His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Metamorphic rock, Granulite and Zircon. His work on Partial melting as part of his general Geochemistry study is frequently connected to Cordierite, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. David J. Waters combines subjects such as Eclogite, Geochronology, Allanite, Mantle and Leucogranite with his study of Metamorphism.
In his research on the topic of Leucogranite, Anatexis and Mafic is strongly related with Massif. His Metamorphic rock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mineralogy and Monazite. His Ophiolite study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Metamorphic rock, Petrology and Geochronology. His work on Gneiss as part of general Geochemistry study is frequently connected to Granulite, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The various areas that David J. Waters examines in his Metamorphism study include Leucogranite, Massif and Zircon, Monazite.
His Massif study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Lithosphere and Crust. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sillimanite, Tectonics, Mineralogy and Geomorphology. His study in Geochronology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Staurolite, Batholith, Craton and Terrane.
David J. Waters focuses on Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Metamorphic rock, Tectonics and Subduction. His Geochemistry study frequently links to other fields, such as Ophiolite. The study incorporates disciplines such as Plateau and Terrane in addition to Metamorphism.
His work in Metamorphic rock is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Vein. As a member of one scientific family, David J. Waters mostly works in the field of Tectonics, focusing on Petrography and, on occasion, Mylonite, Syntaxis, Allanite and Monazite. The various areas that David J. Waters examines in his Subduction study include Petrology, Crust, Cooling rate and Continental margin.
David J. Waters spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Metamorphic rock, Mafic and Granulite. His work deals with themes such as Plateau, Semail Ophiolite and Geomorphology, which intersect with Geochemistry. The concepts of his Metamorphism study are interwoven with issues in Mylonite, Shear zone, Syntaxis and Allanite, Monazite.
David J. Waters combines subjects such as Vein and Terrane with his study of Metamorphic rock. His Mafic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sill, Mineral, Amphibole, Igneous rock and Metasomatism. His studies in Schist integrate themes in fields like Kyanite, Mineralogy and Matrix.
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The structural geometry, metamorphic and magmatic evolution of the Everest massif, High Himalaya of Nepal-South Tibet
M.P. Searle;R.L. Simpson;R.D. Law;R.R. Parrish.
web science (2003)
Tectonic evolution of the Mogok metamorphic belt, Burma (Myanmar) constrained by U-Th-Pb dating of metamorphic and magmatic rocks
M. P. Searle;S. R. Noble;J. M. Cottle;D. J. Waters.
Partial melting and the formation of granulite facies assemblages in Namaqualand, South Africa
Journal of Metamorphic Geology (1988)
Two episodes of monazite crystallization during metamorphism and crustal melting in the Everest region of the Nepalese Himalaya
Robert L. Simpson;Randall R. Parrish;Mike P. Searle;David J. Waters.
web science (2000)
Plate velocity exhumation of ultrahigh-pressure eclogites in the Pakistan Himalaya
Randall R. Parrish;Simon J. Gough;Michael P. Searle;David J. Waters.
Quantifying geological uncertainty in metamorphic phase equilibria modelling; a Monte Carlo assessment and implications for tectonic interpretations
Richard M. Palin;Owen M. Weller;David J. Waters;Brendan Dyck.
Geoscience frontiers (2016)
Dating the geologic history of Oman’s Semail ophiolite: insights from U-Pb geochronology
Clare J. Warren;Randall R. Parrish;Randall R. Parrish;David J. Waters;Michael P. Searle.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2005)
Metamorphism, Melting, and Extension: Age Constraints from the High Himalayan Slab of Southeast Zanskar and Northwest Lahaul
J. D. Walker;M. W. Martin;M. W. Martin;S. A. Bowring;S. A. Bowring;M. P. Searle.
The Journal of Geology (1999)
Structural evolution, metamorphism and restoration of the Arabian continental margin, Saih Hatat region, Oman Mountains
M.P Searle;C.J Warren;D.J Waters;R.R Parrish;R.R Parrish.
Journal of Structural Geology (2004)
Timing of midcrustal metamorphism, melting and deformation in the Mount Everest Region of Southern Tibet revealed by U(Th)-Pb geochronology
John M. Cottle;Michael P. Searle;Matthew S. A. Horstwood;David J. Waters.
The Journal of Geology (2009)
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