2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Australia Leader Award
2015 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2012 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
1939 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Hugh St. C. O'Neill mainly focuses on Mineralogy, Analytical chemistry, Silicate, Mantle and Olivine. His Mineralogy research includes elements of Spinel, Basalt and Spinel lherzolite. His Analytical chemistry research incorporates elements of Electrochemistry, Mineral redox buffer, Crystallization and Oxidation state.
As part of the same scientific family, Hugh St. C. O'Neill usually focuses on Silicate, concentrating on Stoichiometry and intersecting with Crystal and Oxide. His Mantle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chondrite and Formation and evolution of the Solar System. His research in Olivine intersects with topics in Calcium content, Calcium, Composition dependence, Mole fraction and Magnesium.
His primary areas of study are Analytical chemistry, Mineralogy, Olivine, Silicate and Mantle. His Stoichiometry study, which is part of a larger body of work in Analytical chemistry, is frequently linked to Partition coefficient, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work deals with themes such as Solid solution, Basalt, Fugacity and Spinel lherzolite, which intersect with Mineralogy.
Hugh St. C. O'Neill has included themes like Electron microprobe, Trace element, Spinel, Ionic radius and Forsterite in his Olivine study. His study focuses on the intersection of Silicate and fields such as Sulfide with connections in the field of Saturation and Sulfur. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mantle, Chondrite are connected with Formation and evolution of the Solar System and other disciplines.
Hugh St. C. O'Neill spends much of his time researching Analytical chemistry, Silicate, Olivine, Geochemistry and Forsterite. His Analytical chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Magnetite, Mineral redox buffer, Oxidation state and XANES. Hugh St. C. O'Neill combines subjects such as Oxide, Doping, Mineral, Silicate glass and Anorthite with his study of Silicate.
His Olivine study deals with the bigger picture of Mineralogy. His studies in Mineralogy integrate themes in fields like Sulfide, Thermodynamic model and Intermediate composition. His Geochemistry study incorporates themes from Chondrite and Meteorite.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Analytical chemistry, Mineral redox buffer, Olivine, Mantle and Partial melting. The Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Magnetite, Mineralogy, Oxidation state and Liquidus. His biological study deals with issues like Vanadium, which deal with fields such as Silicate.
Hugh St. C. O'Neill specializes in Mineralogy, namely Forsterite. His Olivine study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Spinel. His Mantle study introduces a deeper knowledge of Geochemistry.
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Cosmochemical Estimates of Mantle Composition
Herbert Palme;Hugh O'Neill.
Treatise on Geochemistry (2014)
Simple spinels; crystallographic parameters, cation radii, lattice energies, and cation distribution
Hugh St. C. O'Neill;Alexandra Navrotsky.
American Mineralogist (1983)
THE RELATIVE EFFECTS OF PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE AND OXYGEN FUGACITY ON THE SOLUBILITY OF SULFIDE IN MAFIC MAGMAS
John A Mavrogenes;Hugh St.C O’Neill.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1999)
The transition between spinel lherzolite and garnet lherzolite, and its use as a Geobarometer
Hugh St. C. O'Neill.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1981)
An experimental study of Fe-Mg partitioning between garnet and olivine and its calibration as a geothermometer
Hugh St. C. O'Neill;B. J. Wood.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1979)
Analysis of 60 elements in 616 ocean floor basaltic glasses
Frances E. Jenner;Frances E. Jenner;Hugh St. C. O'Neill.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2012)
Thermodynamic data from redox reactions at high temperatures. I. An experimental and theoretical assessment of the electrochemical method using stabilized zirconia electrolytes, with revised values for the Fe-“FeO”, Co-CoO, Ni-NiO and Cu-Cu2O oxygen buffers, and new data for the W-WO2 buffer
Hugh St. C. O'Neill;Mark I. Pownceby.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1993)
The crystal/melt partitioning of V during mantle melting as a function of oxygen fugacity compared with some other elements (Al, P, Ca, Sc, Ti, Cr, Fe, Ga, Y, Zr and Nb)
Guilherme Mallmann;Hugh St. C. O’Neill.
Journal of Petrology (2009)
The Magnetite Crisis in the Evolution of Arc-related Magmas and the Initial Concentration of Au, Ag and Cu
Frances E. Jenner;Hugh St. C. O’Neill;Richard J. Arculus;John A. Mavrogenes.
Journal of Petrology (2010)
The Sulfide Capacity and the Sulfur Content at Sulfide Saturation of Silicate Melts at 1400°C and 1 bar
Hugh St. C. O’Neill;John A. Mavrogenes.
Journal of Petrology (2002)
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