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Kenneth A. Eriksson

Professor Emeritus of Sedimentary Geology
Ken Eriksson
2045 Derring Hall


Ph.D., University of the Witwatersrand, 1977

M.S., University of the Witwatersrand, 1972

B.S. (Hons), University of the Witwatersrand, 1968

B.S., University of the Witwatersrand, 1967

  • Siliciclastic sedimentology
  • Precambrian crustal evolution
  • Diagenesis of siliciclastic sediments
  • Sediment-hosted mineral deposits


  • Tankard, A.J., Jackson, M.P.A., Eriksson, K.A., Hobday, D.K., Hunter, D.R. and Minter, W.E.L., 1982.  Crustal Evolution of Southern Africa:  3.8 b.y. of Earth History.  Springer-Verlag.
  • Gao, Z., Eriksson, K.A. and He, Y., 1998. Deep-water Traction Current Deposits - a study of internal tides, internal waves, contour currents and their deposits. Science Press, Beijing and VSP, Utrecht, 128pp.

Refereed Journals and Special Publications

  • Eriksson, K.A., 1972.  Cyclic sedimentation in the Malmani Dolomite, Potchefstroom Synclinorium.  Trans. Geol. Soc. S. Afr., 75, 85-98.
  • Truswell, J.F. and Eriksson, K.A., 1972.  The morphology of stromatolites from the Transvaal Dolomite north-west of Johannesburg, South Africa.  Trans. Geol. Soc. S. Afr., 75, 99-110.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Truswell, J.F., 1973.  High inheritance elongate stromatolitic mounds from the Transvaal Dolomite.  Palaeontologia Africana, 15, 23-28.
  • Truswell, J.F. and Eriksson, K.A., 1973.  Stromatolitic associations and their palaeoenvironmental significance:  a re-appraisal of a Lower Proterozoic locality from the northern Cape Province, South Africa.  Sediment. Geol., 10, 1-23.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1973.  The Timeball Hill Formation -- a fossil delta. Jour. Sed. Petrol., 43, 1046-1953.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Truswell, J.F., 1973.  Did Lunar Capture predate 2.2 aeons?  S. Afr. Jour. Sci., 69, 150-152.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Truswell, J.F., 1974.  Tidal flat associations from a Lower Proterozoic carbonate sequence in South Africa.  Sedimentology, 21, 293-309.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Truswell, J.F., 1974.  Stratotypes from the Malmani Subgroup north-west of Johannesburg, South Africa.  Trans. Geol. Soc. S. Afr., 77, 211-222.
  • MacGregor, I.M., Truswell, J.F. and Eriksson, K.A., 1974.  Filamentous algae from the 2,300 m.y. old Transvaal Dolomite.  Nature, 247, 538-540.
  • Truswell, J.F. and Eriksson, K.A., 1975.  A palaeoenvironmental interpretation of the early Proterozoic Malmani Dolomite from Zwartkops, South Africa.  Precambr. Res., 2, 277-303.
  • Eriksson, K.A., McCarthy, T.S. and Truswell, J.F., 1975.  Limestone formation and dolomitization in a lower Proterozoic succession from South Africa.  Jour. Sed. Petrol., 45, 604-614.
  • Truswell, J.F. and Eriksson, K.A., 1975.  Facies and laminations in the Lower Proterozoic Transvaal Dolomite, 57-73.  In:  Rosenberg, G.D. and Runcorn, S.K., eds., Growth Rhythms and the Earth's Rotation, John Wiley and Sons, 559 pp.
  • Grootenboer, J., Eriksson, K.A. and Truswell, J.F., 1975.  Stratigraphic subdivisions of the Transvaal Dolomite from ERTS imagery.  NASA/Goddard Space Flight Centre Symposium of Significant Results Obtained from ERTS-1, Washington, D.C., December 1973.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Truswell, J.F. and Button, A., 1976.  Palaeoenvironmental and geochemical models from a lower Proterozoic succession in South Africa, 635-643.  In:  Walter, M.R., ed., Stromatolites, Developments in Sedimentology, Elsevier.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Hobday, D.K. and Klein, G.deV., 1976.  Tidal sedimentation.  Geotimes, 21, 19-20.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1977.  Tidal deposits from the Archaean Moodies Group, Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa.  Sediment. Geol., 18, 257-281.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1977.  Tidal flat and subtidal sedimentation in the Malmani Dolomite, South Africa.  Sediment. Geol., 18, 223-244.
