Hilary Downes mostly deals with Geochemistry, Mantle, Magmatism, Basalt and Xenolith. Her research links Petrology with Geochemistry. The various areas that Hilary Downes examines in her Mantle study include Lithosphere and Asthenosphere.
Her Magmatism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Subduction, Earth science, Mafic and Volcanic rock. Her studies in Xenolith integrate themes in fields like Metamorphic rock and Crust. Her research integrates issues of Transition zone and Ultramafic rock in her study of Peridotite.
Hilary Downes spends much of her time researching Geochemistry, Mantle, Xenolith, Metasomatism and Peridotite. Her Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lithosphere and Petrology. Hilary Downes interconnects Magmatism, Subduction, Mafic and Craton in the investigation of issues within Mantle.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Metamorphic rock, Continental crust, Crust, Trace element and Underplating. Her studies deal with areas such as Phlogopite, Lile, Partial melting, Olivine and Igneous rock as well as Metasomatism. The Peridotite study combines topics in areas such as Equigranular, Transition zone, Spinel, Oceanic crust and Lithospheric mantle.
Hilary Downes mainly investigates Geochemistry, Mantle, Xenolith, Metasomatism and Kimberlite. As part of her studies on Geochemistry, Hilary Downes often connects relevant subjects like Spinel. Her Mantle research includes elements of Lithosphere, Craton and Crust.
Her research in Xenolith focuses on subjects like Ultramafic rock, which are connected to Continental crust and Zircon. As a part of the same scientific family, Hilary Downes mostly works in the field of Metasomatism, focusing on Carbonatite and, on occasion, Phlogopite, Lile and Augite. Her study in Kimberlite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Eclogite, Mineral redox buffer, Pyrope, Petrology and Island arc.
Her primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Mantle, Metasomatism, Peridotite and Xenolith. Her work in Mineral redox buffer and Zircon are all subfields of Geochemistry research. Her Mantle research incorporates elements of Lithosphere and Craton.
While the research belongs to areas of Craton, she spends her time largely on the problem of Subduction, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Geophysics and Magmatism. Her research in Peridotite intersects with topics in Massif, Trace element and Spinel. The concepts of her Xenolith study are interwoven with issues in Breccia and Olivine.
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Tertiary—Quaternary Extension-Related Alkaline Magmatism in Western and Central Europe
Marjorie Wilson;Hilary Downes.
Journal of Petrology (1991)
Neogene–Quaternary magmatism and geodynamics in the Carpathian–Pannonian region: a synthesis
Ioan Seghedi;Hilary Downes;Alexandru Szakács;Paul R.D. Mason.
U–Pb zircon ages from a Devonian carbonatite dyke, Kola peninsula, Russia: a record of geological evolution from the Archaean to the Palaeozoic
S Claesson;V Vetrin;T Bayanova;H Downes.
The Petrogenesis of Pliocene Alkaline Volcanic Rocks from the Pannonian Basin, Eastern Central Europe
A. Embey-Isztin;H. Downes;D. E. James;B. G. J. Upton.
Journal of Petrology (1993)
Textural, isotopic and REE variations in spinel peridotite xenoliths, Massif Central, France
Hilary Downes;Claude Dupuy.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1987)
Hf-Nd isotopic evolution of the lower crust
Jeff D. Vervoort;P.Jonathan Patchett;Francis Albarède;Janne Blichert-Toft.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2000)
Almandine garnet in calc-alkaline volcanic rocks of the northern Pannonian Basin (eastern-central Europe): Geochemistry, petrogenesis and geodynamic implications
Sz Harangi;H. Downes;L. Kósa;C. S. Szabó.
Journal of Petrology (2001)
Crustal evolution of the Hercynian belt of Western Europe: Evidence from lower-crustal granulitic xenoliths (French Massif Central)
H. Downes;C. Dupuy;A.F. Leyreloup.
Chemical Geology (1990)
Origin and significance of spinel and garnet pyroxenites in the shallow lithospheric mantle: Ultramafic massifs in orogenic belts in Western Europe and NW Africa
Petrology and geochemistry of spinel peridotite xenoliths from the western Pannonian Basin (Hungary): evidence for an association between enrichment and texture in the upper mantle
H. Downes;A. Embey-Isztin;M. F. Thirlwall.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1992)
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