Her primary areas of investigation include Carbonatite, Geochemistry, Rare-earth element, Hydrothermal circulation and Mining engineering. Her research investigates the connection with Carbonatite and areas like Kola peninsula which intersect with concerns in Authigenic. Her Geochemistry study frequently links to related topics such as Mineralogy.
Her work on Apatite, Electron microprobe, Baryte and Strontianite as part of general Mineralogy research is frequently linked to Dissolution, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her studies in Metasomatism integrate themes in fields like Massif, Horizon, Synchysite and Ancylite. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Silicate glass, Trace element, Carbonate, Mantle xenoliths and Residuum.
Frances Wall mostly deals with Geochemistry, Carbonatite, Mineralogy, Calcite and Rare-earth element. Geochemistry is closely attributed to Mineral in her study. Her Carbonatite research is within the category of Mantle.
Her Mantle study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Olivine and Ultramafic rock. In her research on the topic of Mineralogy, Trace element is strongly related with Isotopes of oxygen. Calcite is often connected to Earth science in her work.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Carbonatite, Rare-earth element, Life-cycle assessment and Fenite. Frances Wall interconnects Bauxite and Cobalt metal in the investigation of issues within Geochemistry. The various areas that Frances Wall examines in her Carbonatite study include Mineral and Apatite, Mineralogy, Fluorapatite, Calcite.
Her work in Mineralogy addresses subjects such as Bastnäsite, which are connected to disciplines such as Analytical chemistry, Single crystal, Magnetic susceptibility and Electron microprobe. Her work deals with themes such as Stage, Carbonate, Overprinting, Lanthanum and Nepheline syenite, which intersect with Calcite. Her work in Fenite addresses issues such as Fluid inclusions, which are connected to fields such as Riebeckite, Aegirine and Monazite.
Frances Wall spends much of her time researching Carbonatite, Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Rare-earth element and Mineral. Her Carbonatite research incorporates themes from Mineral resource classification, Ion adsorption, Earth science, Geochronology and Nepheline syenite. Her research on Geochemistry often connects related topics like Stage.
Frances Wall has researched Mineralogy in several fields, including Electrokinetic phenomena and Synchysite. Her Mineral study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Strontianite and Baryte. As a member of one scientific family, Frances Wall mostly works in the field of Fenite, focusing on Fluid inclusions and, on occasion, Fluorapatite and Apatite.
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Rare Earth Elements: Minerals, Mines, Magnets (and More)
Anton R. Chakhmouradian;Frances Wall.
The Rare Earth Elements: demand, global resources, and challenges for resourcing future generations
Kathryn M. Goodenough;Frances Wall;David Merriman.
Natural resources research (2018)
Rare earth elements
Critical Metals Handbook (2013)
Rare Earth Minerals: Chemistry, Origin and Ore Deposits
Adrian P. Jones;Frances Wall;C. Terry Williams.
Carbonatite dykes at bayan Obo, inner Mongolia, China
M. J. Le Bas;J. Kellere;Tao Kejie;F. Wall.
Mineralogy and Petrology (1992)
REE-SR-BA MINERALS FROM THE KHIBINA CARBONATITES, KOLA PENINSULA, RUSSIA :THEIR MINERALOGY, PARAGENESIS AND EVOLUTION
Anatoly N. Zaitsev;Frances Wall;Michael J. Le Bas.
Mineralogical Magazine (1998)
From mantle to critical zone: A review of large and giant sized deposits of the rare earth elements
Martin Smith;Kathryn Moore;Dora Kavecsánszki;Adrian Finch.
Geoscience frontiers (2016)
Evidence for dissolution-reprecipitation of apatite and preferential LREE mobility in carbonatite-derived late-stage hydrothermal processes
Sam Broom-Fendley;Sam Broom-Fendley;Mike T. Styles;J. Don Appleton;Gus Gunn.
American Mineralogist (2016)
Pyrochlore from weathered carbonatite at Lueshe, Zaire
F. Wall;C. T. Williams;A. R. Woolley;M. Nasraoui.
Mineralogical Magazine (1996)
Fenites associated with carbonatite complexes: A review
H.A.L. Elliott;F. Wall;A.R. Chakhmouradian;P.R. Siegfried.
Ore Geology Reviews (2018)
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