  • Vos, R.G. and Eriksson, K.A., 1977.  An embayment model for tidal deposits occurring within a fluvially-dominated middle Proterozoic sequence in South Africa.  Sediment. Geol., 18, 161-173.
  • Bertrand, J. and Eriksson, K.A., 1977.  Columnar stromatolites from the early Proterozoic Schmidtsdrift Formation, northern Cape Province, South Africa. Palaeontologia Afr., 20, 1-26.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1978.  Alluvial and destructive beach facies from the Archaean Moodies Group, Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa and Swaziland.  Can. Soc. Petrol. Geol., Mem. 5, 287-311.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Truswell, J.F., 1978.  Geological processes and atmospheric evolution in the Precambrian, 219-238:  In:  Tarling, D.H., ed., Evolution of the Earth's Crust, Academic Press.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1979.  Marginal marine depositional processes from the Archaean Moodies Group, Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa:  evidence and significance.  Precambr. Res., 8, 153-182.
  • LeBlanc Smith, G. and Eriksson, K.A., 1979.  A fluvio-glacial and glacio-lacustrine deltaic depositional model for Permo-Carboniferous coals of the northeastern Karoo Basin, South Africa.  Palgeog. Palclim. Palecol., 27, 67-84.
  • Harrell, J.A. and Eriksson, K.A., 1979.  Empirical conversion equations for thin section and sieve derived size distribution parameters.  Jour. Sed. Petrol., 49, 473-480.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Vos, R.G., 1979.  A fluvial fan depositional model for middle Proterozoic red beds from the Waterberg Group, South Africa.  Precambr. Res., 9, 169-188.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1980.  Hydrodynamic and palaeogeographic interpretation of turbidite deposits from the Archaean Fig Tree Group of the Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa.  Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer., 91, 21-26.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1980.  Transitional sedimentation styles in the Fig Tree & Moodies Group, Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa:  evidence favouring an Atlantic or Japan sea-type Archaean continental margin.  Symposium on Early Precambrian Vulcanology and Sedimentology in the Light of the Recent. Precambr. Res., 12, 141-160.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Turner, B.R. and Vos, R.G., 1981.  Evidence of tidal processes from the lower part of the Witwatersrand Supergroup.  Sediment. Geol., 29, 309-325.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Macgregor, I.M., 1981.  The Precambrian paleontology of southern Africa:  In:  Hunter, D.R., ed., Precambrian Geology of the Southern Hemisphere, Elsevier.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1982.  Sedimentation patterns in the Barberton Mountain Land, South Africa and Pilbara Block, Australia:  evidence for Archean rifted continental margins.  Tectonophys., 81, 179-193.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1982.  Archaean platform to trough sedimentation in the east Pilbara Block, Australia.  Geol. Soc. Austral., Spec. Publ. 7, 235-244.
  • Bickle, M.J. and Eriksson, K.A., 1982.  Evolution and subsidence of Archean sedimentary basins.  Philos. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond., A305, 225-247.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1982.  Submarine channel deposits from the Archean of the Pilbara Block, Western Australia:  geometry and internal characteristics.  Jour. Sed. Petrol., 52, 383-393.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1982.  Tidalites.  Encyclopaedia of Science & Technology.  McGraw-Hill.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1983.  Archaean and early Proterozoic sedimentation styles in the Kaapvaal Province, South Africa and Pilbara Block, Australia.  Proc. Int'l Symposium on Archaean and Early Proterozoic Geological Evolution.  Brazilian Geol. Society.  Revista Brasileira de Geosciences, 12, 121-131.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Warren, J. K., 1983.  A paleohydrologic model for early Proterozoic dolomitization and silicification.  Precambr. Res., 21, 299-321.
  • McLennan, S.M., Taylor, S. R. and Eriksson, K.A., 1983.  Geochemistry of Archean shales from the Pilbara Supergroup, Western Australia.  Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 47, 1211-1222.
  • Edwards, M., Eriksson, K.A. and Kier, R., 1983.  The paleohydrology of fine-grained Permian point bar sequences in north-central Texas.  Jour. Sed. Petrol., 53, 1261-1270.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1983.  Archean iron-formations:  environments of deposition and controls on formation.  J. Geol. Soc. Austr., 30, 473-482.
