His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Volcano, Hydrothermal circulation, Caldera and Seismology. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Volcanic arc and Island arc. His study involves Complex volcano and Pyroclastic rock, a branch of Volcano.
His work in Hydrothermal circulation addresses subjects such as Subaerial, which are connected to disciplines such as Oceanography, Geothermal gradient, Submarine pipeline and Seabed. His study in Caldera is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Volcanic cone, Basalt and Mineralogy. He has included themes like Paleontology and Crust in his Seismology study.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Volcano, Arc, Seismology and Oceanography. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Subduction and Hydrothermal circulation. His studies deal with areas such as Lithosphere and Mantle as well as Subduction.
Ian C. Wright interconnects Tectonics and Subaerial in the investigation of issues within Volcano. His Seismology research integrates issues from Paleontology and Trough. His work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Continental shelf and Cruise, intersects with other areas such as Methane.
Ian C. Wright mainly investigates Geochemistry, Silicic, Volcano, Seabed and Sediment. His Geochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cretaceous and Terrane. Ian C. Wright focuses mostly in the field of Silicic, narrowing it down to matters related to Pumice and, in some cases, Pyroclastic rock, Magma and Petrology.
As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Volcano, focusing on Mineralogy and, on occasion, Magma and Volcanic rock. In Sediment, Ian C. Wright works on issues like Seafloor spreading, which are connected to Pore water pressure, Gas hydrate stability zone, Methane chimney, Clathrate hydrate and Bottom water. The Caldera study which covers Stratovolcano that intersects with Hydrothermal vent, Hydrothermal circulation, Fault and Graben.
Pumice, Volcano, Geochemistry, Silicic and Caldera are his primary areas of study. Ian C. Wright has researched Pumice in several fields, including Petrology and Magma. His research investigates the connection between Volcano and topics such as Mineralogy that intersect with problems in Volcanic rock and Hydrothermal circulation.
His research integrates issues of Lau Basin, Slab and Slab window in his study of Geochemistry. His work in Silicic tackles topics such as Explosive eruption which are related to areas like Subaerial. His Caldera research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Landslide, Geohazard, Geomorphology and Seafloor spreading.
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Evolution of a Submarine Magmatic-Hydrothermal System: Brothers Volcano, Southern Kermadec Arc, New Zealand
C. E. J. de Ronde;M. D. Hannington;Peter Stoffers;I. C. Wright.
Economic Geology (2005)
Intra-oceanic subduction – related hydrothermal venting, Kermadec volcanic arc, New Zealand
Cornel E.J. de Ronde;Edward T. Baker;Gary J. Massoth;John E. Lupton.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2001)
An integrated model for the temporal evolution of andesites and rhyolites and crustal development in New Zealand's North Island
Richard C. Price;John A. Gamble;Ian E.M. Smith;Robert B. Stewart.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2005)
The Lau-Havre-Taupo back-arc basin: A southward-propagating, multi-stage evolution from rifting to spreading
L.M. Parson;I.C. Wright.
Detection and impacts of leakage from sub-seafloor deep geological carbon dioxide storage
Jerry Blackford;Henrik Stahl;Jonathan M. Bull;Benoît J.P. Bergès.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
New multibeam mapping and geochemistry of the 30°–35° S sector, and overview, of southern Kermadec arc volcanism
I. C. Wright;T. J. Worthington;J. A. Gamble.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2006)
Southern Kermadec submarine caldera arc volcanoes (SW Pacific): caldera formation by effusive and pyroclastic eruption
I.C Wright;J.A Gamble.
Marine Geology (1999)
Basalt and sediment geochemistry and magma petrogenesis in a transect from oceanic island arc to rifted continental margin arc: The Kermadec Hikurangi Margin, SW Pacific
J. Gamble;J. Woodhead;I. Wright;I. Smith.
Journal of Petrology (1996)
Evolution and interaction of migrating cross‐arc volcanism and backarc rifting: An example from the Southern Havre Trough (35°20′–37°S)
I. C. Wright;L. M. Parson;J. A. Gamble.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1996)
Submarine hydrothermal activity along the mid‐Kermadec Arc, New Zealand: Large‐scale effects on venting
C. E. J. de Ronde;E. T. Baker;G. J. Massoth;J. E. Lupton.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2007)
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