Brian Cousens mainly investigates Geochemistry, Basalt, Volcanic rock, Mantle and Igneous rock. His studies in Geochemistry integrate themes in fields like Subduction, Craton and Mantle plume. Brian Cousens focuses mostly in the field of Subduction, narrowing it down to topics relating to Crust and, in certain cases, Sedimentary rock and Pelagic sediment.
His Basalt study deals with Earth science intersecting with Bimodal volcanism, Batholith, Asthenosphere and Basin and Range Province. Brian Cousens combines subjects such as Volcanic arc and Petrology with his study of Volcanic rock. In his study, Amphibole, Olivine and Seamount is strongly linked to Oceanic crust, which falls under the umbrella field of Mantle.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Basalt, Mantle, Mafic and Volcanic rock. His Geochemistry research includes elements of Subduction and Craton. Brian Cousens has researched Basalt in several fields, including Lava and Mantle plume.
His Mantle research includes themes of Pacific ocean, Lithosphere, Seamount and Crust. His Mafic research incorporates themes from Suture, Ophiolite and Baddeleyite. His study looks at the relationship between Volcanic rock and fields such as Pyroclastic rock, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His main research concerns Geochemistry, Mafic, Craton, Large igneous province and Zircon. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Petrology and Magmatism. His study in Mafic is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Baddeleyite and Proterozoic.
His Craton study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Massif, Dike swarm, Mantle and Archean. His study on Large igneous province also encompasses disciplines like
Geochemistry, Craton, Mantle, Mafic and Large igneous province are his primary areas of study. His Geochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Batholith and Proterozoic. He has included themes like Geochronology, Massif, Laurentia and Archean in his Craton study.
His Mantle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Trace element and Earth science. He works mostly in the field of Mafic, limiting it down to topics relating to Baddeleyite and, in certain cases, Magmatic underplating and Felsic, as a part of the same area of interest. Brian Cousens studied Large igneous province and Flood basalt that intersect with Mantle plume, Magmatism and Ophiolite.
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Multi-element and rare earth element composition of lichens, mosses, and vascular plants from the Central Barrenlands, Nunavut, Canada
J. Chiarenzelli;L. Aspler;C. Dunn;B. Cousens.
Applied Geochemistry (2001)
Proterozoic (1.85–1.75 Ga) igneous suites of the Western Churchill Province: granitoid and ultrapotassic magmatism in a reworked Archean hinterland
T.D Peterson;O Van Breemen;H Sandeman;B Cousens.
Precambrian Research (2002)
Cretaceous to Cenozoic volcanism in South Korea and in the Sea of Japan: magmatic constraints on the opening of the back-arc basin
André Pouclet;Jin-Soo Lee;Philippe Vidal;Brian Cousens.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1994)
Subduction-modified pelagic sediments as the enriched component in back-arc basalts from the Japan Sea: Ocean Drilling Program Sites 797 and 794
Brian L. Cousens;James F. Allan;Michael P. Gorton.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1994)
Magmatic evolution of Quaternary mafic magmas at Long Valley Caldera and the Devils Postpile, California: Effects of crustal contamination on lithospheric mantle‐derived magmas
Brian L. Cousens.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
49. A PB, SR, AND ND ISOTOPIC STUDY OF BASALTIC ROCKS FROM THE SEA OF JAPAN, LEGS 127/1281
Brian L. Cousens;James F. Allan.
Palaeozoic within-plate volcanic rocks in Nova Scotia (Canada) reinterpreted; isotopic constraints on magmatic source and palaeocontinental reconstructions
J. D. Keppie;J. Dostal;J. B. Murphy;B. L. Cousens.
Geological Magazine (1997)
Geochemical characteristics of West Molokai shield- and postshield-stage lavas: Constraints on Hawaiian plume models
Guangping Xu;Frederick A. Frey;David A. Clague;Wafa Abouchami.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2007)
Paleoproterozoic intracratonic basin processes, from breakup of Kenorland to assembly of Laurentia: Hurwitz Basin, Nunavut, Canada
Lawrence B Aspler;Ira E Wisotzek;Jeffrey R Chiarenzelli;Miklos F Losonczy.
Sedimentary Geology (2001)
Geochemistry of the Archean Kam Group, Yellowknife Greenstone Belt, Slave Province, Canada.
Brian L. Cousens.
The Journal of Geology (2000)
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