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Jones, D.S., Brothers, R. W.*, Ahm, A.-S. C., Slater, N., Higgins, J. A., and Fike, D. A., 2020. Sea level, carbonate mineralogy, and early diagenesis controlled δ13C records in Upper Ordovician carbonates: Geology, v. 48:xx-xx, doi:10.1130/G46861.1. open access link

Jones, D.S., Martini, A.M., Fike, D.A., and Kaiho, K., 2017, A volcanic trigger for the Late Ordovician mass extinction? Hg data from South China and Laurentia: Geology, v. 45:631-634, doi: 10.1130/G38940.1. open access link

Jones, D. S., 2016. Cracking the Neoproterozoic atmosphere?  doi:10.1130/focus082016.1. Geology, 44: 687-688. open access link

Jones, D. S., Creel, R. C.*, and Rios, B. A.*, 2016. Carbon isotope stratigraphy and correlation of depositional sequences in the Upper Ordovician Ely Springs Dolostone, eastern Great Basin, USA. doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.01.036. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. link

Jones, D. S., Creel, R. C.*, Rios, B. A.*, and Santiago Ramos, D. P.*, 2015. Chemostratigraphy of an Ordovician-Silurian carbonate platform: δ13C records below glacioeustatic exposure surfaces. doi:10.1130/G36236.1. Geology, 43:59-62. link

Jones, D. S., and Fike, D. A., 2013.  Dynamic sulfur and carbon cycling through the end-Ordovician extinction revealed by paired sulfate–pyrite δ34S.  doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2012.12.015.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 363: 144-155. link

Finnegan, S., Fike, D. A., Jones, D. S., and Fischer, W. W., 2012. A temperature-dependent positive feedback on the magnitude of carbon isotope excursions. Geoscience Canada, 39:122-131. link

Jones, D. S., Fike, D. A., Finnegan, S., Fischer, W. W., Schrag, D. P., and McCay, D., 2011.  Terminal Ordovician carbon isotope stratigraphy and glacioeustatic sea level change across Anticosti Island (Québec, Canada).  doi:10.1130/B30323.1.  Geological Society of America Bulletin, 123:1645-1664.  link

Finnegan, S., Bergmann, K., Fischer, W. W., Jones, D. S., Fike, D. A., Hughes, N. C., Tripati, A., and Eiler, J. M., 2011.  The magnitude and duration of Late Ordovician-Early Silurian glaciation.  doi: 10.1126/science.1200803. Science, 331:903-906. link

Macdonald, F. A. and Jones, D. S., 2011. The Khubsugul Group, Mongolia. In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P., and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds.), The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations, Geological Society, London, Geological Society of London Memoirs, 36, p. 339-345.

Jones, D. S., Maloof, A. C., Rainbird, R., Hurtgen, M. T., and Schrag, D. P., 2010. Regional and global chemostratigraphic correlation of the Early Neoproterozoic Shaler Supergroup, Victoria Island, northwest Canada. doi:10.1016/j.precamres.2010.05.012. Precambrian Research, 181:43-63. pdfpdf

Macdonald, F. A., Schmitz, M. D., Crowley, J. C., Roots, C. F., Jones, D. S., Maloof, A. C., Strauss, J. V., Cohen, P. A., Johnston, D. T., and Schrag, D. P, 2010.  Calibrating the Cryogenian. doi: 10.1126/science.1183325. Science, 327:1241-1243pdfpdf

Macdonald, F. A., Jones, D. S., Schrag, D. P., 2009. Stratigraphic and tectonic implications of a newly discovered glacial diamictite–cap carbonate couplet in southwestern Mongolia. doi:10.1130/G24797A.1. Geology, 37:123-126. link