1996 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1995 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Mineralogy, Mantle, Olivine, Geochemistry and Subduction are his primary areas of study. His research in Mineralogy intersects with topics in Deep-focus earthquake, Peridotite and Chromite. He combines subjects such as Lithosphere and Transition zone with his study of Mantle.
His Olivine research integrates issues from Slip, Spinel and Grain size. His Geochemistry research includes elements of Ophiolite, Continental collision, Oceanic crust, Coesite and Stishovite. His Subduction study incorporates themes from Embrittlement and Geophysics.
Harry W. Green spends much of his time researching Mineralogy, Olivine, Geochemistry, Mantle and Peridotite. The Mineralogy study combines topics in areas such as Metamorphic rock, Diamond, Analytical chemistry, Creep and Coesite. His work carried out in the field of Olivine brings together such families of science as Xenolith, Spinel, Deep-focus earthquake and Shear.
The various areas that he examines in his Geochemistry study include Subduction, Ophiolite and Terrane. The concepts of his Mantle study are interwoven with issues in Dislocation creep, Continental collision, Grain size and Transition zone. His research integrates issues of Igneous rock, Chromite, Dislocation, Ilmenite and Diopside in his study of Peridotite.
Harry W. Green mainly investigates Mineralogy, Olivine, Geochemistry, Mantle and Dislocation creep. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Metamorphic rock, Diamond, Transmission electron microscopy, Analytical chemistry and Coesite. His Olivine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phase transition, Seismology, Shear, Deep-focus earthquake and Creep.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chromitite, Ophiolite, Inclusion and Period. His work in Mantle addresses subjects such as Spinel, which are connected to disciplines such as Pyroxene and Discontinuity. His study in Dislocation creep is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lithosphere, Mafic and Transition zone.
Harry W. Green focuses on Geochemistry, Subduction, Mineralogy, Seismology and Olivine. His Geochemistry research includes themes of Period and Eclogite, Omphacite. Harry W. Green has included themes like Kyanite, Quartz, Stishovite, Mantle and Embrittlement in his Subduction study.
His Mineralogy study incorporates themes from Crystallography, Transmission electron microscopy, Spinel and Diamond. Harry W. Green focuses mostly in the field of Seismology, narrowing it down to matters related to Differential stress and, in some cases, Lithosphere. His Olivine research includes elements of Intermediate depth, Dehydration, Overpressure and Petrology, Lithology.
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A new self-organizing mechanism for deep-focus earthquakes
H. W. Green;P. C. Burnley.
The Mechanics of Deep Earthquakes
Harry W. Green;Heidi Houston.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (1995)
Diamond- and coesite-bearing chromitites from the Luobusa ophiolite, Tibet
Jing-Sui Yang;Larissa Dobrzhinetskaya;Wen-Ji Bai;Qing-Song Fang.
Alpe Arami: A Peridotite Massif from Depths of More Than 300 Kilometers
Larissa Dobrzhinetskaya;Harry W. Green;Su Wang.
Intermediate-depth earthquake faulting by dehydration embrittlement with negative volume change.
Haemyeong Jung;Harry W. Green;Larissa F. Dobrzhinetskaya.
Anticrack-associated faulting at very high pressure in natural olivine
Harry W. Green;Thomas E. Young;David Walker;Christopher H. Scholz.
Origin of kimberlite pipes by diapiric upwelling in the upper mantle
H. W. Green;Y. Gueguen.
Discovery of metamorphic diamonds in central China: an indication of a > 4000‐km‐long zone of deep subduction resulting from multiple continental collisions
Jingsui Yang;Zhiqin Xu;Larissa F. Dobrzhinetskaya;Harry W. Green.
Terra Nova (2003)
Faulting associated with the olivine to spinel transformation in Mg2GeO4 and its implications for deep‐focus earthquakes
Pamela C. Burnley;Harry W. Green;David J. Prior.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
Eclogite rheology: Implications for subducted lithosphere
Z.-M. Jin;J. Zhang;H.W. Green;S. Jin.
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