His main research concerns Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Pyrite, Archean and Volcanic rock. His specific area of interest is Geochemistry, where he studies Sedimentary rock. His studies in Mineralogy integrate themes in fields like Siltstone, Red beds, Geologic record and Clastic rock.
His Pyrite research incorporates elements of Hydrothermal circulation and Chalcopyrite. The concepts of his Archean study are interwoven with issues in Tectonics, Lithosphere, Proterozoic and Earth science. His Volcanic rock study deals with Chlorite intersecting with Felsic, Muscovite and Metamorphic rock.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Archean, Mineralogy, Hydrothermal circulation and Volcanic rock. His work on Mineralization expands to the thematically related Geochemistry. David L. Huston has researched Archean in several fields, including Pilbara Craton, Tectonics, Craton, Crust and Lode.
David L. Huston interconnects Seawater, Chlorite and Siliciclastic in the investigation of issues within Mineralogy. His study in the field of Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit, Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits and Ore genesis is also linked to topics like Base metal. He combines subjects such as Epidote and Sericite with his study of Volcanic rock.
David L. Huston mainly investigates Geochemistry, Lithosphere, Hydrothermal circulation, Sediment and Continental crust. His Geochemistry research focuses on Paleoarchean and how it connects with Pilbara Craton and Mantle plume. His Lithosphere study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Earth science and Craton.
In his research on the topic of Hydrothermal circulation, Prospectivity mapping, Terrane and Structural basin is strongly related with Mantle. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metamorphism, Protolith, Peperite, Volcanic rock and Metamorphic facies in addition to Continental crust. His study in Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Trace element, Molybdenite and Pyrite.
David L. Huston focuses on Geochemistry, Hydrothermal circulation, Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits, Sedimentary rock and Lithosphere. His Geochemistry research integrates issues from Prospectivity mapping and Structural basin. His work carried out in the field of Sedimentary rock brings together such families of science as Felsic and Source rock.
His work in Lithosphere addresses subjects such as Craton, which are connected to disciplines such as Mineral exploration. His Petrogenesis research includes elements of Orogeny, Gondwana, Zircon and Crust. His Telluride studies intersect with other subjects such as Pyrite, Molybdenite, Trace element and Solid solution.
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Trace elements in sulfide minerals from eastern Australian volcanic-hosted massive sulfide deposits; Part I, Proton microprobe analyses of pyrite, chalcopyrite, and sphalerite, and Part II, Selenium levels in pyrite; comparison with delta 34 S values and implications for the source of sulfur in volcanogenic hydrothermal systems
David L. Huston;Soey H. Sie;Gary F. Suter;David R. Cooke.
Economic Geology (1995)
Sediment-Hosted Lead-Zinc Deposits in Earth History
David. L. Leach;David. L. Leach;Dwight C. Bradley;David Huston;Sergei A. Pisarevsky.
Economic Geology (2010)
The Alteration Box Plot: A Simple Approach to Understanding the Relationship between Alteration Mineralogy and Lithogeochemistry Associated with Volcanic-Hosted Massive Sulfide Deposits
Ross R. Large;J. Bruce Gemmell;Holger Paulick;David L. Huston.
Economic Geology (2001)
Barite, BIFs and bugs: evidence for the evolution of the Earth’s early hydrosphere
David L. Huston;Graham A. Logan.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
A chemical model for the concentration of gold in volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits
David L. Huston;Ross R. Large.
Ore Geology Reviews (1989)
Short Wavelength Infrared (SWIR) Spectral Analysis of Hydrothermal Alteration Zones Associated with Base Metal Sulfide Deposits at Rosebery and Western Tharsis, Tasmania, and Highway-Reward, Queensland
Walter Herrmann;Michael Blake;Mark Doyle;David Huston.
Economic Geology (2001)
The Geology and Metallogeny of Volcanic-Hosted Massive Sulfide Deposits: Variations through Geologic Time and with Tectonic Setting
David L. Huston;Sally Pehrsson;Bruce M. Eglington;Khin Zaw.
Economic Geology (2010)
Metallogeny and its link to orogenic style during the Nuna supercontinent cycle
Sally J. Pehrsson;Bruce M. Eglington;David A. D. Evans;David Huston.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2016)
Making it thick: a volcanic plateau origin of Palaeoarchean continental lithosphere of the Pilbara and Kaapvaal cratons
Martin J. Van Kranendonk;Martin J. Van Kranendonk;R. Hugh Smithies;William L. Griffin;David L. Huston.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2015)
Australian Zn-Pb-Ag Ore-Forming Systems: A Review and Analysis
David L. Huston;Barney Stevens;Peter N. Southgate;Peter Muhling.
Economic Geology (2006)
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