Jean-Clair Duchesne mainly investigates Geochemistry, Anorthosite, Massif, Mafic and Petrology. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Granulite and Plagioclase. The various areas that he examines in his Anorthosite study include Andesine and Norite.
The Massif study combines topics in areas such as Fractional crystallization and Lopolith. Jean-Clair Duchesne interconnects Basalt and Asthenosphere in the investigation of issues within Mafic. His Petrology study incorporates themes from Metamorphic facies and Charnockite.
Jean-Clair Duchesne focuses on Geochemistry, Anorthosite, Petrology, Layered intrusion and Fractional crystallization. His Geochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Plagioclase and Charnockite. In his research, Lineation is intimately related to Pluton, which falls under the overarching field of Anorthosite.
His Petrology study which covers Crust that intersects with Mantle. His Layered intrusion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cumulate rock, Hypersthene and Proterozoic. His studies in Fractional crystallization integrate themes in fields like Partial melting, Continental crust, Igneous differentiation, Andesine and Hornblende.
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Petrology, Anorthosite, Massif and Fractional crystallization. The concepts of his Geochemistry study are interwoven with issues in Proterozoic, Pluton and Continental arc. He focuses mostly in the field of Petrology, narrowing it down to matters related to Biotite and, in some cases, Lithology, Facies and Charnockite.
Anorthosite is a subfield of Plagioclase that Jean-Clair Duchesne studies. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Subduction and Zircon. His Fractional crystallization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Restite, Nappe, Protolith, Migmatite and Terrane.
Jean-Clair Duchesne spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Anorthosite, Plagioclase, Petrology and Fractional crystallization. His studies deal with areas such as Granulite and Proterozoic as well as Geochemistry. His Anorthosite research integrates issues from Ilmenite and Pluton.
His Petrology study combines topics in areas such as Basalt and Biotite, Hornblende. He has included themes like Layered intrusion, Igneous rock, Magma chamber, Ultramafic rock and Sedimentary structures in his Basalt study. His Fractional crystallization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Andesine and Igneous differentiation.
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The short duration and anorogenic character of anorthosite magmatism: U-Pb dating of the Rogaland complex, Norway
Urs Schärer;Edith Wilmart;Jean-Clair Duchesne.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1996)
Some Phase Equilibrium Constraints on the Origin of Proterozoic (Massif) Anorthosites and Related Rocks
John Longhi;Jacqueline Vander Auwera;Miranda S. Fram;Jean-Clair Duchesne.
Journal of Petrology (1999)
The crustal tongue melting model and the origin of massive anorthosites
J.C. Duchesne;J.P. Liégeois;J. Vander Auwera;J. Longhi.
Terra Nova (1999)
Fe-Ti deposits in Rogaland anorthosites (South Norway): geochemical characteristics and problems of interpretation
Mineralium Deposita (1999)
Iron-Titanium Oxide Minerals in the Bjerkrem-Sogndal Massif, South-western Norway
Journal of Petrology (1972)
8: Precambrian geodynamics and ore formation: The Fennoscandian Shield
Pär Weihed;Nicholas Arndt;Kjell Billström;Jean-Clair Duchesne.
Ore Geology Reviews (2005)
A Liquid Line of Descent of the Jotunite (Hypersthene Monzodiorite) Suite
Jacqueline Vander Auwera;John Longhi;Jean-Clair Duchesne.
Journal of Petrology (1998)
Derivation of the 1.0 - 0.9 Ga ferro-potassic A-type Granitoids of southern Norway by extreme differentiation from basic magmas
Jacqueline Vander Auwera;Michel Bogaerts;Jean-Paul Liégeois;Daniel Demaiffe.
Precambrian Research (2003)
Igneous Charnockites and Related Rocks from the Bjerkreim–Sokndal Layered Intrusion (Southwest Norway): a Jotunite (Hypersthene Monzodiorite)-Derived A-type Granitoid Suite
Jean-Clair Duchesne;Edith Wilmart.
Journal of Petrology (1997)
Kibaran A-type granitoids and mafic rocks generated by two mantle sources in a late orogenic setting (Burundi)
Luc Tack;Jean-Paul Liégeois;André Deblond;Jean-Clair Duchesne.
Precambrian Research (1994)
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