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Hadley circulation and precipitation changes controling black shale deposition in the Late Jurassic Boreal Seaway (2016)
Journal Article
Armstrong, H. A., Wagner, T., Herringshaw, L. G., Farnsworth, A. J., Lunt, D. J., Harland, M., …Atar, E. F. (2016). Hadley circulation and precipitation changes controling black shale deposition in the Late Jurassic Boreal Seaway. Paleoceanography, 31(8), 1041-1053. https://doi.org/10.1002/2015pa002911

New climate simulations using the HadCM3L model with a paleogeography of the Late Jurassic (155.5 Ma) and proxy-data corroborate that warm and wet tropical-like conditions reached as far north as the UK sector of the Jurassic Boreal Seaway (~35°N). T... Read More about Hadley circulation and precipitation changes controling black shale deposition in the Late Jurassic Boreal Seaway.

Natural fractures in a United Kingdom shale reservoir analog, Cleveland Basin, northeast England (2014)
Journal Article
Imber, J., Armstrong, H., Clancy, S., Daniels, S., Herringshaw, L., McCaffrey, K., …Warren, C. (2014). Natural fractures in a United Kingdom shale reservoir analog, Cleveland Basin, northeast England. AAPG Bulletin, 98(11), 2411-2437 . https://doi.org/10.1306/07141413144

Faults and fractures within the well-exposed Lower Jurassic Cleveland Ironstone and Whitby Mudstone Formations may provide insights into the tectonic history of gas-prospective, Mississippian shale in northern England. Subvertical opening mode fractu... Read More about Natural fractures in a United Kingdom shale reservoir analog, Cleveland Basin, northeast England.