  • Hoffman, P.F., Tirrul, R., Grotzinger, J.P., Lucas, S.B. and Eriksson, K.A., 1984.  The externides of Wopmay Orogen, Takiju Lake and Kikerk Lake map areas, district of MacKenzie.  Current Research Part A, Geol. Surv. Canada, Paper 84-1A, p. 383-395.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Soegaard, K., 1985.  Petrography and geochemistry of Precambrian sediments:  implications for weathering and crustal evolution.  Geol. Survey Finland Bull. 331, 7-32.
  • Soegaard, K. and Eriksson, K.A., 1985.  Evidence for tidal, wave and storm interaction on a Precambrian shelf:  the 1.7 Ga Ortega Group, New Mexico.  Jour. Sed. Petrol., 55, 672-684.
  • Soegaard, K. and Eriksson, K.A., 1986.  Transition from arc volcanism to stable shelf and subsequent convergent margin sedimentation in northern New Mexico between 1.8 and 1.65 Ga.  Jour. Geol., 94, 47-66.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Donaldson, J.A., 1986.  Basinal and shelf sedimentation in relation to the Archean-Proterozoic boundary.  Precambr. Res., 33, 103-121.
  • Taylor, S.R., Rudnick, R.L., McLennan, S.M. and Eriksson, K.A., 1986.  Rare earth element patterns in Archean high-grade metasediments and their tectonic significance.  Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 50, 2267-2279.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Chuck, R.G., 1986.  Aulacogens--tectonic and sedimentary evolution and related mineralization. Stratiform and Stratabound Ore Deposits, p. 461-529, Elsevier.
  • Harris, C.W., Gibson, R.G., Simpson, C. and Eriksson, K.A., 1987.  Proterozoic cuspate basement-cover structure, Needle Mountains, Colorado.  Geology, 15, 950-953.
  • Jackson, M.P.A., Eriksson, K.A. and Harris, C.W., 1987.  Early Archean foredeep sedimentation related to crustal shortening:  a reinterpretation of the Barberton Sequence, southern Africa.  Tectonophys., 136, 197-221.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Kidd, W.S.F., and Krapez, B., 1988.  Basin analysis in regionally metamorphosed and deformed early Archean terrains: examples from southern Africa and Western Australia.  In:  Kleinspehn, K. and Paola, C., eds., New Perspectives in Basin Analysis, Springer-Verlag, New York.
  • DeLuca, J.L. and Eriksson, K.A., 1989.  Controls on synchronous ephemeral and perennial-river sedimenta­tion in the middle sandstone member of the Triassic Chinle Formation, N.E. New Mexico.  Sediment. Geol., 61, 155-175.
  • Simpson, E. and Eriksson, K.A., 1989.  Rift to incipient passive-margin sedimentation within the lower Cambrian Unicoi Formation, southern and central Virginia.  Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., 101, 42-54.
  • Soegaard, K. and Eriksson, K.A., 1989.  Origin of thick, first-cycle quartz arenite successions:  evidence from the 1700 m.y. old Ortega Group, northern New Mexico.  Precambr. Res., 43, 129-141.
  • Harris, C.W. and Eriksson, K.A., 1990.  Allogenic controls on the evolution of storm to tidal shelf sequences in the early Proterozoic Uncompahgre Group, southwest Colorado, U.S.A.  Sedimentology, 37, 189-213.
  • Simpson, E. and Eriksson, K.A., 1990.  Early Cambrian progradational and transgressive sedimentation patterns in Virginia:  an example of the early history of a passive margin.  Jour. Sed. Petrol., 60, 84-100.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Simpson, E., 1990.  Recognition of high-frequency sea-level changes in Proterozoic siliciclastic tidal deposits, Mount Isa, Australia.  Geology, 18, 474-477.
  • Jackson, J.M., Simpson, E.L., and Eriksson, K.A., 1990.  Facies and sequence stratigrapic analysis in an intracratonic, thermal-relaxation basin:  the middle Proterozoic, lower Quilalar Formation, Mount Isa Orogen, Australia.  Sedimentology, 37, 1053-1078.
  • Gao, Zhenzhong and Eriksson, K.A., 1991.  Internal - tide deposits in an Ordovician submarine channel:  previously unrecognized facies.  Geology, 19, 734-737.
