His main research concerns Geochemistry, Zircon, Archean, Gneiss and Metamorphism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metamorphic facies and Petrology in addition to Geochemistry. His study in Zircon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Felsic, Mafic, Proterozoic and Igneous rock.
His Archean study frequently links to other fields, such as Crust. His work deals with themes such as Protolith, Earth science, Terrane and Geochronology, which intersect with Gneiss. Allen P. Nutman has researched Metamorphism in several fields, including Metamorphic rock and Precambrian.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Zircon, Archean, Gneiss and Metamorphism. His studies in Geochemistry integrate themes in fields like Metamorphic facies, Petrology and Terrane. His Zircon research includes elements of Mafic, Craton, Igneous rock and Geochronology.
His Archean research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Precambrian, Earth science, Continental crust and Ultramafic rock. His Gneiss research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Anatexis, Partial melting and Isochron. His Metamorphism study incorporates themes from Eclogite, Granulite and Proterozoic.
Allen P. Nutman focuses on Geochemistry, Zircon, Archean, Metamorphism and Terrane. His Geochemistry research incorporates themes from Craton and Petrology. His Zircon study combines topics in areas such as Gondwana, Gneiss, Metamorphic facies and Mafic.
His research in Gneiss intersects with topics in Partial melting and Continental crust. The Archean study combines topics in areas such as Precambrian and Early Earth. His Metamorphism study incorporates themes from Metamorphic rock and Fold.
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Evidence for life on Earth before 3,800 million years ago.
S. J. Mojzsis;G. Arrhenius;K. D. McKeegan;T. M. Harrison.
Remnants of ≥3800 Ma crust in the Chinese part of the Sino-Korean craton
D. Y. Liu;A. P. Nutman;W. Compston;J. S. Wu.
3800 to 2500 Ma crustal evolution in the Anshan area of Liaoning Province, northeastern China
Biao Song;Allen P. Nutman;Dunyi Liu;Jiashan Wu.
Precambrian Research (1996)
The Itsaq Gneiss Complex of southern West Greenland; the world's most extensive record of early crustal evolution (3900-3600 Ma)
Allen P. Nutman;Victor R. McGregor;Clark R.L. Friend;Victoria C. Bennett.
Precambrian Research (1996)
Rapid emergence of life shown by discovery of 3,700-million-year-old microbial structures
Allen Phillip Nutman;Allen Phillip Nutman;Vickie C. Bennett;Clark R. L. Friend;Martin J. Van Kranendonk.
Constraints on early Earth differentiation from hafnium and neodymium isotopes
J. D. Vervoort;P. J. Patchett;G. E. Gehrels;A. P. Nutman.
Sm-Nd studies of Archaean metasediments and metavolcanics from West Greenland and their implications for the Earth's early history
P.J. Hamilton;R.K. O'Nions;D. Bridgwater;A. Nutman.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1983)
Multistage late Neoarchaean crustal evolution of the North China Craton, eastern Hebei
Allen P. Nutman;Yusheng Wan;Lilin Du;Clark R.L. Friend.
Precambrian Research (2011)
Nd isotopic evidence for transient, highly depleted mantle reservoirs in the early history of the Earth
Victoria C. Bennett;Allen P. Nutman;Malcolm T. McCulloch.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1993)
A connection between the Neoproterozoic Dom Feliciano (Brazil/Uruguay) and Gariep (Namibia/South Africa) orogenic belts - Evidence from a reconnaissance provenance study.
Miguel Angelo Stipp Basei;H E Frimmel;Allen Nutman;F Preciozzi.
Precambrian Research (2005)
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