His primary scientific interests are in Mantle, Geochemistry, Peridotite, Mineralogy and Grain boundary. His study in Mantle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seismology, Mylonite, Petrology and Creep. His research integrates issues of Ophiolite, Spinel and Lithosphere in his study of Geochemistry.
Martyn R. Drury has included themes like Recrystallization, Grain size and Dislocation creep in his Mineralogy study. His studies in Dislocation creep integrate themes in fields like Electron backscatter diffraction and Grain Boundary Sliding. To a larger extent, Martyn R. Drury studies Microstructure with the aim of understanding Grain boundary.
Mineralogy, Mantle, Petrology, Geochemistry and Electron backscatter diffraction are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Deformation mechanism, Microstructure, Grain boundary, Quartz and Grain size as well as Mineralogy. He interconnects Shear zone, Lithosphere, Basalt and Crust in the investigation of issues within Mantle.
His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ophiolite and Subduction. In his study, Optics is inextricably linked to Misorientation, which falls within the broad field of Electron backscatter diffraction. The concepts of his Peridotite study are interwoven with issues in Pyroxene, Olivine and Spinel.
Martyn R. Drury mostly deals with Petrology, Deformation mechanism, Mineralogy, Mantle and Composite material. Martyn R. Drury focuses mostly in the field of Petrology, narrowing it down to matters related to Carbonate and, in some cases, Crystal, Fault and Seismic slip. The Deformation mechanism study which covers Interglacial that intersects with Ice sheet and Deformation.
Martyn R. Drury integrates Mineralogy with Ice core in his research. His work carried out in the field of Mantle brings together such families of science as Seismology, Shear zone and Peninsula. As a part of the same scientific study, Martyn R. Drury usually deals with the Grain size, concentrating on Dislocation creep and frequently concerns with Grain Boundary Sliding.
His main research concerns Mineralogy, Electron backscatter diffraction, Composite material, Greenland ice sheet and Deformation mechanism. Martyn R. Drury performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Mineralogy and Dilatometer via his papers. His Electron backscatter diffraction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Residual stress, Cathodoluminescence, Rutile, Mantle and Coesite.
His Composite material study frequently links to other fields, such as Effective stress. Martyn R. Drury usually deals with Greenland ice sheet and limits it to topics linked to Grain size and Dislocation creep. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Creep and Grain boundary, Grain Boundary Sliding.
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Deformation-related recrystallization processes
Martyn R. Drury;Janos L. Urai.
Relationships between dynamically recrystallized grain size and deformation conditions in experimentally deformed olivine rocks
Dirk Van der Wal;Prame Chopra;Martyn Drury;John Fitz Gerald.
Geophysical Research Letters (1993)
Morphology-dependent zeolite intergrowth structures leading to distinct internal and outer-surface molecular diffusion barriers.
Lukasz Karwacki;Marianne H. F. Kox;D. A. Matthijs de Winter;Martyn R. Drury.
Nature Materials (2009)
The development of microstructure in Al-5% Mg during high temperature deformation
M.R. Drury;F.J. Humphreys.
Acta Metallurgica (1986)
Microdiamonds in a megacrystic garnet websterite pod from Bardane on the island of Fjørtoft, western Norway: Evidence for diamond formation in mantle rocks during deep continental subduction
Herman L.M. van Roermund;D. Anthony Carswell;Martyn R. Drury;Tjerk C. Heijboer.
Diffuse porous melt flow and melt‐rock reaction in the mantle lithosphere at a slow‐spreading ridge: A structural petrology and LA‐ICP‐MS study of the Othris Peridotite Massif (Greece)
Arjan H. Dijkstra;Matthias G. Barth;Martyn R. Drury;Paul R. D. Mason.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2003)
Tomography of insulating biological and geological materials using focused ion beam (FIB) sectioning and low-kV BSE imaging.
D.A. Matthijs De Winter;C.T.W.M. Schneijdenberg;M.N. Lebbink;B. Lich.
Journal of Microscopy (2009)
Deep origin and hot melting of an Archaean orogenic peridotite massif in Norway
Dirk Spengler;Herman L. M. van Roermund;Martyn R. Drury;Luisa Ottolini.
Evidence for dominant grain-boundary sliding deformation in greenschist- and amphibolite-grade polymineralic ultramylonites from the Redbank Deformed Zone, Central Australia
Timon F. Fliervoet;Stanley H. White;Martyn R. Drury.
Journal of Structural Geology (1997)
Subsolidus Emplacement of Mantle Peridotites during Incipient Oceanic Rifting and Opening of the Mesozoic Tethys (Voltri Massif, NW Italy)
E. H. Hoogerduijn Strating;E. Rampone;G. B. Piccardo;M. R. Drury.
Journal of Petrology (1993)
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