Marjorie Wilson mainly investigates Geochemistry, Mantle plume, Mantle, Magmatism and Lithosphere. Her Geochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Earth science and Mantle wedge. Her research investigates the connection between Mantle plume and topics such as Hotspot that intersect with issues in Volcano, Massif, Oceanic crust and Plate tectonics.
Her work in Magmatism addresses subjects such as Quaternary, which are connected to disciplines such as Continental crust. Her Lithosphere research includes elements of Rift and Partial melting. Her Igneous rock research integrates issues from Crustal recycling, Mantle convection and Transition zone.
Her primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Paleontology, Mantle, Magmatism and Igneous rock. Marjorie Wilson works mostly in the field of Geochemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Subduction and, occasionally, Crust. Her Mantle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Earth science and Mantle plume, Lithosphere, Mantle wedge.
In her work, Lava is strongly intertwined with Volcanism, which is a subfield of Earth science. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Plate tectonics and Hotspot. Marjorie Wilson combines subjects such as Fractional crystallization and Magma chamber with her study of Igneous rock.
Marjorie Wilson focuses on Geochemistry, Subduction, Lithosphere, Mantle and Flood basalt. Her research on Geochemistry often connects related areas such as Collision zone. A large part of her Mantle studies is devoted to Metasomatism.
Her Flood basalt study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Lava, Volcano, Earth science and Deccan Traps. Her biological study deals with issues like Magmatism, which deal with fields such as Petrogenesis and Cenozoic. Her research integrates issues of Trace element and Crust in her study of Igneous rock.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Igneous rock, Mafic, Mantle and Lithosphere. Her study in Igneous rock is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Trace element and Crust. Her Trace element study incorporates themes from Passive margin and Partial melting.
Marjorie Wilson interconnects Adakite, Flat slab subduction, Mantle wedge, Rift and Magmatism in the investigation of issues within Mafic. Marjorie Wilson regularly links together related areas like Oceanic crust in her Mantle studies. Her studies examine the connections between Lithosphere and genetics, as well as such issues in Sequence, with regards to Earth science.
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Igneous Petrogenesis a Global Tectonic Approach
Marjorie Wilson;B. M. Wilson.
Tertiary—Quaternary Extension-Related Alkaline Magmatism in Western and Central Europe
Marjorie Wilson;Hilary Downes.
Journal of Petrology (1991)
The circum-Mediterranean anorogenic Cenozoic igneous province
Michele Lustrino;Marjorie Wilson.
Earth-Science Reviews (2007)
Imaging a mantle plume beneath the French Massif Central
Michel Granet;Marjorie Wilson;Ulrich Achauer.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1995)
Post-collisional adakites in south Tibet: Products of partial melting of subduction-modified lower crust
Zhengfu Guo;Zhengfu Guo;Marjorie Wilson;Jiaqi Liu.
Post-collisional, Potassic and Ultrapotassic Magmatism of the Northern Tibetan Plateau: Constraints on Characteristics of the Mantle Source, Geodynamic Setting and Uplift Mechanisms
Zhengfu Guo;Marjorie Wilson;Jiaqi Liu;Qian Mao.
Journal of Petrology (2006)
Reconstitution after transplantation with T-lymphocyte-depleted HLA haplotype-mismatched bone marrow for severe combined immunodeficiency.
Ellis L. Reinherz;Raif Geha;Joel M. Rappeport;Marjorie Wilson.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1982)
Magmatism and rifting in Western and Central Africa, from Late Jurassic to Recent times
Marjorie Wilson;Rene Guiraud.
Bacteria in supragingival plaque samples can be killed by low-power laser light in the presence of a photosensitizer.
M. Wilson;T. Burns;J. Pratten;G.J. Pearson.
Journal of Applied Microbiology (1995)
The Himalayan leucogranites: Constraints on the nature of their crustal source region and geodynamic setting
Zhengfu Guo;Marjorie Wilson.
Gondwana Research (2012)
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