The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Zircon, Craton, Paleontology and Metamorphic rock. Geochemistry is closely attributed to Mineralogy in his work. His Zircon research includes themes of Partial melting, Volcanic ash, Earth science and Proterozoic.
His Craton study combines topics in areas such as Laurentia, Basement, Rift and Terrane. Hartwig E. Frimmel has researched Laurentia in several fields, including Suture and Back-arc basin. The study incorporates disciplines such as Magmatism, Igneous rock and Thin section in addition to Metamorphic rock.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Craton, Paleontology, Metamorphism and Zircon. His Geochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrothermal circulation and Terrane. His Craton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structural basin, Tonian, Provenance and Mafic.
His research integrates issues of Orogeny, Gneiss, Siliciclastic and Continental margin in his study of Metamorphism. The Zircon study which covers Crust that intersects with Continental arc. His Pyrite research focuses on Trace element and how it relates to Ultramafic rock.
Hartwig E. Frimmel mostly deals with Geochemistry, Pyrite, Craton, Archean and Metamorphism. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hydrothermal circulation and Magmatism. He combines subjects such as Trace element and Quartz, Fluid inclusions with his study of Pyrite.
He is interested in Rodinia, which is a branch of Craton. The various areas that he examines in his Archean study include Sedimentary rock, Orosirian and Proterozoic. In his work, Mafic, Continental margin, Gneiss and Felsic is strongly intertwined with Tonian, which is a subfield of Metamorphism.
Hartwig E. Frimmel mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Craton, Zircon, Foreland basin and Gondwana. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quartz and Terrane. He has included themes like Trace element and Fluid inclusions, Meteoric water, Magmatic water in his Craton study.
His work carried out in the field of Zircon brings together such families of science as Metamorphic rock, Granulite and Ore genesis. His studies examine the connections between Foreland basin and genetics, as well as such issues in Inversion, with regards to Bushveld Igneous Complex, Placer deposit, Passive margin and Siliciclastic. His Gondwana research is included under the broader classification of Paleontology.
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Trace element distribution in Neoproterozoic carbonates as palaeoenvironmental indicator
Hartwig E. Frimmel.
Chemical Geology (2009)
A connection between the Neoproterozoic Dom Feliciano (Brazil/Uruguay) and Gariep (Namibia/South Africa) orogenic belts - Evidence from a reconnaissance provenance study.
Miguel Angelo Stipp Basei;H E Frimmel;Allen Nutman;F Preciozzi.
Precambrian Research (2005)
Trace-element characteristics of different pyrite types in Mesoarchaean to Palaeoproterozoic placer deposits
Nikola Koglin;Hartwig E. Frimmel;Hartwig E. Frimmel;W. E. Lawrie Minter;Helene Brätz.
Mineralium Deposita (2010)
Neoproterozoic tectono-thermal evolution of the Gariep Belt and its basement, Namibia and South Africa
Precambrian Research (1998)
New Pb-Pb Single Zircon Age Constraints on the Timing of Neoproterozoic Glaciation and Continental Break-up in Namibia
Hartwig E. Frimmel;Urs S. Klötzli;Pete R. Siegfried.
The Journal of Geology (1996)
West Gondwana amalgamation based on detrital zircon ages from Neoproterozoic Ribeira and Dom Feliciano belts of South America and comparison with coeval sequences from SW Africa
M. A. S. Basei;H. E. Frimmel;A. P. Nutman;F. Preciozzi.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2008)
Archaean atmospheric evolution: evidence from the Witwatersrand gold fields, South Africa
Hartwig E. Frimmel.
Earth-Science Reviews (2005)
Earth's continental crustal gold endowment
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Early Cambrian ocean anoxia in South China
Shao-Yong Jiang;Dao-Hui Pi;Dao-Hui Pi;Christoph Heubeck;Hartwig Frimmel.
The Richtersveld Igneous Complex, South Africa: U-Pb Zircon and Geochemical Evidence for the Beginning of Neoproterozoic Continental Breakup
Hartwig E. Frimmel;Robert E. Zartman;Andreas Späth.
The Journal of Geology (2001)
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