Marie-Christine Boiron mainly investigates Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Fluid inclusions, Quartz and Uranium ore. Marie-Christine Boiron mostly deals with Metamorphic rock in his studies of Geochemistry. Marie-Christine Boiron combines subjects such as Metamorphism and Hydrothermal circulation with his study of Metamorphic rock.
His work in the fields of Sphalerite overlaps with other areas such as Brine, Seawater, Solubility and Vacancy defect. His Fluid inclusions study combines topics in areas such as Inclusion, Trace element, Vein and Analytical chemistry. His Raman spectroscopy study in the realm of Analytical chemistry connects with subjects such as Aqueous solution.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Fluid inclusions, Quartz, Mineralogy and Metamorphic rock. His research investigates the connection between Geochemistry and topics such as Hydrothermal circulation that intersect with problems in Leucogranite. His research integrates issues of Halite, Inclusion, Zircon and Analytical chemistry in his study of Fluid inclusions.
In his research on the topic of Quartz, Galena is strongly related with Pyrite. His work on Illite and Sphalerite as part of general Mineralogy study is frequently linked to Uranium ore and Seawater, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Metamorphic rock research integrates issues from Geothermal gradient, Shear zone and Crust.
Marie-Christine Boiron spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Fluid inclusions, Hydrothermal circulation, Massif and Quartz. His research ties Ophiolite and Geochemistry together. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sedimentary rock, Evaporite, Metasomatism, Mantle and Monazite.
His work deals with themes such as Inductively coupled plasma and Lithophile, which intersect with Hydrothermal circulation. The various areas that Marie-Christine Boiron examines in his Massif study include SLATES, Magmatism and Mafic. His Quartz research incorporates elements of Melt inclusions, Mineralogy, Jeremejevite and Ore genesis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Fluid inclusions, Analytical chemistry, Massif and Pyrite. Marie-Christine Boiron combines subjects such as Limonite, Hematite and Hydrothermal circulation with his study of Geochemistry. His Fluid inclusions research includes elements of Sedimentary rock, Metamorphism, Metasomatism, Mantle and Monazite.
His Mantle research includes themes of Metamorphic rock, Passive margin, Shear zone, Evaporite and Halite. His work carried out in the field of Monazite brings together such families of science as Quartz and Mineralogy. His Pyrite study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Arsenopyrite, Iron sulfide, Electron microprobe, High energy resolution and Inductively coupled plasma.
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LA-ICP-MS analyses of minor and trace elements and bulk Ge isotopes in zoned Ge-rich sphalerites from the Noailhac - Saint-Salvy deposit (France): Insights into incorporation mechanisms and ore deposition processes
Rémi Belissont;Marie-Christine Boiron;Béatrice Luais;Michel Cathelineau.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2014)
Origin of uranium deposits revealed by their rare earth element signature
Julien Mercadier;Michel Cuney;Philippe Lach;Marie-Christine Boiron.
Terra Nova (2011)
Fluid flows and metal deposition near basement /cover unconformity: lessons and analogies from Pb–Zn–F–Ba systems for the understanding of Proterozoic U deposits
M.-C. Boiron;M. Cathelineau;Antonin Richard.
Identification of fluid inclusions in relation to their host microstructural domains in quartz by cathodoluminescence
M.C. Boiron;S. Essarraj;E. Sellier;M. Cathelineau.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1992)
Giant uranium deposits formed from exceptionally uranium-rich acidic brines
Antonin Richard;Christophe Rozsypal;Julien Mercadier;Julien Mercadier;David A. Banks.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Mixing of metamorphic and surficial fluids during the uplift of the Hercynian upper crust: consequences for gold deposition
Marie-Christine Boiron;Michel Cathelineau;David A Banks;Serge Fourcade.
Chemical Geology (2003)
Determination of chlorinity in aqueous fluids using Raman spectroscopy of the stretching band of water at room temperature: Application to fluid inclusions
Jean Dubessy;Thérèse Lhomme;Marie-Christine Boiron;Fernando Rull.
Applied Spectroscopy (2002)
An evaporated seawater origin for the ore-forming brines in unconformity-related uranium deposits (Athabasca Basin, Canada): Cl/Br and δ37Cl analysis of fluid inclusions
Antonin Richard;David A. Banks;Julien Mercadier;Marie-Christine Boiron.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2011)
Brine–rock interaction in the Athabasca basement (McArthur River U deposit, Canada): consequences for fluid chemistry and uranium uptake
Antonin Richard;Thomas Pettke;Michel Cathelineau;Marie-Christine Boiron.
Terra Nova (2010)
Sulfur radical species form gold deposits on Earth
Gleb S. Pokrovski;Maria A. Kokh;Damien Guillaume;Anastassia Y. Borisova.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
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