2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Australia Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Mantle plume, Plume, Zircon and Igneous rock. His work carried out in the field of Geochemistry brings together such families of science as Sulfide and Silicate. His research in Mantle plume tackles topics such as Large igneous province which are related to areas like Picrite basalt and Incompatible element.
In his research, Hotspot, Basalt and Flood basalt is intimately related to Mantle, which falls under the overarching field of Plume. Ian H. Campbell has researched Zircon in several fields, including Porphyry copper deposit, Mafic and Geochronology. Ian H. Campbell studied Igneous rock and Magma chamber that intersect with Graded bedding, Plagioclase, Settling and Nucleation.
Ian H. Campbell mainly investigates Geochemistry, Mantle, Zircon, Mineralogy and Archean. His Geochemistry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Sulfide. The various areas that he examines in his Mantle study include Mantle plume and Oceanic crust.
His Zircon research integrates issues from Trace element, Provenance and Porphyritic. His work on Olivine as part of his general Mineralogy study is frequently connected to Merensky Reef, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His study looks at the intersection of Archean and topics like Yilgarn Craton with Greenstone belt.
Geochemistry, Sulfide, Platinum group, Mantle and Fractional crystallization are his primary areas of study. Felsic, Magma, Archean, Igneous rock and Zircon are subfields of Geochemistry in which his conducts study. His Sulfide study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mineralogy, Sulfur and Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit.
His research integrates issues of Mantle plume, Mantle convection and Petrology in his study of Mantle. His Mantle plume study combines topics in areas such as Craton, Transition zone, Plate tectonics, Plume and Hotspot. His Petrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Basalt and Partial melting.
Ian H. Campbell mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Mantle plume, Mantle, Sulfide and Continental crust. His work in Geochemistry is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Yilgarn Craton. His Mantle plume research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Petrology, Plume, Geophysics and Basalt.
His research in Mantle intersects with topics in Plate tectonics, Transition zone, Mantle convection and Hotspot. As part of his studies on Sulfide, Ian H. Campbell frequently links adjacent subjects like Zircon. His work in Archean addresses issues such as Sedimentary rock, which are connected to fields such as Volcano.
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Improved 206Pb/238U microprobe geochronology by the monitoring of a trace-element-related matrix effect; SHRIMP, ID-TIMS, ELA-ICP-MS and oxygen isotope documentation for a series of zircon standards
Lance P. Black;Lance P. Black;Sandra L. Kamo;Charlotte M. Allen;Donald W. Davis.
Chemical Geology (2004)
Implications of mantle plume structure for the evolution of flood basalts
Ian H. Campbell;Ross W. Griffiths.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1990)
Relative oxidation states of magmas inferred from Ce(IV)/Ce(III) in zircon: application to porphyry copper deposits of northern Chile
Julian R. Ballard;Michael J. Palin;Ian H. Campbell.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2002)
Stirring and structure in mantle starting plumes
Ross W. Griffiths;Ian H. Campbell.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1990)
The influence of silicate:sulfide ratios on the geochemistry of magmatic sulfides
I. H. Campbell;A. J. Naldrett.
Economic Geology (1979)
Synchronism of the Siberian Traps and the Permian-Triassic Boundary
I. H. Campbell;G. K. Czamanske;V. A. Fedorenko;R. I. Hill.
A Model for the Origin of the Platinum-Rich Sulfide Horizons in the Bushveld and Stillwater Complexes
I. H. Campbell;A. J. Naldrett;S. J. Barnes.
Journal of Petrology (1983)
Melting in an Archaean mantle plume: heads it's basalts, tails it's komatiites
I. H. Campbell;R. W. Griffiths;R. I. Hill.
Ion microprobe U–Pb ages for Neoproterozoic basaltic magmatism in south-central Australia and implications for the breakup of Rodinia
Michael T.D Wingate;Ian H Campbell;William Compston;George M Gibson.
Precambrian Research (1998)
Frontiers in large igneous province research
Richard E. Ernst;Kenneth L. Buchan;Ian H. Campbell.
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