Horst R. Marschall mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Oceanic crust, Metamorphic rock, Mineralogy and Mantle. His research related to Mafic, Metasomatism, Ultramafic rock and Continental crust might be considered part of Geochemistry. His work in Oceanic crust covers topics such as Slab which are related to areas like Chemical composition, Volcanic arc, Adakite and Peridotite.
Horst R. Marschall works mostly in the field of Metamorphic rock, limiting it down to topics relating to Eclogite and, in certain cases, Isotopic signature and Basalt. His work deals with themes such as Tourmaline, Metamorphism, Isotopes of boron and Weathering, which intersect with Mineralogy. His study on Primitive mantle is often connected to Diapir as part of broader study in Mantle.
Horst R. Marschall focuses on Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Mantle, Tourmaline and Metasomatism. He has included themes like Eclogite and Oceanic crust in his Geochemistry study. The concepts of his Mantle study are interwoven with issues in Basalt and Mantle wedge.
His Mantle wedge study also includes fields such as
Horst R. Marschall mostly deals with Geochemistry, Mantle, Peridotite, Materials science and Oceanic crust. Horst R. Marschall connects Geochemistry with Tributary in his research. As a member of one scientific family, Horst R. Marschall mostly works in the field of Mantle, focusing on Eclogite and, on occasion, Massif, Petrology and Slab.
His Peridotite research includes themes of Fluid inclusions, Gabbro and Crust. His work on Ocean island basalt as part of general Oceanic crust study is frequently linked to Oceanic core complex, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies examine the connections between Isotopes of lithium and genetics, as well as such issues in Tourmaline, with regards to Isotopes of oxygen and Analytical chemistry.
Horst R. Marschall mainly investigates Geochemistry, Mantle, Oceanic crust, Peridotite and Massif. Horst R. Marschall mostly deals with Metamorphism in his studies of Geochemistry. The various areas that he examines in his Mantle study include Mineralogy, Volatiles, Chondrite, Magmatic water and Asteroid.
His studies in Oceanic crust integrate themes in fields like Gabbro, Mid-Atlantic Ridge and Crust. His study in Peridotite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fluid inclusions, Pillow lava, Kimberlite and Mica. His Massif research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ocean island basalt, Metasomatism, Basalt and Eclogite.
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Arc magmas sourced from melange diapirs in subduction zones
Horst R. Marschall;John C. Schumacher.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Tourmaline: an ideal indicator of its host environment
Vincent J. van Hinsberg;Darrell J. Henry;Horst R. Marschall.
Canadian Mineralogist (2011)
Variations of Li and Mg isotope ratios in bulk chondrites and mantle xenoliths
Philip A.E. Pogge von Strandmann;Tim Elliott;Horst R. Marschall;Horst R. Marschall;Chris Coath.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
The lithium isotopic composition of orogenic eclogites and deep subducted slabs
Horst R. Marschall;Philip A.E. Pogge von Strandmann;Hans-Michael Seitz;Tim Elliott.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2007)
Tourmaline Isotopes: No Element Left Behind
Horst R. Marschall;Shao-Yong Jiang.
The boron and lithium isotopic composition of mid-ocean ridge basalts and the mantle
Horst R. Marschall;V. Dorsey Wanless;Nobumichi Shimizu;Philip A.E. Pogge von Strandmann;Philip A.E. Pogge von Strandmann.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2017)
Squeezing out the slab — modelling the release of Li, Be and B during progressive high-pressure metamorphism
Horst R. Marschall;Rainer Altherr;Lars Rüpke.
Chemical Geology (2007)
Syros metasomatic tourmaline: evidence for very high-δ11B fluids in subduction zones
Horst R. Marschall;Thomas Ludwig;Rainer Altherr;Angelika Kalt.
Journal of Petrology (2006)
Geochemical evidence for mélange melting in global arcs.
Sune G. Nielsen;Horst R. Marschall;Horst R. Marschall.
Science Advances (2017)
Early accretion of water in the inner solar system from a carbonaceous chondrite–like source
Adam R. Sarafian;Sune G. Nielsen;Horst R. Marschall;Francis M. McCubbin.
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