  • Simpson, E.L. and Eriksson, K.A., 1991.  Depositional facies and controls on parasequence development in siliciclastic tidal deposits from the early Proterozoic, upper Mount Guide Quartzite, Mount Isa Inlier, Australia.  Canadian Soc. Petroleum Geologists Memoir 16, 371-387.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Taylor, S.R. and Korsch, R.W., 1992.  Geochemistry of 1.8 - 1.67 Ga mudstones and siltstones from the Mount Isa Inlier, Queensland, Australia:  Provenance and Tectonic Implications.  Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 56, 899-909.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Simpson, E.L., 1993.  Braided-alluvial sedimentation in a mafic volcanic setting:  tectonic implications.  Int'l Assoc. Sedimentologists Spec. Pub. 17, 473-488.
  • Simpson, E.L. and Eriksson, K.A., 1993.  Thin-bedded eolianites:  Early Proterozoic Whitworth Formation, Mount Isa Inlier, Australia.  Sedimentary Geology, 87, 39-62.
  • Blenkinsop, T.G., Fedo, C.M., Bickle, M.J., Eriksson, K.A., Martin, A., Nisbet, E.G. and Wilson, J.F., 1993.  An ensialic origin for the Ngezi Group, Belingwe Greenstone Belt, Zimbabwe.  Geology, 21, 1135-1138.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Simpson, E.L. and Jackson, M.J., 1994.  Stratigraphic evolution of a Proterozoic rift to thermal-relaxation basin, Mount Isa Inlier, Australia:  Constraints on nature of lithospheric extension.  Int'l Assoc. Sedimentologists Spec. Pub. 20, 203-221.
  • Law, R.D., Pope, M.C., Wirgart, R.H., Eriksson, K.A., Robinson, E.S., Sayer, S., Phinney, E.J. and Bollinger, G.A., 1994. Geologically recent near-surface faulting and folding in Giles County, Southwest Virginia: New exposures of extensional and apparent reverse faults in alluvial sediments between Pembroke and Pearisburg. Proceedings of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Report NUREG/CP-0133, Vol. 3, 415-432.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Krapez, B. and Fralick, P.W., 1994.  Sedimentology of greenstone belts:  Signature of tectonic evolution.  Earth Science Reviews, 37, 1-88.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Fedo, C.M., 1994. Archean Cratonic Sedimentary Successions. In: Condie, K.C. (ed.), Archean Crustal Evolution. Elsevier, p. 171-204.
  • Blenkinsop, T.G., Fedo, C.M., Bickle, M.J., Eriksson, K.A., Martin, A., Nisbet, E.G., Wilson, J.F. and Orpen, J.L., 1994. Ensialic origin for the Ngezi Group, Belingwe Greenstone Belt, Zimbabwe: Reply to Comment. Geology, 22, 767-768.
  • McLennan, S.M., Hemming, S.R., Taylor, S.R. and Eriksson, K.A., 1995. Early Proterozoic crustal evolution: geochemical and Nd-Pb isotopic evidence from metasedimentary rocks, southwestern North America. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 59, 1153-1177.
  • Blenkinsop, T.G. and Eriksson, K.A., 1995. Gold concentration in the Witwatersrand Reefs by footwall cannibalization. Economic Geology, 90, 200-202.
  • Fedo, C.M. and Eriksson, K.A., 1995. Geologic setting and ideas concerning the origin of the iron-ore deposits at Buhwa, Zimbabwe. Subsaharan Economic Geology 1993 edited by T.G. Blenkinsop and P.L. Tromp. A.A. Balkema, p.43-53.
  • Eriksson, K.A., 1995.  Crustal growth, surface processes and atmospheric evolution on the early Earth. In: Coward, M.P. and Ries, A.C. (eds.), Early Precambrian Processes.   Geol. Soc. London, Spec. Publ. 95, 11-25.
  • Driese, S.G., Simpson, E.L. and Eriksson, K.A., 1995. Redoximorphic paleosols in alluvial and lacustrine deposits, 1.8 Ga Lochness Formation, Mount Isa, Australia: pedogenic processes and implications for paleoclimate. Journal Sedimentary Research, A 65, 675-689.
  • Fedo, C. M. and Eriksson, K.A., 1996. Stratigraphic framework of the ~3.0 Ga Buhwa Greenstone Belt: a stable-shelf succession unique in the Zimbabwe Archean Craton. Precambrian Research, 77, 161-179.
