2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Norway Leader Award
Fellow of the Geological Society of America
Geochemistry, Molybdenite, Zircon, Mineralogy and Isochron are her primary areas of study. Her Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mineralization and Terrane. Her Molybdenite study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Molybdenum.
Her work in Zircon addresses issues such as Metamorphic rock, which are connected to fields such as Pluton, Basalt, Igneous rock, Andesite and Carlin–type gold deposit. In her study, Rhenium is inextricably linked to Analytical chemistry, which falls within the broad field of Mineralogy. The various areas that Holly J. Stein examines in her Isochron study include Skarn and Pyrite.
Holly J. Stein mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Molybdenite, Geochronology, Zircon and Mineralization. Geochemistry is often connected to Mineralogy in her work. Her studies deal with areas such as Igneous rock, Fluid inclusions, Skarn, Vein and Magmatism as well as Molybdenite.
Her Geochronology research incorporates elements of Sedimentary rock, Mafic and Terrane. Her Zircon course of study focuses on Batholith and Proterozoic. Holly J. Stein has researched Mineralization in several fields, including Breccia and Silicic.
Her primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Geochronology, Petroleum, Asphaltene and Mineralization. Her Geochemistry research incorporates themes from Oil shale and Anoxic waters. Holly J. Stein works mostly in the field of Geochronology, limiting it down to concerns involving Isochron and, occasionally, Cretaceous, Krill and Authigenic.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rhenium, Tar, Mineralogy and Oil field. Her research integrates issues of Trace element and Zircon, Monazite in her study of Mineralization. Her Molybdenite research integrates issues from Argillic alteration, Covellite, Bornite, Hypogene and Silicic.
Holly J. Stein mainly investigates Asphaltene, Geochemistry, Rhenium, Mineralogy and Petroleum. Holly J. Stein applies her multidisciplinary studies on Geochemistry and Chemical composition in her research. Her work deals with themes such as Isotopic composition, Standard solution and Geochronology, which intersect with Rhenium.
Her research links Isotope geochemistry with Mineralogy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental chemistry and Radiometric dating in addition to Petroleum. She interconnects Greenstone belt, Shear zone, Svecofennian orogeny and Zircon in the investigation of issues within Mineralization.
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Dating the rise of atmospheric oxygen
A. Bekker;H. D. Holland;P.-L. Wang;D. Rumble.
MPI-DING reference glasses for in situ microanalysis: New reference values for element concentrations and isotope ratios
Klaus Peter Jochum;Brigitte Stoll;Kirstin Herwig;Matthias Willbold.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2006)
The remarkable Re-Os chronometer in molybdenite : how and why it works
H. J. Stein;R. J. Markey;J. W. Morgan;J. L. Hannah.
Terra Nova (2001)
Highly precise and accurate Re-Os ages for molybdenite from the East Qinling molybdenum belt, shaanxi Province, China
H. J. Stein;R. J. Markey;J. W. Morgan;A. Du.
Economic Geology (1997)
Molybdenite Re–Os and albite 40Ar/39Ar dating of Cu–Au–Mo and magnetite porphyry systems in the Yangtze River valley and metallogenic implications
Jingwen Mao;Yitian Wang;Bernd Lehmann;Jinjie Yu.
Ore Geology Reviews (2006)
Experimental Melting of Carbonated Peridotite at 6-10 GPa
Gerhard P. Brey;Vadim K. Bulatov;Andrei V. Girnis;Yann Lahaye.
Journal of Petrology (2007)
Re-Os ages for Archean molybdenite and pyrite, Kuittila-Kivisuo, Finland and Proterozoic molybdenite, Kabeliai, Lithuania: testing the chronometer in a metamorphic and metasomatic setting
H. J. Stein;K. Sundblad;R. J. Markey;J. W. Morgan.
Mineralium Deposita (1998)
Highly precise Re-Os dating for molybdenite using alkaline fusion and NTIMS.
Richard Markey;Holly Stein;Holly Stein;John Morgan.
Subgrain-scale decoupling of Re and 187Os and assessment of laser ablation ICP-MS spot dating in molybdenite
Holly Stein;Anders Scherstén;Anders Scherstén;Anders Scherstén;Judith Hannah;Richard Markey.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2003)
Primitive Os and 2316 Ma age for marine shale: implications for Paleoproterozoic glacial events and the rise of atmospheric oxygen
Judith L. Hannah;Andrey Bekker;Holly J. Stein;Richard J. Markey.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
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