Geochemistry, Zircon, Terrane, Magmatism and Continental crust are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Reimar Seltmann examines in his Geochemistry study include Tin and Quartz, Fluid inclusions. Reimar Seltmann combines subjects such as Precambrian, Passive margin, Shear zone and Subduction with his study of Zircon.
His Terrane research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Earth science and Island arc. He has researched Magmatism in several fields, including Mineralization and Gold deposit. Reimar Seltmann usually deals with Continental crust and limits it to topics linked to Craton and Basement, Archean, Continental margin, Phanerozoic and Volcanism.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Zircon, Terrane, Paleozoic and Magmatism. Reimar Seltmann specializes in Geochemistry, namely Trace element. His Zircon study also includes fields such as
His work carried out in the field of Terrane brings together such families of science as Skarn, Earth science, Continental crust and Metallogeny. His Paleozoic course of study focuses on Carboniferous and Devonian and Subduction. His research in Quartz intersects with topics in Mineralogy, Pegmatite and Melt inclusions.
Reimar Seltmann mostly deals with Geochemistry, Zircon, Terrane, Skarn and Mineralization. His Geochemistry study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Magmatism. His Zircon research integrates issues from Precambrian, Provenance and Mineralogy.
His Precambrian study incorporates themes from Subduction, Metamorphism, Craton and Continental crust. His Skarn research includes elements of Metallurgy and Tin. His work on Galena, Metallogeny and Hessite as part of his general Mineralization study is frequently connected to Kuru, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Reimar Seltmann spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Zircon, Terrane, Magmatism and Precambrian. His Geochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Skarn and Mineralization. His Diorite study in the realm of Zircon connects with subjects such as Rare-earth element.
His research integrates issues of Isochron and Geochronology in his study of Terrane. Reimar Seltmann has included themes like Subduction, Molybdenite and Continental crust in his Magmatism study. His studies in Precambrian integrate themes in fields like Metamorphism and Craton.
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Reassessment of continental growth during the accretionary history of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt
A. Kröner;V. Kovach;E. Belousova;E. Hegner.
Gondwana Research (2014)
Paleozoic Tian-Shan as a transitional region between the Rheic and Urals-Turkestan oceans
Yu.S. Biske;R. Seltmann.
Gondwana Research (2010)
Hercynian post-collisional A-type granites of the Kokshaal Range, Southern Tien Shan, Kyrgyzstan
Dmitry Konopelko;Georgy Biske;Reimar Seltmann;Olav Eklund.
Hercynian post-collisional magmatism in the context of Paleozoic magmatic evolution of the Tien Shan orogenic belt
Reimar Seltmann;Dmitry Konopelko;Georgy Biske;Farid Divaev.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2011)
Melt inclusions in quartz from an evolved peraluminous pegmatite: Geochemical evidence for strong tin enrichment in fluorine-rich and phosphorus-rich residual liquids
James D. Webster;Rainer Thomas;Dieter Rhede;Hans-Jürgen Förster.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1997)
A review of mineral systems and associated tectonic settings of northern Xinjiang, NW China
Franco Pirajno;Franco Pirajno;Reimar Seltmann;Yongqiang Yang.
Geoscience frontiers (2011)
Geodynamics and metallogeny of the central Eurasian porphyry and related epithermal mineral systems: A review
Reimar Seltmann;T. Mike Porter;Franco Pirajno;Franco Pirajno.
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (2014)
A New Concept of Continental Construction in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt
Inna Safonova;Reimar Seltmann;Alfred Kroner;Dmitry Gladkochub.
Mesoproterozoic (Grenville-age) terranes in the Kyrgyz North Tianshan: Zircon ages and Nd–Hf isotopic constraints on the origin and evolution of basement blocks in the southern Central Asian Orogen
A. Kröner;D.V. Alexeiev;Y. Rojas-Agramonte;E. Hegner.
Gondwana Research (2013)
Geochemical evolution of halogen-enriched granite magmas and mineralizing fluids of the Zinnwald tin-tungsten mining district, Erzgebirge, Germany
Jim Webster;Rainer Thomas;Hans-Jürgen Förster;Reimar Seltmann.
Mineralium Deposita (2004)
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