  • Fedo, C. M., Eriksson, K.A. and Blenkinsop, T.G., 1996. Geologic history of the Archean Buhwa Greenstone Belt and surrounding granite-gneiss terrane, Zimbabwe with implications for the evolution of the Limpopo Belt. Canadian Journal Earth Sciences, 32, 1977-1990.
  • Fedo, C.M., Eriksson, K.A. and Krogstad, E., 1996. Geochemistry of shales from the Archean (~3.0 Ga) Buhwa Greenstone Belt, Zimbabwe: Implications for provenance and source-area weathering. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 60, 1751-1763.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Krapez, B. and Fralick, P.W., 1997. Sedimentological aspects of greenstone belts.   In: de Wit, M.J. and Ashwal, L. (eds.), Tectonic Evolution of Greenstone Belts.  Oxford University Press, 33-54.
  • Miller, D.J. and Eriksson, K.A., 1997. Late Mississippian prodeltaic rhythmites in the Appalachian Basin: a hierarchical record of tidal and climatic periodicities. Jour. Sedimentary Research, B67, 653-660.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Simpson, E.L., 1998. Precambrian eolianites: preservational bias? Sedimentary Geology, 120, 275-294.
  • Miller, D.J. and Eriksson, K.A., 1999. Linked sequence development and global climate change: the upper Mississippian record in the Appalachian basin. Geology, 27, 35-38.
  • Adkins, R.M. and Eriksson, K.A., 1999. Rhythmic sedimentation in a mid-Pennsylvanian delta front succession, Four Corners Formation (Breathitt Group), eastern Kentucky: a near complete record of daily, semi-monthly and monthly tidal periodicities. Society Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Spec.Publ. 61. Tidalites: Processes and Products, 85-94.
  • Turner, B.R. and Eriksson, K.A., 1999. Meander bend reconstruction from an upper Mississippian muddy point bar at Possum Hollow, West Virginia, USA. Spec Publ. International Assoc Sedimentologists, 28, 363-379.
  • Miller, D.J. and Eriksson, K.A., 2000. Sequence stratigraphy of upper Mississippian strata in the Central Appalachians: a record of glacioeustasy and foreland-basin tectonics. Amer. Assoc. Petrol. Geologists, 84, 210-233.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Simpson, E.L., 2000. Quantifying the oldest tidal record: the 3.2 Ga Moodies Group, Barberton greenstone Belt, South Africa. Geology, 28, 831-834.
  • Eriksson, P.G., Simpson, E.L., Eriksson, K.A., Bumby, A., Steyn, G.L. and Sarkar,, S., 2000. Muddy roll-up structures in siliciclastic interdune beds of the c. 1.8 Ga Waterberg Group, South Africa. Palaois, 15, 177-183.
  • Law, R.D., Eriksson, K.A. and Davison, C., 2001 Stratigraphic and structural evolution of the early Diligencia Basin (late Tertiary), Orocopia Mountains, southern California. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer., 113, 196-221.
  • Bekker, A., Kaufman, A.J., Karhu, J.A., Beukes, N.J., Swart, Q.D, Coetzee, L.L. and Eriksson, K.A., 2001. Chemostratigraphy of the Paleoproterozoic Duitschland Formation, South Africa: Implications for coupled climate change and carbon cycling. American Journal of Science, 301, 261-285.
  • Lin Changsong, Kenneth Eriksson, Li Sitain, Wan Yongxian, Ren Jangye and Liu Jingyan, 2001. Sequence Architecture, Depositional Systems, and Computer Simulation of Lacustrine Basin Fills in Erlian Basin, Northeast China. AAPG Bulletin 85, 2017-2043.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Simpson, E.L., 2001. Quantifying the oldest tidal record: the Moodies Group, Barberton Greenstone Belt, South Africa. Geology, Reply to Comment. Geology, 29, 1159-1160.
  • Simpson, E.L., Eriksson, K.A., Eriksson, P.G. and Bumby, A., 2002. Genesis of massive sandstones interbedded with eolianites: the 1.8 Ga Makgabeng Formation, South Africa. Jour Sedimentary Research, 72, 40-45.
