2008 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Geochronology, Paleontology and Sedimentary rock. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary depositional environment and Craton in his study of Geochemistry. His Mineralogy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Seawater, Rhenium, Isotope dilution and Analytical chemistry.
His studies in Geochronology integrate themes in fields like Mineralization, Molybdenite, Sulfide minerals, Magmatism and Precambrian. His research in Molybdenite intersects with topics in Mineral and Zircon. His Sedimentary rock study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic matter and Total organic carbon.
His main research concerns Geochemistry, Geochronology, Zircon, Molybdenite and Mineralogy. His Geochemistry study incorporates themes from Mineralization and Craton. His Geochronology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sedimentary rock, Magmatism and Monazite.
His Molybdenite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biotite and Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits. His Mineralogy research includes elements of Rhenium and Radiogenic nuclide. Robert A. Creaser focuses mostly in the field of Felsic, narrowing it down to topics relating to Volcanic rock and, in certain cases, Igneous rock and Basalt.
Geochemistry, Mineralization, Geochronology, Molybdenite and Craton are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on Geochemistry, Robert A. Creaser frequently links adjacent subjects like Metallogeny. The study incorporates disciplines such as Peninsula and Panama in addition to Mineralization.
His Geochronology research incorporates elements of Metamorphism, Authigenic, Orogeny and Pyrite. Robert A. Creaser has researched Molybdenite in several fields, including Mineral resource classification, Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits, Epidote, Massif and Meteoric water. In his research on the topic of Craton, Pyroclastic rock, Xenolith, Olivine and Diamond is strongly related with Kimberlite.
Robert A. Creaser mainly investigates Geochemistry, Molybdenite, Geochronology, Mineralization and Genetic model. His work deals with themes such as Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits and Stockwork, which intersect with Geochemistry. The Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits study which covers Volcanic rock that intersects with Metasomatism.
Many of his studies on Geochronology apply to Rodinia as well. Robert A. Creaser has researched Mineralization in several fields, including Orogeny and Mineral resource classification. His Archean research incorporates themes from Seawater, Earth science and Oceanic crust.
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A Whiff of Oxygen Before the Great Oxidation Event
Ariel D. Anbar;Yun Duan;Timothy W. Lyons;Gail L. Arnold.
A-type granites revisited: Assessment of a residual-source model
Robert A. Creaser;Richard C. Price;Richard J. Wormald.
Negative thermal ion mass spectrometry of osmium, rhenium, and iridium
R. A. Creaser;D. A. Papanastassiou;G. J. Wasserburg.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1991)
Cretaceous oceanic anoxic event 2 triggered by a massive magmatic episode
Steven C. Turgeon;Robert A. Creaser.
Macroscale NTIMS and microscale LA-MC-ICP-MS Re-Os isotopic analysis of molybdenite: Testing spatial restrictions for reliable Re-Os age determinations, and implications for the decoupling of Re and Os within molybdenite
David Selby;Robert A. Creaser.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2004)
Re-Os Geochronology and Systematics in Molybdenite from the Endako Porphyry Molybdenum Deposit, British Columbia, Canada
David Selby;Robert A. Creaser.
Economic Geology (2001)
Isotopic evidence for geochemical decoupling between ancient epeiric seas and bordering oceans: Implications for secular curves
C. Holmden;R. A. Creaser;K. Muehlenbachs;S. A. Leslie.
Osmium Recycling in Subduction Zones
Alan D. Brandon;Robert A. Creaser;Steven B. Shirey;Richard W. Carlson.
Re-Os geochronology of postglacial black shales in Australia: Constraints on the timing of “Sturtian” glaciation
Brian Kendall;Robert A. Creaser;David Selby.
The temporal evolution of North American kimberlites
Larry M. Heaman;Bruce A. Kjarsgaard;Robert A. Creaser.
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