Michael M. Raith mostly deals with Geochemistry, Granulite, Metamorphism, Archean and Khondalite. His Granulite investigation overlaps with Sillimanite and Metamorphic rock. His Metamorphic rock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spinel, Quartz, Mineralogy and Analytical chemistry.
His Metamorphism study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Gneiss, Mafic and Dharwar Craton. His research in Gneiss intersects with topics in Felsic and Protolith, Zircon. His Archean research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Plutonism and Monazite.
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Granulite, Metamorphism, Petrology and Metamorphic rock. His study in the field of Gneiss, Zircon and Igneous rock is also linked to topics like Charnockite. When carried out as part of a general Granulite research project, his work on Sapphirine is frequently linked to work in Sillimanite, Anatexis, Crust and Shear zone, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
As part of the same scientific family, Michael M. Raith usually focuses on Metamorphism, concentrating on Mafic and intersecting with Ultramafic rock. His research integrates issues of Precambrian, Nepheline syenite and Hornblende in his study of Petrology. His research in Metamorphic rock focuses on subjects like Mineralogy, which are connected to Quartz, Plagioclase, Chlorite, Alkali feldspar and Feldspar.
Michael M. Raith mainly investigates Geochemistry, Granulite, Metamorphism, Zircon and Petrology. His work carried out in the field of Geochemistry brings together such families of science as Recrystallization and Anorthosite. His work on Sapphirine as part of general Granulite research is frequently linked to Sillimanite, Anatexis, Gneiss and Shear zone, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Gneiss, Protolith are connected with Spinel and Phlogopite and other disciplines. He has included themes like Metamorphic rock and Monazite in his Metamorphism study. His study on Provenance is often connected to Charnockite as part of broader study in Petrology.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Metamorphism, Granulite, Zircon and Petrology. His studies in Geochemistry integrate themes in fields like Plutonism and Dharwar Craton. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crust, Felsic and Igneous differentiation, Mantle.
The various areas that he examines in his Zircon study include Trace element, Rodinia and Anorthosite. His Petrology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fractional crystallization and Igneous rock. His Metamorphic rock research incorporates themes from Metamictization and Sillimanite.
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Non-ideal mixing in the phlogopite-annite binary: constraints from experimental data on Mg−Fe partitioning and a reformulation of the biotite-garnet geothermometer
A. Bhattacharya;L. Mohanty;A. Maji;S. K. Sen.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1992)
Crustal architecture and evolution of the Eastern Ghats Belt and adjacent regions of India
Christoph J. Dobmeier;Michael M. Raith.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (2003)
Evolution of the Continental Crust in the Proterozoic Eastern Ghats Belt, India and new constraints for Rodinia reconstruction: implications from Sm–Nd, Rb–Sr and Pb–Pb isotopes ☆
Karen Rickers;Karen Rickers;Klaus Mezger;Michael M Raith.
Precambrian Research (2001)
Ultra‐high‐temperature metamorphism and multistage decompressional evolution of sapphirine granulites from the Palni Hill Ranges, southern India
M. Raith;S. Karmakar;M. Brown.
Journal of Metamorphic Geology (1997)
An Improved Set of a—X Parameters for Fe—Mg—Ca Garnets and Refinements of the Orthopyroxene–Garnet Thermometer and the Orthopyroxene—Garnet—Plagioclase—Quartz Barometer
A. Bhattacharya;K. R. Krishnakumar;M. Raith;S. K. Sen.
Journal of Petrology (1991)
U–Th–Pb monazite geochronometry of the Eastern Ghats Belt, India: Timing and spatial disposition of poly-metamorphism
Ralf Simmat;Michael M. Raith.
Precambrian Research (2008)
Element Mobility During Incipient Granulite Formation at Kabbaldurga, Southern India
H.J. Stähle;M. Raith;S. Hoernes;A. Delfs.
Journal of Petrology (1987)
Reaction Textures in a Suite of Spinel Granulites from the Eastern Ghats Belt, India: Evidence for Polymetamorphism, a Partial Petrogenetic Grid in the System KFMASH and the Roles of ZnO and Fe2O3
Somanath Dasgupta;Pulak Sengupta;Juergen Ehl;M. Raith.
Journal of Petrology (1995)
The Nilgiri enderbites, South India: nature and age constraints on protolith formation, high-grade metamorphism and cooling history
Michael M. Raith;C. Srikantappa;Dieter Buhl;Hermann Koehler.
Precambrian Research (1999)
Progressive Metamorphism of Mafic Rocks from Greenschist to Granulite Facies in the Dharwar Craton of South India
P. Raase;M. Raith;D. Ackermand;R. K. Lal.
The Journal of Geology (1986)
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