His main research concerns Zircon, Geochemistry, Geochronology, Paleontology and Mineralogy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Provenance, Detritus, Gondwana and Continental crust in addition to Zircon. David Chew focuses mostly in the field of Geochemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Terrane and, in certain cases, Basement and Ophiolite.
David Chew works mostly in the field of Geochronology, limiting it down to concerns involving Igneous rock and, occasionally, Metamorphic rock and Radiogenic nuclide. In general Mineralogy study, his work on Apatite often relates to the realm of Image resolution, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Apatite research includes elements of Thermochronology and Crust.
David Chew mostly deals with Geochemistry, Zircon, Paleontology, Provenance and Geochronology. His studies in Apatite, Igneous rock, Metamorphic rock, Metamorphism and Gneiss are all subfields of Geochemistry research. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Apatite, focusing on Thermochronology and, on occasion, Crust.
He works mostly in the field of Zircon, limiting it down to topics relating to Laurentia and, in certain cases, Ophiolite, as a part of the same area of interest. In his study, Cretaceous is inextricably linked to Sedimentary rock, which falls within the broad field of Provenance. Geochronology is often connected to Radiogenic nuclide in his work.
Geochemistry, Provenance, Geochronology, Zircon and Structural basin are his primary areas of study. His studies in Geochemistry integrate themes in fields like Permian and Basement. His Provenance study contributes to a more complete understanding of Paleontology.
His Geochronology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Isotope dilution, Cretaceous, Sedimentary rock, Calcite and Petrography. His Zircon research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Devonian and Gondwana. His research in Structural basin tackles topics such as Tectonics which are related to areas like Migmatite, Paragenesis and Magma chamber.
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Provenance, Zircon, Sedimentary rock and Mineral. His research on Geochemistry often connects related areas such as Structural basin. His study looks at the relationship between Provenance and fields such as Felsic, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His research integrates issues of Heavy mineral and Detritus in his study of Zircon. His Sedimentary rock research integrates issues from Basement and Maturity. David Chew focuses mostly in the field of Maturity, narrowing it down to matters related to Geochronology and, in some cases, Mineralogy.
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U-Pb LA-ICPMS dating using accessory mineral standards with variable common Pb
David Chew;Joseph Petrus;Balz Kamber.
Chemical Geology (2014)
U-Pb and Th-Pb dating of apatite by LA-ICPMS
David M. Chew;Paul J. Sylvester;Mike N. Tubrett.
Chemical Geology (2011)
U-Pb geochronologic evidence for the evolution of the Gondwanan margin of the north-central Andes
David M. Chew;Urs Schaltegger;Jan Košler;Martin J. Whitehouse.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2007)
The early interaction between the Caribbean plateau and the NW South American Plate
Cristian Vallejo;Richard Alan Spikings;Leonard Luzieux;Wilfried Winkler.
Terra Nova (2006)
Sr and Nd isotopic compositions of apatite reference materials used in U-Th-Pb geochronology
Yue-Heng Yang;Fu-Yuan Wu;Jin-Hui Yang;David M. Chew.
Chemical Geology (2014)
Tectonomagmatic evolution of Western Amazonia: Geochemical characterization and zircon U-Pb geochronologic constraints from the Peruvian Eastern Cordilleran granitoids
Aleksandar Mišković;Richard A. Spikings;David M. Chew;Jan Košler.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2009)
Detrital zircon fingerprint of the Proto-Andes: Evidence for a Neoproterozoic active margin?
David M. Chew;Tomas Magna;Christopher L. Kirkland;Aleksandar Mišković.
Precambrian Research (2008)
High temperature (>350°C) thermochronology and mechanisms of Pb loss in apatite
Ryan Cochrane;Richard Alan Spikings;David Michael Chew;Joern Frederik Wotzlaw.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2014)
High-resolution LA-ICP-MS trace element mapping of igneous minerals: In search of magma histories
Teresa Ubide;Cora A. McKenna;David M. Chew;Balz S. Kamber.
Chemical Geology (2015)
Geochronology and Thermochronology Using Apatite: Time and Temperature, Lower Crust to Surface
David M. Chew;Richard A. Spikings.
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