Ian Clark

 

Papers in refereed journals:       Highly Qualified Personnel in bold

 

 

54.  Lacelle, D. Doucet, A., Clark, I.D. and Lauriol, B., 2007. Acid generation and seasonal recycling in disturbed permafrost, Eagle Plains, northern Yukon Territory, Canada. In press, Chemical Geology.

53.   Cardyn, R., Clark, I.D., Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B. Zdanowicz, C.H. & Calmels, F. 2007. Molar gas ratios of air entrapped in ice: A new tool to determine the origin of relict massive ground ice bodies in permafrost. Quaternary Research 68: 239-248.

52.   Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B., Clark, I.D., Cardyn, R.  & Zdanowicz, C.H. 2007. Nature and orgin of a Pleistocene-age massive ground-ice body exposed in the Chapman Lake moraine complex, central Yukon Territory. Quaternary Research 68: 249-260.

51.   Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B. & Clark, I.D. 2007. Origin, age and paleo-environmental significance of carbonate precipitates from a granitic environment, Akshayuk Pass, southern Baffin Island, Canada. Can. J. Earth Sc., (In press). (NSERC DG)

50. Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B. & Clark, I.D. 2007. Effect of chemical composition of water on the oxygen-18 and carbon-13 signature preserved in cryogenic carbonates, Arctic Canada: implications in paleoclimatic studies. Chemical Geology (Isotope Geoscience) 234: 1-16. (NSERC DG)

49. Clark, I.D., Timlin, R., Bourbonnais, A., Jones, K., Lafleur, D. and Wickens, K. 2007. Origin and fate of industrial ammonia in municipal groundwaters – tracing anaerobic oxidation (annamox) and apportionment with 15NNH4, submitted. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation (October 2006).

48. St-Jean, M., Lauriol, B., Clark, I.D. and Utting, D., 2007. Croissance et fonte de glaciers de l’Holocène dans la région de la rivière Keel, Ile de Baffi, Nunavut, Canada. Recherche en cours. Bureau Géoscientifique du Nunavut, Canada. Iqaluit Nunavut (In press).

47.  Clark, I.D., Henderson, L., Chappellaz, J., Fisher, D.A., Koerner, R., Worthy, D.E.J., Kotzer, T., Norman, A.-L.,Barnola, J.-M., 2007. CO2 isotopes as tracers of firn air diffusion and age in an Arctic ice cap with summer melting, Devon Island, Canada. J. Geophysical Research 112, D01301, doi:10.1029/2006jD007471

46. Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B. & Clark, I.D. 2006. Effect of chemical composition of water on the oxygen-18 and carbon-13 signature preserved in cryogenic carbonates, Arctic Canada: implications in paleoclimatic studies. Chemical Geology 234: 1-16.

45. Leybourne, M.I., Clark, I.D. and Goodfellow, W.D., 2006. Stable isotope geochemistry of ground and surface waters associated with undisturbed massive sulfide deposits; constraints on origin of waters and water–rock reactions. Chemical Geology (Isotope Geoscience) 231: 300-325.

44. Bottomley, D., Clark, I.D., Batty, N. and Kotzer, T., 2005. Geochemical and isotopic evidence for a genetic link between Canadian Shield brines, dolomitization in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, and Devonian calcium-chloridic seawater. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 42: 2059-2071.

43.  Mohammadzadeh, H., Clark, I.D., Marschner, M., St-Jean, G., 2005. Compound Specific Isotopic Analysis (CSIA) of Landfill Leachate DOC Components. Chemical Geology 218: 3-13.

42. Ethier, A., Clark, I.D., Dallimore, S.R., Matsumoto, R. and Middlestead, P., 2005. High-resolution isotope geochemistry of the gas-hydrate-free gas transition in the JAPEX/JNOC/GSC et al. Mallik 5L-38 gas hydrate production research well.  In: Scientific Results from the Mallik 2002 Gas Hydrate Production Research Well Program, Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada; Dallimore, S R; Collett, T S. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin, no. 585; 11 pages

41. Marschner, M., Middlestead, P. and Clark, I.D., 2005. Using a simple high performance liquid chromatography separation and fraction collection methodology to achieve compound-specific isotope analysis for dissolved organic compounds. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 19: 261-268.

40 Matsumoto, R., Tomaru, H., Chen, Yifeng, Lu, Hailong and Clark, I.D., 2005. Geochemistry of the interstitial waters of the Mallik 5l-38 gas hydrate research well, Mackenzie Delta, Canada. In press, Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin.(GSC).

