1985 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
GSA Honorary Fellow Award, The Geological Society of America
His primary scientific interests are in Subduction, Crust, Geochemistry, Petrology and Magmatism. His Subduction study is associated with Paleontology. His Crust research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Foreland basin, Flat slab subduction, Gondwana and Forearc.
His research in Geochemistry tackles topics such as Earth science which are related to areas like Terrane and Paleozoic. The concepts of his Petrology study are interwoven with issues in Geophysics, Mantle and Hotspot. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Volcano, Neogene, Volcanic plateau and Rhyolite.
Constantino Mpodozis mainly focuses on Paleontology, Geochemistry, Subduction, Geomorphology and Tectonics. His Cretaceous, Mesozoic, Terrane, Paleozoic and Paleomagnetism investigations are all subjects of Paleontology research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Devonian, Gondwana and Proterozoic in addition to Paleozoic.
His Geochemistry research incorporates elements of Porphyry copper deposit and Magmatism. Constantino Mpodozis combines subjects such as Erosion, Petrology and Crust with his study of Subduction. His Crust study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Flat slab subduction and Earth science.
Constantino Mpodozis mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Subduction, Erosion, Paleontology and Forearc. His work on Metamorphism, Alluvial fan and Calcite as part of general Geochemistry research is often related to Atacamite, thus linking different fields of science. He has researched Metamorphism in several fields, including Metamorphic rock, Carboniferous and Zircon.
Constantino Mpodozis brings together Subduction and Adakite to produce work in his papers. As a part of the same scientific study, Constantino Mpodozis usually deals with the Forearc, concentrating on Petrology and frequently concerns with Batholith, Paleozoic, Basement and Devonian. In his study, Tectonics is inextricably linked to Structural basin, which falls within the broad field of Volcano.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Porphyry copper deposit, Cenozoic, Tectonics and Gondwana. Constantino Mpodozis has included themes like Erosion and Geomorphology in his Geochemistry study. His Gondwana research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Laurentia, Ordovician, Proterozoic, Basement and Devonian.
His Devonian research incorporates themes from Terrane and Paleozoic.
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The Andes of Chile and Argentina
Constantino Mpodozis;Victor Ramos.
Tectonic and magmatic evolution of the Andes of northern Argentina and Chile
Beatríz Coira;John Davidson;Constantino Mpodozis;Victor Ramos.
Earth-Science Reviews (1982)
Paleozoic terranes of the central Argentine‐Chilean Andes
V. A. Ramos;T. E. Jordan;R. W. Allmendinger;C. Mpodozis.
Late Paleozoic to Jurassic silicic magmatism at the Gondwana margin: Analogy to the Middle Proterozoic in North America?
Suzanne Mahlburg Kay;Victor A. Ramos;Constantino Mpodozis;Patricia Sruoga.
Magmatism as a probe to the Neogene shallowing of the Nazca plate beneath the modern Chilean flat-slab
Suzanne Mahlburg Kay;Constantino Mpodozis.
Journal of South American Earth Sciences (2002)
Central Andean Ore Deposits Linked to Evolving Shallow Subduction Systems and Thickening Crust
Suzanne Mahlburg Kay;Constantino Mpodozis.
Gsa Today (2001)
Foreland shortening and crustal balancing in the Andes at 30°S latitude
R. W. Allmendinger;D. Figueroa;D. Snyder;J. Beer.
Magma source variations for mid–late Tertiary magmatic rocks associated with a shallowing subduction zone and a thickening crust in the central Andes (28 to 33°S)
Suzanne Mahlburg Kay;Constantino Mpodozis;Victor A. Ramos;Francisco Munizaga.
Geological Society of America Special Papers (1991)
Neogene Magmatism, Tectonism, and Mineral Deposits of the Central Ande (22° to 33° S Latitude)
Suzanne Mahlburg Kay;Constantino Mpodozis;Beatriz Coira.
Late Paleozoic to Triassic evolution of the Gondwana margin: Evidence from Chilean Frontal Cordilleran batholiths (28°S to 31°S)
Constantino Mpodozis;Suzanne Mahlburg Kay.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1992)
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