William McMahon
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Evolution of alluvial mudrock forced by early land plants
WJ McMahon, NS Davies
Science 359 (6379), 1022-1024, 2018
Discussion on ‘Tectonic and environmental controls on Palaeozoic fluvial environments: reassessing the impacts of early land plants on sedimentation’Journal of the …
NS Davies, MR Gibling, WJ McMahon, BJ Slater, DGF Long, AR Bashforth, ...
Journal of the Geological Society 174 (5), 947-950, 2017
Where does the time go? Assessing the chronostratigraphic fidelity of sedimentary geological outcrops in the Pliocene–Pleistocene Red Crag Formation, eastern England
NS Davies, AP Shillito, WJ McMahon
Journal of the Geological Society 176 (6), 1154-1168, 2019
Negligible microbial matground influence on pre-vegetation river functioning: evidence from the Ediacaran-Lower Cambrian Series Rouge, France
WJ McMahon, NS Davies, DJ Went
Precambrian Research 292, 13-34, 2017
Evolutionary synchrony of Earth’s biosphere and sedimentary-stratigraphic record
NS Davies, AP Shillito, BJ Slater, AG Liu, WJ McMahon
Earth-Science Reviews 201, 102979, 2020
The shortage of geological evidence for pre‐vegetation meandering rivers
WJ McMahon, NS Davies
Fluvial meanders and their sedimentary products in the rock record, 119-148, 2018
Sustained fluvial deposition recorded in Mars’ Noachian stratigraphic record
F Salese, WJ McMahon, MR Balme, V Ansan, JM Davis, MG Kleinhans
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-8, 2020
High-energy flood events recorded in the Mesoproterozoic Meall Dearg Formation, NW Scotland; their recognition and implications for the study of pre-vegetation alluvium
WJ McMahon, NS Davies
Journal of the Geological Society 175 (1), 13-32, 2018
Short-term evolution of primary sedimentary surface textures (microbial, abiotic, ichnological) on a dry stream bed: modern observations and ancient implications
NS Davies, AP Shillito, WJ McMahon
Palaios 32 (3), 125-134, 2017
Estimated minimum life span of the Jezero fluvial delta (Mars)
F Salese, MG Kleinhans, N Mangold, V Ansan, W McMahon, T De Haas, ...
Astrobiology 20 (8), 977-993, 2020
Fluvial products and processes before the evolution of land plants: Evidence from the lower Cambrian Series Rouge, English Channel region
DJ Went, WJ McMahon
Sedimentology 65 (7), 2559-2594, 2018
Ediacaran life close to land: Coastal and shoreface habitats of the Ediacaran macrobiota, the Central Flinders Ranges, South Australia
WJ McMahon, AG Liu, BH Tindal, MG Kleinhans
Journal of Sedimentary Research 90 (11), 1463-1499, 2020
The 2016 uk space agency mars utah rover field investigation (murfi)
MR Balme, MC Curtis-Rouse, S Banham, D Barnes, R Barnes, A Bauer, ...
Planetary and Space Science 165, 31-56, 2019
UK Space Agency “Mars Utah Rover Field Investigation 2016”(MURFI 2016): Overview of Mission, Aims and Progress
MR Balme, MC Curtis-Rouse, S Banham, D Barnes, R Barnes, A Bauer, ...
A graphic method for depicting horizontal direction data on vertical outcrop photographs
NS Davies, WJ McMahon, AP Shillito
Journal of Sedimentary Research 88 (4), 516-521, 2018
Physical and biological functioning in Proterozoic rivers: evidence from the archetypal pre-vegetation alluvium of the Torridon Group, NW Scotland
WJ McMahon, NS Davies
Scottish Journal of Geology 56 (1), 1-29, 2020
The largest arthropod in Earth history: insights from newly discovered Arthropleura remains (Serpukhovian Stainmore Formation, Northumberland, England)
NS Davies, RJ Garwood, WJ McMahon, JW Schneider, AP Shillito
Journal of the Geological Society 179 (3), 2022
Muddying the waters: modeling the effects of early land plants in paleozoic estuaries
MZM Brückner, WJ Mcmahon, MG Kleinhans
Palaios 36 (5), 173-181, 2021
Land plant evolution and global erosion rates
NS Davies, WJ McMahon
Chemical Geology 567, 120128, 2021
Enigma variations: characteristics and likely origin of the problematic surface texture Arumberia, as recognized from an exceptional bedding plane exposure and the global record
WJ McMahon, NS Davies, AG Liu, DJ Went
Geological Magazine 159 (1), 1-20, 2022
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