Philip R. Kyle mainly focuses on Volcano, Erebus, Geochemistry, Lava and Magma. His work carried out in the field of Volcano brings together such families of science as Oceanography, Plume and Petrology. His Erebus study improves the overall literature in Seismology.
His Strombolian eruption, Phonolite and Stratovolcano study, which is part of a larger body of work in Lava, is frequently linked to Gas slug, bridging the gap between disciplines. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Anorthoclase and Earth science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phenocryst and Volcanic rock in addition to Magma.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Volcano, Erebus, Geochemistry, Lava and Magma. His work in Volcano covers topics such as Mineralogy which are related to areas like Phenocryst and Atmosphere. His work in Erebus addresses issues such as Phonolite, which are connected to fields such as Petrology.
His work in Geochemistry tackles topics such as Geomorphology which are related to areas like Trachyte. His Lava research integrates issues from Anorthoclase and Igneous differentiation. His work on Magma chamber as part of his general Magma study is frequently connected to Flux, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His primary scientific interests are in Volcano, Erebus, Geochemistry, Lava and Magma. He has researched Volcano in several fields, including Oceanography, Mantle, Earth science and Geomorphology. His Erebus research incorporates themes from Strombolian eruption, Plume, Petrology and Geophysics.
His research integrates issues of Fractional crystallization and Phonolite in his study of Petrology. His work focuses on many connections between Geochemistry and other disciplines, such as Subduction, that overlap with his field of interest in Lithosphere, Metasomatism and Continental margin. The Basanite research Philip R. Kyle does as part of his general Lava study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Overpressure, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
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Obliquity-paced Pliocene West Antarctic ice sheet oscillations
T. Naish;T. Naish;R. Powell;R. Levy;R. Levy;G. Wilson.
A. McMurdo Volcanic Group Western Ross Embayment
Ukinrek Maars, Alaska, I. April 1977 eruption sequence, petrology and tectonic setting
Juergen Kienle;Philip R. Kyle;Stephen Self;Roman J. Motyka.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1980)
Petrologic Evolution of Anorthoclase Phonolite Lavas at Mount Erebus, Ross Island, Antarctica
P. R. Kyle;J. A. Moore;M. F. Thirlwall.
Journal of Petrology (1992)
Excessive sulfur dioxide emissions from Chilean volcanoes
R. J. Andres;William I. Rose;P. R. Kyle;S. DeSilva.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (1991)
Long-distance transport of magmas in the Jurassic Ferrar Large Igneous Province, Antarctica
David H. Elliot;Thomas H. Fleming;Philip R. Kyle;Kenneth A. Foland.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1999)
An active mantle mechanism for Gondwana breakup
B. C. Storey;P. R. Kyle.
South African Journal of Geology (1997)
The Origin of HIMU in the SW Pacific: Evidence from Intraplate Volcanism in Southern New Zealand and Subantarctic Islands
K. S. Panter;J. Blusztajn;S. R. Hart;P. R. Kyle.
Journal of Petrology (2006)
Monitoring rapid temporal change in a volcano with coda wave interferometry
Alexander Grêt;Roel Snieder;Richard C. Aster;Philip R. Kyle.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Volcanic eruptions observed with infrasound
Jeffrey B. Johnson;Richard C. Aster;Philip R. Kyle.
Geophysical Research Letters (2004)
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