Prof Tony Prave

Prof Tony Prave
Head of School; Director of Finance


 

I am interested in unravelling the geological archives of those curious and intriguing periods of our planet’s history that record global-scale readjustments of the Earth system. My research is steeped in detailed field geology and I collaborate with geochronologists and isotope geochemists to try and create datasets that underpin, constrain and test ideas about the causes and consequences of those fascinating times of wholesale environmental change.

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A refined late-Cryogenian – Ediacaran Earth history of South China: Tony Prave, F. Meng, A. Lepland, K. Kirsmäe, T. Kreitsmann, C. Z. Jiang
Precambrian Research 2018 vol.305 pp.166-176
Dynamic redox conditions control late Ediacaran metazoan ecosystems in the Nama Group, Namibia R.A. Wood, S.W. Poulton, Tony Prave, K.-H. Hoffmann, M.O. Clarkson, R. Guilbaud, J.W. Lyne, R. Tostevin, F. Bowyer, A.M. Penny, A Curtis, S.A. Kasemann
Precambrian Research 2015 vol.261 pp.252-271
Ocean acidification in the aftermath of the Marinoan glaciation Frank Ohnemueller, Tony Prave, Anthony Edward Fallick, Simone A. Kasemann
Geology 2014 vol.42 pp.1103-1106
The first animals C. K. 'Bob' Brain, Tony Prave, Karl-Heinz Hoffmann, Anthony Edward Fallick, Andre Botha, Donald A. Herd, Craig Sturrock, Iain Young,
South African Journal of Science 2012 vol.108

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Prof Tony Prave
Irvine Building
University of St Andrews
North Street
St Andrews
KY16 9AL
Fife
UK

tel: +44 01334 462381
fax: +44 01334 463949
room: 410
email: ap13@st-andrews.ac.uk

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