39. Murton, J.B., C.A. Whiteman, R.I. Waller, W. Pollard, I.D. Clark and S.R. Dallimore,  2005 Basal ice facies and supraglacial melt-out till of the Laurentide Ice Sheet, Tuktoyaktuk Coastlands, western Arctic Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24: 681-708.

38. Renaud, R., Clark, I.D., Kotzer, T.G., Milton, G.M. and Bottomley, D.J., 2005. The mobility of anthropogenic 129I in a shallow sand aquifer at Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, Canada. Radiochimica Acta, 93: 363-371.

37. Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B. and Clark, I.D., 2004. Seasonal isotopic imprint in moonmilk from Caverne de l’Ours (Quebec, Canada): implications for climatic reconstruction. Canadian Journal of Earth Science, 41: 1411-1423.

36. Bottomley, D.J. and Clark, I.D., 2004. Potassium and boron co-depletion in Canadian Shield brines: evidence for diagenetic interactions between marine brines and basin sediments. Chemical Geology, 203: 225-236.

35. Phipps, G.C., Boyle, D.R., and Clark, I.D., 2004. Groundwater geochemistry and exploration methods: Myra Falls volcanogenic massive-sulphide deposits, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis, 4: 329-340

34. Clark, I.D., Lauriol, B., Marschner, M., Sabourin, N., Chauret, Y. and Desrochers, A., 2004. Endostromatolites from permafrost karst, Yukon, Canada: paleoclimatic proxies for the Holocene hypsithermal. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 41: 387-399.

33. Murton, J.B., Waller, R.I., Hart, J.K., Whiteman, C.A., Pollard, W.H. and Clark, I.D., 2004. Stratigraphy and glaciotectonic structures of permafrost deformed beneath the northwest margin of the Laurentide ice sheet, Tuktoyuktuk Coastlands, Canada. Journal of Glaciology, 50: 399-412.

32. Clark, I.D. and Raven, K.G., 2003 Arsenic sources in Giant Mine groundwaters, Yellowknife, NWT, Canada. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 40: 115-128.

31. Lacelle, D. Bjornnson, J., Lauriol, B., Clark, I.D. and Troutet, Y.,  2003. Segregated-intrusive ice of subglacial meltwater origin in retrogressive thaw flow headwalls, Richardson Mountains, N.W.T., Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews, 23: 681-696.

30.  Bottomley, D., Clark, I.D., Renaud, R. and Kotzer, T.G. 2003. Iodine-129 Constraints on Residence Times of Deep Marine Brines in the Canadian Shield: Comment and Reply – Reply. Geology, v.31, 94.

29. Alvaredo Quiroz, N.G., Kotzer, T.G., Milton, G., Clark, I.D. and Bottomley, D., 2002. Partitioning of 127I and 129I in an unconfined glaciofluvial aquifer on the Canadian Shield.  Radiochimica Acta, 90: 469-478.

28. Bottomley, D.J., Renaud, R., Kotzer, T. and Clark, I.D., 2002. Iodine-129 constraints on residence times of deep marine brines in the Canadian Shield. Geology, 30: 587-590.

27. Zdanowicz, C., Fisher, D., Clark, I. and Lacelle, D., 2002. An ice-marginal d18O record from Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island, Canada. Annals of Glaciology, 35: 145-149.

26. Clark, I.D., Lauriol, B., Harwood, L. and Marschner, M., 2001. Groundwater contributions to discharge in a permafrost setting: Big Fish River, N.W.T., Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 33: 62-69.

25. Clark, I.D. and Phillips, R.J., 2000. Geochemical and 3He/4He evidence for mantle and crustal contributions to geothermal fluids in the western Canadian continental margin. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 104: 261-276

24. Douglas, M., Clark, I.D., Raven, K. and Bottomley, D., 2000. Groundwater mixing dynamics at a Canadian Shield mine. Journal of Hydrology, 235: 88-103.

23. Clark, I.D., Douglas, M., Raven, K. and Bottomley, D.J., 2000. Recharge and preservation of glacial meltwater in the Canadian Shield. Ground Water, 38: 735-742.

22. Clark, I.D., Matsumoto, R., Dallimore, S., Lowe, B., Loop, J., 1999. Isotope constraints on the origin of pore waters and salinity in the permafrost and gas-hydrate core intervals of the JAPEX/JNOC/GSC Mallik 2L-38 Gas-Hydrate Research Well. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin, 544: 177-188.

