His primary areas of study are Mantle, Geochemistry, Diamond, Kimberlite and Mineralogy. Pierre Cartigny has included themes like Isotopes of nitrogen, Nitrogen, Basalt and Eclogite in his Mantle study. Pierre Cartigny has researched Nitrogen in several fields, including Paragenesis and Crust.
His work carried out in the field of Eclogite brings together such families of science as Volcanic rock and Ultramafic rock. He studies Geochemistry, focusing on Metamorphic rock in particular. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sulfur cycle, Sulfur, Mantle convection and Sulfide.
His main research concerns Geochemistry, Mantle, Mineralogy, Diamond and Sulfur. His Geochemistry study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Isotopes of nitrogen. Pierre Cartigny studies Mantle, namely Kimberlite.
Fluid inclusions is closely connected to Carbonate in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Mineralogy. His Sulfur research includes themes of Volcano, δ34S, Sulfide, Mass-independent fractionation and Sulfate. His Metamorphism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mafic and Ultramafic rock.
Pierre Cartigny focuses on Geochemistry, Sulfur, Isotopes of oxygen, Crust and δ34S. His Geochemistry study incorporates themes from Geothermal gradient, Sulfur cycle and Isotopes of carbon. Pierre Cartigny studied Geothermal gradient and Volcanic arc that intersect with Mantle.
His work deals with themes such as Environmental chemistry, Sulfide and Sulfate, which intersect with Sulfur. His research in δ34S tackles topics such as δ18O which are related to areas like Carbonate. His Diamond research incorporates themes from Isotope fractionation and Nitrogen.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mantle, δ34S, Sulfur, Inorganic chemistry and Geochemistry. His study of Kimberlite is a part of Mantle. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry, δ18O and Mass spectrometry.
Pierre Cartigny has researched Sulfur in several fields, including Fractionation, Sulfide, Mass-independent fractionation and Pyrite. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Oxide, Partial melting, Ferrous, Solar System and Achondrite. Pierre Cartigny combines subjects such as Diamond, Nitrogen, Isotopes of carbon, δ13C and Geothermal gradient with his study of Geochemistry.
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Diamonds and the Geology of Mantle Carbon
Steven B. Shirey;Pierre Cartigny;Daniel J. Frost;Shantanu Keshav.
Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2013)
Stable Isotopes and the Origin of Diamond
Mass-Independent Sulfur of Inclusions in Diamond and Sulfur Recycling on Early Earth
J. Farquhar;B. A. Wing;K. D. McKeegan;J. W. Harris.
Diamond genesis, mantle fractionations and mantle nitrogen content: a study of δ13C–N concentrations in diamonds
Pierre Cartigny;Jeff W Harris;Marc Javoy.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2001)
Eclogitic Diamond Formation at Jwaneng: No Room for a Recycled Component
Pierre Cartigny;Jeffrey W. Harris;Jeffrey W. Harris;Marc Javoy;Marc Javoy.
Towards a consistent mantle carbon flux estimate: Insights from volatile systematics (H2O/Ce, δD, CO2/Nb) in the North Atlantic mantle (14° N and 34° N)
Pierre Cartigny;Françoise Pineau;Cyril Aubaud;Marc Javoy.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Diamond Genesis, Seismic Structure, and Evolution of the Kaapvaal-Zimbabwe Craton
Steven B. Shirey;Jeffrey W. Harris;Stephen H. Richardson;Matthew J. Fouch.
Non-chondritic sulphur isotope composition of the terrestrial mantle.
J. Labidi;P. Cartigny;M. Moreira.
Volatile (C, N, Ar) variability in MORB and the respective roles of mantle source heterogeneity and degassing: the case of the Southwest Indian Ridge
P. Cartigny;N. Jendrzejewski;F. Pineau;E. Petit.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2001)
Massive recycling of nitrogen and other fluid-mobile elements (K, Rb, Cs, H) in a cold slab environment: evidence from HP to UHP oceanic metasediments of the Schistes Lustrés nappe (western Alps, Europe)
Vincent Busigny;Vincent Busigny;Pierre Cartigny;Pascal Philippot;Magali Ader.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
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