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  1. Accreted ocean-floor and ocean-island material in the Mesozoic subduction complex of Alexander Island, Antarctica (1991)
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
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  2. Allochthonous oceanic basalts within the Mesozoic accretionary complex of Alexander Island, Antarctica: remnants of proto-Pacific oceanic crust
Doubleday, P.A.; Leat, P.T.; Alabaster, T.; Nell, P.A.R.; TRANTER, T.H.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 151, Pt. 1, 65-78
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  3. Deformation history of a Mesozoic forearc basin sequence on Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Doubleday, P.A.; Storey, B.C.
In: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 11, No. 1, 1-21
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  4. Deformation mechanism paths for oceanic rocks during subduction and accretion: the Mesozoic forearc of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 151, Pt. 3, 543-554
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  5. First Carboniferous and ?Permian marine macrofaunas from Antarctica and their tectonic implications
Kelly, S.R.A.; Doubleday, P.A.; BRUNTON, C.H.C.; Dickins, J.M.; SEVASTOPULO, G.D.; TAYLOR, P.D.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 158, Pt. 2, 219-232
Kelly, S.R.A. (Author)562ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Fission-track evidence for the thermotectonic evolution of a Mesozoic-Cenozoic fore-arc, Antarctica
Storey, B.C.; Brown, R.W.; Carter, A.; Doubleday, P.A.; Hurford, A.J.; Macdonald, D.I.M.; Nell, P.A.R.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 153, Pt. 1, 65-82
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  7. Modes of formation and accretion of oceanic material in the Mesozoic fore-arc of central and southern Alexander Island, Antarctica: a summary (1992)
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
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  8. On the origin of fore-arc basins: new evidence of formation by rifting from the Jurassic of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Macdonald, D.I.M.; Leat, P.T.; Doubleday, P.A.; Kelly, S.R.A.
In: Terra Nova, 11, 186-193
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  9. Sedimentology and structure of the trench-slope to forearc basin transition in the Mesozoic of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Doubleday, P.A.; Macdonald, D.I.M.; Nell, P.A.R.
In: Geological Magazine, 130, No. 6, 737-754
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  10. Structural and depositional controls on the distribution of the Upper Jurassic shallow marine sandstones in the Fife and Angus fields area, quadrants 31 & 39, UK Central North Sea : Marine and Petroleum Geology 17(9) 2000 p.1053-1081
Spathopoulos, F.; Doubleday, P.A.; Hallsworth, C.R.
In: Marine and Petroleum Geology, Vol. 17 pt/no 9, p.1053-1081
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Reserve a copy 11. Structural and tectonic evolution of parts of the Mesozoic forearc of Alexander Island, Antarctica (1994)
Doubleday, P.A.
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  12. Upper Carboniferous and Lower Permian tectonostratigraphy on the southern margin of the Central North Sea
Martin, C.A.L.; Doubleday, P.A.; Stewart, S.A.
In: Journal of the Geological Society of London 159(6) 2002 p.731-750, p.731-750
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  13. An Upper Jurassic methane-seep limestone from the Fossil Bluff Group forearc basin of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Kelly, S.R.A.; DITCHFIELD, P.W.; Doubleday, P.A.; Marshall, J.D.
In: Journal of Sedimentary Research, 65A, No. 2, 274-282
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