Wade, J., Dyck, B., Palin, R., Moore, J. and Smye, A., Divergent fates of primitive water on Earth and Mars; submitted.
Foley, B. and Smye, A.J., Carbon cycling and habitability of stagnant lid planets; submitted.
Fisher, D., Smye, A., Marone, C., van Keken, P., Yamaguchi, A, and Oakley, D., Spectrum of Megathrust Slip Behavior Recorded within Ancient Accretionary Complexes: the Role of Silica Redistribution; submitted.
McKenzie, R, Smye, A.J., Hegde, G.V. and Stockli, D.F., Detrital zircon trace elemental compositions from India as a proxy for crustal evolution; submitted.
Smye, A.J., Lavier, L., Stockli, D and Zack, T. Crustal reheating and mantle upwelling during continental break-up triggered by lithospheric instabilities; submitted.
[14.] Marsh, J.M. and Smye, A.J. 2017. U-Pb systematics and trace element characteristics in titanite from a HP mafic granulite; Chemical Geology, 466: 403-416 [PDF].
[13.] Smye, A.J., Seman, S., Hudak, M. and Crispin, K. 2017. Rates of mantle cooling and exhumation during rifting constrained by REE-in-orthopyroxene speedometry; Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 18: 2510-2525 [PDF].
[12.] Smye, A.J., Jackson, C.R.M., Konrad-Schmolke, M., Hesse, M.A., Parman, S.W., Shuster, D.L. and Ballentine, C.J. 2017. Noble gases recycled into the mantle through cold subduction zones; Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 471: 65-73 [PDF]..
[11.] Seymour, N., Stockli, D., Beltrando, M. and Smye, A.J. 2016. Tracing the thermal evolution of lower continental crust through continental extension; Tectonics, 35:2439-2466 [PDF].
[10.] Bracciali, L., Parrish, R., Najman, Y., Smye, A.J., Carter, A., and Wijbrans, J. 2016. Plio-Pleistocene exhumation of the eastern Himalayan syntaxis and its domal 'pop-up'; Earth Science Reviews, 160: 350-385 [PDF].
[9.] Sathaye, K., Smye, A.J., Jordan, J. and Hesse, M. 2016. Noble gases preserve history of a retentive continental crust; Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 443: 32-40 [PDF].
[8.] Jackson, C., Shuster, D., Parman, S. and Smye, A.J. 2015. Noble gas diffusivity hindered by low energy sites in amphibole; Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 172: 65-75 [PDF].
[7.] Smye, A.J. and Stockli, D.F., 2014. Rutile U-Pb age depth profiling: a continuous record of lithospheric thermal evolution; Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 408: 171-182 [PDF].
[6.] Smye, A.J., Roberts, N., Condon, D.J., Horstwood, M.S.A. and Parrish, R.R., 2014. Characterizing the U-Th-Pb systematics of allanite by ID and LA-ICPMS: implications for geochronology; Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 135: 1-28 [PDF].
[5.] Smye, A.J., Warren, C. and Bickle, M.J., 2013. The signature of devolatilisation: extraneous 40Ar systematics in high-pressure metamorphic rocks; Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 113: 94–112 [PDF].
[4.] Warren, C., Smye, A.J., Kelley, S. and Sherlock, S., 2011. Using white mica 40Ar/39Ar data as a tracer for fluid flow and permeability under high-P conditions: Tauern Window, Eastern Alps; Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 30: 63–80 [PDF].
[3.] Smye, A.J., Bickle, M.J., Holland, T.J.B., Parrish, R.R. and Condon, D.J., 2011. Rapid formation and exhumation of the youngest Alpine eclogites: A thermal conundrum to Barrovian metamorphism; Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 306: 193–204 [PDF].
[2.] Smye, A.J., Greenwood, L. and Holland, T.J.B., 2010. Garnet–chloritoid–kyanite assemblages: Eclogite facies indicators of subduction constraints in orogenic belts; Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 28: 753-768 [PDF].
[1.] Smye, A.J., St-Onge, M.R. and Waters, D.J., 2009. Contrasting metamorphic pressure–temperature histories within the Trans-Hudson Orogen’s hinterland, southwest Baffin Island, Nunavut; Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research 6: 18 p.
Dyck, B. and Smye, A.J. The deep water budget of a mountain belt.
Smye, A.J., + others. Time and length scales of fluid-rock interaction under high-P conditions: constraints and observations from the Tauern Window eclogites.
Smye, A.J. Resolving lithospheric thermal histories using accessory phase speedometry. Invited for publication in Chemical Geology