Skip to Main Content
Skip Nav Destination

Controls on source and depth of emplacement of granitic magma

Geology (1981) 9 (6): 244–249.
This article has been cited by the following articles in journals that are participating in CrossRef Cited-by Linking.
Hosts of Sn in reduced deep-seated W skarn systems: A case study on the world-class scheelite skarn deposit, Zhuxi, South China
Mineralium Deposita (2024)
Petrogenesis of Scheelite-Bearing Albitite as an Indicator for the Formation of a World-Class Scheelite Skarn Deposit: A Case Study of the Zhuxi Tungsten Deposit
Economic Geology (2021) 116 (1): 91.
The world-class mid-Mesozoic Jiangnan tungsten belt, South China: Coeval large reduced and small oxidized tungsten systems controlled by different magmatic petrogeneses
Ore Geology Reviews (2021) 139: 104543.
Economic Geology (2018) 113 (5): 1193.
The formation of the world-class Zhuxi scheelite skarn deposit: Implications from the petrogenesis of scheelite-bearing anorthosite
Lithos (2018) 312-313: 153.
Rapid cooling and geospeedometry of granitic rocks exhumation within a volcanic arc: A case study from the Central Slovakian Neovolcanic Field (Western Carpathians)
Island Arc (2017) 26 (5)
Petrology of the Syenites in Sancheong, Korea
The Journal of the Petrological Society of Korea (2015) 24 (1): 25.
Petrogenesis and Solidification Depth of the Jurassic Daebo and Cretaceous Bulguksa Granitic Rocks in South Korea
Resource Geology (2012) 62 (3): 281.
Comparison of Cretaceous granitoids of the Chaun tectonic zone to those of the Taigonos Peninsula, NE Asia: rock chemistry, composition of rock forming minerals, and conditions of formation
Stephan Mueller Special Publication Series (2009) 4: 289.
Strontium and oxygen isotopic evidence for strike/slip movement of accreted terranes in the Idaho Batholith
Lithos (2007) 96 (3-4): 387.
Emplacement of ellipsoid-shaped (diapiric?) granite: Structural and gravimetric analysis of the Oulmès granite (Variscan Meseta, Morocco)
Journal of African Earth Sciences (2007) 48 (5): 301.
Low-temperature thermochronological record of exhumation of the Bitterroot metamorphic core complex, northern Cordilleran Orogen
Tectonophysics (2002) 349 (1-4): 23.
Relationships between crustal partial melting, plutonism, orogeny, and exhumation: Idaho–Bitterroot batholith
Tectonophysics (2001) 342 (3-4): 313.
Magmatic evolution of the suqii-wagga garnet-bearing two-mica granite, wallagga area, western Ethiopia
Journal of African Earth Sciences (2001) 32 (2): 193.
Zircon U-Pb geochronology of the Ottawan Orogeny, Adirondack Highlands, New York: regional and tectonic implications
Precambrian Research (2001) 109 (1-2): 39.
The aqueous geochemistry of the rare earth elements and yttrium. Part 7. REE, Th and U contents in thermal springs associated with the Idaho batholith
Applied Geochemistry (1998) 13 (7): 861.
Crustal melting by ponding of mafic magmas: A numerical model
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1998) 81 (1-2): 19.
Modelling of melt segregation processes by high-temperature centrifuging of partially molten granites-II. Rayleigh-Taylor instability and sedimentation
Geophysical Journal International (1996) 127 (3): 627.
Dynamic model of dehydration melting motivated by a natural analogue: applications to the Ivrea–Verbano zone, northern Italy
Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (1996) 87 (1-2): 23.
Geochemical constraints on the bimodal origin of High Himalayan leucogranites
Lithos (1995) 35 (3-4): 221.
The Granny Smith gold deposit: the role of heterogeneous stress distribution at an irregular granitoid contact in a greenschist facies terrane
Mineralium Deposita (1993) 28 (6): 409.
Ductile shearing and migmatization at mid‐crustal levels in an Archaean high‐grade gneiss belt, northern Gallatin Range, Montana, USA
Journal of Metamorphic Geology (1992) 10 (3): 427.
Geochemical evolution of granitoids from the Archean Abitibi Southern Volcanic Zone and the Pontiac subprovince, Superior Province, Canada: Implications for tectonic history and source regions
Chemical Geology (1992) 98 (1-2): 23.
