His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Archean, Subduction, Oceanic crust and Basalt. His Geochemistry research focuses on Ophiolite and how it relates to Forearc. He interconnects Mantle wedge, Craton, Metamorphism, Metasomatism and Pillow lava in the investigation of issues within Archean.
In his work, Paleoarchean is strongly intertwined with Ultramafic rock, which is a subfield of Pillow lava. His Subduction research integrates issues from Mantle plume and Plate tectonics. His Oceanic crust research incorporates elements of Seafloor spreading and Volcanic arc.
Ali Polat mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Craton, Archean, Subduction and Petrology. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Ophiolite and Geochemistry. His Craton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Massif, Suture, Gneiss and Terrane.
Ali Polat studied Archean and Mélange that intersect with Collision zone. His work investigates the relationship between Subduction and topics such as Continental crust that intersect with problems in Earth science. His Petrology study also includes
Ali Polat spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Craton, Archean, Zircon and Metamorphism. His study in Geochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Subduction, Suture and Terrane. His Subduction research includes themes of Petrology and Continental crust.
His Craton study incorporates themes from Geochronology and Forearc. His Archean research incorporates themes from Ophiolite, Tectonics, Plate tectonics, Partial melting and Trace element. His work deals with themes such as Ultramafic rock and Petrogenesis, which intersect with Metamorphism.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Craton, Archean, Metamorphism and North china. His research on Geochemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Anorthosite. His Craton research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Suture and Forearc.
His Archean study combines topics in areas such as Tectonics and Terrane. His Terrane study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Anatexis and Ultramafic rock. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Batholith, Gneiss, Igneous rock and Petrogenesis.
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Boninite-like volcanic rocks in the 3.7–3.8 Ga Isua greenstone belt, West Greenland: geochemical evidence for intra-oceanic subduction zone processes in the early Earth
A. Polat;A. W. Hofmann;M. T. Rosing.
Chemical Geology (2002)
Alteration and geochemical patterns in the 3.7–3.8 Ga Isua greenstone belt, West Greenland
A. Polat;A. W. Hofmann.
Precambrian Research (2003)
Geochemistry of Neoarchean (ca. 2.55–2.50 Ga) volcanic and ophiolitic rocks in the Wutaishan greenstone belt, central orogenic belt, North China craton: Implications for geodynamic setting and continental growth
Ali Polat;Timothy Kusky;Jianghai Li;Brian Fryer.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2005)
Growth of granite greenstone terranes at convergent margins, and stabilization of Archean cratons
Timothy M Kusky;Ali Polat.
Magnesian andesites, Nb-enriched basalt-andesites, and adakites from late-Archean 2.7 Ga Wawa greenstone belts, Superior Province, Canada: implications for late Archean subduction zone petrogenetic processes
A. Polat;R. Kerrich.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2001)
Geochemical diversity in oceanic komatiites and basalts from the late Archean Wawa greenstone belts, Superior Province, Canada: trace element and Nd isotope evidence for a heterogeneous mantle
Ali Polat;Robert Kerrich;Derek A Wyman.
Precambrian Research (1999)
Assembly of Archean cratonic mantle lithosphere and crust: plume–arc interaction in the Abitibi–Wawa subduction–accretion complex
D.A. Wyman;R. Kerrich;A. Polat.
Precambrian Research (2002)
An overview of the geochemistry of Eoarchean to Mesoarchean ultramafic to mafic volcanic rocks, SW Greenland: Implications for mantle depletion and petrogenetic processes at subduction zones in the early Earth
Ali Polat;Peter W.U. Appel;Brian J. Fryer.
Gondwana Research (2011)
The late Archean Schreiber-Hemlo and White River-Dayohessarah greenstone belts, Superior Province: collages of oceanic plateaus, oceanic arcs, and subduction-accretion complexes
A. Polat;R. Kerrich;D.A. Wyman.
Recognition of ocean plate stratigraphy in accretionary orogens through Earth history: A record of 3.8billion years of sea floor spreading, subduction, and accretion
T.M. Kusky;B.F. Windley;I. Safonova;K. Wakita.
Gondwana Research (2013)
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