biogeosciences, 1, 113-121.
      • McIlroy, D., 2004c. Ichnofabrics and sedimentary facies of a tide-dominated delta: Jurassic Ile Formation of Kristin Field, Haltenbanken, Offshore Mid-Norway. In: McIlroy, D. (ed.) The Application of Ichnology to Stratigraphic and Palaeoenvironmental Analysis. Special Publication of the Geological Society, London, 228, 237-272.
      • McIlroy, D., 2004b. Some ichnological concepts, methodologies, applications and frontiers. In: McIlroy, D. (ed.) The Application of Ichnology to Stratigraphic and Palaeoenvironmental Analysis. Special Publication of the Geological Society, London, 228, 3-27.
      • McIlroy, D., 2004a. The application of ichnology to palaeoenvironmental and stratigraphic analysis: introduction. McIlroy, D. (ed.) The Application of Ichnology to Stratigraphic and Palaeoenvironmental Analysis. Special Publication of the Geological Society, London, 228, 1-2.
      • McIlroy, D., 2004 (ed.) The Application of Ichnology to Stratigraphic and Palaeoenvironmental Analysis. Special Publication of the Geological Society, London, 228.

 

 

2003


 

    • McIlroy, D., Worden, R. & Needham, S.J. 2003. Faeces, clay minerals and reservoir potential. Journal of the Geological Society, London, 160, 489-494.