Her primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Subduction, Forearc, Back-arc basin and Mud volcano. Her Geochemistry study focuses on Basalt in particular. Her Subduction research incorporates elements of Earth science, Igneous rock, Volcanism, Mantle and Ophiolite.
Her Forearc study incorporates themes from Metamorphism, Diapir and Seamount. Her Back-arc basin research includes themes of Trough and Island arc. Her Island arc research includes elements of Seafloor spreading, Volcanic arc and Mid-ocean ridge.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Seamount, Forearc, Subduction and Seismology. Patricia Fryer brings together Geochemistry and Mariana Trench to produce work in her papers. Her studies in Forearc integrate themes in fields like Geomorphology, Metamorphism, Island arc and Mud volcano.
The Subduction study which covers Volcanism that intersects with Earth science. Her Seismology study which covers Seafloor spreading that intersects with Trough. Her Basalt research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Trace element and Mantle.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Seamount, Forearc, Subduction and Petrology. Patricia Fryer undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Geochemistry and Mariana Trench in her work. Seamount is a subfield of Paleontology that Patricia Fryer investigates.
Her Forearc research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Igneous rock and Mud volcano. Patricia Fryer has researched Subduction in several fields, including Earth science, Volcanism, Tectonophysics, Mantle and Ophiolite. Massif, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Dome, Geomorphology and Mid-ocean ridge is closely connected to Seafloor spreading in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Petrology.
Her primary areas of study are Forearc, Geochemistry, Petrology, Subduction and Oceanography. Patricia Fryer combines subjects such as Seamount and Mud volcano with her study of Forearc. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Seamount, Mantle and Seafloor spreading is strongly linked to Volcanism.
The Geochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Ophiolite and Mid-Atlantic Ridge. In the field of Petrology, her study on Metamorphism overlaps with subjects such as Blueschist. Her Subduction course of study focuses on Earth science and Basement, Oceanic crust, Troodos Ophiolite and Terrane.
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Fore-arc basalts and subduction initiation in the Izu-Bonin-Mariana system
Mark K. Reagan;Osamu Ishizuka;Robert J. Stern;Katherine A. Kelley.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2010)
Early Arc Volcanism and the Ophiolite Problem: A Perspective from Drilling in the Western Pacific
Sherman H. Bloomer;Brian Taylor;Christopher J. Macleod;Robert J. Stern.
Seamounts, Islands, and Atolls
Barbara H. Keating;Patricia Fryer;Rodey Batiza;George W. Boehlert.
Washington DC American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph Series (1987)
Origin and emplacement of Mariana forearc seamounts
P. Fryer;E. L. Ambos;D. M. Hussong.
Enriched back-arc basin basalts from the northern Mariana Trough: implications for the magmatic evolution of back-arc basins
Robert J. Stern;Ping Nan Lin;Julie D. Morris;Michael C. Jackson.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1990)
Mariana blueschist mud volcanism: Implications for conditions within the subduction zone
P. Fryer;C. G. Wheat;M. J. Mottl.
Evolution of the Mariana Convergent Plate Margin System
Reviews of Geophysics (1996)
Blueschist metamorphism in an active subduction zone
Hliokazu Maekawa;Masaya Shozul;Masaya Shozul;Teruaki. Ishll;Patricia B. Fryer.
Mariana Trough lavas from 18°N: Implications for the origin of back arc basin basalts
John M. Sinton;Patricia Fryer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1987)
Petrology and geochemistry of lavas from the Sumisu and Torishima backarc rifts
Patricia Fryer;Brian Taylor;Charles H. Langmuir;Alfred G. Hochstaedter.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1990)
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