Fellow of the Geological Society of America
James R. Hein spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Ferromanganese, Seawater, Mineralogy and Hydrothermal circulation. In his research on the topic of Geochemistry, Zirconium and Tantalum is strongly related with Cobalt. His Ferromanganese research incorporates elements of Mining engineering, Yttrium and Deep sea.
His Seawater study improves the overall literature in Oceanography. His Oceanography research includes themes of Radiogenic nuclide and Oceanic crust. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biogenic silica, Metal, Oxide and Sorption.
James R. Hein mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Ferromanganese, Oceanography, Mineralogy and Crust. The various areas that he examines in his Geochemistry study include Carbonate, Manganese and Hydrothermal circulation. His Ferromanganese study incorporates themes from Seawater, Cobalt, Deep sea and Seamount.
His Seawater study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry and Isotope fractionation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Glacial period and Sediment. James R. Hein has included themes like Basalt, Terrigenous sediment and Radiogenic nuclide in his Crust study.
Geochemistry, Ferromanganese, Seawater, Oceanography and Diagenesis are his primary areas of study. Particularly relevant to Crust is his body of work in Geochemistry. The Crust study combines topics in areas such as Sedimentary depositional environment, Spatial distribution, Mineralogy and Arctic.
His Ferromanganese research includes elements of Cobalt, Magnetite, Pacific ocean and Biogeochemical cycle. The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental chemistry and Seafloor spreading in addition to Seawater. His Diagenesis research focuses on subjects like Sediment, which are linked to Pore water pressure.
His main research concerns Geochemistry, Ferromanganese, Diagenesis, Seawater and Crust. His work often combines Geochemistry and Oxygen cycle studies. His Ferromanganese study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biogeochemical cycle, Cobalt, Terrigenous sediment, Oceanography and Isotopes of oxygen.
His Diagenesis research entails a greater understanding of Mineralogy. James R. Hein interconnects Seafloor spreading and δ18O in the investigation of issues within Seawater. His Crust research incorporates elements of Sedimentary depositional environment, Carbonate, Todorokite and Oxygen minimum zone.
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Deep-ocean mineral deposits as a source of critical metals for high- and green-technology applications: Comparison with land-based resources
James R. Hein;Kira Mizell;Andrea Koschinsky;Tracey A. Conrad;Tracey A. Conrad.
Ore Geology Reviews (2013)
Comparison of the partitioning behaviours of yttrium, rare earth elements, and titanium between hydrogenetic marine ferromanganese crusts and seawater
Michael Bau;Andrea Koschinsky;Peter Dulski;James R. Hein.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1996)
Cobalt-Rich Ferromanganese Crusts in the Pacific
James R. Hein;Andrea Koschinsk;Michael Bau;Frank T. Manheim.
Uptake of elements from seawater by ferromanganese crusts: solid-phase associations and seawater speciation
Andrea Koschinsky;James R. Hein.
Marine Geology (2003)
Discriminating between different genetic types of marine ferro-manganese crusts and nodules based on rare earth elements and yttrium
M. Bau;K. Schmidt;A. Koschinsky;J. Hein.
Chemical Geology (2014)
Diagenesis of late Cenozoic diatomaceous deposits and formation of the bottom simulating reflector in the southern Bering Sea
James R. Hein;David W. Scholl;John A. Barron;Marjorie G. Jones.
Iron and manganese oxide mineralization in the Pacific
James R. Hein;Andrea Koschinsky;Peter Halbach;Frank T. Manheim.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1997)
Deep-Ocean Ferromanganese Crusts and Nodules
James R. Hein;Andrea Koschinsky.
Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences#R##N#Treatise on Geochemistry (Second Edition) (2014)
Evolution of Nd and Pb isotopes in Central Pacific seawater from ferromanganese crusts
H.F. Ling;K.W. Burton;R.K. O'Nions;B.S. Kamber.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1997)
News from the seabed – Geological characteristics and resource potential of deep-sea mineral resources
Swen Petersen;Anna Kratschell;Nico Augustin;John Jamieson.
Marine Policy (2016)
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