Geochemistry, Archean, Lode, Fluid inclusions and Yilgarn Craton are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Iron ore and Hydrothermal circulation in addition to Geochemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Mineral resource classification, Petrology and Felsic as well as Archean.
His research integrates issues of Petrography and Breccia in his study of Fluid inclusions. As a part of the same scientific study, Steffen Hagemann usually deals with the Yilgarn Craton, concentrating on Stockwork and frequently concerns with Geochronology and Wall rock. His Vein research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sedimentary rock, Orogeny, Continental margin and Volcanic rock.
Steffen Hagemann spends much of his time researching Geochemistry, Archean, Yilgarn Craton, Iron ore and Hydrothermal circulation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mineralization, Hypogene and Fluid inclusions. Steffen Hagemann has included themes like Siderite, Vein and Petrography in his Fluid inclusions study.
His studies in Archean integrate themes in fields like Mineral resource classification, Lode, Petrology, Greenschist and Terrane. His Yilgarn Craton study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dike, Basalt, Breccia and Stockwork. Steffen Hagemann has researched Iron ore in several fields, including Supergene, Mineral, Magnetite and Hematite, Mineralogy.
Steffen Hagemann mainly focuses on Geochemistry, Yilgarn Craton, Archean, Mineralization and Greenstone belt. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Iron ore and Magmatism. He interconnects Metamorphism, Hypogene and Volcanic rock in the investigation of issues within Yilgarn Craton.
His Archean research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sulfide, Pilbara Craton, Quartz and Shear zone. His Gold deposit study in the realm of Mineralization interacts with subjects such as Sulfidation, Mile and Deformation. His work in Banded iron formation tackles topics such as Metamorphic rock which are related to areas like Vein and Biotite.
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Mineralization, Pyrite, Yilgarn Craton and Greenstone belt. Steffen Hagemann combines subjects such as Magnetite and Terrane with his study of Geochemistry. His Mineralization research integrates issues from Sphalerite, Chalcopyrite and Paragenesis.
His research in Pyrite intersects with topics in Arsenopyrite and δ34S. His Yilgarn Craton study incorporates themes from Strike-slip tectonics and Metamorphism. His work carried out in the field of Greenstone belt brings together such families of science as Mafic, Gold deposit and Hypogene.
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Orogenic gold deposits : A proposed classification in the context of their crustal distribution and relationship to other gold deposit types
David Groves;R.J. Goldfarb;M. Gebre-Mariam;Steffen Hagemann.
Ore Geology Reviews (1998)
MacFlinCor and its application to fluids in Archean lode-gold deposits
Philip E. Brown;Steffen G. Hagemann.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1995)
Archean orogenic lode gold deposits
Steffen G. Hagemann;Kevin F. Cassidy.
P-T-X conditions of hydrothermal fluids and precipitation mechanism of stibnite-gold mineralization at the Wiluna lode-gold deposits, Western Australia: conventional and infrared microthermometric constraints
Steffen Gerd Hagemann;Volker Lüders.
Mineralium Deposita (2003)
Hydrothermal origin for the 2 billion year old Mount Tom Price giant iron ore deposit, Hamersley Province, Western Australia
M. E. Barley;A. L. Pickard;S. G. Hagemann;S. L. Folkert.
Mineralium Deposita (1999)
Influence of structural setting on sulphur isotopes in Archean orogenic gold deposits, Eastern Goldfields Province, Yilgarn, Western Australia
Paul Hodkiewicz;David Ian Groves;Garry J Davidson;Roberto Ferrez Weinberg.
Mineralium Deposita (2009)
Gold mineralisation throughout about 45 Ma of Archaean orogenesis: protracted flux of gold in the Golden Mile, Yilgarn craton, Western Australia
Roger Bateman;Steffen Hagemann.
Mineralium Deposita (2004)
Oxidized and reduced mineral assemblages in greenstone belt rocks of the St. Ives gold camp, Western Australia: vectors to high-grade ore bodies in Archaean gold deposits?
Peter Neumayr;John Walshe;Steffen Hagemann;Klaus Petersen.
Mineralium Deposita (2008)
A classification scheme for epigenetic Archaean lode-gold deposits
M. Gebre-Mariam;S. G. Hagemann;D. I. Groves.
Mineralium Deposita (1995)
The Bronzewing lode-gold deposit, Western Australia: P–T–X evidence for fluid immiscibility caused by cyclic decompression in gold-bearing quartz-veins
A.L. Dugdale;Steffen Hagemann.
Chemical Geology (2001)
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