Publications

submitted and in press

Black, B.A., R.R. Neely, M. Manga. Campanian Ignimbrite volcanism and the final decline of the Neanderthals. (in review)

Black, B.A., B.P. Weiss, R.V. Veselovsky, L.T. Elkins-Tanton, and A.V. Latyshev. Water-magma interactions during eruption of the Siberian Traps. (in review)

Black, B.A., J.F. Lamarque, C.A. Shields, L.T. Elkins-Tanton, and J.T. Kiehl. “Atmospheric effects of Large Igneous Province volcanism: a Siberian perspective.” (in press)

2014

Black, B.A., J.-F. Lamarque, C.A. Shields, L.T. Elkins-Tanton, and J.T. Kiehl. (2014) “Acid rain and ozone depletion from pulsed Siberian Traps magmatism.” Geology 42(1), 67-70. link Research Highlight in Nature
Black, B.A., E.H. Hauri, L.T. Elkins-Tanton, and S.M. Brown. (2014) Sulfur isotopic evidence for sources of volatiles in Siberian Traps magmas.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters 394, 58-69. link

2013

Tewelde, Y., J.T. Perron, P. Ford, S. Miller, and Black, B.A.. (2013) “Estimates of fluvial erosion on Titan from sinuosity of lake shorelines.” Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 118(10), 2198-2212. PDF
Burr, D.M., S.A. Drummond, R.Cartwright, Black, B.A., and J.T. Perron. (2013) “Morphology of fluvial networks on Titan: evidence for structural control.” Icarus 226, 742-759. PDF
Burr, D.M., M. Ádámkovics, V.R. Baker, G.C. Collins, A.D. Howard, R.P. Irwin, M.P. Lamb, J.M. Moore, J.T. Perron, L.S. Sklar, S.A. Drummond, and B.A. Black (2013). “Fluvial Features on Titan.” GSA Bulletin. PDF

2012

Black, B.A., J.T. Perron, S.A. Drummond, and D. Burr (2012). “Estimating Erosional Exhumation on Titan from Drainage Network Morphology.” Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 117. PDF Research Highlight in Nature Geoscience
Black, B.A., L.T. Elkins-Tanton, M.C. Rowe and I. U. Peate (2012). “Magnitude and consequences of volatile release from the Siberian Traps.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters 317-318. PDF

2008

Black, B.A. and S.T. Stewart-Mukhopadhyay (2008). “Excess Ejecta Craters Record Episodic Ice-rich Layers at Middle Latitudes on Mars.” Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 113. PDF