2011 - Hellman Fellow
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Geochronology, Geomorphology and Shear zone. His Geochemistry research includes elements of Granulite and Eclogite. The study incorporates disciplines such as Isograd, Metamorphic rock, Gneiss and Mantle in addition to Metamorphism.
His work deals with themes such as Mineralogy, Petrology and Zircon, which intersect with Geochronology. His Geomorphology study combines topics in areas such as Tectonics and Crust. The concepts of his Shear zone study are interwoven with issues in Partial melting and Main Central Thrust.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Metamorphic rock, Geochronology, Metamorphism and Monazite. His study in Geochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Geomorphology and Pluton. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock and Shear zone in his study of Geomorphology.
When carried out as part of a general Metamorphic rock research project, his work on Kyanite is frequently linked to work in Core, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. John M. Cottle interconnects Orogeny, Igneous rock, Tectonophysics, Mafic and Continental arc in the investigation of issues within Geochronology. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Metamorphism, focusing on Granulite and, on occasion, Eclogite.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Paleontology, Subduction, Metamorphic rock and Zircon. His work on Monazite, Gneiss and Mantle as part of general Geochemistry study is frequently connected to Core and Deformation, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His research in Monazite intersects with topics in Metamorphism, Metasomatism and Titanite.
His Subduction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Volcano, Magma and Petrology. His studies deal with areas such as Allanite and Geochronology as well as Metamorphic rock. His Zircon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Continental crust, Partial melting, Crust and Orogeny.
John M. Cottle mostly deals with Paleontology, Geochemistry, Structural geology, Cenozoic and Zircon. His study involves Metamorphic rock and Allanite, a branch of Geochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Massif and Transpression.
John M. Cottle has included themes like Diachronous, Rift and Cretaceous in his Cenozoic study. His Cretaceous study incorporates themes from Plateau and Mountain formation. His Zircon research incorporates themes from Basaltic andesite and Continental crust, Mantle, Petrogenesis.
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Laser-ablation split-stream ICP petrochronology
Andrew R.C. Kylander-Clark;Bradley R. Hacker;John M. Cottle.
Chemical Geology (2013)
Defining the Himalayan Main Central Thrust in Nepal
Michael P. Searle;Richard D. Law;Laurent Godin;Kyle P. Larson.
Journal of the Geological Society (2008)
Tectonic evolution of the Mogok metamorphic belt, Burma (Myanmar) constrained by U-Th-Pb dating of metamorphic and magmatic rocks
M. P. Searle;S. R. Noble;J. M. Cottle;D. J. Waters.
Campaign-style titanite U–Pb dating by laser-ablation ICP: Implications for crustal flow, phase transformations and titanite closure
K.J. Spencer;B.R. Hacker;A.R.C. Kylander-Clark;T.B. Andersen.
Chemical Geology (2013)
Timing of midcrustal metamorphism, melting and deformation in the Mount Everest Region of Southern Tibet revealed by U(Th)-Pb geochronology
John M. Cottle;Michael P. Searle;Matthew S. A. Horstwood;David J. Waters.
The Journal of Geology (2009)
Crustal melt granites and migmatites along the Himalaya: melt source, segregation, transport and granite emplacement mechanisms
M. P. Searle;J. M. Cottle;M. J. Streule;D. J. Waters.
Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of The Royal Society of Edinburgh (2009)
Geochronology of granulitized eclogite from the Ama Drime Massif: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the South Tibetan Himalaya
John M. Cottle;John M. Cottle;Micah J. Jessup;Micah J. Jessup;Dennis L. Newell;Matthew S. A. Horstwood.
Structural insights into the early stages of exhumation along an orogen-scale detachment: The South Tibetan Detachment System, Dzakaa Chu section, Eastern Himalaya
John M. Cottle;Micah J. Jessup;Dennis L. Newell;Michael P. Searle.
Journal of Structural Geology (2007)
Cenozoic deep crust in the Pamir
Jennifer Schmidt;Bradley R. Hacker;Lothar Ratschbacher;Konstanze Stübner.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2011)
Metamorphic history of a syn-convergent orogen-parallel detachment: The South Tibetan detachment system, Bhutan Himalaya
D. A. Kellett;D. Grujic;C. Warren;J. Cottle.
Journal of Metamorphic Geology (2010)
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