Low-pressure deformation of a small high-level pluton: The syn-tectonic Davys Creek Granite from the southeastern Lachlan Fold Belt, N.S.W.
Tectonophysics (1992) 214 (1-4): 293.
An overview of the nature, distribution and inferred tectonic setting of granitoids in the late-Archaean Norseman-Wiluna Belt
Precambrian Research (1991) 51 (1-4): 51.
The metamorphism and migmatization of the Xanthe-Echinos metamorphic complex, Central Rhodope, Greece
Lithos (1991) 27 (2): 79.
Eocene plutonic rocks in south central Idaho
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (1991) 96 (B8): 13295.
Geochemistry of crustally derived leucocratic igneous rocks from the Ulugh Muztagh Area, Northern Tibet and their implications for the formation of the Tibetan Plateau
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (1990) 95 (B13): 21483.
Syncompressional Emplacement of the Boulder and Tobacco Root Batholiths (Montana‐USA) by Pull‐apart along Old Fault Zones
Geological Journal (1990) 25 (3-4): 305.
Oxygen isotope map of the giant metamorphic-hydrothermal system around the northern part of the Idaho batholith, U.S.A.
Applied Geochemistry (1990) 5 (5-6): 641.
Frogs report: Friends of Granite, Winter 1990
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union (1990) 71 (9): 298.
Age, Inheritance, and Uplift History of the Old Woman-Piute Batholith, California and Implications for K-Feldspar Age Spectra
The Journal of Geology (1989) 97 (2): 232.
Wadi El-Hudi migmatites, east of Aswan, Egypt: a geological study and some geotectonic implications for the eastern desert of Egypt
Precambrian Research (1989) 44 (1): 67.
Thermal modeling of the Chugach Metamorphic Complex
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (1989) 94 (B4): 4411.
The Gophu La and Western Lunana granites: Miocene muscovite leucogranites of the Bhutan Himalaya
Lithos (1988) 21 (3): 211.
The geology and geochemistry of Upper Proterozoic granitoids from the Red Sea Hills, Sudan
Journal of the Geological Society (1988) 145 (4): 635.
Finite deformation in and around a fluid sphere moving through a viscous medium: implications for diapiric ascent
Tectonophysics (1988) 149 (1-2): 17.
The transition from amphibolite-facies mylonite to chloritic breccia and role of the mylonite in formation of Eocene epizonal plutons, Bitterroot dome, Montana
Geologische Rundschau (1988) 77 (1): 211.
The Role of Tonalites and Mafic Dikes in the Generation of the Idaho Batholith
The Journal of Geology (1988) 96 (1): 31.
Perspectives on the source, segregation and transport of granitoid magmas
Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (1988) 79 (2-3): 135.
Granites and yet more granites forty years on
Geologische Rundschau (1987) 76 (1): 51.
Post‐depositional history of the Willyama Supergroup in the Broken Hill Block, NSW
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (1986) 33 (1): 73.
Heat focussing, granite genesis and inverted metamorphic gradients in continental collision zones
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1985) 73 (2-4): 385.
Chemical and Isotopic Evidence for the Petrogenesis of the Northeastern Idaho Batholith
The Journal of Geology (1985) 93 (6): 727.
Strontium and oxygen isotopic variations in Mesozoic and Tertiary plutons of central Idaho
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1985) 90 (2-3): 291.
Are Strongly Peraluminous Magmas Derived from Pelitic Sedimentary Sources?
The Journal of Geology (1985) 93 (6): 673.
A Petrographic and Chemical Section through the Northern Idaho Batholith
The Journal of Geology (1984) 92 (1): 83.
Magnetic properties of granitic rocks from the southern half of the Idaho Batholith: Influences of hydrothermal alteration and implications for aeromagnetic interpretation
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (1984) 89 (B8): 7061.
On the role of diapirism in the, segregation, ascent and final emplacement of granitoid magmas
Tectonophysics (1984) 110 (3-4): 211.
Water contents of silicic to intermediate magmas
Lithos (1984) 17: 273.
Close Modal

or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal