The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Groundwater, Mineralization, Atacamite and Sediment. His study in Geochemistry focuses on Basalt in particular. His Groundwater research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mineralogy and Surface water.
His Mineralization study which covers Soil water that intersects with Unconformity, Geomorphology and Mineral exploration. The various areas that he examines in his Atacamite study include Supergene and Porphyry copper deposit. Matthew I. Leybourne has included themes like Environmental chemistry and Lithology in his Sediment study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Groundwater, Mineralogy, Hydrothermal circulation and Basalt. His Geochemistry research incorporates themes from Mineralization, Porphyry copper deposit and Atacamite. In his work, Lithology is strongly intertwined with Surface water, which is a subfield of Groundwater.
His Mineralogy research includes elements of Environmental chemistry, Gossan and Sediment. His work deals with themes such as Volcano, Caldera, Aeolian processes, Geomorphology and Submarine, which intersect with Hydrothermal circulation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit, Mantle wedge, Mantle and Oceanic crust.
Geochemistry, Metallogeny, Sediment, Mineralization and Mineral exploration are his primary areas of study. He has researched Geochemistry in several fields, including Heavy mineral, Fracture and Structural basin. His Heavy mineral research focuses on Galena and how it relates to Axinite and Sulfide minerals.
Matthew I. Leybourne interconnects Magmatic underplating and Continental crust, Crust in the investigation of issues within Metallogeny. His Sediment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Glacial period and Magmatism. In general Mineralization, his work in Porphyry copper deposit and Gossan is often linked to Rare-earth element linking many areas of study.
Matthew I. Leybourne mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Galena, Heavy mineral, Mantle and Basalt. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Geochemistry, Mantle plume is strongly linked to Subduction. His Galena research integrates issues from Arsenopyrite, Molybdenite and Pyrite.
His studies deal with areas such as Mineralization, Automated mineralogy, Axinite, Sulfide minerals and Mineral exploration as well as Heavy mineral. His Mantle research incorporates elements of Mantle wedge and Metallogeny. His studies in Basalt integrate themes in fields like Magmatic underplating, Crust, Metasomatism, Large igneous province and Phenocryst.
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Finding deeply buried deposits using geochemistry
Eion M. Cameron;Stewart M. Hamilton;Matthew I. Leybourne;Gwendy E.M. Hall.
Geochemistry-exploration Environment Analysis (2004)
Rare earth elements (REE) and yttrium in stream waters, stream sediments, and Fe–Mn oxyhydroxides: Fractionation, speciation, and controls over REE + Y patterns in the surface environment
Matthew I. Leybourne;Karen H. Johannesson.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2008)
Rapid development of negative Ce anomalies in surface waters and contrasting REE patterns in groundwaters associated with Zn–Pb massive sulphide deposits
Matthew I Leybourne;Matthew I Leybourne;Wayne D Goodfellow;Wayne D Goodfellow;Dan R Boyle;Gwendy M Hall.
Applied Geochemistry (2000)
Subduction factory processes beneath the Guguan cross-chain, Mariana Arc: no role for sediments, are serpentinites important?
Robert J. Stern;Ed Kohut;Ed Kohut;Sherman H. Bloomer;Matthew Leybourne.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (2006)
Geochemistry, petrogenesis, and tectonic setting of lower Paleozoic alkalic and potassic volcanic rocks, Northern Canadian Cordilleran Miogeocline
Wayne D. Goodfellow;Mike P. Cecile;Matthew I. Leybourne.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1995)
Source, transport, and fate of rhenium, selenium, molybdenum, arsenic, and copper in groundwater associated with porphyry–Cu deposits, Atacama Desert, Chile
Matthew I. Leybourne;Eion M. Cameron.
Chemical Geology (2008)
Exploring for deeply covered mineral deposits: Formation of geochemical anomalies in northern Chile by earthquake-induced surface flooding of mineralized groundwaters
Eion M. Cameron;Matthew I. Leybourne;David L. Kelley.
Supergene enrichment of copper deposits since the onset of modern hyperaridity in the Atacama Desert, Chile
Martin Reich;Carlos Palacios;Gabriel Vargas;Shangde Luo.
Mineralium Deposita (2009)
Atacamite in the oxide zone of copper deposits in northern Chile: involvement of deep formation waters?
Eion M. Cameron;Matthew I. Leybourne;Carlos Palacios.
Mineralium Deposita (2007)
Kimberlites and the start of plate tectonics
R.J. Stern;M.I. Leybourne;Tatsuki Tsujimori.
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