His primary areas of study are Anisotropy, Mineralogy, Overburden pressure, Shear wave splitting and Crust. His research on Anisotropy focuses in particular on Seismic anisotropy. His Seismic anisotropy research incorporates themes from Seismology and Petrology.
His Mineralogy research includes elements of Texture and Hornblende. His Shear wave splitting research includes themes of S-wave and Seismic wave. His work in the fields of Crust, such as Continental crust, intersects with other areas such as Ivrea zone.
Hartmut Kern spends much of his time researching Mineralogy, Anisotropy, Seismic anisotropy, Crust and Petrology. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mylonite, Quartz, Biotite, Gneiss and Overburden pressure. His study in Anisotropy focuses on Shear wave splitting in particular.
Hartmut Kern interconnects Longitudinal wave and Plagioclase in the investigation of issues within Seismic anisotropy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Seismology, Metamorphic rock and Craton in addition to Crust. His Petrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Petrophysics, Lithosphere and Peridotite.
Mineralogy, Anisotropy, Neutron diffraction, Texture and Gneiss are his primary areas of study. His studies in Mineralogy integrate themes in fields like Mylonite, Axial deformation, Quartz and Seismic anisotropy. His Mylonite research integrates issues from Shear, Massif and Pluton.
Hartmut Kern integrates Anisotropy and Deformation in his studies. Hartmut Kern studied Neutron diffraction and Microstructure that intersect with Crust, Continental crust, Subduction and Geophysics. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Gneiss, narrowing it down to issues related to the Felsic, and often Metamorphic rock, Eclogite and Shear modulus.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mineralogy, Anisotropy, Electron backscatter diffraction, Texture and Seismic anisotropy. Hartmut Kern has included themes like Shear, Axial deformation and Mylonite, Shear zone in his Mineralogy study. His work deals with themes such as Gneiss and Neutron diffraction, which intersect with Anisotropy.
His Electron backscatter diffraction research incorporates themes from Misorientation, Mantle wedge and Olivine. His research integrates issues of Crystal, Angular resolution and Biotite in his study of Texture. His study in Seismic anisotropy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Massif, Wavefront, Pressure vessel and Pluton.
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How mafic is the lower continental crust
Shan Gao;Ben-Ren Zhang;Zhen-Ming Jin;Hartmut Kern.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1998)
Development of damage and permeability in deforming rock salt
Otto Schulze;Till Popp;Hartmut Kern.
Engineering Geology (2001)
Fabric-related velocity anisotropy and shear wave splitting in rocks from the Santa Rosa Mylonite Zone, California
H. Kern;H.-R. Wenk.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1990)
Relationship between anisotropy of P and S wave velocities and anisotropy of attenuation in serpentinite and amphibolite
Hartmut Kern;Bin Liu;Till Popp.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1997)
The effect of high temperature and high confining pressure on compressional wave velocities in quartz-bearing and quartz-free igneous and metamorphic rocks
Seismic anisotropy and shear-wave splitting in lower-crustal and upper-mantle rocks from the Ivrea Zone—experimental and calculated data
Guilhem Barruol;Hartmut Kern.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (1996)
Petrophysical studies on rocks from the Dabie ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) metamorphic belt, Central China: implications for the composition and delamination of the lower crust
Hartmut Kern;Shan Gao;Zhengmin Jin;Till Popp.
Pressure and temperature dependence of VP and VS in rocks from the superdeep well and from surface analogues at Kola and the nature of velocity anisotropy
H Kern;T Popp;F Gorbatsevich;A Zharikov.
Elastic-wave velocity in crustal and mantle rocks at high pressure and temperature: the role of the high-low quartz transition and of dehydration reactions
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (1982)
Anisotropy of Vp and Vs in an amphibolite of the deeper crust and its relationship to the mineralogical, microstructural and textural characteristics of the rock
S Siegesmund;T Takeshita;H Kern.
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