Oliver Shorttle

Geologist

papers+

Preprint

Craig Walton, Paul Rimmer, Helen Williams and Oliver Shorttle. Prebiotic Chemistry in the Wild: How Geology Interferes with the Origins of Life [ChemRxiv]

Alex Lipp, Oliver Shorttle, Erik Sperling & the SGP consortium. The composition and weathering of the continents over geologic time [EarthArXiv]

Craig R Walton, Ioannis Baziotis, Ana Cernok, Oliver Shorttle, Paul D Asimow, Ludovic Ferriere and Mahesh Anand. Formation and deformation of Phosphorous-Olivine-Assemblages in the Chelyabinsk chondrite [arxiv]

Euan Mutch, John Maclennan, Oliver Shorttle, John Rudge and David Neave. DFENS: Diffusion chronometry using Finite Elements and Nested Sampling [ESSOAr]

Simon Matthews, Kevin Wong, Oliver Shorttle, Marie Edmonds and John Maclennan. Do olivine crystallisation temperatures faithfully record mantle temperature variability? [EarthArXiv]

2021

John Harrison, Oliver Shorttle, Amy Bonsor. Evidence for post-nebula volatilisation in an exo-planetary body. Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2021). [arXiv, publisher]

Margaret Hartley, Cees-Jan de Hoog, Oliver Shorttle. Boron isotopic signatures of melt inclusions from North Iceland reveal recycled material in the Icelandic mantle source. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acata (2021). [EarthArxiv, publisher]

Carrie Soderman, Simon Matthews, Oliver Shorttle, Matthew G. Jackson, Saskia Ruttor, Oliver Nebel, Simon Turner, Christoph Beier, Marc-Alban Millet, Elisabeth Widom, Munir Humayun, Helen M.Williams. Heavy ∂57Fe in ocean island basalts: A non-unique signature of processes and source lithologies in the mantle. Geochimca et Cosmochimica Acta (2021) [publisher].

2020

Ariel definition study report, Ariel Science Consortium. [online]

Simon Matthews, Oliver Shorttle, John Maclennan, and John F. Rudge. The global melt inclusion C/Ba array: mantle variability, melting process, or degassing? Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2020). [publisher, EarthArXiv]

Philippa Liggins, Oliver Shorttle and Paul B Rimmer. Can volcanism build hydrogen-rich early atmospheres? Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2020). [publisher, arxiv]

Oliver Shorttle, Simon Matthews and John Maclennan. Finding harzburgite in the mantle. A comment on Brown et al. (2020): “Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion of mantle temperature and source composition, with application to Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland” [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 532 (2020) 116007]. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. (2020) [publisher].

Alex Lipp, Oliver Shorttle, Frank Syvret, and Gareth Roberts. Major-element Composition of Sediments in Terms of Weathering and Provenance: Implications for Crustal Recycling. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. (2020) [publisher, EarthArXiv].

Edward Stolper, Oliver Shorttle, Paula Antoshechkina, Paul Asimow. The effects of solid-solid phase equilibria on the oxygen fugacity of the upper mantle. American Mineralogist. (2020) [publisher]

Davide Novella, John Maclennan, Oliver Shorttle, Julie Prytulak, Bramley J Murton. A multi-proxy investigation of mantle oxygen fugacity along the Reykjanes Ridge. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. (2020). [publisher]

2019

Mihkel Kama, Oliver Shorttle, Adam K. Jermyn, Colin P. Folsom, Kenji Furuya, Edwin A. Bergin, Catherine Walsh, Lindsay Keller. Abundant refractory sulfur in protoplanetary disks. Astrophysical Journal. (2019). [arxiv, publisher]

William Miller, John Maclennan, Oliver Shorttle,  Glenn Gaetani, Véronique Le Roux & Frieder Klein. Estimating the carbon content of the deep mantle with Icelandic melt inclusionsEarth and Planetary Science Letters. (2019). [publisher]

Euan Mutch, John Maclennan, Oliver Shorttle, Marie Edmonds & John F Rudge. Rapid transcrustal magma movement under IcelandNature Geosciences. (2019). [publisher]

David Neave, Olivier Namur, Oliver Shorttle & François Holtz. Magmatic evolution biases basaltic records of mantle chemistry towards melts from recycled sourcesEarth and Planetary Science Letters. (2019). [publisher]

Richard Hobbs, Oliver Shorttle, Niku Madhusudhan & Paul Rimmer. A chemical kinetics code for modelling exoplanetary atmospheresMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. (2019). [publisher]

