His primary areas of study are Volcano, Magma, Geochemistry, Seismology and Lava. He is interested in Volcanic ash, which is a branch of Volcano. The concepts of his Volcanic ash study are interwoven with issues in Peléan eruption, Volcanic hazards, Volcanic cone and Hawaiian eruption.
His work carried out in the field of Magma brings together such families of science as Fumarole and Petrology. His Geochemistry study which covers Hydrothermal circulation that intersects with Resurgent dome. The various areas that John Stix examines in his Lava study include Pyroclastic rock, Igneous rock and Volcanic rock.
His primary areas of investigation include Volcano, Geochemistry, Caldera, Magma and Earth science. John Stix has researched Volcano in several fields, including Hydrothermal circulation and Mineralogy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Plume and Igneous rock.
His work in Caldera addresses issues such as Rhyolite, which are connected to fields such as Quartz. His Magma research is mostly focused on the topic Magma chamber. His Earth science study incorporates themes from Volcanism, Phreatic eruption and Volcanology.
His main research concerns Volcano, Geochemistry, Earth science, Caldera and Magma. As part of his studies on Volcano, John Stix frequently links adjacent subjects like Hydrothermal circulation. John Stix combines subjects such as Fault, Basalt and Remote sensing with his study of Caldera.
His study in the field of Explosive eruption also crosses realms of Phreatic. His studies in Explosive eruption integrate themes in fields like Seismic tomography and Mafic. His Sill research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Laccolith, Magma chamber and Crust.
John Stix spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Volcano, Drone, Phreatic eruption and Petrology. His work in the fields of Geochemistry, such as Trace element, Lava and Melt inclusions, intersects with other areas such as Silicate. Drone is integrated with Instrumentation, Earth science, Environmental science, Volcanic Gases and Hydrothermal circulation in his research.
His Phreatic eruption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crater lake, Explosive eruption and Phreatomagmatic eruption. His Petrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Laccolith, Magma chamber, Magma and Caldera. His Magma research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sill and Crust.
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Encyclopedia of Volcanoes
Haraldur Sigurdsson;Bruce F. Houghton;Stephen R. McNutt;Hazel Rymer.
Physics Today (2000)
Paleomagnetic chronology, fluvial processes and tectonic implications of the Siwalik deposits near Chinji village, Pakistan.
Noye M. Johnson;John Stix;Lisa Tauxe;Philip F. Cerveny.
The Journal of Geology (1985)
Atmospheric dispersion, environmental effects and potential health hazard associated with the low-altitude gas plume of Masaya volcano, Nicaragua
Pierre Delmelle;J Stix;PJ Baxter;J Garcia-Alvarez.
Bulletin of Volcanology (2002)
Sulphide magma as a source of metals in arc-related magmatic hydrothermal ore fluids
Olivier Nadeau;Anthony E. Williams-Jones;John Stix.
Nature Geoscience (2010)
Pit crater structure and processes governing persistent activity at Masaya Volcano, Nicaragua
Hazel Rymer;Benjamin van Wyk de Vries;John Stix;Glyn Williams-Jones.
Bulletin of Volcanology (1998)
Explosive eruptions at mid-ocean ridges driven by CO 2 -rich magmas
Christoph Helo;Marc-Antoine Longpré;Nobumichi Shimizu;David A. Clague.
Nature Geoscience (2011)
A model of vulcanian eruptions at Galeras volcano, Colombia
John Stix;Roberto C. Torres;Lourdes Narváez M;Gloria Patricia Cortés J.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1997)
Volatile degassing, petrology, and magma dynamics of the Villarrica Lava Lake, Southern Chile
Jeffrey J.B. Witter;Victor V.C. Kress;Pierre Delmelle;John Stix.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2004)
Depletion rates of sulfur dioxide in tropospheric volcanic plumes
Clive Oppenheimer;Peter Francis;John Stix.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
The relationship between degassing and ground deformation at Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat
I.M. Watson;C. Oppenheimer;B. Voight;P.W. Francis.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2000)
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