His primary areas of investigation include Mantle, Geochemistry, Basalt, Mid-ocean ridge and Oceanic crust. His work on Subduction expands to the thematically related Mantle. His is involved in several facets of Geochemistry study, as is seen by his studies on Magma chamber and Partial melting.
In his research on the topic of Basalt, Mineralogy and Incompatible element is strongly related with Trace element. His Mid-ocean ridge research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Volcano, Volcanic rock and Igneous rock. His work deals with themes such as Fractional crystallization and Petrology, which intersect with Igneous rock.
Peter J. Michael mostly deals with Geochemistry, Mantle, Basalt, Petrology and Mid-ocean ridge. His study focuses on the intersection of Geochemistry and fields such as Lau Basin with connections in the field of Volcanic arc. His work carried out in the field of Mantle brings together such families of science as Subduction and Oceanic crust.
His Basalt study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magma chamber, Trace element and Mineralogy. His Petrology study combines topics in areas such as Lava and Magma. His research integrates issues of Seafloor spreading, The arctic, Igneous rock and Crust in his study of Mid-ocean ridge.
Peter J. Michael spends much of his time researching Mantle, Geochemistry, Mid-ocean ridge, Basalt and Paleontology. His work on Partial melting as part of general Mantle study is frequently linked to Population, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies in Partial melting integrate themes in fields like Transform fault, Tectonics and Peridotite.
He studies Trace element, a branch of Geochemistry. His Basalt research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Volcano, Ridge and Petrology. His work in Subduction addresses subjects such as Seafloor spreading, which are connected to disciplines such as Crust.
Peter J. Michael spends much of his time researching Mantle, Basalt, Geochemistry, Trace element and Paleontology. The Mantle study combines topics in areas such as Oceanography, Ridge and Volcanism. His research on Ridge frequently links to adjacent areas such as Volcano.
His Volcanism study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mantle flow, Gondwana and Upwelling. His Mid-ocean ridge research includes themes of Peridotite, Petrology and Partial melting, Incompatible element. His Melt inclusions study incorporates themes from Primitive mantle, Mantle plume and Large igneous province.
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Magmatic and amagmatic seafloor generation at the ultraslow-spreading Gakkel ridge, Arctic Ocean
P. J. Michael;C. H. Langmuir;H. J. B. Dick;J. E. Snow.
Regionally distinctive sources of depleted MORB: Evidence from trace elements and H2O
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1995)
Mantle peridotites from continental rifts to ocean basins to subduction zones
Enrico Bonatti;Peter J. Michael.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1989)
Influence of spreading rate and magma supply on crystallization and assimilation beneath mid‐ocean ridges: Evidence from chlorine and major element chemistry of mid‐ocean ridge basalts
Peter J. Michael;Winton C. Cornell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
The concentration, behavior and storage of H2O in the suboceanic upper mantle: Implications for mantle metasomatism
Peter J Michael.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1988)
Peridotite composition from the North Atlantic: regional and tectonic variations and implications for partial melting
Peter J. Michael;Enrico Bonatti.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1985)
Chlorine in mid-ocean ridge magmas: Evidence for assimilation of seawater-influenced components
Peter J Michael;Jean-Guy Schilling.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1989)
Discovery of abundant hydrothermal venting on the ultraslow-spreading Gakkel ridge in the Arctic Ocean
H. N. Edmonds;P. J. Michael;E. T. Baker;D. P. Connelly.
Chemical and isotopic constraints on the generation and transport of magma beneath the East Pacific Rise
K.W.W Sims;K.W.W Sims;S.J Goldstein;J Blichert-toft;M.R Perfit.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2002)
Chemical differentiation of the Bishop Tuff and other high-silica magmas through crystallization processes
Peter J. Michael.
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