His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Ultramafic rock, Craton, Felsic and Chromite. Greenstone belt, Pyroxene, Olivine, Archean and Mafic are the core of his Geochemistry study. Specifically, his work in Ultramafic rock is concerned with the study of Great Dyke.
As a member of one scientific family, Allan H. Wilson mostly works in the field of Craton, focusing on Mantle and, on occasion, Oceanic crust. His Felsic research focuses on subjects like Peridotite, which are linked to Layered intrusion, Trace element, Continental crust and Igneous differentiation. His Chromite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chromitite and Spinel.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Ultramafic rock, Craton, Archean and Greenstone belt. His study in Mafic, Zircon, Felsic, Basalt and Mantle is done as part of Geochemistry. His work deals with themes such as Mineralization, Olivine, Layered intrusion and Peridotite, which intersect with Ultramafic rock.
His work in Craton tackles topics such as Petrology which are related to areas like Pluton. His Archean research also works with subjects such as
Allan H. Wilson focuses on Geochemistry, Craton, Mafic, Archean and Felsic. Zircon, Greenstone belt, Mantle, Basalt and Melt inclusions are among the areas of Geochemistry where he concentrates his study. Allan H. Wilson focuses mostly in the field of Zircon, narrowing it down to matters related to Fractional crystallization and, in some cases, Andesite, Rutile, Petrography and Petrology.
His Ultramafic rock research extends to the thematically linked field of Mafic. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock, Siliciclastic and Terrane in his study of Archean. His Felsic study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Metamorphism and Igneous rock.
Allan H. Wilson mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Mantle, Trace element, Archean and Craton. His Geochemistry investigation overlaps with In situ and Hafnium. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Olivine and Mantle.
His Archean study combines topics in areas such as Basement, Provenance, Detritus and Zircon. His study connects Sedimentary rock and Craton. Allan H. Wilson has included themes like Crust, Melt inclusions, Crustal recycling, Oceanic crust and Geodynamics in his Transition zone study.
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The Geology of the Great 'Dyke', Zimbabwe: The Ultramafic Rocks
A. H. Wilson.
Journal of Petrology (1982)
The Bushveld Complex was emplaced and cooled in less than one million years – results of zirconology, and geotectonic implications
Armin Zeh;Maria Ovtcharova;Allan H. Wilson;Urs Schaltegger.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2015)
PGE Tenor and Metal Ratios within and below the Merensky Reef, Bushveld Complex: Implications for its Genesis
A. J. Naldrett;Allan Wilson;Judith Kinnaird;Gordon Chunnett.
Journal of Petrology (2009)
The origin of chromitites and related PGE mineralization in the Bushveld Complex: new mineralogical and petrological constraints
A. J. Naldrett;Allan Wilson;Judith Kinnaird;Marina Yudovskaya.
Mineralium Deposita (2012)
Felsic igneous rocks within the 3.3- to 3.5-Ga Barberton Greenstone Belt: High crustal level equivalents of the surrounding Tonalite-Trondhjemite Terrain, emplaced during thrusting
Maarten J. de Wit;Richard Armstrong;Rodger J. Hart;Allan H. Wilson.
A Chill Sequence to the Bushveld Complex: Insight into the First Stage of Emplacement and Implications for the Parental Magmas
Allan H. Wilson.
Journal of Petrology (2012)
A New Model for Barberton Komatiites: Deep Critical Melting with High Melt Retention
Christophe C. M. Robin-Popieul;Nicholas T. Arndt;Catherine Chauvel;Gary R. Byerly.
Journal of Petrology (2012)
Trace-element and Sr–Nd isotopic geochemistry of the PGE-bearing Xinjie layered intrusion in SW China
Hong Zhong;Hong Zhong;Yong Yao;Stephen A. Prevec;Allan H. Wilson.
Chemical Geology (2004)
Archaean ultra-depleted komatiites formed by hydrous melting of cratonic mantle
A. H. Wilson;S. B. Shirey;R. W. Carlson.
The great dyke of Zimbabwe : I- tectonic setting, stratigraphy, petrology, structure, emplacement and crystallization
A.H Wilson;M.D Prendergast.
Magmatic sulphides field conference, Zimbabwe. 5 (1989)
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