2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Canada Leader Award
Roger H. Mitchell spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Kimberlite, Mineralogy, Mantle and Carbonatite. Roger H. Mitchell has researched Geochemistry in several fields, including Petrology and Silicate. His Kimberlite study combines topics in areas such as Peridotite, Ilmenite, Magmatism and Olivine.
His work on Apatite as part of general Mineralogy research is frequently linked to Fractionation, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Mantle research incorporates themes from Lithosphere and Craton. His Carbonatite research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pyrochlore, Zirconolite, Nyerereite and Humanities.
His primary scientific interests are in Geochemistry, Kimberlite, Mineralogy, Crystallography and Carbonatite. As part of his studies on Geochemistry, he often connects relevant areas like Petrology. His Kimberlite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Xenolith, Lithosphere, Magmatism and Olivine.
Roger H. Mitchell studied Mineralogy and Analytical chemistry that intersect with Liquidus and Crystallization. His research in Carbonatite intersects with topics in Pyrochlore, Melt inclusions, Igneous differentiation and Petrogenesis. His Mantle research includes themes of Trace element and Craton.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Carbonatite, Mineralogy, Kimberlite and Phlogopite. The various areas that Roger H. Mitchell examines in his Carbonatite study include Fractional crystallization, Pyrochlore, Magmatism, Silicate and Magma. He combines subjects such as Aegirine, Eudialyte and Mineral with his study of Mineralogy.
His studies in Kimberlite integrate themes in fields like Pyrope and Olivine. The Olivine study combines topics in areas such as Petrology and Diatreme. His research integrates issues of Baryte and Titanite in his study of Phlogopite.
Geochemistry, Kimberlite, Carbonatite, Olivine and Mantle are his primary areas of study. His study connects Mantle plume and Geochemistry. He interconnects Silicate and Titanite in the investigation of issues within Carbonatite.
The Olivine study which covers Phlogopite that intersects with Spinel, Pyrope, Ilmenite, Diatreme and Baryte. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Mantle, Trace element and Laurentia is strongly linked to Craton. His Mineralogy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Perovskite, Nyerereite and Fluid inclusions.
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Kimberlites: Mineralogy, Geochemistry, and Petrology
Roger H Mitchell.
Perovskites: Modern and Ancient
Roger H. Mitchell.
Kimberlites, orangeites, and related rocks
Roger Howard Mitchell.
Petrology of lamproites
Roger H Mitchell;Steven C. Bergman.
Sr, Nd and Pb isotope and minor element geochemistry of lamproites and kimberlites
K.J. Fraser;C.J. Hawkesworth;A.J. Erlank;R.H. Mitchell.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1985)
Abundance and distribution of gold, palladium and iridium in some spinel and garnet lherzolites: implications for the nature and origin of precious metal-rich intergranular components in the upper mantle
Roger H. Mitchell;Reid R. Keays.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1981)
CARBONATITES AND CARBONATITES AND CARBONATITES
Roger H. Mitchell.
Canadian Mineralogist (2005)
Classification of lamprophyres, lamproites, kimberlites, and the kalsilitic, melilitic, and leucitic rocks
Alan R. Woolley;Steven C. Bergman;Alan D. Edgar;Michael J. Le Bas.
Canadian Mineralogist (1996)
Petrology of hypabyssal kimberlites: Relevance to primary magma compositions
Roger H. Mitchell.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2008)
A structural study of ternary lanthanide orthoscandate perovskites
Ruslan P. Liferovich;Roger H. Mitchell.
Journal of Solid State Chemistry (2004)
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