Fellow of the Geological Society of America
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Pluton, Batholith, Magmatism and Magma. His work in Basalt, Mafic, Xenolith, Mantle and Felsic are all subfields of Geochemistry research. His study in Pluton is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Period, Hornblende and Igneous differentiation.
His Batholith research incorporates themes from Gabbro and Partial melting. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Magmatism, concentrating on Crust and frequently concerns with Cretaceous. His Magma research focuses on subjects like Petrology, which are linked to Thermal.
Allen F. Glazner focuses on Geochemistry, Pluton, Petrology, Paleontology and Seismology. All of his Geochemistry and Basalt, Volcanic rock, Magma, Mantle and Crust investigations are sub-components of the entire Geochemistry study. The various areas that Allen F. Glazner examines in his Basalt study include Rhyolite and Plagioclase.
His Pluton research includes themes of Batholith, Magma chamber and Zircon. His Petrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Geophysics and Igneous rock. National park and Sedimentary rock is closely connected to Geomorphology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Paleontology.
Allen F. Glazner mainly investigates Geochemistry, Pluton, Dome, Seismology and Volcanism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lithospheric mantle, Suite and Pleistocene in addition to Geochemistry. His Pluton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dike and Mafic.
His study looks at the intersection of Dome and topics like National park with Geomorphology and Geologist. In his research, Structural geology, Sedimentology and Petrology is intimately related to Deformation, which falls under the overarching field of Seismology. Allen F. Glazner has researched Volcanism in several fields, including Volcano, Thermal and Rhyolite.
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Dike, Pluton, Volcanic rock and Metamorphism. Allen F. Glazner interconnects Aqueduct, Hornblende and Amphibole in the investigation of issues within Geochemistry. His Dike study incorporates themes from National park, Seismology, Dome and Deformation.
His Pluton research includes themes of Subduction, Felsic, Mineral resource classification, Trace element and Hydrothermal circulation. His Volcanic rock study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cenozoic, Infiltration, Magmatism, Lithospheric mantle and Grain size. His work carried out in the field of Metamorphism brings together such families of science as Andesite, Batholith and Biotite.
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Voluminous granitic magmas from common basaltic sources
T. W. Sisson;K. Ratajeski;K. Ratajeski;W. B. Hankins;A. F. Glazner.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2005)
Are plutons assembled over millions of years by amalgamation from small magma chambers
Allen F. Glazner;John M. Bartley;Drew S. Coleman;Walt Gray.
Gsa Today (2004)
Rethinking the emplacement and evolution of zoned plutons: Geochronologic evidence for incremental assembly of the Tuolumne Intrusive Suite, California
Drew S. Coleman;Walt Gray;Allen F. Glazner.
Plutonism, oblique subduction, and continental growth: An example from the Mesozoic of California
Allen F. Glazner.
Did lithospheric delamination trigger late Cenozoic potassic volcanism in the southern Sierra Nevada, California?
G. Lang Farmer;Allen F. Glazner;Curtis R. Manley.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2002)
Timing of volcanism in the Sierra Nevada of California: Evidence for Pliocene delamination of the batholithic root?
Curtis R. Manley;Allen F. Glazner;G. Lang Farmer.
The tenuous connection between high-silica rhyolites and granodiorite plutons
Allen F. Glazner;Drew S. Coleman;John M. Bartley.
The Sierra Crest Magmatic Event: Rapid Formation of Juvenile Crust during the Late Cretaceous in California
Drew S. Coleman;Allen F. Glazner.
International Geology Review (1997)
Mineralogy, provenance, and diagenesis of a potassic basaltic sandstone on Mars: CheMin X-ray diffraction of the Windjana sample (Kimberley area, Gale Crater)
Allan H. Treiman;David L. Bish;David T. Vaniman;Steve J. Chipera.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2016)
Timing and tectonic setting of Tertiary low‐angle normal faulting and associated magmatism in the southwestern United States
Allen F. Glazner;John M. Bartley.
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