Anthony I.S. Kemp focuses on Geochemistry, Zircon, Subduction, Paleontology and Earth science. Anthony I.S. Kemp is studying Igneous rock, which is a component of Geochemistry. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock and Gneiss in his study of Zircon.
His Subduction study combines topics in areas such as Lithosphere, Plate tectonics and Crust. His work on Rift and Rift zone is typically connected to Pediment, Tephrochronology and Magnetostratigraphy as part of general Paleontology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Earth science research incorporates themes from Craton, Continental crust, Geochronology, East African Rift and Mantle plume.
Anthony I.S. Kemp mainly investigates Geochemistry, Zircon, Crust, Continental crust and Archean. Geochemistry is closely attributed to Craton in his research. His study with Zircon involves better knowledge in Paleontology.
His Crust research integrates issues from Subduction, Early Earth, Gabbro and Mantle. His Continental crust research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Earth science, Radiogenic nuclide, Mafic and Oceanic crust. Anthony I.S. Kemp works mostly in the field of Archean, limiting it down to topics relating to Terrane and, in certain cases, Birimian, as a part of the same area of interest.
His main research concerns Geochemistry, Zircon, Continental crust, Archean and Crust. His research brings together the fields of Craton and Geochemistry. His research ties Radiogenic nuclide and Continental crust together.
His Archean research integrates issues from Pilbara Craton, Terrane and Paleoarchean. His Crust research includes themes of Apatite, Basalt, Mafic and Early Earth. His Igneous rock research incorporates themes from Batholith, Pluton and Continental margin.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Trace element, Continental crust, Radiogenic nuclide and Crystallization. His work in Gneiss, Crust, Igneous rock, Mantle and Petrogenesis is related to Geochemistry. The Igneous rock study which covers Archean that intersects with Terrane.
Anthony I.S. Kemp combines subjects such as Basalt, Mafic, Early Earth and Zircon with his study of Mantle. His studies in Petrogenesis integrate themes in fields like Basement, Magmatism, Peralkaline rock, Arc system and Precambrian. His Precambrian research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rift and Paleozoic.
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The generation and evolution of the continental crust
C J Hawkesworth;C J Hawkesworth;Bruno Dhuime;A. B. Pietranik;P. A. Cawood.
Journal of the Geological Society (2010)
Granitic Perspectives on the Generation and Secular Evolution of the Continental Crust
A.I.S. Kemp;C.J. Hawkesworth.
Treatise on Geochemistry (2003)
Isotopic evidence for rapid continental growth in an extensional accretionary orogen: The Tasmanides, eastern Australia
Anthony Kemp;C.J. Hawkesworth;W.J. Collins;C.M. Gray.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2009)
A genetic linkage between subduction- and collision-related porphyry Cu deposits in continental collision zones
Zengqian Hou;Zhiming Yang;Yongjun Lu;Anthony Kemp.
Two contrasting Phanerozoic orogenic systems revealed by hafnium isotope data
William J. Collins;William J. Collins;Elena A. Belousova;Anthony I. S. Kemp;J. Brendan Murphy.
Nature Geoscience (2011)
Initiation of the western branch of the East African Rift coeval with the eastern branch
Eric M Roberts;N. J Stevens;Patrick M O'Connor;P.H.G.M Dirks.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Hafnium isotope evidence for a transition in the dynamics of continental growth 3.2 Gyr ago
Tomas Naeraa;Tomas Naeraa;Anders Scherstén;M. T. Rosing;A. I. S. Kemp;A. I. S. Kemp.
Clarifying the zircon Hf isotope record of crust–mantle evolution
Jeffrey D. Vervoort;Anthony I.S. Kemp.
Chemical Geology (2016)
Hf isotopes in zircon reveal contrasting sources and crystallization histories for alkaline to peralkaline granites of Temora, southeastern Australia
A.I.S. Kemp;R.J. Wormald;M.J. Whitehouse;R.C. Price.
Distinguishing magmatic zircon from hydrothermal zircon: A case study from the Gidginbung high-sulphidation Au–Ag–(Cu) deposit, SE Australia
Bin Fu;Terrence P. Mernagh;Noriko T. Kita;Anthony I.S. Kemp.
Chemical Geology (2009)
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