Paul Rimmer, Oliver Shorttle, & Sarah Rugheimer. Oxidised micrometeorites as evidence for low atmospheric pressure on the early EarthGeochemical Perspective Letters. (2019). [publisher]

Paul Rimmer & Oliver Shorttle. Origin of Life’s Building Blocks in Carbon-and Nitrogen-Rich Surface Hydrothermal VentsLife. (2019). [publisher]

2018

Tong Bo, Richard F Katz, Oliver Shorttle and John Rudge. The melting column as a filter of mantle trace‐element heterogeneityGeochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2018). [publisher]

Quentin Kral, Mark C Wyatt, Amaury H M J Triaud, Sebastian Marino, Philippe Thebault and Oliver Shorttle. Cometary impactors on the TRAPPIST-1 planets can destroy all planetary atmospheres and rebuild secondary atmospheres on planets f, g, and hMonthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2018). [publisher]

David A Neave, Oliver Shorttle, Martin Oeser, Stefan Weyer and Katsura Kobayashi. Mantle-derived trace element variability in olivines and their melt inclusionsEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2018). [publisher]

2017

Simon Matthews, Oliver Shorttle, John F Rudge, John Maclennan. Constraining mantle carbon: CO2-trace element systematics in basalts and the roles of magma mixing and degassing. Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2017). [publisher]

Margaret Hartley, Oliver Shorttle, John Maclennan, Yves Moussallam, Marie Edmonds. Olivine-hosted melt inclusions as an archive of redox heterogeneity in magmatic systemsEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2017). [publisher]

Oliver Shorttle. Hot mantle risingNature Geoscience (2017). [ publisher]

Cin-Ty A. Lee, Jeremy Caves, Hehe Jiang, Wenrong Cao, Adrian Lenardic, N.
Ryan McKenzie, Oliver Shorttle, Qing-zhu Yin & Blake Dyer. Deep mantle roots and continental emergence: implications for whole-Earth elemental cycling, long-term climate, and the Cambrian explosionInternational Geology Review (2017). [publisher]

2016

Eleanor S. Jennings, Tim J.B. Holland, Oliver Shorttle, John Maclennan, and Sally Gibson. The composition of Melts from a heterogeneous mantle and the origin of ferropicrite: Application of a thermodynamic modelJournal of Petrology (2016): 1-22 [publisher]

Oliver Shorttle, John Rudge, John Maclennan, and Ken Rubin. A statistical description of concurrent mixing and crystallisation during MORB differentiation: implications for trace element enrichmentJournal of Petrology (2016)1-33. [publisher]

Simon Matthews, Oliver Shorttle, John Maclennan. The temperature of the Icelandic mantle from olivine-spinel aluminum exchange thermometry. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (2016).
[publisher]

2015

Oliver Shorttle, Yves Moussallam, Margaret Hartley, John Maclennan, Marie Edmonds, Bramley Murton. Fe-XANES analyses of Reykjanes Ridge basalts: Implications for the oceanic crust’s role in the solid Earth oxygen cycle. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 427 (2015): 272-285. [publisher]

Oliver Shorttle. Geochemical variability in MORB controlled by concurrent mixing and crystallisationEarth and Planetary Science Letters 424 (2015): 1-14. [publisher]

2014

Oliver Shorttle, John Maclennan, and Sarah Lambart. Quantifying lithological variability in the mantle. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 395 (2014): 24-40. [publisher]

2013

Oliver Shorttle, John Maclennan, and Alexander M. Piotrowski. Geochemical provincialism in the Iceland plumeGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 122 (2013): 363-397. [publisher]

2011

Oliver Shorttle, and John Maclennan. Compositional trends of Icelandic basalts: Implications for short–length scale lithological heterogeneity in mantle plumes. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 12, no. 11 (2011). [ publisher]

2010

Oliver Shorttle, J. Maclennan, and S. M. Jones. Control of the symmetry of plume‐ridge interaction by spreading ridge geometryGeochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 11, no. 7 (2010). [publisher]

2008

Tripati, Aradhna K., Robert A. Eagle, Andrew Morton, Julian A. Dowdeswell, Katie L. Atkinson, Yannick Bahé, Caroline F. Dawber, Emma Khadun, Ruth M.H. Shaw, Oliver Shorttle, Lavaniya Thanabalasundaram. Evidence for glaciation in the Northern Hemisphere back to 44 Ma from ice-rafted debris in the Greenland Sea. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 265, no. 1 (2008): 112-122. [ publisher]

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