21. Lamirande, I., Lauriol, B., Lalonde, A.E. and Clark, I.D., 1999. La production de limon sur des terrasses de cryoplanation dans les monts Richardson, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 36: 1645-1654.

20. Jenner, K.A., Dallimore, S.R. and Clark, I.D., 1999. Sedimentology of methane hydrate host strata from JAPEX/JNOC/GSC Mallik 2L-38. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin, 544: 57-68.

19. Lauriol, B.J. and Clark, I.D., 1999. Fissure calcretes in the arctic: a paleohydrologic indicator. Applied Geochemistry 14: 775-785.

18. Bottomley, D.J., Katz, A., Chan, L.H., Starinsky, A., Douglas, M., Clark, I.D. and Raven, K.G., 1999. The origin and evolution of Canadian Shield brines: evaporation or freezing of seawater? New lithium isotope and geochemical evidence from the Slave craton. Chemical Geology 155: 295-320.

17. Cane, G. and Clark, I.D., 1999. Tracing ground water recharge in an agricultural watershed with isotopes. Ground Water 37: 133-139.

16. Clark, I.D. and B. Lauriol, 1997. Aufeis of the Firth River basin, northern Yukon, Canada: insights to permafrost hydrogeology and karst. Arctic and Alpine Research, 29: 240-252.

15. Bajjali, W., Clark, I.D. and P. Fritz, 1997. The artesian thermal groundwaters of northern Jordan: insights to their recharge history and age.  Journal of Hydrology, 192: 355-382.

14. Lauriol, B., Duchesne, C. et Clark, I.D., 1995. Systématique du remplissage en eau des fentes de gel: les résultats d’une étude oxygène-18 et deutérium. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 16: 47-55.

13. Clark, I.D., Dayal, R. and Khoury, H.N., 1994. The Maqarin (Jordan) natural analogue for 14C attenuation in cementitious barriers. Waste Management, 14:467-477.

12. Clark, I.D., Fritz P., Seidlitz, H.K., Trimborn, P., Milodowski, A.E., Pearce, J.M., and Khoury, H.N., 1993. Recarbonation of metamorphosed marls in Jordan. Applied Geochemistry, 8: 473-481.

11. Carrillo-Rivera, J.J., Clark, I.D. and Fritz, P., 1992. Investigating recharge of shallow and paleo-groundwaters in the Villa de Reyes basin, SLP, Mexico with environmental isotopes. Applied Hydrogeology 4:35-48.

10. Ghomshei, M. and Clark, I.D., 1993. Oxygen and hydrogen isotopes in deep thermal waters from the South Meager Creek geothermal area, British Columbia, Canada. Geothermics, 22: 79-89.

9. Lauriol, B. and Clark, I.D., 1993. An approach to determine the origin and age of massive ice blockages in two Arctic caves. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 4: 77-85.

8. Clark, I.D. and B. Lauriol, 1992. Kinetic enrichment of stable isotopes in cryogenic calcites. Chemical Geology (Isotope Geoscience Section), 102: 217-228.

7. Clark, I.D., J-Ch. Fontes and P. Fritz, 1992. Stable isotope disequilibria in travertine from high pH waters: laboratory investigations and field observations from Oman. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 56: 2041-2050.

6. Weiser, A., H.Y. Göksu, I.D. Clark, D.F. Regulla, P. Fritz and A. Vogenauer, 1992. ESR and TL dating of travertine from Jordan: complications in paleodose assessment. Applied Radiation and Isotopes, 44: 149-152.

5. Khoury, H.N., E. Salameh, I.D. Clark, P. Fritz, W. Bajjali, A.E. Milodowski, M.R. Cave and W.R. Alexander, 1992. A natural analogue of high pH cement pore waters from the Maqarin site of northern Jordan, 1: Introduction to the site. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 46: 117-132.

4. Lauriol, B., J. Cinq Mars and I.D. Clark, 1991. Les naleds du nord du Yukon: Localisation, genèse et fonte. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 2: 225-236.

3. Clark, I.D. and J-Ch. Fontes, 1990. Palaeoclimatic reconstruction in northern Oman based on carbonates from hyperalkaline groundwaters. Quaternary Research, 33: 320-336.

2. Clark, I.D., P. Fritz, and J.G. Souther, 1989. Geochemistry and isotope hydrogeology of the Mount Edziza - Mess Creek geothermal area. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 26: 1160-1171.

1. Clark, I.D., P. Fritz, F.A. Michel and J.G. Souther, 1982. Isotope hydrogeology and geothermometry of the Mount Meager geothermal area. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 19: 1454-1473.