  • Beukes, N.J., Eriksson, K.A., and Sumner, D.Y., 2002. Archean to Proterozoic sedimentological superlatives along the eastern Kaapvaal Craton. Excursion Guide, 16th International Sedimentological Conference. Rand Afrikaans University, South Africa, 79pp.
  • Bekker, A. and Eriksson, K.A., 2003, Paleoproterozoic drowned carbonate platform on the southeastern margin of the Wyoming Craton: a record of the Kenoraland breakup. Precambrian Research, 120, 327-364
  • Bekker, A., Karhu, J.A., Eriksson, K.A. and Kaufman, A.J., 2003,  Chemostratigraphy of Paleoproterozoic carbonate successions of the Wyoming Craton: a record of secular carbon isotope changes in the ocean. Precambrian Research, 120, 279-325.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Campbell, I.H., Palin, J.M. and Allen, C.M., 2003. Predominance of Grenvillian magmatism recorded in detrital zircons from modern Appalachian rivers. Journal of Geology, 111, 707-717.
  • Krogstad, E.J., Fedo, C.M. and Eriksson, K.A., 2004. Provenance ages and alteration histories of shales from the Middle Archean Buhwa greenstone belt, Zimbabwe: Nd and Pb isotopic evidence. Geochim. et Cosmochim. Acta., 68, 319-332.
  • Simpson, E.L, Eriksson, K.A., Kuklis, C.A., Eriksson, P.G., Bumby, A.J. and van Jaarsveld, C.F., 2004. A 1.8 Ga playa deposit in the Makgabeng Formation, Waterberg Group, South Africa. Sedimentary Geology, 163, 279-292.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Campbell, I.H., Palin, J.M., Allen, C.M., and Bock, B., 2004. Evidence for multiple recycling in Neoproterozoic through Pennsylvanian sandstones of the central Appalachian Basin. Journal of Geology, 112, 261-276.
  • Eriksson, K.A. and Simpson, E.L., 2004. Precambrian tidalites: recognition and significance. The Precambrian Earth: Tempos and Events. Elsevier, p. 631-642.
  • Simpson, E.L., Alkmin, F.F., Bose, P.K., Bumby, A.J., Eriksson, K.A., Eriksson, P.G., Martins-Neto, M. A., and Rainbird, R.H., 2004. Sedimentary dynamics of Precambrian aeolianites. The Precambrian Earth: Tempos and Events. Elsevier, p.642-657.
  • Hoffman, A., Anhaeusser, C.R., Eriksson, K.A. and Dziggel, A., 2004. Processes on the early Earth: excursion guide to the Geology of the Barberton Greenstone Belt. Economic Geology Research institute Circular No. 378, 49pp.
  • Reed, J.S., Eriksson, K.A. and Kowalewski, M., 2005. Controls on Carboniferous sandstone diagenesis, Central Appalachian basin: a qualitative and quantitative assessment. Sedimentary Geology, 176, 225-246.
  • Bekker, A., Kaufman, A. J., Karhu, J. A., and Eriksson, K. A., 2005. Evidence for the early Paleoproterozoic post-glacial cap carbonates in North America. Precambrian Research, 137, 167-206.
  • Reed, J.S., Spotila, J.A., Eriksson, K.A., and Bodnar, R.J., 2005. The downs and ups of Pennsylvanian strata, central Appalachian basin. Basin Research, 17, 259-268.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Simpson, E.L., Master, S., and Henry, G., 2005. Neoarchaean (ca. 2.58 Ga) halite casts; implications for palaeo-oceanic chemistry. Journal of the Geological Society of London, 162, 789-799.
  • Noffke, N., Eriksson, K.A., Hazen R.M. and Simpson E.L., 2006. A new window into early Archean life: microbial mats in Earth’s oldest siliciclastic tidal deposits (3.2 Ga Moodies Group, South Africa). Geology, 34, 253-256.
  • Eriksson, K.A., Simpson, E.L. and Mueller, W., 2006. Depositional and geodynamic setting of fluvio-tidal facies in the ~3.2 Ga Moodies Group, South Africa. Sedimentary Geology, 190, 13-24.
  • Maynard, J.P., Eriksson, K.A. and Law, R.D., 2006. The Upper Mississippian Bluefield Formation in the Central Appalachian Basin: a hierarchical sequence stratigraphic record of a greenhouse to icehouse transition. Sedimentary Geology, 192, 99-122.

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