His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Earth science, Mantle, Basalt and Igneous rock. The various areas that Robert E. Zartman examines in his Geochemistry study include Mineralization and Petrology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Lead and Geomorphology.
His Mantle study combines topics in areas such as Tectonics and Lithosphere. Robert E. Zartman works mostly in the field of Basalt, limiting it down to concerns involving Subduction and, occasionally, Quaternary and Trace element. He has included themes like Rhyolite, Radiometric dating, Petrography and Pegmatite in his Igneous rock study.
Robert E. Zartman mostly deals with Geochemistry, Zircon, Igneous rock, Paleontology and Metamorphism. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Petrology and Proterozoic. His research in Zircon intersects with topics in Mineralization, Dacite, Volcanic rock, Plutonism and Precambrian.
His Volcanic rock research focuses on subjects like Basalt, which are linked to Subduction, Alkali basalt, Olivine and Tectonics. His Igneous rock study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adakite, Mantle wedge and Partial melting. His Metamorphism study combines topics in areas such as Metamorphic rock, Radiometric dating and Geochronology.
Robert E. Zartman spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Subduction, Adakite, Oceanic crust and Igneous rock. His work carried out in the field of Geochemistry brings together such families of science as Mineralization and Earth science. His study focuses on the intersection of Earth science and fields such as Isotopes of uranium with connections in the field of Radiogenic nuclide.
His Subduction research incorporates themes from Basalt and Mantle. His Adakite study incorporates themes from Mid-ocean ridge, Partial melting and Petrogenesis. His studies examine the connections between Oceanic crust and genetics, as well as such issues in Plate tectonics, with regards to Sedimentary exhalative deposits and Early Earth.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Mineralization, Porphyry copper deposit, Adakite and Sulfate. His research on Geochemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Earth science. Robert E. Zartman has researched Adakite in several fields, including Mantle wedge, Igneous rock, Slab window and Basalt, Mid-ocean ridge.
His Sulfate research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Mineral redox buffer, Fluid inclusions, Magnetite, Sulfide and Incompatible element. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Syenogranite, Suture, Continental collision, Craton and Continental crust. Partial melting is closely attributed to Subduction in his work.
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The plumbotectonic model for Pb isotopic systematics among major terrestrial reservoirs - A case for bi-directional transport
Robert E Zartman;Sara M Haines.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1988)
CRETACEOUS RIDGE SUBDUCTION ALONG THE LOWER YANGTZE RIVER BELT, EASTERN CHINA
Ming-Xing Ling;Fang-Yue Wang;Xing Ding;Yan-Hua Hu.
Economic Geology (2009)
Porphyry deposits and oxidized magmas
Weidong Sun;Rui-fang Huang;He Li;Yong-bin Hu.
Ore Geology Reviews (2015)
U-Pb ages of metarhyolites of the Catoctin and Mount Rogers formations, central and southern Appalachians: evidence for two pulses of Iapetan rifting
John N. Aleinikoff;Robert E. Zartman;Marianne Walter;Douglas W. Rankin.
American Journal of Science (1995)
Trace-element and Sr, Nd, Pb, and O isotopic composition of Pliocene and Quaternary alkali basalts of the Patagonian Plateau lavas of southernmost South America
Charles R. Stern;Fred A. Frey;Kiyoto Futa;Robert E. Zartman.
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1990)
Lead Isotopic provinces in the Cordillera of the Western United States and their Geologic Significance
Robert E. Zartman.
Economic Geology (1974)
Pb-, Sr- and Nd-isotopic systematics and chemical characteristics of Cenozoic basalts, eastern China
Z.C Peng;R.E Zartman;K Futa;D.G Chen.
Chemical Geology: Isotope Geoscience Section (1986)
PORPHYRY COPPER-GOLD MINERALIZATION AT YULONG, CHINA, PROMOTED BY DECREASING REDOX POTENTIAL DURING MAGNETITE ALTERATION
Hua-Ying Liang;Weidong Sun;Wen-Chao Su;Robert E. Zartman.
Economic Geology (2009)
Lead Isotope Systematics and Uranium Depletion in the Granite Mountains, Wyoming
J. N. Rosholt;R. E. Zartman;I. T. Nkomo.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (1973)
Geochronology and temperature history of the Nanga Parbat–Haramosh Massif, Pakistan
Peter K. Zeitler;John F. Sutter;Ian S. Williams;Robert Zartman.
Geological Society of America Special Papers (1989)
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