Publications by: C.M. Gray

Also publishes as (Charles A. Gray, C.A. Gray)

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Gray, C.A., Miskiewicz, A.G., Otway, N.M., and Kingsford, M.J. (2019) Historical daytime vertical structure of larval fish assemblages in southeast Australian coastal waters: a benchmark for examining regional ecosystem change. Regional Studies in Marine Science, 29. 100634.

Gray, C.M., and Kemp, A.I.S. (2009) The two-component model for the genesis of granitic rocks in southeastern Australia — Nature of the metasedimentary-derived and basaltic end members. Lithos, 111. pp. 113-124.

Kemp, A.I.S., Hawkesworth, C.J., Collins, W.J., Gray, C.M., Blevin, P.L., and EIMF, (2009) Isotopic evidence for rapid continental growth in an extensional accretionary orogen: the Tasmanides, eastern Australia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 284 (3-4). pp. 455-466.

Gray, C.M., and McDougall, I. (2009) K-Ar geochronology of basalt petrogenesis, Newer Volcanic Province, Victoria. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 56 (2). pp. 245-258.

Kemp, A.I.S., Hawkesworth, C.J., Foster, G.L., Paterson, B.A., Woodhead, J.D., Hergt, J.M., Gray, C.M., and Whitehouse, M.J. (2007) Magmatic and crustal differentiation history of granitic rocks from Hf-O isotopes in zircon. Science, 315 (5814). pp. 980-983.

Gray, Charles A., and Kingsford, Michael J. (2003) Variability in thermocline depth and strength, and relationships with vertical distributions of fish larvae and mesozooplankton in dynamic coastal waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 247. pp. 211-224.

Kemp, A.I.S., Gray, C.M., Ellis, D.J., Anderson, J.A.C., and Ferguson, D.J. (2002) Delamerian Glenelg tectonic zone, western Victoria: characterisation and synthesis of igneous rocks. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 49 (2). pp. 201-224.

Gray, C.M., Kemp, A.I.S., Anderson, J.A.C., Bushell, D.J., Ferguson, D.J., Fitzherbert, J., and Stevenson, M.D. (2002) Delamerian Glenelg tectonic zone, western Victoria: geology and metamorphism of stratiform rocks. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 49 (2). pp. 187-200.

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