Her scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Mantle, Partial melting, Peridotite and Mineralogy. Geochemistry is closely attributed to Isotopes of silicon in her work. Helen M. Williams has researched Mantle in several fields, including Basalt, Isotope fractionation, Olivine and Igneous rock.
While the research belongs to areas of Partial melting, Helen M. Williams spends her time largely on the problem of Oceanic crust, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Mantle plume and Eclogite. Her Peridotite research focuses on Primitive mantle and how it relates to Radiogenic nuclide, Phlogopite, Lile, Trace element and Metasomatism. She focuses mostly in the field of Mineralogy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Mineral redox buffer and, in certain cases, Incompatible element.
Her main research concerns Geochemistry, Mantle, Isotope fractionation, Mineralogy and Basalt. The concepts of her Geochemistry study are interwoven with issues in Eclogite and Oceanic crust. Her Mantle research incorporates elements of Isotopes of zinc, Mantle wedge, Olivine and Archean.
The Isotope fractionation study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Meteorite and Analytical chemistry. Her study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seawater, Isotopes of silicon, Great Oxygenation Event and Table. Helen M. Williams combines subjects such as Trace element, Post-perovskite and Terrestrial planet with her study of Basalt.
Geochemistry, Mantle, Basalt, Peridotite and Forearc are her primary areas of study. Her research on Geochemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Mantle wedge. Helen M. Williams works mostly in the field of Mantle, limiting it down to topics relating to Crust and, in certain cases, Archean.
Her work carried out in the field of Basalt brings together such families of science as Eclogite, Oceanic plateau, Sulfur solubility, Mafic and Mantle plume. Her Eclogite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ocean island basalt, Isotope fractionation, Equilibrium fractionation and Radiogenic nuclide. Her Peridotite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Primitive mantle, Mineral redox buffer, Magma chamber and Olivine.
Helen M. Williams mostly deals with Geochemistry, Mantle, Crust, Zircon and Forearc. Her Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Redox and Sulfur solubility. Her studies in Redox integrate themes in fields like Deep sea, Mantle wedge and Mud volcano.
The various areas that Helen M. Williams examines in her Zircon study include Paleomagnetism, Magnetite and Igneous rock. Her Forearc research integrates issues from Primitive mantle, Metamorphic rock and Ultramafic rock. Helen M. Williams has included themes like Mantle plume, Mineral redox buffer, Magma chamber and Olivine in her Basalt study.
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Age and composition of dikes in Southern Tibet: new constraints on the timing of east-west extension and its relationship to postcollisional volcanism
Helen Williams;Simon Turner;Simon Kelley;Nigel Harris.
Nature of the source regions for post-collisional, potassic magmatism in Southern and Northern Tibet from geochemical variations and inverse trace element modelling
H. M. Williams;S. P. Turner;Julian A. Pearce;S. P. Kelley.
Journal of Petrology (2004)
Systematic iron isotope variations in mantle rocks and minerals: The effects of partial melting and oxygen fugacity
Helen M. Williams;A.H. Peslier;C.A. McCammon;Alex N. Halliday;Alex N. Halliday.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2005)
Iron isotope fractionation and the oxygen fugacity of the mantle
Helen M. Williams;Catherine A. McCammon;Anne H. Peslier;Alex N. Halliday.
Silicon isotope homogeneity in the mantle
P.S. Savage;R.B Georg;R.M.G. Armytage;H.M. Williams.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2010)
Silicon isotope fractionation during magmatic differentiation
Paul S. Savage;R. Bastian Georg;Helen M. Williams;Kevin W. Burton.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
Silicon isotopes in lunar rocks: Implications for the Moon’s formation and the early history of the Earth
R.M.G. Armytage;R.B. Georg;H.M. Williams;A.N. Halliday.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2012)
Silicon isotopes in meteorites and planetary core formation
R.M.G. Armytage;R.B. Georg;R.B. Georg;P.S. Savage;H.M. Williams.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
Iron isotope tracing of mantle heterogeneity within the source regions of oceanic basalts
Helen M. Williams;Michael Bizimis.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2014)
Fractionation of oxygen and iron isotopes by partial melting processes : implications for the interpretation of stable isotope signatures in mafic rocks
Helen M. Williams;Helen M. Williams;Sune G. Nielsen;Sune G. Nielsen;Christophe Renac;William L. Griffin.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2009)
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