Penman, D.E and Rooney, A.D. (2019). Coupled carbon and silica cycle perturbations during the Marinoan snowball Earth deglaciation. Geology 47(4) (pp. 317-320).

Isson, T., Love, G., Dupont, C., Reinhard, C., Zumberge, A., Asael, D., Gueguen, B., McCrow, J., Gill, B., Owens, J., Rainbird, R., Rooney, A.D., Zhao, M-Y., Stueeken, EE., Konhauser, K., John, S., Lyons, T., Planavsky, N. (2018). Tracking the rise of eukaryotes to ecological dominance with zinc isotopes. Geobiology, 16 (4), (pp. 341-352).

Li, Y., Zhang, S., Hobbs, R., Caiado, C., Sproson, A. D., Selby, D., & Rooney, A. D. (2018). Monte Carlo sampling for error propagation in linear regression and applications in isochron geochronology. Science Bulletin. 64 (3), 189-197.

Cohen, P. A., Strauss, J. V., Rooney, A. D., Sharma, M. and Tosca, N. (2017) Controlled hydroxyapatite biomineralization in an ~810 million-year-old unicellular eukaryote, Science Advances, 3(6). 

Rooney, A. D., Austermann, J., Smith, E. F., Li, Y., Selby, D., Dehler, C. M., Schmitz, M. D., Karlstrom, K. E. and Macdonald, F. A. (2017). Coupled Re-Os and U-Pb geochronology of the Tonian Chuar Group, Grand Canyon, GSA Bulletin, 130(7-8), pp. 1085-1098.

Bold, U., Smith, E.F., Rooney, A.D., Bowring, S.A., Buchwaldt, R., Dúdas, F.Ö., Ramezani, J., Crowley, J.L., Schrag, D.P., Macdonald, F.M. (2016). Neoproterozoic stratigraphy of the Zavkhan Terrane of Mongolia: the backbone for Cryogenian and early Ediacaran chemostratigraphic records. Am. J. Sci. 316, pp. 1–63. 

Rooney, A. D., Selby, D., Lloyd, J. M., Roberts, D. H., Lückge, A., Sageman, B. B. and Prouty, N. G. (2016). Tracking millennial-scale Holocene glacial advance and retreat using osmium isotopes: Insights from the Greenland ice sheet. Quaternary Science Reviews, 138, pp. 49-61.

Rooney, A. D., Strauss, J. V., Brandon, A. D. and Macdonald, F. A. (2015). A Cryogenian chronology: Two long-lasting synchronous Neoproterozoic glaciations. Geology, 43(5), pp. 459-462.

Swanson-Hysell, N.L., Maloof, A.C., Condon, D.J., Jenkin, G.R.T., Alene, M., Tremblay, M.M., Tesema, T., Rooney, A.D., and Haileab, B. (2015). Stratigraphy and geochronology of the Tambien Group, Ethiopia: Evidence for globally synchronous carbon isotope change in the Neoproterozoic. Geology, 43, pp. 323-326. 

Rooney, A. D., Macdonald, F. A., Strauss, J. V., Dudás, F. Ö., Hallmann, C. and Selby, D. (2014) Re-Os geochronology and coupled Os-Sr isotope constraints on the Sturtian snowball Earth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111(1), pp. 51.

Sperling, E. A., A. D. Rooney, L. Hays, V. N. Sergeev, N. G. Vorob’eva, N. D. Sergeeva, D. Selby, D. T. Johnston, and A. H. Knoll. (2014). Redox Heterogeneity of Subsurface Waters in the Mesoproterozoic Ocean. Geobiology 12 (5) pp373–386. 

Bertoni, M. E., Rooney, A. D., Selby, D., Alkmim, F. F., & Le Heron, D. P. (2014). Neoproterozoic Re–Os systematics of organic-rich rocks in the São Francisco Basin, Brazil and implications for hydrocarbon exploration. Precambrian Research, 255, pp. 355-366. 

Strauss, J. V., Rooney, A. D., Macdonald, F. A., Brandon, A. D. and Knoll, A. H. (2014). 740 Ma vase-shaped microfossils from Yukon, Canada: Implications for Neoproterozoic chronology and biostratigraphy, Geology, 42(8), pp. 659-662.

Cumming, V.M. and Poulton, S.W. and Rooney, A.D. and Selby, D. (2013). Anoxia in the terrestrial environment during the late Mesoproterozoic., Geology., 41 (5). pp. 583-586.

Selby, D., M. Cumming, V., Rooney, A., & Finlay, A. (2013).Hydrocarbons/Rhenium–Osmium (Re–Os): Organic-Rich Sedimentary Rocks. Encyclopedia of Scientific Dating Methods, p. 1-7.

Rooney, A. D., Selby, D., Lewan, M. D., Lillis, P. G. and Houzay, J.-P. (2012) Evaluating Re–Os systematics in organic-rich sedimentary rocks in response to petroleum generation using hydrous pyrolysis experiments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 77, pp. 275-291.

Rooney, A. D., Selby, D., Houzay, J.-P. and Renne, P. R. (2010). Re–Os geochronology of a Mesoproterozoic sedimentary succession, Taoudeni basin, Mauritania: Implications for basin-wide correlations and Re–Os organic-rich sediments systematics. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 289(3), pp. 486-496.